If you are a veteran in crisis please reach out for assistance. There are organizations out there looking out for our brothers and sisters in arms! Be courageous enough to ask for help!

DV Farm is dedicated to helping fight veteran homelessness and addiction. The DV Farm is located in Gilsum, New Hampshire and is run by DV6. Their mission is to take homeless and addicted veterans off the streets and help them transition back into civilian life. They offer animal therapies, regular meals, a roof over veterans heads, and structure through work on the farm to give these veterans all the tools they need to help fix their own problems to get back on their feet and live productive lives.

​You can connect with them on their webpage or directly through messaging their FB page.

22 Until None is a veteran group dedicated to reducing the 22. The 22 is in reference to the fact that it is documented that 22 veterans a day take their own lives due to a multitude of reasons. They offer emergency financial assistance, help with VA benefits, help transitioning from active duty to civilian life, overall veteran wellness services, and veteran camaraderie. ​​You can connect with them on their webpage or directly through messaging their FB page.
We Got Your Six (WGY6) is dedicated to helping veterans rebuild their lives and redevelop their self confidence. Helping them get back on their feet and back to living a solid, stable, meaningful life. They also help with veterans in crisis who are seeking mental health options or outlets. ​ ​You can connect with them directly through messaging their FB page.
National Coalition for Homeless Veterans is an organization with lots of resources and options listed by state for those who find themselves in the position of needing temporary housing. 1-800-VET-HELP ​You can connect with them by phone or search through the resources on their webpage.

Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves. No matter what you are experiencing, there is support for getting your life back on track. 
​A trained responder will answer your call, text, or chat and ask you a few questions. You can decide how much you want to share.
They have a phone hotline, online chatting, and text support for veterans in their darkest times. 
1-800-237-8255 x 1

You can connect with them by phone or chat online on their webpage.

The VA National Call Center for Homeless  Veterans focuses on veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness—and their family members, friends and supporters—can make the call to or chat online with the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans, where trained counselors are ready to talk confidentially 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You can connect with the VA National Call Center over the phone or view their webpage for more information.