Celebrating 40,000 Veterans Served!


In the three years since the launch of the Texas Veterans Network (TVN) powered by Combined Arms, 40,000  military-connected individuals have been connected to resources in the community. 

The Texas Veterans Network was launched as a statewide initiative to streamline the connection for service members, veterans and their families to the resources in the community that help them easily transition to new duty stations, out of military service or to new stages of their lives. 

This partnership launched by the Texas Workforce Commission in April 2020, in partnership with the Texas Veterans Commission, Combined Arms and United Way of Tarrant County’s Mission United is a true statewide collaboration in support of the 1.7 million veterans that live in Texas and includes the approximate 110,000 active, Guard and Reserve servicemembers and as well as their families who are stationed in the state. 

TVN powered by Combined Arms was launched during the pandemic as an expansion of the Combined Arms Houston model. Now Regional Managers serve as ambassadors of the Texas Veterans Network to connect servicemembers, veterans, families, caregivers, and gold star families to community support across the state. You can find our incredible Texas Regional Managers at events in their areas: 

Southeast Texas -   John Smith

North Texas -  Megan Heil & Gus Cabarcas 

Central Texas -  Sharon Ozdarski 

West Texas -  Martha Garza

South Texas -  NOW HIRING! 

Underserved Communities -  Earl Lundy 


The Texas Veterans Network powered by Combined Arms technology, designed specifically for the military community, is supported by a network of 250+ vetted partners offering more than 1200 resources and are committed to connecting with veterans and their families within 72 hours of request. 

To access this incredible network of support, individuals can create a profile or call our intake team at 1-888-737-3112. 


In 2022, we were proud to welcome 38 partners to join the work to ensure that no veteran or military family falls through the cracks. We cannot do this work without you! 

Camp Corral

Camp Southern Ground

Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration

Community Services of Northeast Texas

Dallas College

Elizabeth Dole Foundation

Every Warrior

Excelsior University

Farmer Veteran Coalition

Food Care Center - Killeen, TX

Galveston County Food Bank

Heroes on the Water

K9s for Warriors

Kids Meals

Kids Rank

Louisiana Department of Veteran’s Affairs


Merging Vets and Players

Military Veteran Peer Network-Wichita Falls

Minority Veterans of America

MOAA Foundation

Montgomery County Food Bank


Pecan Valley Centers - Veteran Services

Posse Foundation

Skillpoint Alliance

Southeast Louisiana Legal Services

Temple College

Tuesday's Children

TVC Employment DFW Region1

TVC Employment DFW Region8

TVC Employment DFW Region9

TVC Employment DFW NE TX

US Veteran Initiative - Workforce Development Department

UTHealth Trauma and Resilience Center

Veterans Yoga Project

Warrior Canine Connection

Bob Woodruff Foundation VIVA Program


“Heroes on the Water is pleased to be a part of the Combined Arms as a member organization. Our partnership ensures we can reach more veterans to provide wellness and community through our kayak fishing programs.” ~ Neil Mullaney, Col (Ret) USAF, Heroes on the Water Executive Director

“We are thrilled to partner with Combined Arms to support veterans and military families. As part of our partnership, we can extend tuition discounts to your suite of service organizations so this partnership is full circle.” - Lisa Romano, Strategic Alliances and Partnerships, Excelsior University

"We are excited about our continued partnership with Combined Arms! It has been a great resource to meet new Veterans and beyond that, refer Veterans back to other organizations that meet their specific needs. It's refreshing to be a part of a community that rallies together, building a desire and goal to simply helps Veterans from every front possible. There are so many resources out there, and having a place for all of them to come together, provides a holistic and personalized approach to the needed issues. MedTechVets is proud to be a part of the community and excited to see the heights it will grow in the coming years." - Amy Reiter, Director of Operations, MedTechVets

"Veterans Yoga Project's vision is to support the mental health and well-being of all veterans and military families, one breath and moment of gratitude at a time. We are honored to be a part of the Combined Arms ranks, sharing our tools and resources with veterans and military families across the country." - Brianna Renner, CEO, Veterans Yoga Project.