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Employment Resources

Information about help available to veterans who are looking for jobs.

GI Bill Comparison Tool

The GI Bill Comparison Tool provides key information about college affordability and brings together information from more than 17 different online sources and three federal agencies, including the number of students receiving VA education benefits at each school.

Military Legal Assistance and Civil Cases

Many civil legal matters can be handled by a military legal assistance attorney at no cost to servicemembers. Civil matters include such things as housing problems, family issues like divorce and custody, money matters such as debt collection, asserting your rights under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, and more. The following information should provide you some guidance on how to get help for these types of issues.

National Veterans Foundation

Website for veterans and servicemembers. The organization also runs a Lifeline for Veterans (888.777.4443).

StatesideLegal.org

Do you know there is a new web to assist military members, veterans, and their families to get legal help?

StatesideLegal.org Web Site

A website of federal legal rights and resources important to veterans.

Vocational Education Counseling

Information about career counseling available to veterans.

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service

Information about employment and independent living services for veterans.

Employment Resources

Information about help available to veterans who are looking for jobs.

GI Bill Comparison Tool

The GI Bill Comparison Tool provides key information about college affordability and brings together information from more than 17 different online sources and three federal agencies, including the number of students receiving VA education benefits at each school.

Military Legal Assistance and Civil Cases

Many civil legal matters can be handled by a military legal assistance attorney at no cost to servicemembers. Civil matters include such things as housing problems, family issues like divorce and custody, money matters such as debt collection, asserting your rights under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, and more. The following information should provide you some guidance on how to get help for these types of issues.

Montana Veteran's Resource Guide

Helpful resources and contact information for Montana veterans. Includes information for national and local resources.

National Veterans Foundation

Website for veterans and servicemembers. The organization also runs a Lifeline for Veterans (888.777.4443).

National Veterans Technical Assistance Center

Useful website regarding vets' employment and education issues.

StatesideLegal.org

Do you know there is a new web to assist military members, veterans, and their families to get legal help?

StatesideLegal.org Web Site

A website of federal legal rights and resources important to veterans.

The Stateside Legal Advocate Tool Kit

The Stateside Legal Advocate Tool Kit provides resources designed for legal aid and private attorney advocates who are working with veterans, service providers or their families on tax matters, VA disability comp claims, or other civil legal questions related to military status. There are also resources about the VA accreditation process.

Vocational Education Counseling

Information about career counseling available to veterans.

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service

Information about employment and independent living services for veterans.

Your Job Rights and Military Service

Information about your job rights as a military member.

The Stateside Legal Advocate Tool Kit

The Stateside Legal Advocate Tool Kit provides resources designed for legal aid and private attorney advocates who are working with veterans, service providers or their families on tax matters, VA disability comp claims, or other civil legal questions related to military status. There are also resources about the VA accreditation process.

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