Veterans Assistance

Mental Health Assistance

Statewide Advocacy for Veterans' Empowerment Advocate for veterans who are not able to obtain the benefits they have earned due to institutional or personal barriers. The program's primary mission is prevention of suicide and mental health distress through the identification of issues facing veterans when they return from service and proactively providing them with access to benefits and services that may address these issues and result in positive transitions back to civilian life. SAVE acts as a liaison between veterans and their families and the various agencies within the federal and state governments.

Phone: 617-210-5743 or 888-844-2838

Veterans Crisis Line (VA)
Phone: 800-273-8255 (press 1)

Health Assistance

The goal of the Mesothelioma Veterans Center is to reach veterans and their families who have been affected by mesothelioma and connect them to their website (sponsored by attorneys Bullock Campbell Bullock & Harris P.C., Houston, Texas) which offers free veteran specific resources and support. 1/3 of all mesothelioma patients are veterans.  Since 2004 over 5,000 veterans have died from mesothelioma. The reason this cancer targets so many veterans is because of the prevalence of asbestos use in the military in the past. A large part of our mission is to help spread awareness to veterans and their families.
192 Nandina Terrace
Winter Springs, FL 32807
Phone: 877-404-9992

Employment Assistance

South Shore Career Center

1515 Hancock Street, Suite 101
Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: 617-745-4000

71R Obery Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 617-745-4000

Transportation Assistance

DAV Brockton 
Only open until noon for reservations
Phone: 774-826-2264

Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Centers
Tranports local veterans from their homes to VAs in Brockton, West Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain Reservations (2 weeks in advance)
Phone: 508-747-2003

Financial - Personal Assistance

Father Bills and Mainspring
Housing assistance / avoid foreclosure
508-894-0292 ext. 205

Financial and Medical Assistance
Under Chapter 115 of Mass. General Laws, the Commonwealth provides a program of financial and medical assistance for indigent veterans and their dependents

HUD-VASH Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing
If you need housing assistance
Phone: 877-4AID-VET (877-424-3838)

LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Asst Program)
Commonly referred to as fuel assistance, is a government program to help low-income families and individuals pay their heating bills during the winter  Additional LIHEAP information on
Phone: 800-632-8175

More than Wheels
Get on the road to financial recovery while receiving assistance in buying a car

Veterans Pension
Many veterans of wartime service are completely unaware of the fact that if they are 65 or older and on a limited income they may qualify for a VA Pension without being disabled.

Volunteers of America
Volunteers of America is one of the nation's largest nonprofit providers of quality affordable housing for families, elderly, and people with disabilities. We are also a major provider of skilled long-term nursing care and health services.
Phone: 617-522-8086

Charities and Donations

Epilepsy Foundation
Clothing, clothing accessories, shoes, all bedding items (no mattresses), housewares and furniture, toys, games, tools, radios and small appliances
Phone: 888-322-8209

Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Center
Clothing, clothing accessories, shoes, all bedding items (no mattresses), housewares and furniture, toys, games, tools, radios and small appliances     
Phone: 508-747-2003