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Veterans Advantage Resources

Veterans Resources

Through the Veterans Advantage member newsletter and website, we also raise awareness of public and private sector programs supporting those who serve, veterans, and their families, such as The Coming Home Project and The National Resource Directory. Our work in the Veterans community also helps our corporate and charitable partners achieve their goals through outreach initiatives that are made possible thanks to the support from those enrolling in Veterans Advantage.

Veterans Employment and Careers

Awareness and Outreach Programs
Through our member newsletter and website, we also raise awareness of public and private sector program supporting those who serve, veterans, and their families, such as The National Resource Directory.

Have you ever served?Managed and designed by the American Academy of Nursing, the "Have You Ever Served in the Military?" campaign is a new awareness effort to improve the health of veterans. "Have You Ever Served in the Military?" encourages healthcare providers to ask about their patients’ military background. Learn more about what you should know for better health at HaveYOUEverServed.com.

Vets should also be informed about exposure-related health issues. Learn more about the Vietnam Veterans of America's Self-Help Guide to Service-Connected Disability Compensation for Exposure to Agent Orange (PDF download), which lists the diseases that are currently considered service-connected, presumptive for veterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam during the period January 9, 1962, to May 7, 1975.

Read and learn about our other veterans resources from the links on the upper left.

 
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Founder's Blog: Scott Higgins

 
HeroVet: Justin Constantine, Looking Out For His Fellow Veterans
 

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you may have heard the name Justin Constantine for the first time. In an exclusive interview with Veterans Advantage, the Marine Corps Colonel shares his inspirational story of service before self. He is our newest HeroVet, having overcome injuries sustained in Iraq, and distinguishing himself by his continued contributions to society, guided by the experiences and skills gained from military service. Read more...