Veterans Project

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What do we do?

The Project offers free services to veterans who are undergraduates or thinking of returning to school. If you are a vet thinking about attending any college in the USA, contact us!

How does the program work?

We act like a “personal trainer” to help you enter or re-enter the education system.

Some of the things we can assist with:

  • Making decisions about your education
  • Applying for college
  • Understanding and applying for benefits & financial aid
  • Finding other resources to assist you and your family
  • Understanding the transition to the student role & its effects on your family

How can I participate?

To participate in the study, please contact the Student Veteran Project at 817-272-2165 or 817-272-0452, and to obtain an intake packet. Upon completion of this packet, you will be contacted to complete a needs assessment, where we tailor our assistance to your specific needs.

Community Resources

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Veterans Affairs Educational Benefits

Warrior Care

Texas Veterans Commission

National Health Service Corps

Social Work Jobs in VA Healthcare System

Education Benefits for Texas Veterans

State Approving Agency (SAA) of Texas Veterans Commission

Grants, Benefit Programs by Dept. of Health and Human Services

Guide to all US Government Grants and Loans

Dept. of Defense list of Veteran Education Benefits

Texas Scholarships

Dept. of Veterans Affairs Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program

AMVETS National Service Foundations Annual Scholarships

Military Family Scholarships

U.S. Veterans Center
1305 W. Magnolia, Suite B, Fort Worth, Texas; Phone: 817-921-9095

U.S. Veterans Outpatient Clinic
300 W. Rosedale St., Fort Worth, Texas; Phone: 817-335-2202

U.S. Veterans Medical Center
4500 S. Lancaster Rd., #140, Dallas, Texas; Phone: 214-857-1151

U.S. Veterans Center
5232 Forest Lane, Dallas, Texas; 214-361-5896

Tarrant County Veteran Services
1200 Circle Drive, #300, Fort Worth, Texas; Phone: 817-531-5645