Helping our Veterans & their families transition into post-military lives through:
 
Coaching to help you find a meaningful new career
 
Assistance in obtaining all the benefits you have earned
 
Connections to resources in your community to fulfill all your needs
 
 
Upcoming Events & News from Still Serving Veterans
 
 
Mission Statement

Still Serving Veterans (SSV) is empowering Veterans and their families to optimally transition into post-military lives through assistance in obtaining all the VA benefits and services they have earned and deserve, through job-readiness training and connections to Veteran-friendly businesses that are ready to hire, and through quality referrals to existing local, state, and national services to ensure that all needs are met.


                    
 


 

Siemens CAD/CAM Training 
Siemens is offering free Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) training to veterans at any one of Siemens PLM Software's 22 training locations.
For more details and to register please contact
 

 The Seal of Distinction (“Seal”) is a new program based around the Endowment’s metric-driven, venture philanthropy model of treating applications from prospective grant recipients like business plans. The award will recognize those organizations in the veteran employment space that have achieved the highest levels of effectiveness and efficiency in placing veterans in jobs. This award will give them an opportunity to showcase their success and access more resources.

   

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Still Serving Veterans works to empower Veterans and their families to optimally transition into post-military lives through workforce development, assistance obtaining all the benefits and services they have earned and deserve, and quality referrals to existing local, State, and National services. SSV staff is comprised of Veterans as well as civilians with extensive experience working with Veterans and their families. Staff has daily interactions with Veterans, works with Veteran Businesses, and coordinates employment opportunities with the 450 SDVOBs in Alabama. SSV staff also attends, and are members of, local interagency meetings so that they might address the Health and Human Service needs of Madison County. As a member of the North Alabama Veterans Fraternal Organizations Coalition (NAVFOC), SSV conducts monthly meetings with each agency to communicate the needs of our Veterans in Madison County and beyond. SSV also partners with OneStop Career Centers, The Department of Veteran Affairs, and the local Vet Center whose mission is to provide counseling to Veterans.   

This community supported effort is making a significant difference in the lives of our Veteran heroes and their families through one-on-one, caring case management and advocacy focused on maximization of benefits and services, job placement, and career transition. SSV also serves as a proactive clearing house/control center linking Veterans with existing government, public, and private sector support services. In 2013 SSV conducted 5487 one-on-one counseling sessions for Veterans, helped 173 Veterans secure meaningful new careers, opened 644 new Veteran cases, and secured over $9.6 million in new benefits, services, and salaries for our Veteran clients and their families.

 
FEIN: 20-4515040
Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) #12606
Still Serving Veterans (SSV)
Contact us at admin@stillservingveterans.org
Huntsville Office
224 Spragins St. NW, Huntsville, Alabama 35801
Phone (256) 883-7035 | Fax (256) 883-7166
East Alabama/Opelika/Fort Benning Office

3601C Summerville Road, Phenix City, AL  36867

Phone (334) 384-9111 | Fax (334) 384-9112
 
 
 
 
 
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