Tom Green County Veteran Resource Guide

TexVet's county guide is your roadmap to the local SMVF (Service Member, Veteran & Families) community.
From VA Claims, to Mental Health, Social Groups & Events- TexVet's county guides highlight organizations that serve your county. Weather the home office is next door or across the state, if an organization outreaches to your county, they show up here!

Free VA Claims Assistance

Across Texas and in your county, trained, Free VA Claims personnel are waiting to help you navigate the VA Claims process.
Workforce Workforce Solutions of Concho Valley

Texas Workforce employees trained to assist in the VA Claims process.

(325) 659-6560

Military Veteran Peer Network

A network of trained military & veteran volunteers offering local peer mental support, networking, and help.

Emergency Funds

2-1-1 Help for all Texans

State-wide resources for all Texans and veterans. Help areas from: mental/physical health, rent & utilities, and more.

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Christian Veterans Outreach

Combat Veterans Outreach is dedicated to helping the men and women who have served in combat zones in the various challenges facing their lives

DAV 237 San Angelo

Combat Veterans Outreach is dedicated to helping the men and women who have served in combat zones in the various challenges facing their lives

325-263-2370
Endeavors, Inc. - Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

Housing, case management, and homeless services for veterans across Texas. As of 2018-04-23, emergency financial aid is only for VASH clients.

210-431-6466 ext. 117
Goodfellow AFB Airman & Family Readiness Center

Broad range of help for Guard, Reserve and Retirees.

325-654-3893
Operation Homefront of Texas

Emergency funds for OEF/OIF military families and families of veterans, needs must be directly due to post 9/11/ service. Energency funds, food, home repair, critical baby items, home appliances, auto repair, furniture, local moves

210-659-7756

Food

Concho Valley Food Bank

Food bank for the San Angelo Area

(325) 655-3231
Meals for Vets

Provides food for veterans under 60, that have served honorably, and have demonstrated need- across Texas.

(800) 676-1389
Operation Homefront of Texas

Emergency funds for OEF/OIF military families and families of veterans, needs must be directly due to post 9/11/ service. Energency funds, food, home repair, critical baby items, home appliances, auto repair, furniture, local moves

210-659-7756

Transitioning to Civilian Life

Goodfellow AFB Airman & Family Readiness Center

Broad range of help for Guard, Reserve and Retirees.

325-654-3893
Operation Homefront of Texas

Emergency funds for OEF/OIF military families and families of veterans, needs must be directly due to post 9/11/ service. Energency funds, food, home repair, critical baby items, home appliances, auto repair, furniture, local moves

210-659-7756
Texas Rural Water Foundation - Veteran Employment Program

Recruiting veterans to work in the water and wastewater utility industry.

(512) 472-8591
TVC - VA Claims Representatives

VA disability claims workers embedded in the VA locations across the state

800-252-8387
TVLP - Texas Workforce Commission - Texas Veterans Leadership Program

Individual job search from veterans for veterans and resume help for IAV

888-838-8391

Mental Health

Christian Veterans Outreach

Combat Veterans Outreach is dedicated to helping the men and women who have served in combat zones in the various challenges facing their lives

Concho Valley Women Veterans Association

Association of Women Veterans emphasizing Encouragement, Education, and Empowerment

MHMR Services for the Concho Valley

Local Mental Health Authority provides mental health and medication management services to low income individuals.

(325) 658-7750
Military Caregiver Telehealth Initiative UTHSA

For Caregivers: Up to 12 no-cost weekly counseling sessions online (secure), must be TX resident.

210-450-8673
MVPN - Concho Valley

Connects Veterans and Military families to small peer support groups staffed by Veteran volunteers and other community resources. 

(325)812-5241
Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors San Antonio

Mental health counseling services for veterans and their families regardless of role, discharge status, or ability to pay. Services in English and Spanish

(210) 399-4838
Veteran Spouse Network

The Veteran Spouse Network faclitates a statewide network for veteran spouses as they build a community of support.

Veteran Spouse Resiliency Group (V-SRG)

Offers online and in-person peer support group programming for the spouses and committed partners of veterans.

512-232-0639
West Texas Counseling and Guidance

Free counseling for veterans, their families and surviving spouses.

325-213-6636
Women Veterans of West Texas

Facebook and in-person support group for women veterans living in West Texas.

325-660-6030

Youth, Family, & Caregivers

Endeavors, Inc. - Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

Housing, case management, and homeless services for veterans across Texas. As of 2018-04-23, emergency financial aid is only for VASH clients.

210-431-6466 ext. 117
Goodfellow AFB Airman & Family Readiness Center

Broad range of help for Guard, Reserve and Retirees.

325-654-3893
MHMR Services for the Concho Valley

Local Mental Health Authority provides mental health and medication management services to low income individuals.

(325) 658-7750
Military Caregiver Telehealth Initiative UTHSA

For Caregivers: Up to 12 no-cost weekly counseling sessions online (secure), must be TX resident.

210-450-8673
MVPN - Concho Valley

Connects Veterans and Military families to small peer support groups staffed by Veteran volunteers and other community resources. 

(325)812-5241
Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors San Antonio

Mental health counseling services for veterans and their families regardless of role, discharge status, or ability to pay. Services in English and Spanish

(210) 399-4838
Veteran Spouse Network

The Veteran Spouse Network faclitates a statewide network for veteran spouses as they build a community of support.

Veteran Spouse Resiliency Group (V-SRG)

Offers online and in-person peer support group programming for the spouses and committed partners of veterans.

512-232-0639
West Texas Counseling and Guidance

Free counseling for veterans, their families and surviving spouses.

325-213-6636

Find a Job

Goodfellow AFB Airman & Family Readiness Center

Broad range of help for Guard, Reserve and Retirees.

325-654-3893
Texas Rural Water Foundation - Veteran Employment Program

Recruiting veterans to work in the water and wastewater utility industry.

(512) 472-8591
TVC - Career Advisement - San Angelo

Help with resume development and jobs

325-653-2321 x1206
TVLP - Texas Workforce Commission - Texas Veterans Leadership Program

Individual job search from veterans for veterans and resume help for IAV

888-838-8391

Start a Business

Veterans Business Outreach Centers

Business training offioce just for veterans! Free, and through the Small Business Administration + UTRGV

956-665-8931

Social Opportunities

Air Force Sergeants Association 1066

Former Air Force Enlisted Personnel - Vet Association & Legislative Advocacy

American Legion - Post 32

Camaraderie and services to veterans and their families

325-481-3925
American Legion - Post 572

Camaraderie and services to veterans and their families

Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association (CVMA) Social veteran's association around riding motorcycles. Holds a motorcycle related charity event every year.
Concho Valley Women Veterans Association

Association of Women Veterans emphasizing Encouragement, Education, and Empowerment

DAV 237 San Angelo

Combat Veterans Outreach is dedicated to helping the men and women who have served in combat zones in the various challenges facing their lives

325-263-2370
Fleet Reserve Association - 295 - San Angelo

Non-profit, represents Marine Reserve & Fleet Reserve at congress.

Freedom Through Vigilance Association - Heritage Chapter

Association for: leadership instructors, first sergeants, maintainers, career military and professional persons who served in the United States Air Force Security Service and later commands.

MOPH - Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 740

(no purple heart required) Provides emergency funds to all veterans, their dependents, widows and orphans. VA Claims Assistance to Veterans and their Families- utilizes a lawyer to assist in claims.

(325) 227-2051
RWB - Team Red, White, and Blue - San Angelo

Meet local veterans in your area, and exercise with them

San Angelo Elks Lodge 1880

Association of veterans and civilians that work to help veterans and better the San Angelo area community through good works.

(325) 227-6920
VFW 1815 San Angelo

Veteran Association in San Angelo. 

325-655-6550
VVA - Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 457

Association of Vietnam and other era wars/conflicts/operations who meet for camaraderie and to help their community.

(325) 617-2570

Legal

Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas

Free help in civil legal cases for financially qualifying veterans.  Multiple locations. 

888-529-5277

Homelessness

Christian Veterans Outreach

Combat Veterans Outreach is dedicated to helping the men and women who have served in combat zones in the various challenges facing their lives

Endeavors, Inc. - Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

Housing, case management, and homeless services for veterans across Texas. As of 2018-04-23, emergency financial aid is only for VASH clients.

210-431-6466 ext. 117
SSVF - West Central Texas Regional Foundation

SSVF- Housing stability for low income veterans and their families

800-928-2262

Local Events

Tom Green County Veteran Resource Guide