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 March 2024.

Women Veteran Social Justice

Contact: BriGette McCoy
Location Atlanta, Georgia Website: Website Guidestar Link: Bronze
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Organization Info

Our organization has been 100% volunteer lead for 9 years and we give every veteran a hand up to be a part of an ongoing community of peers committed to supporting one another. Ambassadors are our corporate community leaders bringing forth social change through collective community impact and philanthropy to WVSJ Network.

Our integrative online network shares information and resources through our network of communities and stakeholders to help remove many of the unseen barriers women veterans face. We have witnessed veterans move from facing homelessness, being suicidal, and not having VA benefits, to seeing them thrive, active civically, managing their health and service-connected disabilities, while speaking publicly to help change the outcomes for other veterans. We have a crowd-sourced program of rapid resourcing, which gives many veterans who have been otherwise left out of other communities, the opportunity to engage in active community of peers supporting and guiding one another.

One of our core values is informing women that their military service deserves the same “hero level value” as their male counterparts–whether they were in combat or in garrison units, served during peace or wartime, were an officer or enlisted. Women of color, LGBTQ, persons with military sexual trauma, those who have been suicidal, and those who were homeless, feel welcomed in this community. The organization was created by a woman veteran who has experienced so many of the challenges and successes that our community experiences: Knowing what it was like to feel left behind, there was no way that anyone should be left behind.. “It was important to go out and seek out those who had been overlooked and return them to the tribe.”

Meeting Location & Date

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