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VET Worthy

Provides military veterans, spouses, children, and caretakers with connections to career and financial planning, job development, and skills training support. In Addiction, military families are connected to the necessary community resources such as mental health counseling, housing assistance, food assistance, and legal aid. The program specifically targets post 9/11 veterans and female veterans however, it is open to any veteran with a discharge other than dishonorable.

4005 Campus DriveFort Worth, TX 76119 USA

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Community Lifeline Center

Assisting residents in Mckinney and North Collin County manage crises and navigate their way back to self-sufficiency. This assistance ranges from financial help—rent, utilities, food, medical or prescription assistance—to job search training, credit and budget counseling, and advocacy. CLC also promotes special projects throughout the year such as collecting and distributing holiday meals.

1601 N. Waddill Street, Ste. 102McKinney, TX 75069 USA

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American Red Cross

Mission: Provide ongoing services to Active Duty, retirees and veterans. Provide disaster relief for victims of fire, flood and natural and man made disasters.

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United Way – Volunteer Financial Coaching Program

Financial Planning & Coaching program is free and aims to help low-to-middle income working families in Tarrant County develop strategies that will stimulate long-term financial stability.

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Disabled American Veterans – Texas

Description & Key Services: Building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families. DAV provides advocacy and services in communities nationwide by educating lawmakers and the public about important issues to supporting services and legislation to help disabled veterans.

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