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Manchester Vet Center (603) 668-7060
Vet centers provide an array of services to address the needs and concerns of
veterans.  The services available at your local Vet Center are:
Manchester Vet

103 Liberty Street
Manchester, NH

(603) 668-7060
(800) 562-3127

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In order to meet the readjustment needs of eligible veterans, the Vet Centers are
guided by the following objectives:
  • "Meet vets where they're at."
  • Identify the specific services or assistance each vet needs
  • Provide necessary readjustment services through the Vet
  • Centers, contracted community counseling services, or through appropriate
  • Educate the public about the unique needs of veterans, what the sacrifices to
    their country were, and how best to support veterans
  • Good people
  • Individual readjustment counseling
  • Referral for benefits assistance
  • Liaison with community agencies
  • Marital and Family counseling
  • Substance abuse information and referral
  • Community education
  • Job counseling
  • Sexual trauma counseling
Vet Center staff respect the privacy of all veterans.  We hold in strictest confidence
all information disclosed in the counseling process.  No information will be
communicated to any person or agency, without written consent from the veteran,
except in circumstances to avert a crisis.  (Privacy Act, 1975)
The Vet Center program was established by Congress in 1979 out of the
recognition that a significant number of Vietnam era veterans were still experiencing
readjustment problems.  Vet Centers are community based and part of the U.S.
Department of Veteran Affairs.  The goal of the Vet Center program is to provide a
broad range of counseling, outreach and referral services to eligible veterans and
their families.  Due to the success of Vet Centers in addressing the needs of combat
veterans, the program was expanded to include veterans who served in Lebanon,
Grenada, Panama, the Persian Gulf, Somalia, Korea, WWII, and Southwest Asia.
Mesothelioma and Asbestos Awareness Center
This comprehensive website offers information surrounding the asbestos-related
diseases that are affecting more and more of our nation’s military men and women.  
Asbestos, the only cause for the cancer mesothelioma, was often used in many
aspects of military life - shipbuilding, boiler rooms, housing, etc.

Please visit the following links to learn more:
Car Help for
Welcome to
Bonnie Clac

This is a non-profit
organization helping
Veterans and others
get the most car for
their money.  Low
interest car loans
and counseling
Computers for
Welcome to PCs
of Maine

This is a non-profit
organization that
provides affordable
high quality
computers for
veterans and others.

Since 2002 they
have provided
computers for more
than 3,800 low
income people.
Computers for as
little as $123.00
complete with a 1
year warranty and
Internet connections
for $10.00 per month.
Click here for link to website
Become a Sponsor
Click here for link to website
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