United States of America
WARRIOR TRANSITION LEADERSHIP program flagship program Return to Honor
Combat Transition Trainings Designed by Vets for Vets, No Rank, No Uniform, Free Meals & Lodging, please visit our website for details of the next programme dates.
Freedom and Honor programs are dedicated to the lives of those who serve our nation, their families and the military organizations that support them. Our focus is providing transition (Yellow Ribbon) support, leadership and education to facilitate healthy and productive lives, whether active duty or civilian.
Freedom and Honor is a part of the Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service & Education Center 501c3 pvmsec.org. We value leadership and understand the courage of returning veterans in transition. We offer safe, confidential peer-to-peer, hands-on approach through a variety of workshops and trainings. THESE ARE NOT MENTAL HEALTH programs but facilitated leadership trainings.
c/o Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service & Education Center
213-217 N. 4th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Martin Richardson (610-717-7797) firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy McGrory (610-952-2595) email@example.com
Veterans Wives and Families
This is a website that is dedicated to the men and women who served past, present and future.
It is an American based website which encompasses all branches of the Armed Forces and has lots of great information and superb links to other agency’s, websites and support services which are there to help anyone who needs a helping hand.
Please go to her site by clicking the following link:
Mesothelioma & Veterans
Those who served in the United States military from the 1930s until the late 1970s were more than familiar with asbestos, but may not have known about the health risks surrounding the toxic mineral.
Welcome to the Pleural Mesothelioma Center
Part of our mission at PleuralMesothelioma.com is to provide current, reliable data on all topics relating to pleural mesothelioma cancer. We are dedicated to compiling the latest and most up-to-date information on pleural mesothelioma and offer a number of resources to those coping with the pulmonary cancer. From treatment options to top doctors and the best cancer centers in the United States, PleuralMesothelioma.com is a one-stop resource for pleural mesothelioma patients and their families.
To speak with someone in our Veterans Assistance Department please call 1-800-615-2270
This was a web site set up by a wonderful lady called Betty Davies. She offered on-line help and support for American servicemen & women.
Unfortunately this website is not longer in operation but I would like to thank Betty for all the help she provided me (in the UK) and the many thousands of other servicemen & Women from America and around the world.
Little Mouse On The Prairie
This was a web site also for mainly American servicemen & women, but also had an international chat room where a kind independent person can talk you through your problems.
Unfortunately this website is not longer in operation but I would like to thank Marci for all the help she provided me (in the UK) and the many thousands of other servicemen & Women from Veterans Around the World.
Women Veterans’ Health
Located at Suite101.com dealt with health issues for ex-servicewomen in the United States of America but also the United Kingdom and Canada, with other countries to be added.
The site offered a new feature health article weekly, health news stories and announcements, discussions and links to other web sites.
There was information on breast cancer, fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Agent Orange, Gulf War Syndrome, PTSD, sexual trauma and abuse, spiritual health, disabilities, legal aid and appeals, health financial aid, government agencies and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered disabled veterans.
The editor, a disabled woman veteran herself, was working to give the page an international flavour and to make it more helpful to women veterans everywhere.
“Unfortunately Sandy died November 10th 2001 so this website is no longer in operation”
I have created a permanent tribute in Sandy’s memory (please click here or on the left).
Sandy, you were a wonderful lady who touched many hearts and helped thousands of people.
You will be truly missed