Women Veterans

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California is home to nearly 145,000 women who have served and are currently serving in our U.S. military. At our office we would like to express our gratitude for all. We recommend checking out these other links below that would like to express their gratitude as well.

CalVet for Women

  • Keeping you informed with updated benefits
  • Monthly state-wide seminars
  • Resources that they offer and more

VA Women's Health

  • Addresses the health care needs of women Veterans and works to ensure that timely, equitable, high-quality, comprehensive health care services are provided in a sensitive and safe environment.

  Women Veterans Alliance

 Creates a community both online and off-line including local women veteran networking groups, community events and national conferences world-wide which provide opportunities to connect and grow.

  • Career opportunities, advancement – relationship with major corporations and women owned businesses
  • Connect with potential private and state employers to gain employment.
  • Mentorship

    • Recruitment Advocacy and Assistance: Young women wishing to join military (take through process)
    • Professional & Career Mentoring: Tools and Assistance to get clear on your gifts, skills and purpose.
    • Partner with professional women & Community Colleges to discover and enter desired careers.

Women Veterans Network 

"Here to provide a unique social network of women Veterans to foster connections and build relationships in local communities and across the nation."

Foundation for Women Warriors

" A 100 year old Nonprofit Organization dedicated to honoring and empowering the women veteran community."

CCW-Shasta County

You must:

  • Be of good moral character.
  • A full-time resident of Shasta County.
  • Have valid identification.
  • Be at least 21 years of age.
  • Own and have a gun registered in California.
  • Not have any open criminal cases or pending citations.
  • Not have any felony convictions or specified misdemeanors. (Penal Code Sections 29900-29905)
  • Not have a history of mental illness, or be currently under treatment/counseling for mental or emotional problems.
  • Not be on active probation.
  • Not be a defendant/respondent named within and subject to a current temporary restraining order/protection order/order after hearing. (Family Code section 621; Code of Civil Procedure 527.6 and 527.8)
  • Existing CCW holders from another County or State must apply as 'NEW' applicants

One Safe Place

 "We provide legal services, safety and emotional support to intimate partners, children, and seniors affected by domestic violence and sexual assault."
  • Legal Services
  • Restraining Order Assistance
  • Legal Assistance
  • Court
  • Stability & Security
  • Temporary Residence
  • Clothes & Food Assistance
  • Secure Parking
  • Emotional Support
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Parenting & Relationship Education


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