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CALVET resources


The California Department of Veterans Affairs (CALVET) publishes a free “Veterans Resource Book” available at the link below to view/download. It contains claims, benefits, health care, education, housing, employment, advocacy, and more information designed to help veterans across the state. Free PDF below


You can also view their official website below for more on what’s mentioned above in an interactive webpage format


Various links


Below is a list of various organizations that could help you or a loved one with obtaining assistance through one of many organizations that specialize in veterans needs.

Placer County has compiled it’s own list of resources that could also be of use to you. PVSD is one organization they’ve listed among others, ranging from pension compensation, housing, employment, legal, substance use, and more.
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Disclaimer: Placer Veterans Stand Down is not liable for any of the external services listed below.

DenScore Veterans usually only receive limited dental care at stand downs and most Veterans don’t have VA dental benefits. Our company (DenScore) offers a web application that helps people get answers to any of their dental care questions, whether they need a dentist referral, have insurance questions, aren’t sure what to do about a toothache and more. See this flyer for details.
Nursing Home Abuse Center Founded to shine a light on the widespread abuse and neglect that occurs in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Online Therapy For Veterans From their site: “We assessed and compared the most popular online therapy for veterans’ services by evaluating 14 important features that veterans and their family members look at when choosing online therapy.”
Simmons Firm: Medical Care Programs for Veterans Simmons Hanly Conroy is proud to assist veterans through the legal system and by supporting veteran health care resources. Founder and Chairman John Simmons is a veteran who deeply cares about the well-being of others who served.
Liberty Tax Service Roseville FREE tax prep for veterans
A New Leash on Life Save a dog or puppy by fostering.
Alcoholics Anonymous A community to help people solve their drinking problem.
Armed Forces Services Corporation Providing services for wounded warriors, caregivers, soilders and families.
DAV Chap. 35 Serving disabled veterans and their families state-level and local chapters.
EDD The California Employment Development Department will help you with employment, file for unemployment, file claims, and more.
Family Green Survival, Inc. Committed to green living and support for low income populations
Fourth And Hope A shelter serving the Woodland and Yolo County region.
Hamilton Relay Telecommunication relay services (phones, computer support) for the deaf.
Insights Counseling Group Mental Health counseling located in Auburn, CA.
Law Office of Dr. Bruce W. Ebert A disability rights advocate, law defense, and veterans law attorney in Roseville CA.
Legal Services of Northern California Empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty within our community.
Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center A nonprofit providing social services to Placer County.
Narcotics Anonymous a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.
Placer County Veterans and Drug Court Resolve criminal cases through treatment and support.
Placer County Veterans Service Office Connecting veterans to their benefits with the VA, health care, pension, etc.
Placer Food Bank Helping nearly 80,000 people in Placer, Nevada, and El Dorado County put food on the table.
Public Health Institute Center for Wellness and Nutrition Program design, evaluation, and capacity building for people making healthy changes.
River City Recovery Center A residential treatment program addressing alcoholism and drug addiction.
RX Staffing and Home Care Home healthcare, palliative care, behavioral health, and hospice services.
Sacramento Veterans Resource Center 44 years of programs that mitigates barriers to veterans success.
Social Security Administration Receive benefits for retirement.
The Soldiers Project Free and confidential psychological treatment for veterans and their families.
United States Mission Providing residents with a long term clean and sober home with meals and programs.
Volunteers of America Supportive Service Veteran Families Obtain VA and other benefits, including health care, transportation, legal, and more.