Launched in Northeast Florida in 2019, Mission United is a community network connecting Veterans and their families to critical health, human and social services through case management.
More than 350,000 active duty military, Veterans and their families call Northeast Florida home, but many struggle with the transition to civilian life and the challenges of navigating a complex network of Veteran services. Mission United connects these individuals and families to the support they’ve earned and the help they need to survive – and thrive – in our community.
Mission United, an initiative of United Way of Northeast Florida, is designed, developed and delivered in partnership with local Veterans and organizations that serve them. Together, we’re responding to the unique needs of our Veterans and their families while making it easier for them to access available services and resources.
referrals to available services for Veterans
rides through Ride United
Dan Bean, chair of Mission United Advisory Council, U.S. Navy Veteran and attorney at Abel Bean Law, P.A.
Mission United is part of a statewide program of providers dedicated to helping Florida Veterans. With funding from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Florida Department of Children and Families, Mission United works with the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay and the Florida Veterans Support Line to provide a resource where Veterans can receive both emotional support and linkages to community resources. If you know a Veteran who might need assistance, please share this webpage and encourage them to dial 2-1-1 or 1-844-MYFLVET (693-5838) to be connected to community resources.