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“My case manager was wonderful, she cared about our problem and was very helpful. I had a call back from her in just hours after our online inquiry. Within a week I was talking to the person I really needed to get to. Thank you so very much.”

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Get connected with the resources you need to meet your goals.

We know transitioning isn’t easy. Whether you’re thinking about going back to school, entering the civilian workforce, struggling to make ends meet, dealing with stress or depression, or trying to navigate the VA healthcare system, IAVA’s Rapid Response Referral Program (RRRP) can help.

Our  Veteran Transition Managers  understand transition challenges and will act as your resource guide, advocate, and partner, working with you to find solutions. They can help you use the New GI Bill to pursue an education, or find the doctors that will help you get and stay healthy, physically or mentally.  No problem is too big or too small.

For free and confidential support click here.

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“I’m in a more stable place than I was a few weeks ago and things are starting to look up.”

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“Thank you. I've made an appointment with the Vet Center for Friday, I appreciate all your care and understanding. You may just have saved my life man.”

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