One of the critical roles and responsibilities of VetSuccess On Campus is to make our Veterans, Active Duty Military, and Dependents aware of the key resources available to them as they pursue their educational and career goals. The VetSuccess On Campus office maintains a comprehensive listing of resources, but the resources below represent what we feel are the most critical services that you will need and want to access during your academic career.
Montgomery County Government- Veterans Network of Care
Vet Center Serve veterans and their families by providing a continuum of quality care, which adds value for veterans, families and communities. You can call the Nashville office and ask to be seen in the Clarksville office. (615) 366-1220
SAFE Soldiers And Family Embraced is a resource for the community to ease the readjustment and reintegration of military members returning from our current wars and their families, as well as veterans from previous eras.
APSU Student Counseling Services The center's mission is to counsel, teach, and support students, faculty, staff and the community in a university setting. Student Counseling Services offers a wide range of services and programs to assist students in maximizing their potential for success. The primary goal of the center is to promote a healthy campus environment and enhance student learning. The staff provides assistance to students who are dealing with situational crises, adjustment problems, and emotional difficulties. All sessions are confidential and free of charge for all currently enrolled APSU students. Phone: 931.221.6162 Website: www.apsu.edu/counseling Email: email@example.com
VA Information www.va.gov is your clearinghouse for important information about all your VA benefits.
Housing Assistance Housing_Help.docx
There is also on campus housing available for Adult and Nontraditional students at Emerald Hills. Monthly rent prices are as follows and include utilities. 1 Bedroom $640, 2 Bedroom $710 (old) $790 (new), 3 Bedroom $840.
Clarksville Human Relations Commission Community Resource Guide- Food and Meal Assistance, Housing Assistance, Career and Business Assistance, Health and Social Services, Support Groups, Youth Service Programs, Churches with Outreach Services, Veterans Assistance