Veterans’ resources in Cincinnati
Take a look at all of the helpful veterans' programs across Cincinnati, Ohio.
At Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio, we're dedicated to helping veterans, from our Veterans Resource Center to teaming up with the esteemed Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Across Ohio, we are helping over 4,000 veterans each year. In Cincinnati, we're proud to provide veterans resources like job training,housing assistance, mental illness diagnosis, group classes, substance abuse treatment and many more services.
If you would like to support our veterans after they’ve come home you can make an automobile donation. Proceeds of the auto auctions go toward funding these life-saving veterans resources in Cincinnati.
Volunteers of America Veterans Resource Center in Cincinnati
The Volunteers of America Veterans Resource Center in Cincinnati is a 54-bed facility that gives veterans a safe and secure home while connecting them with benefits and needed community resources.
Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center
3200 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45220
US Veteran Resources
US Veteran Resources helps veterans and their widows understand the Aid and Attendance benefit and what steps are necessary to qualify.
The Cincinnati Vet Center
The Cincinnati Vet Center operates as part of the VA, providing post-war readjustment counseling to veterans and their families.
801B W. 8th St. Suite 126
Cincinnati, OH 45203
Hamilton County Veterans Service Commission of Cincinnati
The Hamilton County Veterans Service Commission of Cincinnati provides financial assistance to veterans, active duty Armed Forces members or their dependent family members who reside in the county.
230 E. 9th Rm. 1100
Cincinnati, OH 45202
We believe in helping all people reach their full potential and are proud to help serve veterans in need.
You have the power to help veterans
Did you know that when you donate your car, boat, motorcycle or RV to Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio, you can provide 10 days of housing and supportive services for a homeless veteran? Getting rid of that old car in your driveway can make a big difference for Cincinnati veterans who need access to valuable resources.
Updated: March 7, 2018