OARS

At Outreach and Resource Services, we provide re-entry services for women who served in the Armed Forces. We are all volunteers, people who have served our country during its time of need whether we went to war or just trained. It means so much to us here @OARS4Vets to be appreciated.

We understand the struggle. Please don’t give up! Many of us have been where you are right now and we made it through!!!! You will too! Stay strong. Stay steady. Reach out to a friend. Call us!

Look for more about us on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/OarsForWomenVets).
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Start a New Career

We are here to help our women veterans overcome obstacles they face in order to make the necessary adjustments to succeed in civilian life and achieve the highest quality of life available.

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We Can Help You Succeed

You tried to “go home and go back to the life you had” — it was impossible.  We are here to offer you the opportunity to get back up on your feet. Check us out!

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Join Us

Our membership is made up solely of women who served in the Armed Forces of the United States. This is what makes it possible to find your friends, your community, the rules, the laws, the rights, the benefits, and the ways you can find you way to the future you want.

Journey to Normal

Documentary on Vets

“Journey to Normal” is a soon-to-be-released ground breaking documentary that sheds light on the struggles of service women returning home from military deployments.

The Long Journey Home

DAV (Disabled American Veterans) is pleased to present this unprecedented report: Women Veterans: The Long Journey Home, a comprehensive study of the many challenges women face when they leave military service.