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    The Veterans Guard

    The Veterans Guard Facebook group supports veterans with any issues that have arisen from their service. They will also help find local resources to assist veterans in times of financial hardships.

    Military OneSource


    Service members, family members, surviving family members, service providers and leaders rely on Military OneSource for policy, procedures, timely articles, cutting-edge social media tools and support. All in one place, empowering our military community.


    Army One Source (AOS)

    AOS State Community Support Coordinator servicing Louisiana is Vicky Williams.

    She can be reached at 601-634-5777 and by email at vwilliams@afsc.com.



    Transitioning Soldiers and Veterans: 




    Help Getting Treated

    Addiction Center

    Drug trafficking and homegrown operations contribute to the availability of many types of drugs within the state, including methamphetamine and heroin. Because of Louisiana's diversified drug landscape, Louisiana has become a melting pot for many types of substance abuse disorders.



    Mesothelioma Center ‚Äč

    Veterans comprise more than 30 percent of all mesothelioma cases in the United States. Because all branches of the military relied on asbestos in the past, and builders overseas still do, veterans are more likely than others to develop asbestos-related diseases. This center offers free VA Claims assistance to veterans exposed to asbestos. Veterans can access a monthly online support group where a variety of topics pertaining to cancer patients are discussed.  An on-staff doctor and nurse are available to answer any medical-related questions.  Veterans can also access Patient Advocates that work 1-on-1 with individuals to help them find local doctors, treatment centers and support groups.



    TRICARE has emerged as a critical resource for many active and reserve military.  If insured, click here for active drug and mental health centers within the state.