Find Veteran Organizations in your area by searching through the resources below.

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Nationwide
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Blue Star Families
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Statewide
Domestic Violence Hotline
Their mission to transport America’s veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated to honor their service and sacrifices.
KAMO Adventures
KAMO Adventures is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit that is completely volunteer-run with all funds collected going directly to the veterans. They offer hunting and fishing experiences in a safe and supportive environment where veterans can assist each other in the healing process, both mentally and physically. Each experience is unique and they encourage the Veterans to focus on their abilities, regardless of their current physical or emotional limitations. They provide education opportunities for Veterans and their families through a scholarship fund established at the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. They assist Veterans transition into the civilian workforce through networking and employment opportunities.
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MAVO
The purpose of the Missouri Association of Veterans Organizations (MAVO) is for its members to assemble and exchange ideas for the collective welfare of all Missouri Veterans. For more information, contact Tom Goodin at (573) 619-4400.
Peterson Outdoor Ministries
Peterson Outdoors Ministries' (POM) mission is to provide faith based outdoor recreational therapy for injured and recovering Veterans, and their families, as well as youth and adults with disabilities or terminal illness.
The Fallen Outdoors
Statewide
The Fallen Outdoors mission is to organize outdoor adventures for veterans past and present, from every generation, and from all branches of the military. Their aim is to connect Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors, and Marines with like-minded individuals along with teaching them a skill and passion they can continue for a lifetime. Team Missouri has trips ranging from bow fishing, snagging spoonbill, fishing, waterfowl, upland birds, dove, deer, turkey, kayaking, camping, and many other get-togethers. Last year they conducted 88 trips as a team and got 612 veterans out on trips. They also do volunteer river cleanups on the Pomme de Terre river and help local landowners out along that area. They have one track chair available for trips. Veterans can become members of The Fallen Outdoors free of charge and then they are eligible to register for events. Participants are chosen typically by a lottery drawing among those who register for the event.
Team RWB
Every year, more than 250,000 active duty service members transition out of the military, joining the 3.5 million post-9/11 veterans already living in communities nationwide. They face many challenges including isolation, weight gain, lack of purpose, and other health issues. Team RWB (Red, White & Blue) assists with the isolation and health challenges they face. For more information, contact Paul Wade at p.wade@teamrwb.org.
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Learn about programs, events and how to get involved.
Warriors2Us
This program provides a recreational working camp for those who need occasional camaraderie which helps to minimize stress and environmental conflict issues. Warriors2US is a place to find either an adrenaline rush and/or a place of peace in a non-clinical therapeutic environment at no initial cost to Veterans. For more information, CALL: (321) 750-3662.
Wounded Warrior Project
The focus and mission of this excellent organization is to serve Veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001. For more information, contact 877-TEAM-WWP.