We are three (3) Veteran affiliations working as one volunteer unit to serve those who served in the Military

We can help you navigate the VA, address housing issues, and offer strategies and skills for living a healthy lifestyle. 

Please give us the chance to tell you how.

Agreement Reached on Funding to Increase Veterans Access to Health Care

July 26, 2017

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 Remember, we can't complete the mission alone.

 Knoxville Regional Veterans Mental Health Council (Council)

 Legacy Peer Support Group (LPG)

 Vet to Vet Tennessee (V2VT)


 V2VT is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit veteran advocacy organization

Peer Oriented Services are fundamental to an improved quality of life.

Knoxville Regional Veterans Mental Health Council, Legacy Peer Support Group, Vet to Vet Tennessee, Veteran Friendly Congregation Committee, Veterans Treatment Court Committee, PTSD Awareness, Intervention, Resolution (PAIR) Law Enforcement Training Committee. Results matter!

We Bring

Communications is the key to a successful partnership. three examples listed below is a great way to start 2015. We are honored serve with you!

Time matters!

Time is of the essence therefore once a new program/process is identified, it is crucial to develop a best in class plan and expeditiously execute the program. Remember "Each One, Teach One, Teach One".

Our mission is to make sure veterans and their families are provided the best medical and medical care they have earned

5 Legacy Peer Support groups, 16 Veteran Friendly Congregation/Ministries, Knox County Veterans Treatment Court 40 Veteran Mentors PAIR (PTSD Awareness, Intervention & Awareness) Law Enforcement training over 800 trained in 2015

Council mission

The Knoxville Regional Veterans Mental Health Council seeks to be a “bridge” between veterans receiving healthcare services and their families; VA medical and mental health professionals; veterans support organizations; and the community. Our goal is to ensure better access to information and services, and to identify and advocate for needed changes. Through improved communication and better understanding, veterans challenged by mental health issues may then pursue treatment without fear of stigma.

Our Council is Chaired by Veterans and is endorsed but not a part of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

LPG mission

Our legacy, as Veterans, is to continue to support each other as we did when we were active duty.  We watched each others backs and our mission is to continue that tradition.  Regardless of our generation or war, we share the bond that comes with military service.  We do not judge each other.  We support each other now with the same intensity we did in service.  Our experiences during our military service provides us with unique strengths and capabilities; they allow one to see opportunities, hope and solutions rather than just problems and hopelessness.  Join with us in helping other Veterans recover and grow from those painful memories, depression, family issues, and dependencies that have controlled our lives and ruined many dreams and goals.

vet to vet tn mission
Our goal is to be able to provide a safe haven to any Veteran within our area of service.  Vet to Vet TN gives the veteran a sense of worth that allows them to support and promote their own recovery.  By being patients and supporters and through shared experiences and peer to peer support, the veteran can gain strength, courage, and ownership when it comes to advocating their recovery.

What started five years ago as a city-based organization has now grown and expanded its programs to over 18 East Tennessee counties. We are still a totally volunteer group with no paid staff and only having donated meeting and office space. Our officers generally pay for their own training or participate in community-based grant funded training programs.

Crisis Hotline

Is there someone to call if a veteran is in crisis or at risk of suicide?
The Veterans Crisis Line is a toll-free, confidential resource that connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring VA responders

East Tennessee Foundation Supports V2VT

August 15, 2017 The East Tennessee Foundation sent a letter to Vet to Vet Tennessee (V2VT) granting an award in…

VA Chaplain Telehealth Support

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New VA Executive Leadership – 2017

Mountain Home VA Medical Center (MHVAMC) Mountain Home VA Medical Center Leadership attending a Council meeting on August 10, 2017.…

Crossroads UMC Joins Veteran/Military Friendly Congregation

August 7, 2017 Concord, North Carolina Pastor Lowell McNaney and Lay Leader Ray Wease execute the Veteran/Military Friendly Congregation enrollment…