Veterans and their families have a wide range of networks and programs available to them nationally, regionally, and locally. First, nationally the VA offers veterans a way to access networks and programs that address immediate and long-term health issues, mental health issues, as well as resources that get you connected with assistance where you are located now.
Second, the VA offers Regional and State benefits and services that can be accessed via a computer. Additionally, you should check-in with your nearest Vets Center - some are fixed offices and some are mobile sites. As a veteran, spouse/surviving spouse, or family member seeking information you can turn to a wide range of veteran-centric non-governmental programs, and organizations provide networks/programs and linkages from a national and regional level to local resources.
Finally, while the first two sections providing the broadest of information; the third way to get assistance is at the local level through a) your County or Tribal Veteran Service Officer (CVSO or TVSO), the Service Officer (SO) affiliated with a Veterans Service Organization (VSO), or a SO or counselor with the veteran-centric organization. To locate the wide range of organizations and services offered merely type use the computer's browser and type in, something to the effect, "services available to a veteran in ***city and state***".