10 Ways to Stay Connected with the National Resource Directory

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10 Ways to Stay Connected with The National Resource Directory

Are you a regular visitor to the National Resource Directory (NRD)? Even if you are, you may not be aware of the many ways to stay connected with the NRD and the growing community of Veterans, Service Members, family members and caregivers that has developed around this valuable resource directory. 
  1. Keep up to date on news, events and other information of interest to Veterans and the military community by following the National Resource Directory on Twitter.
  2. Access information from the National Resource Directory through your smartphone whenever and wherever you want it through NRD mobile.  
  3. Help your family, friends and colleagues stay up to date on programs and services for Veterans, Service Members and their families by suggesting that they subscribe to National Resource Directory email updates.
  4. Become a part of the growing National Resource Directory family on Facebook.
  5. Get news and information about resources delivered directly to your desktop when you subscribe to the National Resource Directory’s RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed.
  6. Find programs and services near you by visiting the National Resource Directory’s Information by State section.
  7. Spread the word about the National Resource Directory by putting a link on your website or blog.
  8. Is there an organization or program in your community that you think should be included on the National Resource Directory? Recommend it through Suggest A Resource.
  9. View automatically updated resources available in your state directly on your own website or blog by adding the National Resource Directory's State Widget.
  10. Become a member of the National Resource Directory's LinkedIn group and connect with people who share your interests and concerns.
Download this fact sheet to learn more about the National Resource Directory.

Important Phone Numbers

Suicide Prevention and Veterans Crisis Line: 1.800.273.TALK (8255)


National Call Center for Homeless Veterans: 1.877.4AID.VET (424.3838)


VA Caregiver Support Line: 1.855.260.3274


Wounded Warrior Resource Center: 1.800.342.9647


GI Bill: 1.888.GIBILL.1 (1.888.442.4551)


Recent News

Announcement about Special ‘Stop Loss’ Pay:  Those eligible must submit a claim by October 21, 2011.


Remembrance Day National Roll Call: 11.11.11 


Post-9/11 GI Bill Changes Took Effect Oct. 1


Honoring Gold Star mothers, families  


Florida soldier becomes first African-American general officer in history of Florida National Guard


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