National and Local Resources
New Facility Fund
Where Meetings Happen
A.A./ N.A. meetings are held in-person, online, or on the telephone. The members of each meeting decide when, where, and how often they will meet.
In-person meetings happen in a variety of places where a room can be rented. Meetings occur in places such as:
buildings dedicated to renting to recovery groups, such as clubhouses
Online and telephone meetings are also available. Various platforms are used depending on what the group members prefer. Some are video meetings where you see each other’s faces. At other online meetings, everyone's video is off. Still other meetings use a dial-in conference call number.
Department of veterans affairs
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is a Cabinet-level executive branch department of the federal government charged with providing life-long healthcare services to eligible military veterans at the 170 VA medical centers and outpatient clinics located throughout the country.
Pasco County Florida
The staff is familiar with laws and regulations governing federal, state and local benefits. The staff is prepared to assist clients with all necessary paperwork in order to obtain their rightful entitlements in the shortest possible time, including appeals preparation.Some of the services provided by the staff include but not limited to:
Military records search
We strive to provide information, tools and resources for working a 12 Step program (or any program using 12 step principles for recovery) in as simple and effective way as possible.
Warrior Wellness Program
Veterans Alternative, Inc. was established in 2014 to provide alternative therapies to Combat Veterans and their Spouses. Today, Veterans Alternative continues this mission through the Accelerated Wellness Program, which uses Accelerated Resolution Therapy and other alternative therapies to create a more healthy, connected and resilient Veteran population.