Midwest Military Outreach

Supporting those who serve and their families

General Resources

  • Iowa's Veterans Affairs

    The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.
  • Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America

    IAVA is the first and largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. With over 200,000 Member Veterans and supporters nationwide, IAVA strives to build the New Greatest Generation. Our programs empower our community online and offline, and include health, employment, education and community (HEEC) resources.
  • Make the Connection

    Make the Connection provides personal video testimonials and resources to help Veterans discover ways to improve their lives. The site also provides informational resources on mental health conditions such as PTSD and depression, and symptoms of problems such as drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Mesothelioma Group

    GET FREE VA CLAIMS ASSISTANCE If you’ve been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you’re entitled to benefits and compensation from the VA. This compensation can pay for your treatment and improve your quality of life. Our free Veterans Guide will help you navigate the VA claims process and get the benefits you deserve.
  • Military Rape Crisis Center

    The Military Rape Crisis Center (MRCC) strives to unite agencies engaged in the elimination of sexual violence in the United States Armed Forces. MRCC provides case management, victim advocacy, support groups, education, research and training.
  • National Resource Directory

  • National Veterans Foundation (NVF)

    The National Veterans Foundation (NVF) has taken reasonable steps to vet this list of Veteran resources. We believe them to be good programs working in good faith to assist veterans. In some cases, we have a direct experience in working with these organizations. In other cases, we are recommending them based on their reputation and the information we have available. The NVF does not guarantee any particular outcome from any of these resources and is not liable for any negative outcomes any group or individual may experience.
  • Operation Engage America

    Let's start putting those organizations together with America now. Let's engage America in the process. Operation Engage America (OEA) is on a mission: to offer support, awareness, education and resources to veterans and others living with Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), their families and the communities that support them. Our goal is to have a grassroots event every June (PTSD Awareness month) in as many communities across America as possible.
  • Support Siouxland Soldiers

    Support Siouxland Soldiers is a non-profit (501c3) organization that provides: Food for Veterans Emergency Relief Grants for Homeless or Near Homeless Veterans Sends Care-packages to our deployed Troops Provides Christmas presents to Military Children Provides rental assistance to homeless or near homeless Veterans
  • The Gallant Few

    GallantFew, Inc’s (501(c)3 Non-Profit) mission is to reduce US Army Ranger veteran unemployment, homelessness and eliminate Ranger veteran suicide by a unique program of one-on-one mentoring by a Ranger veteran, now successful in civilian business, with a Ranger veteran just departed active duty. This effort is called the Darby Project (in honor of WWII’s Darby’s Rangers). Our dream is to one day be able to assist every honorably discharged veteran from every branch of the service.

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