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Bridging the Military-Civilian Divide

Below are resources and stories related to benefits

Who’s really benefiting from the GI Bill?

   Is GI Bill benefiting for-profit colleges instead of helping veterans? | PBS Newshour

How funds from the federal G.I. Bill are flowing to for-profit schools, even though, all too frequently, veterans’ prospects are…(more)

benefits counseling

   Benefits counseling at multiple community locations

The Bexar County Veterans Service Office is offering benefits counseling and other assistance at multiple community locations. Officials are on…(more)

Fry Scholarship for surviving spouses

   VA expands Fry Scholarship to include surviving spouses

Surviving spouses of service members who died on active duty after Sept. 10, 2001, can now apply for the Fry…(more)

Brian Posten

   Coming Home San Antonio | Brian Posten

Brian and Kim Posten have been through a lot. For Brian, an accident in Iraq left him with a traumatic…(more)

Iraqi War veteran

   Hear what veterans are saying

Hear veterans open up about their experiences and challenges, in video clips from an event held by KLRN public television…(more)

Book, notebook, and calculator in classroom.

   Factors to Consider When Choosing a School: A guide before using the GI Bill

Making informed decisions about how to use your benefits and how they can best meet your needs means doing a…(more)

   Books for and about veterans

Discover books written for veterans, their families and anyone else who wants to know what veterans go through.

   Texas Veterans Commission

The Texas Veterans Commission provides claims representation and counseling, employment services, oversight of education and training, and grants.

A female airman working on a weapons system.

   Center for Women Veterans

A new site that provides outreach to female service members and female veterans who have questions about health care, benefits…(more)

   Disability Benefits For Wounded Warriors

Social Security disability benefits for wounded warriors receive priority processing and are separate, distinct and in addition to VA benefits.