Serving today's military and veteran families
The VFW National Home for Children was founded in 1925 to serve as a living memorial for our nation's veterans by helping their families through troubled times. We continue that tradition today with sevices for military and veteran families that address today's challenges.
Our services for military families and recent veterans include:
Offering local resources and nationwide connections, our Helpline is the gateway to help for military and veterans’ families across the country. Learn more.
Military Family Program
Our Military Family Program is there for children and families of active duty military personnel when their family plan fails during deployment. Children can reside at the National Home with or without a parent for the duration of the deployment. Learn more.
Veteran Family Program
Our Veteran Family Program helps veterans and their families stay together during VA Vocational Rehabilitation. Learn more.
Some of our services are only available to VFW and Ladies Auxiliary members and their desecendents. These programs include:
Single-Parent Family Program
Our Single-Parent Family Program helps families in crisis transition to a stronger, more stable situation. Learn more.
Our Residential Care Program provides care for children who need a place to live, learn and grow in a loving and supportive environment. Learn more.
All families and children living on the National Home campus have access to a variety of on-campus support services, including:
For inquires about any of these programs, call the National Home Helpline at 800.313.4200 or email email@example.com.