Organizations

For more general information about SERVE, please email us at info@setexasheroes.com. 

For information about one of our specific groups, please click their logo to access their website or use the contact information included with each group.

The mission of Associated Credit Union of Texas is to offer progressive, quality financial services responsive to the member/owners. The Credit Union is dedicated to providing these services in a caring, professional manner while maintaining a strong financial base.

Resources Provided:

Hero Rewards Checking, auto loan discounts, VA mortgage loans, and financial counseling.

For more information please email jcoppock@acutx.org or call 409-942-1566

At Be Blessed Home care we pride ourselves with assisting any individual /veteran with 1-on-1 personal care in the place they call home.  We utilize VetAssist program to quickly begin home care services for war veterans and/or their spouses.  Our personal care provides a caring & safe environment, assistance with activities of daily living and transportation.  Our caregivers are responsible, dependable, compassionate individuals whose backgrounds are screened.  Entrusting your loved one is never easy Be Blessed Home Care you can trust you are receiving the utmost care.

 

Who We Are:

Camp Shield is a division of After Military Service (AMS).  AMS is a 501(c)3 organization that was founded in July of 2017.  The mission of AMS is to support the personal and professional success of veterans and their families, after military service.   Camp Shield provides programs to grow and strengthen female veterans.

Camp Shield’s Mission:

Collaborating to nurture the female veteran – emotionally, socially and physically, to ensure SHE thrives After Military Service.

Our Vision:

Our Vision is to reduce the risk of women veteran homelessness and suicide by providing a secure and comfortable environment for the veteran and their children to heal and grow.  A transitional housing program will be available at a future date.

Our Programs:

Camp Shield offers in-person and virtual SHE THRIVES Workshops and Peer Support Groups that are centered around our three pillars:  Emotional Strength, Social Unity and Physical Perseverance.  We also offer retreats for female veterans and their families. 

We are working to purchase the land and build a transitional housing program for our female veterans ad their children to heal and grow, after their military service. 

 

 

Guided by God’s love, Catholic Charities helps people in southeast Texas by providing caring, compassionate services and advocating for social justice in collaboration with parishes and communities.

Resources Provided:

Resources for rental and mortgage assistance, career counseling, housing counseling, utility assistance, basic needs assistance, food, furniture, clothing and transportation, child care assistance, family resources and camaraderie.

For more information please call 713-351-6915

The Changing Hearts And Minds Program or C.H.A.M.P. started in order to help veterans and their families suffering from PTSD and other mental health challenges obtain tools and support needed to live full and productive lives.  CHAMP empowers veterans and their families to use community resources to combat suicide, homelessness, and substance abuse.   CHAMP not only works with returning combat veterans and their families, but any veteran needing invaluable life skills

Resources Provided:

Wellness Recovery Action Plans, Veteran Socials, Wellness Sails for Veteran Families, Community Support Events

For more information please email info@champ.net or call 832-228-3451

The mission of the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes is to help severely-wounded veterans and families of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation New Dawn recover from their injuries and illnesses, and to inspire other organizations and the general public to participate in this effort.

Resources Provided:

Emergency Financial Aid (prevents foreclosures, repossessions, emergency home maintenance, food and transportation), Heroes Thanking Heroes Program (work from home for veteran or spouse/caregiver), Road to Recovery Conference (3-4 day conference to prepare resumes, interviewing and job fair skills)

For more information please email ddaughenbaugh@saluteheroes.org or call 515-868-4470

You served your country. Now, we’re ready to serve you!

If you have been active military, the skills you earned serving your country may apply toward a college degree.

The College Credit for Heroes program is a partnership between the Texas Workforce Commission and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to ensure our active duty, former and retired military personnel receive the credit they earned for their service to our country.

The Veteran’s Center at College of the Mainland stands ready to evaluate your skills—and direct you to the academic and workforce training you may need to complete an associate degree or certificate.

Veteran Center Front Desk 409-933-8455

Easter Seals is the leading non-profit provider of services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, other special needs, and disabled veterans. For about 70 years, Easter Seals Greater Houston has been offering help, hope and answers to people of all ages with disabilities and their families. Through therapy, training, education and support services, Easter Seals creates life-changing solutions so that people with disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our community.

Family Houston’s mission is to create a stronger community for tomorrow by helping individuals and families meet the challenges they face today. Through our many programs and services, we strive to be Houston’s premier resource that uses a holistic approach to help people empower themselves, stabilize their lives, and sustain lasting improvement. Helping others help themselves

Family Houston’s mission is to create a stronger community for tomorrow by helping individuals and families meet the challenges they face today. Through our many programs and services, we strive to be Houston’s premier resource that uses a holistic approach to help people empower themselves, stabilize their lives, and sustain lasting improvement. Helping others help themselves

The Galveston County CISM Team – Critical Incident Stress Management for First Responders.

The Galveston County Critical Incident Stress Management Team (CISM) is a crisis intervention/Peer support program developed for emergency responders, providing resources, group & one on one CISM interventions to first responders, veterans, & other units/agencies, and their families.”

Resources Provided:

Being a resource and combining resources for veteran first-responders and volunteers to assist with other groups or organizations when needed.

Protecting and promoting the optimal health and well-being of Galveston County.

At the Galveston County Health District, we are committed to identifying public health issues that impact your everyday life. We work daily to prevent disease, protect against public health threats and promote good health for all of Galveston County.

The mission of the Galveston County Veterans Treatment Court is to assist Veterans and their families to become integral and productive members of the community through a collaborative effort, and to honor them and restore their dignity for their selfless service to our country; we shall leave no veteran behind.

To help women veterans help themselves.

Grace After Fire is ready to expand our program through teaching, developing, and listening to the woman Veteran and her needs upon returning home. We commit to assisting in her transition back into family life, achievements in the work place, and her pursuit of happiness.

Hands with Heart Home  Healthcare provides responsible, compassionate, affordable, care in the comfort of your own home. We can also care for your loved one in Assisted Living Facilities, Nursing Homes, Senior Retirement communities and others. The care services we provide: Post surgical Care with emphasis on discharge instructions, Medication reminders, Exercise encouragement, Meal preparation, Transportation to and from doctors appointments, Bed Bound client care, Light Housekeeping, Errands and Shopping, Bathing and Dressing assistance, Walking assistance, Transfers to and from bed to wheel chair, and JOYFUL Companionship. 

To Provide Harris county precinct 2 constituents with the best possible assistance in a veteran friendly community.

Services Provided: VA benefits, claims, pension, dependent, medical and burial assistance.  Providing education , Programs and events for Veterans and their families to create a Veteran Friendly community.

For more information please contact Cassie Gibson at 713-274-9570

Helping a Hero’s mission is to facilitate construction of specialty adapted homes for the military personnel severely injured in the Global War on Terror.

For more information please email contact Buddy Grantham at 888-786-9531.

Keystone Community Development Corp’s mission is to improve the communities we serve by providing both economic and educational opportunities in the areas of homebuyers’ education, down payment assistance for real estate, financial empowerment, military veteran programs, and other resources that will have a positive impact on the lives of others.

For more information please email  jcoppock@acutx.org or call 409-942-1566

Legendary Party Rentals is an event resource service that offers various party rental equipment (tents, tables, chairs, concessions and more), ancillary services (referrals to trusted related vendors) and customer support (suggestions, advice, scheduling, accessory selection) built on a holistic approach to event and party planning. We strive to provide a unique service for assistance and supplies that fits the needs of both professional and do-it-yourself event planners. Built on trust and reliable service, we strive to make your event truly legendary.

We are the Houston Lady Lions and are part of Lions Club International. The Lions are the 2nd largest service organization in the world with 1.4 millions members.

Houston Lady Lions connects volunteers to the community through meeting humanitarian needs with a focus on Serving our Veteran, Active Duty and First-Responder communities.   

Did you know the estimated number of combat service members, veterans who suffer from signature wounds such as invisible injuries of combat trauma, traumatic brain injury (or both) is 1 in 3? These signature wounds include painful symptoms such as flashbacks, avoidance, isolation, hyper-arousal reactions including anger outbursts. Lone Survivors Foundation’s focus is to educate service members, veterans and their family members on the warning signs, symptoms and characteristics of these injuries to better prepare our men and women when returning home.

The Gulf Coast center provides an essential service to the community veterans through their Veteran Support Services.  The Veterans Services department is a member and representation of the Military Veteran Peer Network (MVPN). Our network assists veterans and their family members in connecting to their peers and veteran service providers locally and state-wide.

 

Our mission is to provide coordinated assistance to Marines, Fleet Marine Force Navy Veterans, and their families in Houston, Galveston, and the entire Southeast Texas Area in conjunction with existing Marine Corps Support Service..

MHA of Greater Houston’s mission is to enhance the mental health of all Houstonians and improve the lives of those with mental illnesses. We accomplish this through collaborations, education, outreach and advocacy.

he Mission Continues empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. We deploy veterans on new missions in their communities, so that their actions will inspire future generations to serve.

New Horizon’s Computer Learning Center’s mission is Veteran employment! They assist Veterans in career transition who are unemployed or underemployed, find careers in areas of Cyber Security, IT, Project Management or Medical Office Administration.

For more information please email jeff.burkart@nhcd.com or call 281-698-0075.

At Operation FINALLY HOME, we provide homes and home modifications to America’s military Heroes and the widows of the fallen who have sacrificed so much to defend our freedoms and values.  We bring together corporate sponsors, builder associations, builders, remodelers, developers, individual contributors, and volunteers to help these Heroes and their families by addressing one of their most pressing needs – a place to call home.

On the Road Lending is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 2013 that provides vehicle selection assistance and long-term financial mentoring to address a little understood, but substantial problem—providing a way for low-income individuals and families to overcome transportation barriers so they can get to work, lead healthier lives, and avoid predatory lending. We help people improve their credit and purchase fuel-efficient, reliable cars, financing them through our sister private-equity loan fund with a low-cost loan.

To serve the men, women, children and spouses of those who have honorably served our country with access to VA and State education benefits.individual contributors, and volunteers to help these Heroes and their families by addressing one of their most pressing needs – a place to call home.

Our mission is to provide quality design, installation and service for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) equipment in both residential and commercial markets.  We’ll work with Veterans/Agencies supporting Veterans and their budgets to provide quality HVAC equipment and services

Advocating for Veterans in the greater Gulf Coast area by someone who understands Veteran needs and how to navigate the maze of services.

For more information please contact Glen Swift at 832-489-or email at staffordroadadvocates@gmail.com

The mission of Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams.

For more information please email joseph.foley@teamrubiconusa.org or call 713-444-6339

To promote an inclusive university environment for military veterans and their allies through transition support, education, career enrichment and outreach. The VetsRG is open to all full-time, part-time and hourly employees, students and volunteers at UTMB

“Never again will one generation of veterans abandon another.”

Aggressively advocate on issues important to the needs, care and support of Veterans in Galveston County and the surrounding metropolitan areas;

Provide programs, services and charitable support to help the mental health and well-being of all veterans and their families and;

Serve local veterans’ communities across the Galveston/Houston metropolitan area through the use of private and government agencies resources,

Continue to ensure all Vietnam Era Veterans and those who served in the Republic of Vietnam receive timely access to high quality healthcare; and strengthen research and funding programs for PTSD and presumptive health care disabilities associated with Agent Orange herbicidal exposures.

VOW22 seeks to prevent veteran suicide through community awareness, camaraderie, interaction and communication with veterans.

We cover the cost 100% for Counseling Program for veterans and their immediate family members seeking counseling services.

Contact us: David 979-583-3811 or Stephanie 979-235-7588 

Email us: David@VOW22.org/Stephanie@VOW22.org

The WAVES Project is a 501c3 nonprofit organization working with combat wounded veterans using the platform of SCUBA diving conducted by specially trained diving instructors.

For more information please email Jeff Pickard or call 832-720-9743.

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