Our Warrior Resources
Warriors for Freedom Foundation proudly works with other non-profit organizations to help servicemembers, veterans and their families.
We also maintain a directory of resources (local and national) to help you find the information and assistance you need.
We have strategic alliances with the following non profit organizations because of their understanding, commitment, and programs dedicated to our veteran community:
Never before has there been a car-buying service directly tailored to helping the military community to this magnitude. From military discounts to benefits and beyond, your local VetsCars dealers have committed to a code of conduct that ensures that your car-buying experience is respectful, transparent, and bundled with savings.
A foundation offering scholarships and other assistance for spouses and children of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines killed or disabled in service to our country.
A foundation whose mission is to ensure that every Veteran and immediate family member has access to mental health care. We are committed to making a major impact on the suicide rates our Veteran community faces today. We work to accomplish this by relying on a variety of innovative programs, activities, and services focused on providing funding for Veterans and family members to meet with the doctors of their choice, at no cost to them. Underlying all that we do, is a belief in the value of life and providing an additional source of support for the brave men and women who are fighting the silent war.
Their vision is to create an environment where Veterans and their families do not feel stigmatized or alienated because of the emotional, mental or psychological injuries they have sustained in service to and support of our nation, but are able to overcome those unseen wounds through prompt treatment at no cost to them.
An initiative launched by the Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) to promote the processes of building resilience, facilitating recovery and supporting reintegration of returning service members, veterans and their families.
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to preventing homelessness and increasing the supply of affordable and permanent supportive housing in Oklahoma City.
Heartline is proud to partner with Goodwill, Homeless Alliance, Upward Transitions and City Rescue Mission to administer the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) grant to veteran families in Oklahoma City. Heartline is providing centralized intake for the SSVF program, to help connect eligible veterans and their families with SSVF case managers at each of our partner agencies. SSVF supports the VA’s efforts to prevent at-risk Veterans from becoming homeless and rapidly re-house veterans who have recently fallen into homelessness. Heartline also has two suicide prevention lines: 1- 800-SUICIDE and 800-273-TALK
The Jail Diversion program’s goal is to offset the repeated cycle of recidivism by providing a case manager to intensively work and provide discharge planning within the Oklahoma County Detention Center. This enhances the accessibility of integrated community-based behavioral health services. The target population for the Jail Diversion program is adults with serious mental illness and/or co-ocurring substance abuse disorder and mental illness incarcerated in the Oklahoma County Detention Center.
A Chance to Change Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency that offers education classes, workshops and prevention programs to those suffering from addictions, behavioral disorders and those whose families have been affected.