There are many different sources where it is possible to get financial assistance:
Veteran Families United (Lists several grantors)
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) helps military families and veterans with financial issues including:
Free Credit Monitoring for Active Duty and National Guard
If you’re active duty or in the National Guard, you can get free credit monitoring under a new Federal Trade Commission rule. To enroll in the program, visit the military monitoring web page for each of the three nationwide credit monitoring agencies:
Credit monitoring services alert you to changes to your credit file like a new credit card or loan in your name. These might signal fraudulent charges and/or identity theft. Now that you're aware, you can dispute the charges or take corrective action.
This is a website full of great resources for emergency aid.
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This is a great resource listing more great resources.
If you are in debt and want to know what to do, visit this site.
Provides immediate assistance for emergency communications services and financial assistance, information and referral, and deployment services.
Referral Services Emergency Communication Deployment Services Financial Assistance Veteran Services
Provides free assistance to qualified veterans and surviving spouses in applying for Aid and Attendance pension benefits.
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