USA Cares Inc

Rating: 3.83 stars   36 reviews


PO Box 759 Suite 3 Radcliff KY 40159 USA


Offer grants, advice, recommendations and coordinate other organizations support for those families that are left behind during mobolization, deployment or service to our country.


The emergency assistance program at usa cares pays immediate, essential bills, including food and utilities. Our focus is on cases where the financial hardships are related to military service for post 9-11 veterans, active duty and their immediate family.

the housing assistance program provides grant assistance to prevent foreclosure and eviction. The program offers budgetary counseling to renters and home owners, additionally, for home owners, counselors can help to negotiate the terms to reinstate the mortgage or put it on a payment plan. These services are free for post 9-11 veterans, active duty and their families.

the usa cares combat injured program provides grant assistance to post 9-11 veterans referred to in-patient treatment for post traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury and military sexual trauma. The program covers the cost of basic needs such as housing, food and utilities. The mission of the combat injured program is to provide access to care that will ultimately prevent suicide, homelessness and joblessness. Assistance is paid directly to the provider, such as a mortgage or utility program.

the usa cares jobs assistance program provides help to post 9-11 veterans who are seeking employment by removing the barriers to employment. Items considered for this program include tools, fuel for travel to interviews as well as expenses for basic needs.

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Role: Board Member
Rating: 5 stars  

Three years ago I was looking for a Military charity to become involved with. Fortunately General Colin Powell and Lt. Colonel Oliver North were in Louisville to speak during the springtime. I asked each of them seperately which organization I should try to get involved with. Both of these men immediately urged me to seek out USA Cares ,which is just 40 minutes from my home in Louisville. I solicited a few people I knew on the Board and within a year I was a Board member. I can say from first hand experience the Board and the staff exist to serve military families who are in financial crisis. Every effort is made to raise more and more money which will go to these deserving families. Of all the non-profits I have been involved with USA Cares is the most focused on executing their mission. It is truly a wonderful organization.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

I have seen the effect on the military families who we serve first hand. We have many, many military families who are grateful for our help in saving their home from foreclosure, putting food on their table, and keeping the electricity on.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Add as many Board members as possible. Simply stated, more Board members represents more resources to help our military families.

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