Denton County Veterans Center
400 S. Carroll Blvd., Suite 2000
Denton, TX 76201
Monday - Thursday, 8:30AM - 5:30PM
Friday by Appointment
More than 45,000 Veterans call Denton County home. When local Veterans encounter crisis, the people who help them can quickly and easily work together from one central location to help. Created thanks to generous donations from Veracity Research Company, Links Construction, and several private donors, the Denton County Veterans Center houses two Veteran Community Navigators and multiple local service providers who help Veterans.
Hosted Service Providers
Catholic Charities of Fort Worth
Denton County Veterans Coalition
HUD-VASH Case Management
Military Veteran Peer Network
Texas Veterans Commission
Veteran Community Navigators
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Youth and Family Counseling
Veterans Center powered by support from our community:
As United Way of Denton County and the Denton County Behavioral Health Leadership Team spearheaded the Veterans Community Navigator program to help connect local Veterans and families in need with services they could use to emerge from crisis, several local companies and donors realized that our Veterans service providers were underresourced, some of them literally working out of their cars.
Due to generous donations from Veracity Research Company, Links Construction, and several private donors, the Denton County Veterans Center was opened in early 2017 to great fanfare, and has already helped hundreds of Veterans and their families!
Veterans Center Founding Donors
Veracity Research Company
Linda & Jim McNatt
Terry & Bob Widmer