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Allies in Service

The mission of Allies in Service is to identify and support veterans who need assistance in the areas of employment, housing, education, and health care. The focus on employment is a career orientation, career leads and referrals, and Warrior Mentorship Program. Contact: David Whitley, (214) 438-6358 or dwhitley@alliesinservice.org

Dallas Office

8343 Douglas Ave Suite 100
Dallas, Texas 75225 

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Honor Courage Commitment Inc.

Honor Courage Commitment Inc. is a nonprofit organization that recruits, educates, mentors, and guides high caliber military veterans into becoming socially responsible entrepreneurs and community leaders through career matching and referrals programs. These transitioning veterans are not lacking in skill, but rather the necessary guidance to transfer their skill sets into business and the community. Contact: Main office, (214) 431-3834 or info@hccvet.org

Local Office

13625 Neutron Road
Dallas, TX 75244 

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Tarrant County College (VetSuccess)

VetSuccess is a partnership between Tarrant County College (TCC) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This collaborative effort is to help veterans make a smooth transition to college life, and experience academic and vocational success. The VetSuccess Couselors will help with accessing, understanding, and applying for VA Benefits. VetSuccess Counselors from the VA cover all 5 TCC Campuses: William "Bill" Cobb, MA, CRC 817-515-6319 william.cobb@va.gov or william.cobb@tccd.edu Northeast Campus: Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Northwest Campus: Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Doug Smith, CRVC 682-206-5640 douglas.smith1@va.gov or douglas.smith@tccd.edu South Campus: Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Southeast Campus: Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Trinity River Campus: Wednesday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

VetSuccess Northeast Campus

828 W Harwood Rd
Hurst, TX 76054 

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Texas Veterans Commission

Description & Key Services: Intensive services are offered to disabled veterans and veterans with barriers to employment, including but not limited to homeless, economically or educationally disadvantaged veterans with other barriers to employment.