I received a request to post a link on this page for SeniorHomes.com.
My skepticism directs my investigation of resources available for veterans and seniors but I must admit that the information contained on the site does appear to be a good resource to use when seeking a home for a veteran, disabled loved one or a senior. I should also admit that a 55+ community is not too many years away from me and I believe it can be a great option for people that are wanting to live independently without the hassle of being a home owner.
SeniorHomes.com is a directory of Senior Living Communities across the United States. It also provides information about the different types of home care available. From my personal experience, I would have greatly appreciate having the free Getting Started information that is provided.
TRICARE Benefits This link is hosted through Military.com and is specific to Tricare benefits. Other benefit links are shown on a black navigation bar on this linked page.
FOCUS Project addresses concerns related to parental combat operational stress injuries and combat related physical injuries by providing tools to build family resiliency.
FOCUS World resources are available on the site for those that are remotely located and cannot visit a facility.
The website, afterdeployment.org, is the DoD response to the 2006/2007 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) requiring an Internet-based platform focused on psychological health issues often experienced following a deployment.
United States Navy Chaplain Corps
The Chaplain Corps also has a 24/7 CHAT option available. When I visited the site I was required to enter and email address before I was connected with the chat. I was told that they only ask for an email in order to assign a case number to each contact. Google's gmail has free email service.
MarineForLife.org has multiple assistance resources available for all military branches and their families.