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The Raider Project
General Service Area:   Nationwide
The Raider Project seeks to facilitate a peaceful, successful transition from active military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose for MARSOC and USMC combat Veterans. They accomplish their mission through peer-to-peer counseling, sending Veterans through trauma counseling, marital counseling, unconventional brain treatments for Traumatic Brain Injuries and Post-Traumatic Stress, and disorders of the brain and central nervous system, short-term financial assistance, resume coaching and small business support, get-away retreats and fishing trips, as well as community sports programs.

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Therapeutic Riding of Tucson
General Service Area:   AZ
Service Area Specifics:   Tuscon
Therapeutic Riding of Tucson (TROT) enriches the lives of people with special needs using equine-assisted activities and therapies to improve physical, mental, social and emotional well being. Since 2006, TROT has collaborated with the Southern Arizona Veterans Administration to offer therapeutic riding services to injured U.S. Veterans in the Tucson Region.

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TriWest Healthcare Alliance
General Service Area:   AZ, CA, NV, NM
The TriWest Healthcare Alliance provides information regarding the Veterans Choice Program (VCP).

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U.S. Vets, Arizona
General Service Area:   AZ
Service Area Specifics:   Phoenix (Maricopa County), Prescott (Yavapai County)
The mission of U.S. Vets is the successful transition of military Veterans and their families through the provision of housing, counseling, career development, and comprehensive support.

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U.S. Vets, California
General Service Area:   CA
Service Area Specifics:   Inglewood, Inland Empire, Long Beach, Los Angeles
The mission of U.S. Vets is the successful transition of military Veterans and their families through the provisions of housing, counseling, career development, and comprehensive support.

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U.S. Vets, Hawaii
General Service Area:   HI
Service Area Specifics:   Oahu (Hawaii County)
The mission of U.S. Vets is the successful transition of military Veterans and their families through the provision of housing, counseling, career development, and comprehensive support.

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U.S. Vets, Nevada
General Service Area:   NV
Service Area Specifics:   Las Vegas (Clark County)
The mission of U.S. Vets is the successful transition of military veterans and their families through the provisions of housing, counseling, career development, and comprehensive support.

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U.S. Vets, Texas
General Service Area:   TX
Service Area Specifics:   Houston (Harris County area)
The mission of U.S. Vets is the successful transition of military Veterans and their families through the provision of housing, counseling, career development, and comprehensive support.

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VA Community Based Outpatient Clinics of Arizona
General Service Area:   AZ
Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) are designed to bring primary care services to Veterans. To locate a local CBOC, click the 'Show More' button for contact and location information.

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VA Healthcare System Great Lakes
General Service Area:   IL, MI, WI
The VA Great Lakes Health Care System, a group of seven VA medical centers and over thirty VA clinics, is dedicated to providing a comprehensive health care package to America's Veterans.

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VA Healthcare System Heart of Texas
General Service Area:   TX
VA Heart of Texas Healthcare system encompasses most of the state of Texas and has administrative offices in Arlington and San Antonio. Currently, this system oversees 7 medical centers: VA North Texas, Central Texas, West Texas, Amarillo, El Paso, South Texas and Valley Coastal Bend. In FY 17, Houston will join VISN 17 as well bringing the number of healthcare systems to 8.

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VA Healthcare System Northwest
General Service Area:   AK, ID, OR, WA
The VA Healthcare Northwest network of facilities is comprised of eight parent facilities that include two tertiary care hospitals and three other acute care inpatient facilities, 51 additional outpatient clinics, and three Mobile Medical Units. Other services include Community Living Centers, Domiciliaries, and 17 readjustment counseling centers.

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VA Healthcare System of Maryland
General Service Area:   DC, MD, WV
The Veterans Affairs (VA) Maryland Healthcare System is a dynamic and progressive health care organization dedicated to providing quality, compassionate and accessible care and service to Maryland's Veterans.

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VA Healthcare System of Mid-Atlantic
General Service Area:   NC, VA
In recent years the Mid-Atlantic Health Care Network has been rated among the best Networks in VA on clinical quality performance measures. This recognition is a tribute to their staff and a confirmation for their patients that they are receiving the very best in quality health care. Maintaining quality standards, improving access to care, and enhancing patient satisfaction are core goals for VA Mid-Atlantic Healthcare System.

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VA Healthcare System of MidSouth
General Service Area:   KY, TN, WV
The Department of Veterans Affairs MidSouth Healthcare Network is an integrated healthcare delivery system comprised of six Joint Commission accredited medical centers. More than 350,000 Veterans seek care annually.

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VA Healthcare System of New England
General Service Area:   CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT
The VA New England Healthcare System is one of 21 Veterans Integrated Service Networks (VISNs) within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Services are provided through primary care supported by eight Joint Commission accredited medical centers. There are locations throughout the six New England states and over 35 Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs), six nursing homes and two domiciliary locations.

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VA Healthcare System of Ohio
General Service Area:   IN, MI, OH
VA Ohio Healthcare System's newly integrated network is comprised of 10 medical centers and the independent Columbus, OH Ambulatory Care clinic and a network of 58 Community Based Outpatient Clinics. The network provides personalized, proactive, patient-centered care to more than 500,000 Veterans throughout the lower peninsula of Michigan, Ohio/Northern Kentucky and Indiana.

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VA Healthcare System of Pittsburgh
General Service Area:   DE, PA
The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System is home to national independent liver and renal transplant centers, a regional cardiac surgery center, a bariatric referral center, an oncology referral center, and a dialysis center. The healthcare system has earned recognition as a National Center of Clinical Excellence in women Veterans health programs and in renal dialysis.

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VA Healthcare System of Southeast
General Service Area:   AL, GA, SC
The VA Southeast Network serves the third largest Veteran population and encompasses an area containing VA medical centers and outpatient clinics in Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.

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VA Healthcare System of Sunshine Region
General Service Area:   FL, PR
Located in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida, the VA Sunshine Healthcare Network is the Nation’s largest system of hospitals and clinics serving a population of more than 1.5 million Veterans in a vast 64,153 square mile area spread across 79 counties in Florida, South Georgia, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.

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VA Healthcare System Rocky Mountain
General Service Area:   CO, MT, OK, UT, WY
The Rocky Moutain VA Healthcare System spans a geographic area of 540,000 square miles across 10 states and is the largest VISN in terms of geographic area in the 48 contiguous states.

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VA Healthcare System South Central
General Service Area:   AR, LA, MS, TX
South Central VA Health Care Network serves Veterans in, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and parts of Texas, Missouri, Alabama and Florida. More than 445,000 Veterans annually seek care from VA South Central's ten medical centers and 40 community based outpatient clinics.

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VA Healthcare System St. Louis
General Service Area:   IL, KS, MO
The VA St. Louis Health Care System provides inpatient and ambulatory care in medicine, surgery, psychiatry, neurology, and rehabilitation, and many other subspecialty areas. It is a two-division facility that serves Veterans and their families in east central Missouri and southwestern Illinois.

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VA Healthcare System Upstate New York
General Service Area:   NJ, NY
Service Area Specifics:   Northern New Jersey
VA Health Care Network Upstate New York consists of Albany Stratton, Bath, Canandaigua, Syracuse, and the Western New York Health Care System (Buffalo and Batavia) VA medical centers and twenty-nine community based outpatient clinics.

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VA Vet Centers of Alabama
General Service Area:   AL
Life isn't always easy after a deployment. That's where Vet Centers can help. Vet Centers across the country provide a broad range of counseling, outreach, and referral services to combat Veterans and their families. Vet Centers guide Veterans and their families through many of the major adjustments in lifestyle that often occur after a Veteran returns from combat. Services for a Veteran may include individual and group counseling in areas such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), alcohol and drug assessment, and suicide prevention referrals. All services are free of cost and are strictly confidential.

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