MVPN - Heart of Texas Veterans One Stop

Who We Are:

The Veterans One Stop is a 501(c)(3) serving active-duty, veterans, and their families alongside our local, state, and national partners.
The mission at the Heart of Texas Veterans One Stop is to provide veterans and their families a facility where a variety of fundamental services can be accessed at one location.

Free Training

We offer basic training for peers in order to establish a basic understanding of the MVPN network. Additional training is offered to peers throughout the year. (See Calendar Below)

Connection & Camaraderie

Our staff, volunteers, and partner organizations are here to make sure you get connected to the resources you need.  We also have community events throughout the year to promote camaraderie, awareness, and fun. We can’t wait for you to join us!

Peer Groups

Our groups meet in a safe, comfortable space with peers who have similar experiences and struggles. These groups are led by trained group facilitators who are advanced enough their own recovery journey to help you navigate your recovery with coping skills and confidence.


  • Counseling Services
  • Employment Resources
  • Claims Assistance
  • Career Developement
  • Peer-to-Peer Support
  • Legal Aid
  • Homeless Services
  • Transition Coaching
  • Education Assistance
  • Housing Assistance
  • Community Kitchen
  • Crisis Services
  • Rural Services
  • Recreational Facilities
  • Community/Volunteer Programs


The aim of the Counseling program at the Veterans One Stop is to treat the complex issues related to a veteran’s past service. Issues such as PTS, Moral Injury, Depression, Anxiety, and Military Sexual Trauma are addressed by licensed professional counselors utilizing evidence based treatments.  In addition to professional counseling services, the Veterans One Stop also recognizes the importance of utilizing Peer to Peer support as a fundamental element in the healing process.  These services are provided to the veteran as well as their dependents.  It has been proven that to effectively treat the veteran one must also address the needs and issues of the family unit.

"The Heart of Texas Veterans One Stop
provided 19,196 counseling and peer support services during the 2017 fiscal year
to veterans & their families. "

Employment Resources

The Heart of Texas Veteran One Stop recognizes the importance of addressing the employment and vocational needs of our veterans. We are proud to collaborate with 
the Texas Veterans Commission to provide in-house services and a full time Employment Specialist. These services include resume assistance, job matching, referral services, employer outreach, job search workshops, vocational guidance, labor market information, and additional training opportunities. We collaborate with community and state partners such as the Heart of Texas Work Force Solutions and TexVet to make sure we provide the most up to date information available.

VA Claims 

The Heart of Texas Veterans Services Officers serve as advocates for McLennan County veterans and their dependents. The VSO’s provide assistance to veterans and their dependents regarding compensation, pension, medical, educational, insurance, legal concerns and death benefits. They also assist veterans and their dependents in obtaining important documentation needed to apply for benefits. We are proud to also have a member of the team that can assist veterans and family members that live outside of McLennan County. Services are rendered at the One Stop as well as the veteran’s home,  medical center, courts, and in the community.  


The Heart of Texas Veterans One Stop is proud to partner with Baylor Law School through the Baylor Law School Veterans Clinic. Since its inception, the Baylor Law School Veterans Clinic has provided free legal advice to hundreds of local veterans. At monthly clinics, located at the Veterans One Stop, Baylor Law students assist local attorneys in providing legal assistance to military veterans.

The Veterans One Stop is a 501(c)(3) serving active duty, veterans, and their families since 2012. The mission is to provide veterans and their families a facility where fundamental services can be accessed in one location.

The Heart of Texas Veterans One Stop recognizes that one entity cannot accomplish the mission alone. 
We are proud to collaborate with our community partners who each bring a level of expertise to the table. 
The following are a list of those who have joined us in the fight.

Military Veteran Peer Network 
Texas Veteran Commission  
Military Order of the Purple Heart
American Legion and Auxiliary
Guardian for Heroes 
Family Endeavors  
Vietnam Veterans of America 
Blue Star Mothers  
Baylor Veteran Law Clinic  
Department of Veteran Affairs
Beast Mode for the Brave 
US Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2)
Heroes on the Water 
Waco Harley Davidson 
United Way 211 
Heart of Texas Electric Coop 
Special Forces Association 
TSTC Student Veterans 
Children's Mission Network
Stylecraft Homes
Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association

HOT Workforce Solutions
Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center
Heart of Texas Region MHMR
Texas Veteran Service Officers
Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary American Legion Riders
Economic Opportunity Advancement Corp.
Marine Corp League
Organization of Hispanic Veterans
VISN 17 Center of Excellence on Research on Returning War Veterans
Baylor Student Vets
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
Veterans Benefits Administration
Border Magic
Boulder Designs
Paul’s Kitchen Angels 
Military Officers Association of America
Ridgewood Ladies Golf Association
MCC Student Veteran Association


Monday Hours: 
8:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday Hours: 
8:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday Hours: 
8:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday Hours: 
8:00am - 5:00pm
Friday Hours: 
8:00am - 5:00pm
Hours Notes: 
Closed on Weekends and Major Holidays
VA Disability Rating Requirement: 
No Disability Requirement
Discharges Allowed: 
No Minimum Discharge