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GovBenefits.gov would like to thank all of the men and women who are serving or have served our country and remember those who have given their lives in doing so.

GovBenefits.gov can help guide you to a variety of programs available to veterans, active duty personnel and reservists. Below are just a few of many programs that you may find helpful:

Combat-Related Special Compensation (CRSC): The CRSC program provides compensation for eligible Military retirees with combat-related disabilities. In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be active duty, a reservist, a military retiree or medically retired with at least 20 qualifying years. You must also be drawing retirement pay as well as VA compensation, have a VA disability rating of 10 percent or more, and have at least one VA rated disability that is combat-related.

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Project: The Homeless Veterans Reintegration Project provides employment and training services and support to help homeless veterans reenter the workforce. In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must have been in military service, not dishonorably discharged, and now either homeless or living in a shelter.

VA - Counseling - Educational and Vocational Counseling: Educational and Vocational Counseling can help you assess your vocational interests, overcome barriers to success in training or employment, and develop educational objectives. To be considered for this program, you must be a transitioning service member, a veteran who has been out of service less than a year, a veteran or reservist who is eligible for educational assistance under one of the education programs sponsored by VA or the Defense Department, or a spouse or child of a service-connected veteran or a person who died on active duty.

To find these and other Veterans and Active Duty programs, take our confidential questionnaire by clicking "Start Here" on the Govbenefits.gov homepage.