THE TRANSITION The transition to civilian life is difficult and challenging. Many Veterans after leaving the Military go through a period of time commonly referred to as the â€œRed Zone.â€?
During this period many experience; -Loss of identity -Loss of camaraderie -Loss of structure -Loss of purpose
They may also experience; -Relationship problems -Medical issues -Anger/depression -Alcohol/substance abuse
33 Years Old
Over 1.5 million
is the average age of a soldier who was retired due to injury or disability
Veterans currently living in Texas
commit suicide every day, that is one suicide every 65 minutes
Nearly 50% of returning Veterans from Iraq and/or Afghanistan have significant readjustment difficulties.
30% of Veterans develop symptoms of PTSD
Heroes Night Out Veterans Resource Center It exists and strives to provide a family friendly environment while connecting Active Duty Personnel, Veterans and their families with resources available through Non-Profits, Veteran Service Organizations, local, state and federal agencies.
Assistance, support, counseling and information is provided at no cost.
On-Site Services Include Peer Support
Financial / Home Services
Peer to Peer Support Coffee & Donuts
Texas Workforce Commission
Fireside chats with other veterans
Veteran Home Loan Specialist
Veterans United Home Loans Relocation Specialists
1st Friday Family Dinners
Financial Awareness Benefits
United Health Care Licensed Sales Representative
Direct Vet Assistance Veteran Center Counselor
Computer / Internet Access
Onsite Computer Lab
This Is What The Veterans Are Saying; “This is the Best Place to go and relax and meet other veterans. The Staff is amazing. The Counselors are so helpful. I have met many wonderful people here.” – A.D.
“Love this place! The people are very welcoming! Feels comfortable being around other Vets.” – T.B.
“Love these people! Very Helpful and people actually care.” – RM
“Great place to find resources and connect with other Veterans.” – R.G.
“My first visit and I felt very comfortable and welcomed. The Staff was very professional and personable.” – J.C.
“An amazing organization taking care of Vets. I can’t put into words how much this organization has helped me and my little family. I love you guys! – M.D.
Our Ask Your Donations impact lives! Please help us continue our work.
We are funded by the generosity of our Supporters and Sponsors. Please consider making a monthly or annual donation to support us in serving our Military Community.
You can DONATE on our website at www.HeroesNightOut.org or mail a check to Heroes Night Out, 1150 S. Bell Blvd. Bldg #5 Cedar Park, Texas 78613
IN-KIND DONATIONS ACCEPTED. We are always in need of coffee, sodas, water, sponsors for our Peer to Peer dinners.
VOLUNTEERS are always welcomed.
4 Heroes Night Out Veterans Resource Center • a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization 1150 South Bell Boulevard, Cedar Park, Texas 78613 • 512-986-7660 • heroesnightout.org