United Way MISSION UNITED enables military veterans and their families to successfully acclimate back to civilian life. Veterans can face challenges transitioning from active duty, and too many find themselves homeless, jobless, or unable to access treatment for substance abuse, brain injury, or other physical and mental health issues. MISSION UNITED is a free program that coordinates community services for veterans and their families, connecting them to affordable housing, job training, health care and other resources. By forming a coordinated network of community partners, MISSION UNITED provides veterans and their families with a single entry point to the help they need.
In 2013, a veteran worked with United Way of Broward County, Florida to create MISSION UNITED. Since then, more than 12,000 veterans in Florida and New York have received essential assistance through the United Way MISSION UNITED program. Now, we’re expanding MISSION UNITED to other communities across the U.S. where veterans still lack access to essential services.
MISSION UNITED is available in 17 United Way locations and growing.
|United Way of Central Alabama||Birmingham, AL|
|United Way of Broward County||Fort Lauderdale, FL|
|Heart of Florida United Way||Orlando, FL|
|United Way of Miami-Dade||Miami, FL|
|United Way Suncoast||Tampa, FL|
|United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee Counties||Fort Myers, FL|
|United Way of Central Georgia||Macon, GA|
|United Way of Central Maryland||Baltimore, MD|
|United Way of Long Island||Deer Park, NY|
|United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania||Pittsburgh, PA|
|United Way of the Piedmont||Spartanburg, SC|
|United Way of Tarrant County||Fort Worth, TX|
|United Way of Greater Houston||Houston, TX|
|United Way of South Hampton Roads||Norfolk, VA|
|United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region||Poughkeepsie, NY|
|United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County||San Antonio, TX|
|United Way of Greater Atlanta||Atlanta, GA|