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National American Legion Baseball The Chapel of Four Chaplains
Click here to go to the National Legion Baseball Website   Since 1925, The American Legion has sponsored a nationwide youth baseball program.  During these past seven decades, millions of young players have enjoyed playing baseball.  The American Legion and their 2.8 million members have raised millions of dollars each year for players to learn the importance of teamwork, discipline, leadership and good sportsmanship.  The American Legion sponsors American Legion Baseball to give players an opportunity to develop their skills, personal fitness, leadership qualities and to have fun.    The Chapel of Four Chaplains is a non-profit organization established to encourage cooperation and selfless service among all people.
  The inspiration for the Chapel and its mission comes from the courageous acts of the four Army Chaplains who were serving aboard the USAT DORCHESTER when it was hit by an enemy torpedo and sank in the North Atlantic on February 3, 1943.
The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS ) Veterans Benefits Handbook
Click here to go to the TAPS website.   TAPS is a national non-profit organization made up of, and providing services to, all those who have lost a loved one while serving in the Armed Forces. The heart of TAPS is our national military survivor peer support network.
   We also offer grief counseling referral, case worker assistance and crisis information, all available to help families and military personnel cope and recover.
   We provide these services 24 hours a day free of charge!
   A new edition of the Department of Veterans Affairs' popular handbook "Federal Benefits for Veterans and Dependents" updates the rates for certain federal payments and outlines a variety of programs and benefits for American veterans. The handbook can be downloaded free from VA's Web site: www1.va.gov/opa/publications/benefits_book.asp  

   In addition to health-care and burial benefits, veterans may be eligible for programs providing home loan guarantees, educational assistance, training and vocational rehabilitation, income assistance pensions, life insurance and compensation for service-connected illnesses or disabilities.
Defense POW / Missing Personnel Office (DPMO)  Department of Veterans Affairs
Click to go to Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office website
    The home page of the Defense POW / Missing Personnel Office (DPMO).

   The information assembled on the website is to assist readers in understanding the U.S. Government effort to achieve the fullest possible accounting of our missing in action -- from all wars.

   The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Web site is a worldwide resource that provides information on VA programs, veterans benefits, VA facilities worldwide, and VA medical automation software. Made available on September 1994, the site serves several major constituencies, including the veteran and his or her dependents, Veterans Service Organizations, the military, the general public, and VA employees around the world. These documents are easily accessible and richly linked from their table of contents, as well as searchable by keyword.
Military Moms - On Line Support Group The American Gold Star Mothers
Click here to go to militarymoms.net
   Military Moms is an on line support group for all Military families of all branches. The place for encouragement, understanding or companionship during your loved ones service time, or maybe a place to vent, or even perhaps to grab an opportunity to help another family with words of encouragement, wisdom or comfort.
   We even have Support Our Troops projects underway for people to participate in to keep their minds and hearts busy and active while they wait at home for that phone call or letter. Please take a moment and check out militarymoms.net � we look forward to your visit!
Click here to go to www.goldstarmoms.com   The membership of American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. is composed of American Mothers who lost a son or daughter during World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, Beirut, Grenada, Panama, the Persian Gulf, Somalia, Bosnia, Saudi Arabia, all Strategic Areas, or while in service to our country. The organization was founded nationally shortly after the First World War by Mrs. Grace Darling Seibold, Washington, DC, for the purpose of perpetuating the ideals of Americanism for which their children had so gallantly fought and died. American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. a federally-chartered organization, is a member of the National Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service Advisory Committee.
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
"Here Rests In Honored Glory An American Soldier Known But To God"
The Tomb contains the remains of unknown American soldiers from World Wars I and II, the Korean Conflict and (until 1998) the Vietnam War. Each was presented with the Medal of Honor at the time of interment and the medals, as well as the flags which covered their caskets, are on display inside the Memorial Amphitheater, directly to the rear of the Tomb.
   The Tomb is guarded 24-hours-per-day and 365-days-per year by specially trained members of the 3rd United States Infantry (The Old Guard).
   For more information go to the Arlington National Cemetery Website;

      Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery

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Crisis Chat Service:  open from 4 pm to midnight seven days a week.  Can be accessed through coloradocrisisservices.org.  They have specialists available to provide emotional support, crisis intervention, and suicide assessments.

Crisis Text Service:  Text the word TALK to 38255 anytime from anywhere in Colorado about any type of crisis.  The service is available 24/7.



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