Help Us Make a Difference In a Veteran’s Life

Honoring Veterans by assisting Veterans

PHOTO: Dawn Cobb, Director of Community Relations, Denton County

Honoring Our Commitment to Assisting Veterans

DCVC is committed to assisting veterans by working with the community to raise awareness of and resolve Veterans' issues in these following areas:

  •  Emergency Financial Assistance for Veterans in Crisis
  •  Addressing Behavioral Health Care for Veterans Suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress, Sexual Military Trauma, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Other Mental Health Issues
  •  Ending At-Risk Veterans and Veterans Experiencing Homelessness in Our County
Building a Collaborative Support Network for Veterans

A 501(c) (3) Nonprofit (EIN 46-3641625) State of Texas is Tax-Exempt, all-volunteer board members with no paid staff. 100% Publicly Funded, with 95% of funds going directly to support our Veterans, with minimal operating expenses.

Proudly Helping Our Community Veterans

Proudly Helping Our Community Veterans

Veterans Emergency 24/7 Crisis Hotlines

If you are Considering Suicide or Experiencing a Mental Health CRISIS CALL

Veteran Resource Directory

If you are a Veteran or Family member living in Denton County needing assistance with LIFE-Challenging issues, the information below will direct you to organizations that can help you.

Emergency Financial Assistance

Child Care
Car Repair

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Veterans Support and Counseling

If you need non-emergency help and support, contact Denton County Veterans Service Office for an appointment at 940-349-2950 (Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)

Kevin’s Story

Assisting Veterans in more ways than one.

PHOTO/VIDEO: Tyler Short, Short Productions, Denton, TX

If you want help “Trust the Process.” I did and changed my Life!

“One day looking into a mirror I thought, “I’m better than this and don’t want to live this way.” Kevin Sample served our Country in the United States Navy with two combat tours in the Gulf War. Upon returning home to Texas, he experienced behavioral challenges and became homeless. With help from DCVC and other community organizations, he worked his way to becoming the successful manager of the Habitat for Humanity, ReStore in Denton, TX.

Kevin Sample