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Social Work Resources outside of VA* 

Veteran's Resources (non-VA)* 

Other Federal Agencies* 

 

Other non-VA Resources*

 

Addiction:


Cancer:

 

Caregiving, Aging:

 

  • AARP*
  • Administration on Aging, US Dept of Health and Human Services.*
  • Age Page, by the National Institute of Health's National Institute on Aging.*
  • Benefits Check Up by National Council on Aging for persons over 55 who want to maximize all the benefits for which they are eligible. Information about State resources, VA, SSI, Medicare, Medicaid, Meals on Wheels, food stamps, etc can be accessed in one central site. One has to enter zip code, and address but NOT name or Socieal Security number, so it's less invasive of privacy.*
  • National Alliance For Caregiving offers the publications for care givers as well as other services.*

 

Learn Psychology:

 

  • Violence Awareness & Prevention Guide - The site contains a guide that identifies different forms of violence, offers information on how to recognize abuse, and provides resources to help victims find support services.*

 

Transportation:

 

  • Angel Flight provides flights transporting patients and their families in private planes, free of charge, to hospitals for medical treatment.*  
  • Corporate Angel Network  from their website:  Corporate Angel Network is the only charitable organization in the USA whose sole mission is to ease the emotional stress, physical discomfort and financial burden of travel for cancer patients by arranging free flights to treatment centers, using the empty seats on corporate aircraft flying on routine business.*
  • Mercy Medical Airlift  is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving people in situations of compelling human need through the provision of charitable air transportation. MMA is totally supported through charitable giving and the services of volunteer pilots and office assistants.  MMA's mission is to facilitate a charitable means of long distance medical air transport for all medically indigent, low-income and financially vulnerable patients in our society thereby ensuring equal access to distant specialized medical treatment or to appropriate facilities and settings for continuing care.*

 

*Disclaimer: Links will take you outside of the Department of Veterans Affairs Website. VA does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of the linked websites.