Women Veteran Organizations Directory
Listings are for active: networking groups, local meetups, support groups, veteran service organizations, councils, and advisory committees that are specifically for women veterans. Women Veterans Alliance provides this information as a service to our members. We make every effort to ensure accuracy but are not liable for the information provided. Updated as of February 2023.
Kentucky Women Veterans ProgramKentucky Women Veterans Program Contact: Dina Parrott
Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs. Serving Kentucky veterans is our mission, our job, and our privilege. We work every day to make sure Kentucky’s 295,000 veterans and their families receive all the benefits and services they have earned.
The 2005 General Assembly authorized the Kentucky Women Veterans Program to address the unique need of women who have honorably served. In FY21, there are over 27,000 women veterans who reside in Kentucky. The mission of the program is to insure that Kentucky’s women veterans have equitable access to federal and state veterans’ services and benefits. The program provides information, advocacy, outreach and support to women veterans and their families. The goal is to assure that women veterans receive benefits and services parallel to their male counterparts and to discourage discrimination in the attempt to assure women are treated with resepct, dignity and understood by veteran service providers.