Integrative Veteran Education, Guidance and Resources

1veteran.org was originally created as a portal for veterans to go to in search of our San Diego County Resources that Our  community is offering that Integrates with the VA Medical Center in La Jolla. The CIHC (Complementary & Integrative Health committee) has done amazing amount of work to find important information throughout the County. As an Army Veteran Volunteer on the committee, I agreed to take on the task as a way to Learn web design.

As I expand my work with our Counties Community Veteran Collaborative meetings I have been inspired to expand this website to offer education, guidance, support, resources and anything else veterans, their families and friends are seeking for a successful healthy life before during and after your military duty.

When we go into the military we become apart of a team of two or more. When we leave the military we become Independent and an individual. Civilian life is different. The rules are different. Our lives are different. What do we do, where do we go?

This website is designed to support all veterans no matter what branch, how isolated, we may be, feel or seem.

No one needs to be alone!

When you come across a deadend, your questions weren’t heard, your still seeking support for your civilian success you feel like 1 veteran in your world. We are here to assist, guide, educate, & direct you until you achieve the help you seek.

I am that “1” veteran, that decided to do something about what I saw personally and the many veterans with similar concerns.

I am also Seeking those like me who are passionate to continue serving our veterans who served. Collaboration and Teamwork is vital to our success in todays “Independent” thinking.

Thank you for your patience and understatnding. in time as we build the infrastructure, we will have a team and a resource that works with our nations veteran community.

Thank you for your service. Thank you for supporting those of us who have served. and Welcome to those interested in a future of service.


Andrew Blume