Mission: Finding strength in the fellowship of other Gold Star Mothers who strive to keep the memory of our sons and daughters alive by working to help veterans, those currently serving in the military, their families and our communities.
It is the nation’s largest wartime Veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and Veterans.
Col. Louis A. Carter, Inc., TX Post 832 2400 BASSETT AVE EL PASO, TX 79901 (915) 534-9395 Paso Del Norte, Inc., TX Post 58 4724 VULCAN AVE EL PASO, TX 79904 Legion Riders Chapter (915) 751-0850 Horizon City, TX Post 598 141 ELLSWORTH DR HORIZON CITY, TX 79928 Legion Riders Chapter (915) 852-4823 First Responders, TX Post 74 PO BOX 973043 EL PASO, TX 79997 (915) 203-7481 Alfred H. McCluskey, TX Post 692 PO BOX 4142 EL PASO, TX 79914 (915) 821-0351 Ltc George Franklin "Ben", TX Post 407 10134 RACOON DR EL PASO, TX 79924 (915) 751-4556 Livesay-Chavez, Inc., TX Post 122 221 POPLAR ST ANTHONY, TX 79821 Legion Riders Chapter (915) 255-9470 El Paso Eastwood, TX Post 36 3730 SHELL ST EL PASO, TX 79925 (915) 592-9374 Pecos, TX Post 233 2912 CHASWOOD ST EL PASO, TX 79935
(915) 263-71647060 Comington StreetEl Paso, TX 79930
The Association of the United States Army is a nonprofit educational and professional development association serving America’s Army and supporters of a strong national defense. AUSA provides a voice for the Army, supports the Soldier, and honors those who have served in order to advance the security of the nation.
AUSA supports soldiers, their families and Army civilians, provides a voice for the Army, and honors those who have served. As the Army’s premier, nonprofit, educational and professional association, we:
GA OMAR N BRADLEY CHAPTER 1460 Common Drive El Paso, TX 79936(915) 727-0601
The Benavidez – Patterson “All Airborne Chapter of the 82nd Airborne Association is open to all veterans however membership is limited to only those who have proof of Airborne qualification or service with the 82nd Airborne Division. The organization’s purpose is to educate all present and future generations of the military and civilian impact of the US Airborne military forces.
Benavidez – Patterson “All Airborne Chapter2608 Fort BLVDEL Paso TXContact:Paul Albright CSM (Ret)., CHAIRMANBP82ndEPTX@outlook.com (915) 260-8176
We are mothers, stepmothers, grandmothers, foster mothers and female legal guardians who have children serving in the military, guard or reserves, or children who are veterans. We support each other and our children while promoting patriotism. Our organization focuses on our mission every single day and will never, ever, forsake our troops, our veterans or the families of our Fallen Heroes.
We are an Association of Combat Veterans from all branches of the United States Armed Forces who ride motorcycles as a hobby. As a registered 501(c)(19) veterans’ charity, our mission is to support and protect those who have defended our country and our freedoms. Our focus is to provide assistance and help to individual veterans, veteran care facilities, other veteran organizations and registered charities. We sponsor and participate in many veteran-related motorcycle (and other) charity events each year, and as a non-profit organization, donate to various veteran causes. Our Mission Statement is Veterans Helping Veterans
Please note that we are an ASSOCIATION and NOT a MOTORCYCLE CLUB (MC). Although we may be in a geographic area, we do not claim territory. We do not have a club house. We do not wear cuts or colors, but rather vests. The patch on our back is one piece.
combatvet.us or suncitycvma.org
El Paso TX CVMA 23-2Contact: Dave "Crazy Dave" Copeland
DAV provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, in positive, life-changing ways. We ensure veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits they deserve, provide care and support during tough times, advocate for the veteran community on Capitol Hill, connect veterans with meaningful employment, and so much more.
We provide free, professional assistance to more than 1 million veterans every year to connect them with the healthcare, disability, employment, education and financial benefits they have earned through military service. The past 100 years, we have submitted more than 11.7 million claims on their behalf.
DAV Sunshine Chapter 165 El Paso2044 Trawood Dr, El Paso, TX 79935(915) 383-6343
The El Paso Veteran's and Riders Association is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the refinement and improvement of Veteran opportunities, access to care, and quality of life.
President Darrell G. Mond11705 Bunky Henry LaneEl Paso, TX 79936(915) email@example.com
Mission: Equestrian Holistic Retreat Getaway for Those Who Serve US, LLC is dedicated to improving the lives of our borderland community through therapeutic horse-related programs.
Services to veterans and current service members:
1. Equine Assisted Therapy2. Confidential Peer Support Equine Specialist3. Equine Assisted Learning4. Mounted Horseback Riding
Deliris Montanez Berrios (DMB)2901 Girl Scout Lane, Sunland Park, NM(915) 293-4307
The mission of Honor Flight is to transport America’s veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated to honoring those who have served and sacrificed for our country.
The Honor Flight Network is a national network comprised of independent Hubs working together in furtherance of the Honor Flight mission. In furtherance of this common goal, we have the opportunity to show our nation’s veterans the appreciation and honor they deserve. Participation in an Honor Flight trip gives veterans the opportunity to share this momentous occasion with other comrades, to remember friends and comrades lost, and share their stories and experiences with other veterans. All honored veterans travel at no cost to the veteran.
Honor Flight of SouthernNew Mexico & El Paso, Texas (Las Cruces, NM)Flying from ELP (El Paso International Airport)1 (844) firstname.lastname@example.orgPO Box 14017 Las Cruces, NM 88013
IAVA is a community of 425,000+ members and growing. Veterans have paid their dues so membership is always FREE. IAVA’s mission is to connect, unite, and empower post-9/11 veterans. IAVA gets results. We use data and stories from our community to catalyze needed, positive change for America’s veterans. Quick Reaction Force is IAVA’s one-stop-shop solution. We offer 24/7 free and confidential assistance to any veteran who needs it, no matter the challenge.
85 Broad Street, 18th Floor New York, NY 10004(212) email@example.comFax: (917) 591-0387
The Marine Corps League's mission of the Marine Corps League is to promote the interest and to preserve traditions of the United States Marine Corps; strengthen the fraternity of Marines and their families; serve Marines, FMF Corpsmen, and FMF Chaplains who wear or who have worn the Eagle, Globe and Anchor; and foster the ideals of Americanism and patriotic volunteerism.
The Marine Corps League supports Marines in many areas. We have 10 Divisions covering 48 Departments, and over 1,140 Detachments in communities across the Country.
Deane Hawkins #323, Pedro Gomez Jr. 9565 Diana Dr. Veterans One Stop Center El Paso, TX 79924(915) 856-8560
MOAA exists to protect your earned benefits and to offer you resources you can't find anywhere else. But most importantly, we're here to help you connect with one another. Why? Because we believe in taking care of those who take care of us.
Currently, we're 350,000 members strong. If you're an active duty, retired, or former military officer, consider joining our ranks.
El Paso Chapter Military Officers Association of America (EPMOAA)PO Box 6144, Fort Bliss, TX firstname.lastname@example.org(915) 842-9650 or (915) 449-8944
The Mission of the Military Order of the Purple Heart is to foster an environment of goodwill and camaraderie among combat wounded veterans, promote patriotism, support necessary legislative initiatives, and most importantly, provide service to all veterans and their families. Our members are Combat Wounded Veterans who are dedicated to our country and our veteran community. We endeavor to do better for each other and by each other always.
Chartered by Congress for combat wounded Veterans. The Purple Heart is composed of military men and women who received the Purple Heart Medal for wounds suffered in combat or by an act of international terrorism.. Although our membership is restricted to the combat wounded, we support all veterans and their families with a myriad of nation-wide programs by Chapters and National Service Officers.
Military Order of the Purple Heart Lone Star Chapter 3932608 Fort BlvdEl Paso TX(508) 919-3036
Meeting times and location1st Saturday of the month 1PM2608 Fort BlvdEl Paso TX
The Military Veteran Peer Network provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL services to veterans, soldiers and their family members. We offer peer to peer support groups, peer mentorship, social groups, team service projects and workshops led by other veterans and military family members. Each volunteer is a certified peer specialist who can provide support through some of the difficulties many face while in the service and once they have began life as a civilian. These groups are designed to not only provide support to those who may be in need, but also to provide a sense of community among those who have served. We are continually looking to expand our network and create opportunities and activities that all veterans and family members can benefit from.
9565 Diana DriveEl Paso, TX 79924syanthony@EHNELPASO.ORG Peer Service Coordinator: Shelia Anthony(915) 747-3590 ext. 15127
The Military Women’s Coalition is a national group of formal and informal organizations that work collaboratively to serve and support US active duty, Guard, Reserve, Veteran, and retired servicewomen by uniting and elevating their voices to influence policy and improve their well-being. The Coalition’s vision is that someday military women are fully integrated, equally respected, and equally supported members of the military and veteran community and their contributions are recognized as essential to national defense.
441 4th Street, NW, Suite 707N Washington, DC 20001(202) 798-5570Mnfo@servicewomen.org
NABVETS was created to help ensure that the veterans who come out of their service are not lost but have a way to help them to go back to lead a healthy life. We ensure that these veterans receive the respect they deserve from the society and lead a peaceful life. We want to make sure that the community understands the value of working and helping these veterans gain peace.
Since 1946, Paralyzed Veterans of America has been on a mission to change lives and build brighter futures for our seriously injured heroes. We’ve had a single-minded mission—to empower our brave men and women to regain what they fought for: their freedom and independence. Paralyzed Veterans of America, an organization dedicated to serving veterans—and to medical research, advocacy and civil rights for all people with disabilities.
VA Health Care Center5001 N. Piedras El Paso, TX 79930-4211Room B-211(915) 564-1683
The Special Forces Association Serves as the Voice for the Special Forces Community; Perpetuates Special Forces Traditions and Brotherhood; Advances the Public Image of Special Forces and Promotes the General Welfare of the Special Forces Community.
Special Forces Association Chapter IXIsaac Camacho ChapterEL Paso TexasChapter IX meets every 3rd Saturday, at 1300 hours, at VFW Post 812 in McKelligon Canyon near William Beaumont Army Medical Center.
With a mission focused on empowering student veterans, Student Veterans of America (SVA) is committed to providing an educational experience that goes beyond the classroom. Through a dedicated network of more than 1,500 on-campus chapters in all 50 states and 4 countries representing more than 750,000 student veterans, SVA aims to inspire yesterday’s warriors by connecting student veterans with a community of like-minded chapter leaders. Every day these passionate leaders work to provide the necessary resources, network support, and advocacy to ensure student veterans can effectively connect, expand their skills, and ultimately achieve their greatest potential.
Student Veterans of America1012 14th Street NW, Suite 1200 Washington D.C. 20005(202) 223-4710
We insist that all veterans have the opportunity to reclaim what was most precious about their military service: an unwavering sense of belonging born of challenges that show us what each of us is capable of. Together, we strive to make tomorrow better. Together, we will increase mental and physical health. Together, we will find strength and success.
Our chapters deliver local, consistent, and inclusive opportunities for veterans and the community to connect through physical and social activity. Volunteers host regular fitness activities, social gatherings, and community service events, and facilitate building strong local connections with members and organizations within the community.
Team RWB El Paso TexasChapter ContactSandra Limonsandra.email@example.com
Team Rubicon serves communities by mobilizing veterans to continue their service, leveraging their skills and experience to help people prepare, respond, and recover from disasters and humanitarian crises.
Through continued service, Team Rubicon seeks to provide our veterans with three things they lose after leaving the military: a purpose, gained through disaster relief; community, built by serving with others; and identity, from recognizing the impact one individual can make. Coupled with leadership development and other opportunities, Team Rubicon looks to help veterans transition from military to civilian life.
teamrubiconusa.org Team Rubicon Region 6's Facebook
Team Rubicon Region 6Contact: Rick RosenRick.Rosen@teamrubiconusa.org
The Mission Continues is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit that empowers veterans to continue their service, and empowers communities with veteran talent, skills and preparedness to generate visible impact. At The Mission Continues, we’re on a mission to connect veterans with under-resourced communities.
Our programs in cities across the country deploy veteran volunteers alongside nonprofit partners and community leaders to improve educational resources, increase access to parks and green spaces, foster neighborhood identity, and more.
missioncontinues.org El Paso Platoon
Mission Continues 1ST Service Platoon El Paso TXJoel Carbajaljcarbajal@missioncontinues.org
The Veterans Business Association is a non-profit association with the mission of growing member businesses, promoting the interests of veteran business owners, and becoming the voice of veteran owned businesses in a competitive community.
Membership is comprised of veteran business owners, individual veterans, retirees, and their families interested in starting their own businesses, and corporate and associate members who support our mission: Advance the interests of Veteran Owned Businesses through community awareness, effective networking, and community programs.
10 Civic Center Plaza, El Paso, Texas 79901(915) firstname.lastname@example.org
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is a nonprofit Veterans service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard and reserve forces. We have many programs and services that work to support veterans, service members and their families, as well as communities worldwide.
Post 9173 Willie Barraza Post 292 Atlantic Rd El Paso, TX 79932-1351 (915) 588-6468 Meeting Location & Time 292 Atlantic Rd El Paso, TX 79922 6:30 pm 2nd Tuesday Quartermaster: Robert Martinez Commander: Michael Landis
Post 2451 Northeast El Paso P.O. Box 6383 El Paso, TX 79906 United States (915) 822-2014 Meeting Location & Time 7060 Comington St. El Paso, TX 79930 7:00 pm 2nd Monday Quartermaster: Evelyn Aguilera Commander: Ronnie Betts
Post 812 Davis-Seamon Post 2400 Davis Seamon Rd El Paso, TX 79930-2635 (915) 562-2161
Meeting Location & Time 2400 Davis Seamon Rd El Paso, TX 79930-2635 10:00 am 1st Saturday Quartermaster: Patrick Lopez Commander: Natividad Lopez Jr
Post 8550 Dennis L. Cunningham Post 4714 Titanic Ave El Paso, TX 79904-3337 (915) 751-5099
Meeting Location & Time 4714 Titanic Ave El Paso, TX 79904-3337 11:00 am 3rd Saturday Quartermaster: Teresa Irizarry Commander: Jeraldine Wells
Post 4384 Gadsden Memorial Post 1580 4th St. Anthony, NM 88021 (915) 575-8823
Meeting Location & Time 1580 4th St. Anthony, NM 88021 9:00 am 2nd Saturday Quartermaster: Mark Atchley Commander: Manuel Moralez
Post 8919 Yucca Post 5535 Saluki Dr El Paso, TX 79924-4819 (915) 755-7152
Meeting Location & Time 5535 Saluki Dr El Paso, TX 79924-4819 11:00 am 2nd Saturday Quartermaster: David Creekmore Commander: John Hillier
Post 8782 Tigua Post 691 N Carolina Dr El Paso, TX 79915-2609 (915) 598-1586
Meeting Location & Time 691 N Carolina Dr El Paso, TX 79915-2609 3:00 pm 3rd Saturday Quartermaster: Raul Reza Commander: Roman Velasquez
Post 10354 VFW Post10354, Madrid, McClaughlin, Navarrete PO Box 17428 El Paso, TX 79917-7428 (915) 858-4190
Meeting Location & Time 9170 Cananea Rd El Paso, TX 79907 11:00 am 2nd Saturday Quartermaster: Ruben Rivera Commander: Robert Rangel
The Veterans One Stop is supported by grants from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance and Health and Human Services . The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance, through TVC and HHSC, provides grants to organizations serving veterans and their families. The "one stop" concept provides accelerated access to mental health and support services for Veterans and their families in the El Paso community. The center is located close to Ft. Bliss, in Northeast El Paso where there is the highest concentration of veterans. The One Stop provides Veterans and their families with counseling services, case management and telemedicine. Along with clinical services, the One Stop also offers a Military Veteran Peer Network support services, stigma reduction trainings and alternative therapies, such as yoga.
9565 Diana Drive El Paso, TX 79924(915) 747-3590Hours of Operation 8am-5pm / Mon. - Fri.
VVA’s goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans. VVA aggressively advocates on issues important to veterans, seeks full access to quality health care for veterans, identifies the full range of disabling injuries and illnesses incurred during military service, holds government agencies accountable for following laws mandating Veterans health care, creates a positive public perception of Vietnam veterans, seeks the fullest possible accounting of America’s POWs and MIAs, supports the next generation of America’s war veterans, and serve our communities.
VVA CHAPTER #574 PO Box 26904 El Paso TX 79926 (915) 255-8877 email@example.com VVA CHAPTER #844 PO Box 26842 El Paso TX 79926-6842 (915) 307-4839 firstname.lastname@example.org