Veteran & Military Resources
wondering which direction to
take in finding support?
concerned about one?
NAMI Homefront is a free, 6-session
educational program for families,
caregivers and friends of military
service members and Veterans.
Make the Connection is a directory of people’s stories we
can learn skills on how to better manage symptoms, get
treatment, and support the people we love.
Transitioning to civilian life after active duty
shouldn’t be a solitary journey there is
help available and people who care.
and their family members. Friends and supporters can
make the call to or chat online with the
National Call Center for Homeless Veterans, where
trained counselors are ready to talk and help.
and the best paths to treatment.
There is a Gardnerville and Reno Chapter of Guitar for Vets (G4V).
Guitars for Vets is dedicated to sharing the healing power of music
with Veterans experiencing combat-related stress. Volunteers provide
free private guitar instruction (and a “loaner” guitar for practicing) to
students who are referred through the VA.