Kern County is actively responding to COVID-19.

Non-Profit and Other Agencies

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California Veterans Assistance Foundation

CVAF serves veterans and other individuals and their families who are homeless, at risk, and low income.

To serve veterans and other individuals and their families who are homeless, at risk, and low income. To restore and improve lives by alleviating homelessness through information, advocacy, and service.

Wounded Heroes Fund

Wounded Heroes Fund is a service organization for those Veterans and their families affected by the war on terror with a focus on facilitating a healthy transition to civilian life through support and appreciation.

Armed Forces Support Foundation

Our mission is to help by providing financial and non-financial assistance to veterans of all eras in appreciation and recognition of their sacrifices.

Patriots of Kern

We provide assistance to veterans; to assist youth organizations that promote patriotism and leadership; to assist the Kern County Veterans Service Dept.

Kern County Veterans Collaborative

The Kern County Veterans Collaborative will ensure that the needs of veterans and their families are addressed by coordinating services and outreach through partnerships and collaboration.

Honor Flight Kern County

Honor Flight Kern County (HFKC) is one of 136 hubs from around the country that is part of the Honor Flight Network. HFKC is an all volunteer non-profit created to honor veterans of Kern County and surrounding areas and veterans as far away as the San Fernando Valley

Our mission is to honor and send America's veterans to Washington D.C. to see the memorials built in their honor for the service to our country - at no cost to the veteran.

Kern Patriot Partnership

The Kern County Veterans Service Department is proud to announce a new initiative made possible by a grant from Chevron, USA; the Kern Patriot Partnership (KPP), a program dedicated to connecting Kern County Veterans with superior local employers.

First you thank a veteran. Then you hire one.