The mission of the Texas Veterans Commission is to advocate for and provide superior service to veterans that will significantly improve the quality of life for all Texas veterans, their families, and survivors.
March 1836 was a perilous month for Texas independence
March 1836 saw Texans’ fight for their independence in peril. Early victories had been earned by Texans at Gonzales (Come a...
Free legal assistance for civil matters
Housing, family law, disability issues, estate planning & more are among free civil legal assistance available to eligibl...
Help with eyesight & seeing a brighter future
Army veteran Howard McMillan’s eyesight problem made him unable to pursue his career as a welder as he could not pass the n...
Her dream is on her career path with help from Veteran Career Advisor
After Gulf War Army veteran Lenora Holmes’ new job fell through, she found herself unemployed and depleting her savings. In...
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We are very honored and privileged to serve those who served in the U.S. Armed Services as well as the family members of these deserving individuals. We have an obligation to remind our fellow citizens that freedom is not free. It came at a price paid with blood and sacrifice by American veterans like you.
We strongly support a collaborative state-wide partnership that includes local, state, and federal governmental offices and private organizations to connect with all veterans, families, and survivors across the state and meet their needs through a broad range of services and assistance.
Additionally, we are committed to provide quality customer service in a professional and compassionate manner.
As President Theodore Roosevelt stated in 1903, “A man who is good enough to shed his blood for his country is good enough to be given a square deal afterwards.”
Thomas P. Palladino