The Veterans Resource Center, located at the Beale Memorial Library on the first floor, is dedicated to helping veterans and their families. The Center provides assistance in two ways:
- It provides books, DVDs, and pamphlets on topics, such as transitioning from military to civilian life, finding jobs, surviving change, guides to veterans benefits, managing post-traumatic stress disorders, and more.
- It provides trained volunteers ready to connect veterans and their families to benefits and resources. The trained volunteers consist of practicing and retired professionals, many of who are veterans themselves or have worked with veterans in the past.
For more information or to make an appointment, veterans and their families may call 661.868.0701, or drop by the Veterans Resource Center.
To apply as a Veterans Resource Volunteer, visit volunteermatch.
Also, visit FAQ for Frequently Asked Questions by Veterans to Librarians.
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