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WELCOME to the Veteran Support Network (VSN) ~ Missoula Region

Who We Are: Welcome

Who "WE" Are

WE are HERE for YOU!

The Missoula Region VSN is a group of Veterans, service providers, volunteers, non-profits and businesses who have built relationships in order to provide a complete portfolio of resources to help Veterans, service members, and their families obtain the services they need for transition, personal growth, and community belonging.

Veteran Service Provider (VSP) Meetings

The Missoula Region VSN meets on the 3rd WEDNESDAY of every month

Ole Beck VFW Post 209, 245 W. Main St., Missoula (3pm)

The meetings are called Veteran Service Provider (VSP) Meetings; however, EVERYONE is welcome!

The VSN also hosts an ANNUAL Event on Armed Forces Day

Heroes at Home BBQ:

In conjunction with the & Veteran Suicide Awareness & Prevention (VSAP) Run / Walk / RUCK:

Veteran Suicide Awareness ~ Community Action

Student Veteran DOCUMENTARY by Sanai Abell:



** Photo of Anton & Shannon (upper right corner) by the Veterans Portrait Project (VPP) 7/11/19

Stacy is an award-winning military photographer & disabled combat Veteran:

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Veteran Support Network ~ Leadership Team

Making A Difference

"Creating Community for Veterans from Finding Homes to Whitewater Rafting"

Anton Johnson (U.S. Army Veteran) ~ VA Readjustment Counseling / Outreach Specialist / Mobile Vet Center

Missoula Vet Center, 910 Brooks St. Ste 101, Missoula, (406) 721-4918,

Vet Center Call Center 877-WAR-VETS (927-8387)

Director, (406) 396-8390,

American Heroes Outdoors ~ SCHEELS Hometown Hero (VIDEO):

Member - Ole Beck VFW Post 209, 245 W. Main St., Missoula, (406) 728-7749 (

Erick Kahila, MSW (U.S. Marine Corps Veteran) ~ VSAP Coordinator & HUD VASH

Veteran Suicide Awareness & Prevention (VSAP) Coordinator, OR

HUD/VASH Case Manager, David J Thatcher CBOC, MT VAHCS, 2685 Palmer Street, Suite B, Missoula (406) 493-3706, C (406) 202-5640

Member - American Legion Post 27 & Missoula "Hell Gate Elks" Lodge 383

“Acting Director” of the Rocky Mountain Museum of Military History (RMMMH)

PEER SUPPORT: Clayton D. Keys, CBHPSS - HUD/VASH 406-417-8065,

​Rebecca Stancil, C.W.S, W.P.D.P. (U.S. Navy Veteran) ~ Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) Program Director

Missoula Housing Authority, APPLY:, 1235 34th St., Missoula, (406) 549-4113, ext. 106,

Housing Services Leader & Spokeswoman for the VSN

International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP)

American Legion Post 27 & the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 27

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

Shannon Noble (U.S. Navy Veteran) ~ Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP)

Montana Department of Labor & Industry, WSD Job Service – Missoula (,

Veteran Service Provider (VSP) Meeting Facilitator

Outreach Specialist, Web & Social Media Administrator for the VSN

Missoula "Hell Gate Elks" Lodge 383

Tom Curran (U.S. Air Force Veteran) ~ Peer Support Specialist

Manager ~ Ole Beck VFW Post 209, 245 W. Main St., Missoula, (406) 728-7749 (

VSN Events CMTE ~ Heroes @ Home & VSAP “Event Commander” (623) 229-1225,

Tate Jones (Son of U.S. Air Force Veteran) ~ Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Museum of Military History

2975 General Foster Ave. (Building T-316), Fort Missoula, (406) 239-7738,

WEB:; MAILING: P.O. Box 7263, Missoula, MT 59807

Museum exhibits on War of 1812, Frontier era, Civil War, Imperial Age, World Wars, Korea, Vietnam, Mideast conflicts, Montanans in battle, and Civilian Conservation Corps.

Rest in Peace, US Army Major Angwin (Ret) ~ A true "Hero at Home," he helped the VSN w/the annual BBQ from the beginning and knew it was important to honor our Veterans by having a community led / non-partisan event to say, “We appreciate you; we want you to feel safe; we want to honor you; you are part of this community, and we have your back.”

​VA Welcome Kit:
Subscribe to VA News:
White House VA Hotline 1-855-948-2311 (24/7 access to a live agent)

Vet Center Call Center 877-WAR-VETS (927-8387)

Community Veteran Engagement Boards (CVEB) ~ Nationwide MAP of Veteran Support Networks

Office of Community Engagement (OCE) ~ Quarterly newsletters:

VA VEO Resources:

Veterans Experience Office (VACO) - Veterans, Family and Community Engagement, Department of Veterans Affairs (202) 631-7645


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​*** Supportive Services: Financial Assistance, Housing / Homelessness, Legal Assistance & Volunteer Network

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*** Education & Employment Opportunities

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*** Veteran Networking, Recreation, and Support

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