Resources – Military/Veterans

VA Mobile Medical Outreach Team – Aug 23

2018-07-11T22:49:04+00:00

Attention all Military Veterans!  No Appointment Necessary! Thursday, August 23 - 10am to 2 pm Where:  Pleasanton Public Library The VA Palo Alto Health Care system Rural Health Mobile Medical team will provide examination, consultations and referrals.  If you are not currently in the VA system, bring an extra cop of your DD-214. More information: 

VA Mobile Medical Outreach Team – Aug 232018-07-11T22:49:04+00:00

East Bay Stand Down, EBSD – 2018

2018-08-06T16:54:39+00:00

East Bay Stand Down is a consortium of community organization coming together to provide a four-day event every other year that bring together nine-county homeless and at-risk military Veterans living in the Bay Area of California, connecting them with service.  EBSD will be held 13-16 September 2018 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton. To help

East Bay Stand Down, EBSD – 20182018-08-06T16:54:39+00:00

Pleasanton Military Families

2017-08-16T23:30:39+00:00

Pleasanton Military Families is a support group for family and friends of our local military men and women. Founded in 2003, at the beginning of the Global War on Terror, there was a need for an outlet to talk about our children, husbands, wives, and friends fighting this war. We survived on compassionate support from

Pleasanton Military Families2017-08-16T23:30:39+00:00

Army Emergency Relief, AER

2017-08-13T22:18:09+00:00

AER is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization and is dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of its Own." AER financial assistance is conducted within the Army structure by mission commanders and garrison commanders through AER Sections located at U.S. Army installations worldwide.  At Army Emergency Relief we help Soldiers and Families like

Army Emergency Relief, AER2017-08-13T22:18:09+00:00

12 Step Meetings

2017-08-13T21:46:17+00:00

CrossWinds Church hosts Christ-centered 12 Step Meetings with separate meetings for: General Introduction to the 12 Steps, Substance Abuse, and Co-Dependency. The traditional practices of the 12 Step Program will be stressed. When: Dates and times to be determined. Contact:  Brie Lorey or call (925) 560-3800 for more information

12 Step Meetings2017-08-13T21:46:17+00:00

Department of Veterans Affairs / Department of Defense – Employment Resource Tool

2017-08-13T20:05:24+00:00

Ebenefits, an online platform developed by the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense provides military veterans with tools necessary for job search, resume building, and military skill transfer.  Additionally Ebenefits visitors receive up-to-date information on virtual and local veteran job fairs. Visit: https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/homepage, See Employment Center  

Department of Veterans Affairs / Department of Defense – Employment Resource Tool2017-08-13T20:05:24+00:00

Veterans Resource Center- City of Pleasanton Library

2017-08-12T22:50:20+00:00

City of Pleasanton Library offers Veterans information and resources about employment, education, healthcare, housing, benefits, and Proof of Service Form DD214.  Visit or contact the Adult Reference Desk at the City of Pleasanton Library.  Free Services included, Wi-Fi, computers with printing, document scanning, resume consultation, legal consultation and financial coaching for Post 9/11 Vets.  The

Veterans Resource Center- City of Pleasanton Library2017-08-12T22:50:20+00:00

East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP)

2018-02-27T00:44:49+00:00

EBCRP has provided substance abuse, mental health, and other health related services since 1989. With locations in Oakland and Hayward, California, we offer a full range of services from residential treatment for women and children to intensive counseling and vocational training. Youth and Families - Project Pride has assisted women and their children since 1993.

East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP)2018-02-27T00:44:49+00:00

Military Peer Support Group

2017-08-12T19:57:06+00:00

The Military Peer Support Group is a mutual self-help non-denominational group for all military veterans.  We meet once a month to  provide a safe environment where one can openly discuss the difficulties of coping with thoughts and feeling associated with military service, past combat operations, and the difficulties associated with returning to life outside the

Military Peer Support Group2017-08-12T19:57:06+00:00