Been There Done That is a strong supporter of veteran assistance. We realize that situations for each individual veteran are different and vary from one veteran to the next. We have updated our site to include resources and services that are made open to all veterans who may be in need. These are listed here, as well as a short description at the bottom, for your ease of use should you need them. Some of the following assistance and/or programs include:

The US Department of Veteran Affairs Home Page
The US Department of Veteran Affairs Home Loans Page
USA Jobs (a website geared towards employing veterans)
The Veterans Crisis Line Website
     These links are resources and services open to all veterans. If you find you are still struggling please contact us and we will do our best to assist you with what you are trying to accomplish. We understand as veterans that have been there before how much of a struggle some of these things can be when attempting to utilize some of these services, but they are here for you to use. 

The US Department of Veteran Affairs Home Page- The home page to the VA. You can use this page to look up nearby VA Hospitals and resource centers. Once you arrive with your paperwork you can enroll into the VA for extended benefits. They will provide you with your own VA ID card and can help assist with medical needs, mental health, and disability claims just to name a few of the services. 

The US Department of Veteran Affairs Home Loans Page- Looking to purchase a house? This link will help better paint a picture for you to see and start the process when you choose to start applying for a VA Home Loan.

USA Jobs (a website geared towards employing veterans)- This link is full of postings about jobs, civilian or contracted, that focus on finding qualified candidates that are preferably military veterans.

The Veterans Crisis Line Website- This is a Veterans Crisis link. Here you will find help for mental health issues. If you need or want to talk to a stranger, chat online, or find out how to look for warning signs with others, please check this link out. Unload you mind on someone random and share the weight of your thoughts. As Veterans we take our mental well-being very serious and promote this type of interaction and outreach.