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About Heroes to Hometowns

"Heroes to Hometowns" is a transition program for severely injured service members returning home from OEF/OIF. "Heroes to Hometowns" establishes a support network and coordinates resources for those servicemembers. Last year The American Legion's Heroes to Hometowns Program assisted over 1,100 veterans.

If you are a servicemember, veteran, or family member of a servicemember or veteran who has been severely injured, please fill out the Heroes to Hometowns assistance request form.

 

Heroes to Hometowns can provide:

  • A Welcome-home celebration
  • Temporary Financial Assistance
  • Pro-bono financial planning
  • Housing assistance
  • Home and vehicle adaptation
  • Government claims assistance
  • Family support

(If you are not severely injured and are in need of general transition assistance or support, you may also fill out the request form or contact your American Legion department service officer (DSO) or your local American Legion post ).

Contact Heroes to Hometowns:

Americanism Division
heroestohometowns@legion.org
Office: (317) 630-1255