As part of MVPN, "through us you can find trust, camaraderie, and hope."
Pecan Valley Centers is proud to support our troops, past and present, with any challenges they face. As the Local Mental Health Authority, we want to ensure all Veterans and their families know we are a resource for mental health help. Through local peer groups, free counseling, and a variety of other services, we can help connect you and your loved one with help when needed.
If you or someone you know may need some assistance, please contact Robin Greer regarding Veteran Services.
Call or email her at (817) 579-4489; email@example.com.
"Bring Everyone In The Zone"
PTSD Support Group
Hood/Somervell County Peer to Peer Group
Granbury Group: 1st and 3rd Wednesday 6:00pm at Hood County Annex I
1410 W. Pearl St., Granbury, TX 76048
Palo Pinto County Peer to Peer Group
Veterans Group: 1:00pm (1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month) at VFW Post 2399 (1400 SE VFW Street, Mineral Wells)
Veteran Family Group: Every Wednesday 10am-Noon at VFW Post 2399 (1400 SE VFW Street, Mineral Wells)
Pecan Valley Centers Volunteer Claims Counselor
Mineral Wells: Lee Downs VFW Post 2399 940-325-2998
All other Counties: Tami Barker Nationally accredited Service Officer –by appointment only 254-965-1450
County Service Officers
Palo Pinto County: Clay Roundtree 940-659-1275 or 940-325-2998
Parker County – John Hale – Parker County Annex on Sante Fe Dr. 817-598-6153
Hood/Somervell County – Hood County Courthouse on the Square 817-579-3292
Erath County – Tami Barker – Erath County Courthouse Annex 254-965-1443
Johnson County – Kathryn Fasci – Johnson County Courthouse 817-556-6351
DD214 – Record of Military Service
"Keeping the Promise"
The Arlington Vet Center currently provides free counseling for eligible veterans and their families at Pecan Valley’s Granbury and Cleburne clinics. To schedule an appointment, please call 817-274-0981
The Vet Center provides counseling for:
· War-Zone Veterans & their Families
· Military Sexual Trauma
For more information about the Vet Center and eligibility contact the 24/7 Combat Call Center at:1-877-WAR-VETS (927-8387)
VA Vet Center Counselors (Free for qualifying Veterans)
North of I-20
Fort Worth Vet Center
6620 Westworth Blvd, Westworth Village
Ft. Worth, TX 76114
South of I-20
Tarrant County Vet Center
3337 W. Pioneer Pkwy, Northlake Center
Pantego, TX 76013
Free VA Claims Assistance
2nd Tuesday of every month
Mr. Lee Downs
Granbury VFW- 3670 U.S. 377, Granbury, TX 76048
(no appointment necessary)
Bring Awareness To Invisible Wounds Of War, BATIWOW on 1st Saturday in June at the VFW Post 2399 – Mineral Wells.
If you are a member of our military suffering from PTSD, TBI, MST, stress/anxiety, family issues, stressed, unhappy, angry, feeling grief or lack of self-esteem, having personal or family issues, or work life issues, Join other veterans, spouses, and their families along with an Equine Specialist, Counselor, or peer-to-peer support group and of course, the Gypsy Horses to see if there can be a difference in your life.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) has developed a mobile phone app to give Texas veterans quick access to crisis hotlines and other resources. This free, simple app is for veterans, active duty, families and any Texan who supports our military. Use it as a way to get information about the local, state, and national resources available to Texas military veterans.
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Texas Veterans App
Additional Veteran Resources
Local Veteran Organizations
VFW Post 12152
PO Box 3445
Cleburne, TX 76033
American Legion Post 50
313 W Chambers St.
Cleburne, TX 76033
VFW Post 9299
6732 US - 67
Alvarado, TX 76009
American Legion Post 426
8500 FM 3136
Alvarado, TX 76009