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Services exist to address many of these challenges, but they are not integrated. Eligibility requirements can be confusing and many veterans get discouraged when they get help. MISSION UNITED™ connects veterans and their families with real people whose job it is to say "yes".  By using 2-1-1, a 24/7 confidential community helpline, veterans and active duty service members get streamlined access to any of the following services: 

  • Employment Services
  • Legal Assistance
  • Education
  • Health Care
  • Stable Housing

MISSION UNITED is available in 20 United Way locations and growing.

United Way Location
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
United Way of Northern Santa Barbara County Santa Maria, CA
United Way of Citrus County Crystal River, FL
United Way of Barry County Hastings, MI

 

SUPPORT MISSION UNITED 

The challenges that veterans face are too big and complex for any single organization to solve alone.  In each of the 1,100 communities we serve in the U.S., we have the relationships and the expertise needed to fight for lasting change that benefits everyone. Through MISSION UNITED we fight for those who fought for us. 

MISSION UNITED was created in 2013 by a veteran in conjunction with the United Way of Broward County, Florida. Since then, more than 12,000 veterans in Florida and New York have received essential assistance through the United Way MISSION UNITED program.