More than 41,000 Veterans call Denton County home. These Veterans and their families, who served and sacrificed for our country, encounter their own unique hardships after transitioning back to the civilian world.
THROUGH COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS AND COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS, WE
- Help our Veterans and their families in need at the Denton County Veterans Center
- Advocate for improved access to health and mental health care
- Provide educational opportunities
- Connect Veterans and their families to food, housing, health, and financial resources
ARE YOU OR A LOVED ONE A VETERAN?
Thanks to funding from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, United Way of Denton County is proud to coordinate the Veteran Community Navigator program, an initiative of the Denton County Behavioral Health Leadership Team. This program connects Veterans and their families to community resources to meet critical and preventative needs. Resources include financial and housing assistance, health and mental health services, and more.
DENTON COUNTY VETERANS CENTER
Through generous donations facilitated by United Way of Denton County, the Denton County Veterans Center has increased capacity to serve Veterans and their families by providing a suite of services under one roof ensuring effective and integrative care.
Our Veteran-related programs are made possible by Texas Health & Human Services grant funding, coordination by the Denton County Behavioral Health Leadership Team, backbone support from United Way of Denton County, and support from local businesses and individuals.
In partnership with:
Denton County MHMR, Denton County Veterans Coalition, Denton County Veterans Court, Denton County Veterans Service Office, Health Services of North Texas, Military Veterans Peer Network, Texas Workforce Commission, United States Department of Veterans Affairs