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Supportive Services


The leaders of AMVETS, The American Legion and the VFW stand together in the fight against opioid addiction.


Veterans Who Care
Furniture bank for veterans

The Veterans Who Care organization was founded in 2008 by three local Veterans to provide assistance to our local Veterans and our community.  Since then we have grown into an army of volunteers that are dedicated to our cause.   We feel that anyone who has served our country for our freedoms deserves the right to live and be an important part of our society.


Valor Home
Supportive services for veterans

Valor Home supports veterans and their dependents in their efforts to where to trade binary options achieve lasting self-sufficiency. Critical to this mission is the ability for individual veterans to find and retain permanent housing. To meet that need, Valor Home support is provided through intensive case management and access to community resources, and reflects the individual needs of those served.


Red Cross Military/Veterans Services
Supportive services for veterans

The Red Cross helps members of the military, veterans and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to, the challenges of military service.


VA Contingency management program

Free to veterans who struggle with addiction at the VA. The program works better than standard addiction treatment.



The Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative (RALI) of Ohio is an alliance of leading organizations focused on effective programs to help address substance misuse.


SAM Center

(Serving Area Military Veterans, and Widows)

The SAM Center was founded in March 2015 to assist local heroes and their families in Northeast Ohio. We are a community of veterans and military supporters helping each other. We formed out of the belief that we can make the lives of service members, veterans and their widows better. The SAM Center collaborates with other community agencies to ensure programs are not being duplicated, while the gap in assistance is being filled.


LendEDU Guide to Recovering Financially from Addiction

(LendEDU offers financial advice for complex situations)

Financial hardship is common among those recovering from addiction, but there are resources that provide financial aid for drug rehab. Individuals in recovery have access to grants, non-profit and private programs, personal funding, and insurance to manage the expense of rehab. LendEDU/Recovery.


Novoresume guide to finding a job
(Advice and job search assistance for veterans)

Transitioning out of the military? Has your career been impacted by COVID-19?  Here is a guide to finding employment:

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Silent Watch 
(PTSD Treatment

By bringing about public awareness of Veteran Suicides, Silent Watch aims to give veterans help and assistance needed to lower the rate of those taking their lives. Silent Watch also helps those Veterans, and First Responders who suffer from PTSD with a procedure called SGB, or Stellate Ganglion Block. This simple procedure helps reduce the levels of anxiety, depression and other symptoms of PTSD. 

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