Searching for nonprofit resources online can be overwhelming. VetConnectNTX’s online directory makes that task easier for veterans, military families, and social work professionals in North Texas. Our goal is to provide an easy to use and reliable source of trusted information and resources.
The number of agencies listed in the directory will grow as we identify and verify additional resources available in the 13-county North Texas region. Since VetConnectNTX is now powered by TexVet, our online directory of programs and resources is expanded in a broad range of service categories. When you search for resources from VetConnectNTX.com, your search results can now include listings across the entire state of Texas.
Agencies are asked to update their listings regularly and share the directory with their networks.
VetConnectNTX Verified Agencies are agencies that have gone through an in-depth review process. This process helps to ensure the accuracy and quality of information. Verified Agencies are prioritized in directory search results and identified with a "Verified" emblem.
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VetConnectNTX is a project of the North Texas Veterans Funders Collaborative.
What is the North Texas Veterans Funders Collaborative?
In 2014, the Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation’s board decided to focus its North Texas giving, in part, on veterans’ issues. The Foundation gathered a small group of other North Texas foundations with a shared interest in serving veterans to begin learning about local needs and resources. The group has been calling itself the North Texas Veterans Funders Collaborative (the Collaborative), although there is no formalized organization. There are ten funding organizations currently participating in the Collaborative; Communities Foundation of Texas, The Dallas Foundation, The Hersh Foundation, The Hoglund Foundation, Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation, The Meadows Foundation, The Miles Foundation, The Rees-Jones Foundation, The Mike and Mary Terry Family Foundation, and the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
In 2016, the Collaborative launched two projects to support North Texas veterans, military families and their advocates. They commissioned a research study called the Needs Assessment: Veterans in the Dallas-Fort Worth Region and created the VetConnectNTX online resource directory.