If you would like to be connected to services near you, please complete the form below and a Resource Navigator will contact you. The information you enter is completely confidential and will only be shared in order to connect you to services.
Please use this form only to request services for yourself or a child (under 18 years old) or adult for whom you have legal guardianship. Consent submitted through this form should be signed by the person who would be receiving services or by their parent or legal guardian only.
Texas Veterans Network (TVN) serves all military members, to include active duty, retirees, veterans, guards, and reserves and their families. Members living in the thirteen county Alamo Area which includes Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Frio, Gillespie, Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, McMullen, Medina, and Wilson counties are eligible for services. In July of 2020, military members living in the Coastal Bend region which includes Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Duval, Jim Wells, Live Oak, Kenedy, Kleberg, Nueces, Refugio, and San Patricio counties will be able to access services through the network. In August of 2020, military members in the Laredo region which includes Jim Hogg, Webb, and Zapata counties will be able to join the network as well.
The Texas Veterans Network (TVN) consists of a team of military members (veterans, military spouses) based in San Antonio who monitor the automated service coordination referral system, Unite Us, to help connect military members with veteran serving organizations. To date, there are over 110 organizations providing services to military members in the San Antonio/Alamo region. The automated system captures services received, referrals made, and services available through an integrated network, regardless of the member’s location, and increases a member’s opportunity to receive all services needed to transition successfully into civilian life. In addition, the shared automated service coordination referral system, used among veteran serving organizations reduces the impediments to comprehensive and coordinated service provision, such as reducing barriers to employment.
The Texas Veterans Network (TVN) is currently funded by the Texas Workforce Commission. It also receives in-kind contributions from its other partners, Unite Us, the Alamo Area Council of Governments, Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend, and Workforce Solutions of South Texas. We’re also an affiliate member of the AmericaServes Network.