- Veterans Resource Directory
- Veterans Online Application
- Texas Armed Services Scholarship
- Military Scholarships and Grants
- Paralyzed Veterans of America's Vocational Rehabilitation Program
- Wounded Warrior Project's "Warriors to Work"
- Texas Veterans Commission
- Benefits for Texas Veterans
- Texas Veterans Home, Land, & Home Improvement Loans
- National Military Family Association
- Center for Women Veterans
- VA HealtheVet
- Emergency Assistance
- Frequently Asked Questions
- View your invitation to the Armed Forces Day Military Ball, Saturday, May 18, 2013
- Join VetFriends, the largest online veteran community.
- Register at College Credit For Heroes to receive credit for your military service to our country.
- Microsoft's Elevate America Veterans program offers U.S. military veterans, and their eligible spouses, vouchers for no-cost IT skills training and certification.
- Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center now offers Secure Messaging, a new and secure online communication tool.
- CAC (Common Access Card) reader available at Veterans Services
- Important Websites for Veterans
- OEF/OIF veterans, reservists, and active duty service members invited to participate in Traumatic Brain Injury Research
- GI Bill Benefits for Older Veterans; Congress Expands Educational Benefits for Unemployed Veterans
President Obama signed a bill that will provide an extra year of GI Bill benefits to older veterans of past wars. The bill, the only part of Mr. Obama’s jobs package to pass Congress so far, will also provide tax breaks of up to $9,600 for companies that hire unemployed veterans. The education benefit will be available to veterans ages 35 to 60 who enroll in programs leading to certificates or associate degrees at community and technical colleges.
- Active military and veterans, learn strategies for dealing with problems caused by blast-related brain injury or cognitive deficits.
- Women's Resource Center and Dress For Success provide business suit for interviews to women who cannot afford one.