Looking to make a little extra money for the holiday shopping season? Amazon is hiring seasonal customer service associates to help answer customers’ questions and problem-solve any issues. Continue reading
Freedom Alliance is a military support charitable organization that I recommend. Continue reading
Veterans, family members of veterans and friends of veterans who may have PTS issues or may need to find out if they do, the list below is a few of the resources available to you. Do not think you do not need assistance if you have served and experience the complications associated with PTS. I have lived with PTS for nearly fifty years and you cannot be cured, but treatment can help. If you have had anger management problems, heightened awareness, substance abuse problems, domestic issues, depression, nightmares, sleep disorders, survivor’s guilt and so many other issues associated with PTS, ask for help.
If you have thoughts of hurting yourself or others, call 911 or go to an emergency room immediately.
Contact the Veteran’s Crisis Line: 24/7: 1-800-273-8255, press 1 (or text 838255) to talk to someone NOW http://www.veteranscrisisline.net
Call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7:1-800-273-8255
All VA Medical Centers and many local VA clinics provide PTS care: Find locations at http://1.usa.gov/1WcXm92
Some VA’s have programs specializing in PTS treatment. Use the VA PTS Program Locator at http://www.va.gov/directory/guide/ptsd_flsh.asp
Find a Vet Center at http://www.vetcenter.va.gov/ to help you with your transition from military to civilian life.
Talk to another combat veteran. Call 1-877-WARVETS (927-8387)
DoD’s Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) 24/7 Outreach Center for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury provides information and helps locate local resources for veterans. Call 1-866-966-1020 or email email@example.com.
Call Military OneSource 24/7 for counseling and resources at 1-800-342-9647
20% of the soldiers who have been deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq and those deployed in the last six years face PTS issues. 30% of Vietnam veterans experience PTS every day. 2 out of 3 veterans that suffer from PTS go untreated. We must and will change that. If you are a veteran having transition problems or PTS issues, seek help. If you are a family member or a true friend of a veteran having issues encourage them to seek help. You may save a life.
Go to www.TADPGS.com, click on the “Looking for People” tab, then view “Veterans Solutions” to see more for information on our Veterans Solutions for Employers. Please join our LinkedIn group, Veterans Hiring Solutions for Veterans at http://linkd.in/Sg346w. If you have specific questions about hiring veterans or the incentives for doing so, contact me at Ben.Marich@Adeccona.com.
TAD PGS Inc., and Memorial University collaborated to make these programs available to veterans and assure that they were covered by the G.I. Bill These programs are fully approved to be covered by the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill benefits. Continue reading
Argosy University proudly offers educational opportunities for military members and veterans who have honorably served and their families. As a military-friendly school, we are committed to providing support for your education and career goals, whether during your military service or in civilian life. Our degree programs are designed to prepare you for a variety of fields.
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Military Advanced Education and Victory Media have selected Argosy University schools for best practices in military and veteran education. Argosy University schools were designated as a 2015 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, publishers of G.I. Jobs®, Military Spouse, and Vetrepreneur® media channels, as being among the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools doing the most to embrace America’s service members and veterans as students. The list was compiled through comprehensive research conducted with more than 10,000 schools nationwide via a data driven survey. The survey weighting, methodology, and resulting schools list is independently certified by the accounting firm Ernst & Young LLP.
Criteria for the 2015 Military Friendly® School designation include efforts to recruit and retain military and veteran students, results in recruiting military and veteran students and academic accreditations. Schools on the list also offer additional benefits to student veterans. They appear on the 2015 list of Military Friendly Schools for the publication: http://www.militaryfriendly.com/.
Argosy University Sarasota Florida: https://www.argosy.edu/locations/sarasota
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When separating from the military or having transitioned already, you have three choices regarding what to do next. Employment, education or franchising. Most people will search for a new career in the standard way by looking for the right position with a company that needs the job skills you have acquired in the military. Continue reading
The National Veterans Transition Services, Inc. (NVTSI) and our sponsors invites you to attend a special [free] all-women’s military & veterans REBOOT [transition] Workshop scheduled for March 14 through 01 April, 2016 at Argosy University in Arlington, VA. Continue reading
The New Year always brings uncertainty to military families as they do not know if they will be changing duty stations let alone their concern over sequestration that might lead to early retirement. Kristi Muse of The Military Wallet has some suggestions that may be well worth considering in the New Year. Continue reading
One of the little known benefits of being in the military is access to free tax filing and preparation services. There are several options for military personnel to file their taxes for free, including free tax preparation assistance on base, and free tax prep software you can use online to file your taxes. Ryan Guina of the Military Wallet has some suggestions. Continue reading
Are you a Veteran with a severe service-connected disability that affects your mobility? Do you know someone who is? If you answered “Yes” to either question, then you or someone you know may be eligible for the Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant program that is administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The SAH program helps certain severely-disabled Veterans and Service members purchase or construct an adapted home, or modify an existing home, to create a barrier-free-living environment. VA offers two grant programs: the Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant and the Special Housing Adaptation (SHA) grant. Continue reading