Resources for Veterans
Veterans Crisis Line:1-800-273-8255
Who Represents you? Find your legislative contacts
- Minnesota Legislative and Congressional Member Directory
- United States House of Representatives Member Directory
- United States Congress Member Directory
Local Resources in Central Minnesota
Know your county? Find your CVSO contact information quickly and easily.
St. Cloud StandDown, Inc. began in 1998, to serve as both a large one-day event to help homeless veterans, as well as a consistent organization to help homeless veterans across Central Minnesota or those leaving the VA or other help centers.
MN Military & Veterans Exchange provides information related to creating healthier military and prior service communities.
Enter ‘veterans’ in the search box and your zip code in the box next to it. Lists multiple resources.
Native Americans – highest record of military service; least likely to request benefits! Find more . . .
Select your branch of service and get news, legislative information and upcoming deployments.
All of the regional Midwest VA Medical Centers and clinics.
The MACVSO collaborates with veterans service organizations to secure benefits for veterans. Click to find your local County Veterans Service Officer.
In addition to the Midwest VA Medical Centers, there are also a number Community Based Outreach Clinics.
The MDVA serves Minnesota veterans, their dependents and survivors, in securing benefits provided by federal and state laws.
On this user-friendly website you’ll find general information about many of the services in the state of Minnesota for veterans and their families.
The mission of the Veterans Homes is to oversee and guarantee high-quality health care for Veterans and dependents in its care.
Hearts & Hammers assists local, low income homeowners whose exterior of their homes is deteriorating and may even be in danger of losing their homes.
Provides free, professional assistance to disabled veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services.
The Minnesota Homeless Veteran Registry helps ensure that Veterans experiencing homelessness have access to appropriate housing and services. If you are a Veteran and choose to join, a team of housing and service professionals will work together to help you access housing and services to meet your needs.
Provides assistance for veterans dealing with homelessness and other life crises.
Find education, career, life planning, and financial resources. Minnesota State also provides military to college tools to help you map your military training and experience to your education goals.
This U.S. Department of Education and Department of Defense program assists eligible military personnel begin new careers as teachers in public schools where their skills, knowledge and experience are most needed. Financial as well as referral and placement assistance is provided.
Federal benefits and services.