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Mental Health Services
Many of our service members live with PTSD, and don’t get the mental health care they need. We’re here to change that.

We believe that interactive programs, rehabilitative retreats, and professional services, are important in helping to overcome mental health challenges, which include PTSD, TBI, and more.


Wellness and Health Programs
We know that a lot of veterans struggle with their physical health when their time of service has ended. We want to ensure that we provide you what it takes to reach whatever goals you and get into shape.

Our aim is to improve your overall functioning. Sleep better. Feel better. Move better. These are the results we want for you.

VA Benefits and Career Counseling
When you are transitioning, one should not always have to worry about money. However, transitioning to civilian life requires a conversation that needs to be had. Your goals are can become a reality and we are here to make that conversation an inspiring one.

We’re here to help you acquire a better understanding of the benefits you’re entitled to and how to get them, help pinpoint a career path, or land the job that will get you into the appropriate career path.

Counseling Program
Veterans and their families often experience stresses of military life, or transitioning to civilian life, which can lead to could lead to mental health issues, unemployment, and homelessness.

Project Veterans offers a variety of free counseling services and therapy types to help veterans and their families because we are veterans ourselves who know every person is different and every case is different. These therapies include:

•    Play Therapy
•    Support Groups
•    Family Connections Group Program

Crisis Hotline and Emergency Shelter
Veterans and their families needing assistance can contact us via our 24-hour crisis hotline at XXX-XXX-XXXX or use our online Chat feature below to speak to an Emergency Intervention Advocate. Our Emergency Intervention Advocates answer all incoming calls and online chats from individuals seeking services or just needing someone with an empathetic ear.

Safety planning, crisis intervention, referral information and connection to agency and local resources are provided by our highly-trained and skilled advocates. 

24 hours a day and 365 days a year, our emergency shelter provides safety, healing and hope for our veterans and their families. The services at the shelter include case management, basic medical care, transportation, legal assistance, counseling , on-site meals, support groups, life skills classes and children's programs including childcare and child mentoring.

If you or someone you know needs assistance from one of our Hotline advocates, call XXX-CXX-XXXX


Life Skills and Independence
The Life Skills program provides one-on-one adult mentorship and group work for veterans and their families to help empower them to deal with life events and experiences, with the goal of achieving self-sufficiency.  Veterans and their families are offered the opportunity to participate in Wellness & Nutrition classes, which includes expressive dance, exercise courses and more. We also offer 6-week individualized Mentor Coaching, as well as an Employment Program, which helps expand employment readiness through a 5-week career development series that prepares you with interviewing skills, how to dress the part, building your resume, maintaining employment, and professional mock interviews. A certificate is received at the end of the series that can be included on your resume.

Mentors assist with identifying job leads and referrals to job placement services.

The Life Skills program is designed to help individuals assess their immediate needs while working with an advocate to become self-empowered and regain a sense of control in their lives.

•    Based on individual needs, warriors may receive some or all of the following:
•    Community support services
•    Home health care services
•    Physical health and wellness opportunities
•    Alternative therapies (i.e., art, music, or equine therapy)
•    Stress management and resiliency training
•    Advocacy
•    Caregiver and family member support
•    Long-term care planning

Case Management

Our Case Management Team provides veterans and their families with confidential support services to help obtain needed resources including- financial assistance, counseling, housing assistance, safety planning, advocacy, and legal assistance to promote safety for survivors and their children. Each client also receives advocacy/referral services to other community programs that will aid in the journey toward independence.

Housing Assistance- Housing navigator services work on providing stable housing for vulnerable veterans and their families who qualify through an assessment and intake process. We provide short and long term housing assistance as well as ancillary services for qualified applicants. All housing programs have a utility allowance built into the grant. 

Legal Assistance- Our legal department offers legal services to veterans and their families. We strive to represent clients of Fort Bend and surrounding counties, who are experiencing high conflict divorces and custody cases and who may have difficulty receiving affordable legal services through another agency. We also assist in protective orders, criminal investigations, landlord tenant matters, legal consultations, and court accompaniments.

To schedule an appointment with a Case Manager for any of our services please contact us via our 24-hour crisis hotline at XXX-XXX-XXXX at or message us through our Chat Feature below. 

We are always looking for volunteers who will bring value to our efforts.

So if you are interested, feel free to email us your thoughts at

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