Broward County Elderly & Veterans Services Division
Provides assistance to veterans, their widows dependents and dependent survivors regardless of age or other status. Services are focused on attainment and/or maintenance of self-sufficiency.
Department of Florida Military Order of the Purple Heart
The purpose of the Department of Florida, Military Order of the Purple Heart of the United States of America (MOPH USA) is to foster patriotic allegiance to the United States of America, fidelity to its Constitution and laws, the security of civil liberty, the permanence of free institutions, allegiance to the constitution and laws of the State of Florida and its political subdivisions by serving as an educational, fraternal, historical and patriotic body to perpetuate the core ideals and principles upon which the United States of America was created.
Directory of Regional Florida VA Facilities
Disabled American Veterans Chapter #28, Polk County, FL
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 78, New Port Richey, FL
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 83, Brandon, FL
Disabled American Veterans-Department of Florida
The D.A.V. is a nonpolitical organization. We endorse no political candidates and we have no P.A.C.’s. Our National Headquarters are in Cincinnati and Washington and our State Headquarters is in Micanopy, Florida.. More than 98% of the D.A.V. professional and management staff are disabled in some way shape or form themselves. Our focus is to serve veterans and their families. To help empower the veteran and their families to build a better lives for Disabled American Veterans.
Disabled Veterans of America Chapter 6, St Augustine, FL
Escambia County/Pensacola Veterans
Support and information.
Florida Department of Veterans Affairs
Help Florida veterans, their families and survivors to improve their health and economic well-being through quality benefits information, advocacy, education and long term health services.
Florida Ski Council: Disabled Veterans Winter Sport Clinic
Takes service disabled veterans on ski outings.
Friends of Israel Disabled Veterans-Florida Chapter
Support and information.
Hernando County Veteran Services
Our Veteran Services Officers are here to assist you with obtaining the services and benefits you are entitled to as a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.
New Horizons Service Dogs
New Horizons Service Dogs is a non-profit 501(c)(3)organization that partners trained dogs with the disabled, mostly in the area of wheelchair and mobility assistance.
North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System-Women Veterans Program
The Women’s Primary Care Clinic offers a full continuum of comprehensive medical services for our female veterans.
Northeast Florida Veterans Council
NEFVC is a unified voice for lobby and veteran rights, made up of veterans organizations from the Greater Jacksonville Area. We are committed to representing the interests of our veteran community to city and state government in order to further the causes therein.
Palm Beach County Veterans Services
Assists and counsels former and current members of the Armed Forces who reside in Palm Beach County. Services include assistance in preparing and filing claims for benefits for which they are entitled under federal, state, and local laws. Dependents and survivors of present or former members of the Armed Forces may be eligible for the services of this program.
Santa Rosa County Veterans Service
Our Veteran Service office has friendly staff to assist veterans and their families for any benefits they may be entitled.
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) FL Post 3227-Osceola
Veterans Support Organization-South Florida Chapter
The Veterans Support Organization (VSO), which was founded in 2001, is a 501C3 non-profit charitable organization that helps homeless, needy, and disabled veterans in the areas surrounding our offices.