This page will provide community resources for veterans. As we receive more resources
we will post them to this page so please check this page frequently.
Daytona State College Counseling Services provides a variety of services in order to enhance students' educational experience and assist students to define and accomplish personal, career, and academic goals and overcome behavioral difficulties.
One on One Counseling: is short-term focused on stabilization, and assisting students to return to their normal functioning. Students identify specific goals to be accomplished. Duration of individual counseling will be three sessions.
More complex issues that require long-term therapy will be referred to a community licensed mental health counselor in Volusia/Flagler for continuation of care.
Most important, the Daytona State College mission is to assist students in maintaining a healthy personal, social, cultural, and professional life.
For more information please visit DaytonaState.edu/counseling or call (386) 506-3038.
Student Disability Services
Daytona State College is committed to providing equality of services for qualified students with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities, in compliance with the American with Disability Act of 1990 (ADA) Section 504 as it relates to higher education.
There is a Student Disability Services office located on each DSC campus. Students are responsible for contacting the disability office to register, and must provide proper documentation in a timely manner. Upon receipt of a request for services and receiving the appropriate documentation, the student disability advisor works with the student to provide and arrange the most suitable and reasonable accommodations.
Examples of Services provided:
Accommodations are individually determined
Alternative Classroom Testing
Adaptive equipment, computer lab assistive technology
American Sign Language Interpreters (ASL)
The OnlineCollegesDatabase.org: Higher Education Resources for Veterans and Their Families
A free 20-page guide includes detailed research by Ron Kness, a 36-year military veteran and expert in the service-to-school transition. In addition to more than 150 resources with links and brief descriptions, the guide also has 3 pages dedicated solely to veterans education information and resources by state.
Student Veterans of America (SVA)
The mission of the SVA is to provide military veterans with resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and post-graduation.
The SVA was created by student Veterans to provide resources for student veterans. There is a lot of good information on this site so please take a look at it.
Veterans Assistance Coalition Inc.
PO Box 1527
Ormond Beach, FL 32175
Mission Statement: to render assistance and honor to Veterans and Active Duty Personnel with charity, education, relief, support and camaraderie in efforts to improve their quality of life. Also to promote public awareness and community involvement.
William V. Chappell Jr. Daytona Beach Outpatient Clinic
551 N. Healthcare Drive
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 – Press 1
Text 838255 to get help now
Chat link at www.veteranscrisisline.net
National Homeless Veteran Call Center
The National Homeless Veteran Call Center (NHVCC) provides improved access for homeless veterans to VA services and programs and other community resources.
Volusia County Veterans Services:
West Volusia (386) 740-5102
Daytona Beach (386) 254-4646
Mission: To inform veterans and their dependents of benefits to which they are entitled, and to assist them in obtaining those benefits by filing claims and supporting documents that will justify their claims
Daytona Beach Vet Center:
1620 Mason Ave., Suite C Daytona Beach, FL 32117
Phone: 386-366-6600 Or 877-927-8387 Fax: 386-274-5700
The Mesothelioma Group:
The Mesothelioma Group, is a new organization dedicated to increasing mesothelioma awareness. As you may already know, mesothelioma is a rare but very deadly cancer caused by asbestos exposure. Veterans are especially at risk of developing mesothelioma because asbestos was almost unavoidable in every branch of the military. Once diagnosed, the average life expectancy is only about one year. This is why early detection and awareness for mesothelioma are so crucial in improving survival rates. We believe that any individual diagnosed with mesothelioma deserves to have the best information and support available.