The National Resource can help you find services that support recovery, rehabilitation, and community reintegration.
The National Resource Directory (NRD) is a free service that links more than 14,000 resources to service members, Veterans and their families. The NRD was designed to specifically help those that are “wounded, ill and injured” find services that support recovery, rehabilitation, and community reintegration.
The site was created through a partnership between the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense and the Department of Labor. The NRD provides centralized access to resource information from the government (ranging from the federal to the local level). It also includes resources from non-profit, professional, educational and military-service/Veteran organizations.
All organizations are also vetted to ensure each resource is valid and accurate.
National Resource Directory
Resource information includes:
- Employment and Training
The website’s design features services divided into categories and the ability to search by keyword, resource type, or location. One section includes a list of organizations, such as the Red Cross, that works with the NRD to provide services to Veterans and service members. The website lists contact information for each resource, including an address and directions.
NRD updates these resources frequently to provide the most accurate information available.
To discover new resources visit the National Resource Directory at https://nrd.gov.
Written by Isabel Nulter and graphics designed by Deanna Cannon, student interns working with VA’s Digital Media Engagement team.