We know — because we’ve been there — that after leaving behind the structure and community of military life, it can be tough to figure out where to go when you have questions or need support. We want to be your ally in finding resources that are a good fit, whether for yourself or for a woman in your life who has served.
We offer no-cost counseling for housing, employment and mental health with follow-up and support to stay connected to those resources. And we host informal online support groups just for women vets. Ready to connect? Chat now with a team member, send us an email, or give us a call.
We believe that every veteran we meet is an expert on their own life, has a story that is one-of-a-kind, and deserves services tailored to their own goals.
All of us need to be heard and understood. Sometimes we need some help figuring out what to do next, or how to get unstuck when we find ourselves in a bind. Even if you’re not sure what you want to accomplish but you know you’d like to make a change, we’re trained to help veterans through the process of figuring it all out, one step at a time.
At Women Vets on Point, we want to know about your unique story and to work alongside you, guiding you along your chosen paths to continue creating a life worthy of your greatest ambitions.
Meet some of the women veterans behind Women Vets On Point and learn how we can help you find the support that you need.
Dr. Snetter understands the experiences and needs of women who served are diverse, and she follows the lead of each woman who schedules a visit.
Women Vets on Point is an independent, not-for-profit program for military-connected women, informed by women veterans and those who support us. We offer support, resources and a variety of mental health care options to women during or after their service.