Serving those who have selflessly served our country
At ViaQuest, we feel honored to be able to help the individuals and families that have sacrificed so much for us. With access to our comprehensive suite of services, veterans and reservists under ViaQuest’s care are surrounded by a qualified, VA-licensed support system. Whether we’re helping a reservist find career employment opportunities, counseling a veteran with PTSD, or supporting a military family dealing with a life-limiting illness, ViaQuest is dedicated to providing comprehensive, compassionate support that allows individuals to meet their personal goals.
Our Veterans Service offerings include:
: enabling veterans and family members to live with dignity, while experiencing quality of life with family and loved ones
- RRVT/RRVP Programs
: offering veterans suffering from TBI and PTSD the support they need for long-term recovery and reintegration
- Psychiatric & Behavioral Solutions
: providing emotional, mental and behavioral healthcare (i.e. PTSD, TBI, family, financial, transitional, Tele-med, Tele-psych services available in rural/outlying areas)
- Educational Services
: providing vocational training, continuing education and certification/licensing training for veterans who are unemployed or underemployed
- Pre-Employment Services
: providing career counseling, career preparation, career selection and placement
- Post-Employment Services
: providing job coaching and case management at the employer’s place of business
- Residential Services
: providing housing, home-based supports, and transportation for homeless and disabled veterans
- Diversity & Inclusion Services
Along with our services and specialties, we partner with VA hospitals, rehabilitation clinics and residential centers, active-duty military bases, veteran homeless shelters, and other organizations to ensure we deliver comprehensive care that is tailored to the needs of our servicemen and women.
The ViaQuest Difference
Frank had served in the Marines during the Korean War and was injured while stationed abroad in 1952. After being honorably discharged that same year, he returned home and went on to raise a family, unaware that he could be receiving benefits for his time serving his country.
ViaQuest learned of Frank’s story and immediately reached out. Through their resources and connections, ViaQuest Veterans Services was able to help Frank receive a $6,000 check from the VA. In addition, he will now receive a $500 check every month, for life.