Langley AFB, VA 23665
About this Location
USO Pathfinder Program has now expanded to the Peninsula and will be offering all of the same great services for service members transitioning to civilian life as well as their spouses.
The home-base of this program will be at our Langley AFB USO Center but will have office hours at our Fort Eustis USO Center during the week.
Schedule an appointment with our scout on the Peninsula today!
Our Pathfinder services are free and we help transitioning service members, recently separated veterans and their spouses (to include Coast Guard) during a window of 1 year prior to separation to 1 year after – and military spouses at any point regardless of sponsor’s transition status – to develop an action plan to meet goals in employment, education, financial readiness, housing, legal, VA benefits, family strength and wellness, as well as volunteerism. We work with the military installation resources as well as community partners in Hampton Roads and around the country to provide connections to resources, programs and providers. Everyone on our team is a veteran or military spouse, and has been through the transition process. We’ve been there and we want to help everyone to succeed.
Please encourage your network to visit www.uso.org/pathfinder and fill out the registration form. Select “Norfolk” as the closest site (for anyone in the whole Hampton Roads area) and within 24 business hours clients will receive a call or email from their Scout to set up an appointment (phone or in person) to find out more about the situation, goals and needs. We work closely with both installation resources and community programs to make sure you get your needs met, for free and with quality programs and services.
SAVE THE DATES & Check Back for More Information:
USO Coffee Connection for Military Spouses July 11 at Langley USO Center from 11 am to noon
USO Coffee Connection for Military Spouses Oct 10 at Fort Eustis USO Center from 11 am to noon
Amenities at this Location
- Administrative Office
Programs at this Location
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