Veterans’ resources in Cleveland
Check out this list of helpful links for veterans in Ohio.
Cleveland, Ohio, also known as Believeland, has been a beacon of hope for the Midwest in recent months. With the glory of a national championship that the Cleveland Cavaliers have brought to northeast Ohio and the success of the Cleveland Indians, it is hard to feel anything but optimistic in this great city. Cleveland has a multitude of organizations and outreach efforts to bring that same sense of optimism to veterans in need. We at Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio are proud of the services and programs we offer our clients and encourage you to take a look at this list of other available resources throughout Cleveland.
The Volunteers of America Veterans Resource Center
The Volunteers of America Veterans Resource Center in Cleveland provides transitional housing for veterans, our homeless veterans employment program, a mental health treatment program and Stand Down resource fairs.
775 E. 152 St.
Cleveland, OH 44110
The Disabled Veterans Foundation
The Disabled Veterans Foundation provides direct services to disabled veterans in need as well as their families.
The Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, as part of the Department of Veteran Affairs, provides veterans with outstanding health care services.
10701 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
The Veterans Affairs Cleveland Community Resource and Referral Center
The Veterans Affairs Cleveland Community Resource and Referral Center is a step in the VA's initiative to end veteran homelessness with outreach services, a central intake center and more.
The Cuyahoga County Veterans Service Commission
The Cuyahoga County Veterans Service Commission assists honorably discharged veterans, their spouses and minor children with preparing claims to receive compensation, helps with mortgage and daily expenses and provides other valuable resources.
1849 Prospect Avenue, Ground Floor
Cleveland, OH 44115
Updated: 20 October 2016