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Welcome to VetBuds!

28 Sep 2011 in Admin

VetBuds is a non-profit group where the members share a common bond of military service and the desire to provide assistance to veterans directly within the scope of our personal resources, and indirectly by our combined business, social and personal knowledge and connections.

Mission:  VetBuds is a group of military veterans whose purpose is to provide assistance to other veterans.
Vision:  Veterans Supporting Veterans


Please refer your veteran friends to us and ask them to join the “VetBuds” LinkedIn group.   Please join us in appreciation and service to our nation’s veterans.  For information contact us at Info@VetBuds.US

Click on the “Groups” tab to see the meeting times and locations for all the VetBuds groups.

The Johns Creek VetBuds group has permanently moved the meetings to the THIRD Wednesday of each month at 0730 at the Uptown Cafe.  See the “Groups” tab for details.

VetBuds is honored to be working with The Impact Group in an effort to provide transition housing and training to homeless veterans. We will have room for up to eight veterans at a time. Much more exciting news will be forthcoming as we proceed. Right now the focus is on getting vets in the home for the holidays. 

Thank you to Paul Romanick, Tom Merkel, Glenn Spears, Kent Sharp and EVERYONE who is making this home possible for our Brothers in need of clean, safe, quality housing.

VetBuds TIG Veteran House

DOL Releases New Webinar in “Promoting Employment for Homeless Veterans”

New webinar recording available from DOL, NVTI series 

The Department of Labor (DOL) and National Veterans Training Institute (NVTI) have developed a series of webinars supporting employment for homeless veterans. This webinar series is supported by the NCHV TA Center.

Designed as an education tool for American Job Center Staff, the webinars are a great free resource for service providers. In addition to providing training on employment tools and interventions for new staff members and partner agencies, the webinars can provide a foundation to strengthen your relationship with local AJC staff.

There are now five webinars available through this series –  Promoting Employment for Homeless VeteransOvercoming Barriers to Employment, Building Partnerships with Service Providers, Assisting Ex-Offenders, and the newest addition – Employer Engagement. The webinars are prerecorded and are available at Find your local AJC here: