Our Proud Partners

The Outreach Center stands as the preeminent resource and referral organization for veterans and their families on Cape Cod. If there is a veteran in need, whatever that need may be, our staff will assist in connecting veterans and their families to available community resources.

We are grateful for their diligent efforts as our community strives to provide comprehensive support to area veterans and their families.

Memory Care Resources for Veterans

A study conducted by NIH (National Institute of Health) found that veterans are twice as likely to develop dementia. Aside from the normal aging process, traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder make veterans more vulnerable to dementia than the general population.

To help veterans and their families, created a guide to memory care for veterans. This resource goes over dementia in detail and shares treatment options as well as available VA programs and resources.

You can view the guide here:

View the guide here:

Free Medical Alert Systems for Veterans

Veterans of all ages may be eligible for a free medical alert system from providers that have partnered with the Department of Veterans Affairs. These systems can help you or your loved one remain safer and more independent even when living alone. These devices are sometimes referred to as personal emergency response systems (PERS) and usually take the form of a bracelet or pendant. The features and functionality vary, from basics such as two-way speech to automatic fall detection, GPS and voice guidance.

Whether it’s needed due to a physical disability, health concerns or a simple matter of the years adding up, veterans may qualify for a free medical alert system from the VA or state assistance programs. The VA recommends wearing a medical alert bracelet to get help quickly in many scenarios, from food allergies to Alzheimer’s disease, and for storing vital health information to be accessed in an emergency.

This guide explains the options available for veterans interested in getting a free medical alert system from the VA and how to submit a request. Other potential sources of assistance are also detailed, as well as a state-by-state list of Medicaid programs that may cover the cost.

Further details

Veterans Benefits Administration

Veterans benefits help Veterans and their families buy homes, earn degrees, start careers, stay healthy, and more. Join an event for conversation and information.

(800) 698-2411

The Vet Center

Vet Centers are community-based counseling centers that provide a wide range of social and psychological services, including professional readjustment counseling to eligible Veterans, active duty service members, including National Guard and Reserve components, and their families.

474 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601

(508) 778-0124

Veteran Services District Office

Veterans’ Services District Office and its branch offices handle applications for financial and medical assistance, arrange transportation to VA facilities, visit housebound veterans and those in hospitals and nursing homes, advise veterans on community resources, and provide assistance with housing, home loans, education and the full range of veterans benefits.

66 Falmouth Road
Hyannis, MA 02632

(508) 778-8740

Hyannis VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic

Every patient has a Primary Care Provider who will coordinate all your health care needs and make sure you receive appropriate care by providing easy access to any of the Providence VA Medical Center’s 32 subspecialty clinics.

233 Stevens Street
Hyannis, MA 02601-3766

(508) 771-3190

Standard Form 180

The Standard Form 180, Request Pertaining to Military Records (SF180) is used to request information from military records.


Your support provides access to healthy food, a place to call home, professional counseling, referrals, and more.