Veterans Resources

Your Service is Appreciated * Your Needs are a Priority * Your Privacy is Assured

 

The Town of Rolesville stands ready to assist its Veteran and Active Duty Military citizens and families. Below are some resources that may be helpful. For more comprehensive assistance contact Town Hall and ask to speak to Robin Peyton, Town Clerk/Veterans Liaison (click for email). Please note that to serve you most fully, a privacy release form may be required. You may download a release form here. Once completed, the form may be mailed, emailed, or dropped of at Town Hall 502 Southtown Circle (physical) / P.O. Box 250 (mailing), Rolesville, NC 27571. If schedule allows, we would be happy to chat with you when dropping off your form, otherwise, an appointment is recommended. Click on the links below to discover these great organizations in North Carolina offering services specific to veterans and their concerns. More agency links to be added in future so check back often.




As caregivers of our active military, veterans and families; you are the heroes behind the heroes. Operation Family Caregiver (OFC) coaches families of returning service members and veterans to manage the difficulties that come with coming home. OFC is a personalized program and support is free and confidential.

 

 Vet Centers are established by Vets, and provide a safe place to talk at a confidential readjustment counseling center. Centers are manned by counselors who have experienced combat themselves. Services are provided at no cost to Veterans and their families.

 



Coordinating Services, Resources, and Care for Service Members, Veterans and Families. Be sure to check out the Raleigh Veteran's News Blog on the link provided on their website.

 

 Provides information on programs, benefits & services; as well as Federal, State , Local and Non-Profit information for North Carolina Veterans.




The Wake County Veterans Services Office (click link: VSO) assists eligible veterans, their dependents and/or surviving spouses, children of deceased veterans, members of the Reserves or National Guard, and active-duty service members in applying for benefits and services from the Department of Veterans Affairs and North Carolina Department of Military & Veterans Affairs (NCDMVA). Check out the NCDMVA website



Suicide Prevention Hotline 800.273.8255




Call (877) 272-7337 (toll free) to speak to a Red Cross
Emergency Communications Specialist or online: https://www.redcross.org/get-help/military-families/emergency-communication.html