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Veterans Resource Guide: Online and Other Resources

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The College Guide for US Service Members offers information on accredited schools, scholarships, and further educational opportunities for veterans.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness - for Veterans has information for veterans about getting help for PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and other mental health issues, including additional resources.

Visit the US Department of Labor's Veterans' Employment and Training Service web page for information on the Veterans Hiring Initiative, appreticeships, transitions and empoloyment services, and more.  

Feds Hire Vets is a resource for job-seeking veterans to learn more about federal government jobs and how to get them, including links towebsites where you can search for jobs including USAJobs.gov

ChampVA: 800-733-8387

Emotional Crisis Hotline: 800-273-8255, press “1”

Knox County VA Outpatient Clinic: 865-545-4592

Knox County Veterans Center: 865-633-0000

Knox County Vets Service Office: 865-215-5645

VA Benefits Call Center: 800-827-1000

VA Direct Deposit: 877-838-2778

VA Education Benefits: 888-442-4551

VA Facility Directory for TN: http://www2.va.gov/directory/guide/state.asp?dnum=ALL&STATE=TN

VA Medical Centers:

  • Memphis: 800-636-8262
  • Mountain Home: 877-573-3529
  • Murfreesboro: 800-876-7093
  • Nashville: 800-228-4973

VA Outpatient Clinic/Homeless Outreach Office: 865-670-2369

Veterans Pre-college Program: 865-974-3132

Volunteers of America Homeless Vets Reintegration Project:

  • 865-546-4813
  • 866-737-6744
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