The Vet Center staff provides individuals, group, family, military sexual trauma, and bereavement counseling to combat veterans in the effort to make a satisfying transition from military to civilian life. The Morgantown based clinic has two full-time physicians that provide primary care and mental health services to veterans and their dependents. Monday-Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm. Monday-Thursday evening group therapy available. Individual counseling by request only.
Operation Welcome Home assists honorably discharged Veterans and their families transition back into the civilian community and become productive members of our community by providing linkages to services and support and opportunities for employment.
VetConnection, founded in 2010, serves United States military veterans by providing resources for vets and their families including: jobs, healthcare, job training, education, housing assistance, financial guidance, legal advice and more.
Contact for Veterans: Ashlee Walls, LCP
Resources for Veterans in West Virginia
If you are interested in learning more about what's happening in the state, the West Virginia Department of Veterans Assistance (WVDVA) is a great place to start. Its mission is to aid and advise honorably discharged West Virginia veterans and their qualifying dependents and to ensure they are provided the care, assistance and recognition they deserve.