The Veterans Center of North Texas offers a wide range of services to help Veterans and their families. Counseling services include marriage, family, child and spiritual counseling. Food pantries provide food to Veterans and their families; integrate into the North Texas community, whether they are recently separated from the military and returning home or moving to North Texas to take advantage of our rapidly expanding economy. Veterans face many challenges when moving to a new community. The Veterans Center of North Texas can connect Veterans to many different types of support and mentoring groups to include peer-to-peer support, business, student, female Veterans, and Veterans organizations. The Veterans Center of North Texas also conducts an annual golf outing that provides the opportunity for Veterans to develop relationships and network with local community and business leaders in a relaxed environment. This event, which is free to eligible Veterans, promotes understanding between the civilian community and Veterans.
"The Veterans Center of North Texas referred me to a peer group where I can talk with other veterans about my experiences in Iraq. It's great to share with guys who have similar experiences and know where I'm coming from." - Joe G.
"We just moved to North Texas from South Carolina. My husband was looking for a job and we were low on money. The Veterans Center of North Texas introduced us to local WIC office who provided diapers for the boys and referred us to a food pantry for emergency food." - Patricia S.