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Veteran Resources

Just a few of the services we have networked and added as valuable resources; If you know one that isn't here, please let us know and we will add it! 

~Bridging the Gap of; a non-profit organization that helps veterans reestablish themselves as productive members of society. Based on the principle of one individual helping another, we are providing an opportunity to network and help each other “Bridge The Gap” between veterans and the resources to help them thrive as the heroes they are. Bridging The Gap of Georgia brings hope into the eyes of an individual that has lost their hope, motivation, and determination in life. Office: (678) 929.8197 - Email: [email protected] 

~Change 4 Georgia~;  Our Mission: "Provide the troops and their families with items of comfort and school supplies and to inspire students to get up and get involved!"  Office: 770-476-4037 Email: [email protected]; Georgia Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise; Providing Veterans  for and into Business.  Office: 770-912-7499 - Email: [email protected]

~MAC Management and Training~ Preparing Military to Civilian. Office: 404-449-6534 - Email: [email protected]

~GABVETS, Inc. ~; Georgia's Association to Benefit Veterans, Inc. We "collaborate with the Veterans Administration and community organizations interested in ending homelessness for veterans and their families. We will assist veterans as they strive to obtain legitimate benefits pertaining to health care, rehabilitation, employment, housing, education, transportation, and economic assistance, among others. We will also secure transitional and permanent housing for homeless veterans and their families. In this regard, special attention will be given to the needs of female veterans and children of veterans."  Office: 708-663-5205 - Email: [email protected]

~Help for Homeless Vets~ Tom Chernetsky, Member of Military Assistance Ministry, [email protected]

~Clayton Center Community Service Board~;  The Clayton Center provides services that minimize the impact of mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse in the lives of persons served and their families while supporting their inclusion in the community.  Ayana Green, LPC (Residential Program Director) Office 770-473-2555 - Email: [email protected] OR Kisha Smith Harvey, LPC, MBA (Associate Clinical Director, Behavioral Health Services/Addictive Diseases) Office 770-478-1099 - Email: [email protected]

~100 Wheels~;  100 Wheels, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing mobility to disabled American Veterans, 25 wheelchairs (100 wheels) at a time. Doug Hartley. Email: [email protected]

~Wreaths across America~;  Our mission, Remember, Honor, Teach, is carried out in part by coordinating wreath laying ceremonies a specified Saturday inDecember at Arlington, as well as veterans’ cemeteries and other locations in all 50 states and beyond.  We also organize a week of events includinginternational veteran’s tributes, ceremonies at State Houses and a week-long “Veteran’s Parade” between Maine and Virginia where we stop along the way to spread our message about the importance of remembering our fallen heroes, honoring those who serve, and teaching our children about the sacrifices made by veterans and their families to preserve our freedoms.  Office: 877-385-9504 OR 207-470-0967