Veteran service organizations offer a broad range of services that include assistance with filing Veteran's Association claims, assisting with career searches, providing information on post-traumatic stress disorder, and providing support to the mothers of deceased soldiers. Each individual service organization provides particular core services that vary from one organization to the other.
The African-American Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Association provides information on PTSD, including symptoms and treatments. The American Veterans Association helps veterans enter the job market after their military career is over. They also assist veterans in finding scholarships for a university education. Membership in the American Veterans Association includes benefits such as discounts on hotels, vacation planning and prescription drugs.
Operation Comfort Warriors distributes comfort items not typically provided by the federal government, such as DVDs, electronic devices and more. It also helps veterans build their savings through financial planning and advisement. This organization educates veterans about the range of benefits they can receive from both the state and national government.
American Gold Star Mothers of America organizes mothers who have lost a son or daughter during military service. This is a community-oriented service organization that provides support networks through regular social events. They also conduct fundraisers to construct memorials to fallen soldiers.