It’s important to us to provide help for Veterans in need. Check out the incredible services Endeavors is proud to provide for Veterans.
We are so thankful for our Veterans. These incredible men and women have sacrificed so much to serve our country— perhaps more than most people know.
According to one survey, nearly 4 out of 10 post-9/11 Veterans say their military service had a negative effect on their physical health, and almost three out of 10 say that it had a negative impact on their mental health.
Even so, most Veterans surveyed (79 percent) say that they are proud of their service and would serve again. Even more (89 percent) said that their military service had an overall positive impact on their life.
Because Endeavors so strongly believes that these brave men and women deserve our support, care, and resources, Endeavors has devoted a strong arm of services specifically for Veterans and their families.
What resources does Endeavors offer to Veterans?
Our Veteran population is diverse and dynamic, so at Endeavors, we’ve done our best to create an array of services that reflect this. From homelessness prevention to mental health care, we aim to help Veterans and their families be successful in every possible realm.
- Case management
- Housing stability plans
- Assistance in obtaining VA and other benefits
- Referrals to community agencies
- Emergency financial assistance for Veterans (based on financial need)
- Referrals for financial counseling and legal assistance
- Job placement assistance
- Parenting programs via Operation Parent Strong
- Mental health services
- Online counseling via Telehealth
What is the Cohen Clinic?
To care for Veterans in our network, Endeavors has partnered with The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic to provide high-quality, accessible, and integrated mental health care to Veterans and their families.
The Cohen Clinic’s services include counseling, medication management, case management, life skills and wellness groups, specialty workshops, online therapy, and more!
Services are available to any post-9/11 Veterans and their family members.
Endeavors is a longstanding national non-profit that provides an array of programs and services in support of children, families, Veterans and those struggling with mental illness and other disabilities. Endeavors serves vulnerable people in crisis through innovative personalized services. For more information, please visit www.endeavors.org.
If our office is closed and you need immediate support, you can still speak to a peer at Vets4Warriors. In the event of a mental health emergency, please refer to the following resources: 9-1-1, the National Veterans Crisis Hotline (800-273-8255, press 1), National Women Veterans Hotline (855-829-6639), the CHCS Crisis Line (210-223-7233), and the San Antonio Police Department Mental Health Unit (210-452-3042).