My Caring Plan Links

Website Links below. https://www.mycaringplan.com/blog/senior-veterans-benefits https://www.mycaringplan.com/blog/a-guide-to-veteran-benefits-for-senior-living https://www.mycaringplan.com/blog/financial-assistance-programs-for-seniors https://www.mycaringplan.com/blog/caregiver-burnout https://www.mycaringplan.com/blog/50-ways-to-take-a-break https://www.mycaringplan.com/blog/stress-relief-products-for-caregivers

Cyber Analyst Role at TSA

Job Announcement Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is now accepting applications for the Cyber Risk Analyst role. Within the Department of Homeland Security, this federal cybersecurity specialist will work to identify and deter security risks to prevent attacks against U.S. transportation systems and ensure safe travels domestically and abroad. Learn more about the Cyber Risk Analyst […]

Financial Literacy for Veterans

https://www.naavets.org/financial-literacy-for-veterans/ Financial literacy is an important tool designed to help military members prepare for the day they reintegrate into society. With so many financial problems that plagued military personnel over the years, the programs provided by the government through laws like 10 U.S.C. 992 have given relief to veterans. Learning how to manage your debt, […]

Memory Care Resources for Senior Veterans

Here is the link to our free guide: https://www.memorycare.com/veterans/ A study conducted by NIH (National Institute of Health) found that veterans are twice as likely to develop dementia. Aside from the normal aging process, traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder makes veterans more vulnerable to dementia than the general population. To help veterans and […]

Support for Veterans – A New Resource

Hi there, My name is Luke Daniels. I came across the helpful resources you shared for veterans at www.naavets.org/washington-dc-metropolitan-area-mental-health-resources/ [1], and was wondering if you were open to adding a new resource to that page. I work for an advocacy center called Veterans Guide. Our mission is to assist veterans with the array of issues […]

Caregiver Resources and Referrals

  Caregiver Support www.caregiver.va.gov Phone: 877-222-VETS (877) 222-8387 National Caregiver Support Line: Toll Free 1-855-260-3274; Open M-F, 8 am to 11 pm EST Saturday, 10:30 am to 6:00 pm EST www.caregiver.org www.caregiving.org www.networkofcare.org www.va.gov/healthBenefits/resources/eligibility_check.asp   Financial Needs Aid and Attendance Program www.veteranaidorg/index.php Provides free assistance to qualified Veterans and surviving spouses in applying for Aid […]

Community Services for Homeless Veterans in the DC Metro Area, 2022-2023

  This list of Community Services for Homeless veterans and civilians residing in the District of Columbia metro area was produced by the Street Sense Media located at 1317 G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005, (202) 347-2006, email: info@streetsensemedia.org. The list below covers housing/shelter, case management, education, food, health care, employment assistance, clothing, transportation, legal […]

Solara Mental Health

One of the most well-documented effects of skillful meditation practice is stress relief. According to NIH, studies have shown that mindfulness-based therapies are safe and beneficial for veterans. Therefore, the Veterans Association’s VHA Whole Health System now includes therapies related to mindfulness. The Solara Mental Health is dedicated to raising awareness of mental health and […]

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