Cape Cod Veterans Directory
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Cape Cod & Islands Military Veterans

Bereavement Support

Cape Cod Military, Veteran and Family Collaborative

Cape Cod Military Support Foundation INC

The Memorial Park fund provides the financial commitment to maintain and operate Memorial Park at Joint Base Cape Cod. Memorial Park is dedicated to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country and to memorialize those who have served. The Park is open to all branches of the service.

Dignity Memorial

Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Homes, Doane, Beal and Ames Funeral Homes and Nickerson Funeral Homes are dedicated to helping you celebrate your life or one of a loved one with a funeral, cremation and/or memorial service befitting the life lived. Proud members of “We Honor Veterans” program and affiliates of the local American Legion and VFW Affinity program.


Hope Hospice

Through a patient-centered and coordinated model of care, Hope Hospice’s care team attends to the unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs of each patient and family in any setting. Hope Hospice serves all who are eligible for hospice care, regardless of the complexity. When acute symptoms cannot be safely managed at home, Hope Hospice provides inpatient care at McCarthy Care Center, the area’s only specially-licensed, hospice inpatient unit providing short-term acute care for symptom management and stabilization. Hope Hospice is a Level Three provider of the We Honor Veterans program.


Learn more at or call 508-957-0200 or 800-642-2423


Massachusetts National Guard Family Program

The MANG FPO (MA National Guard Family Program) enhanced the regional concept of support with the addition of regionally based teams that address Assistance, Readiness and Resiliency for all our Servicemembers, Veterans, Military Families and Youth and Survivor Families in the state of Massachusetts. The MANG FPO's mission is to establish a viable Family Readiness Network which identifies multiple local, state and federal resources; empowers Military Families; enhances Quality of Life; and ensures both Guard and Family resiliency to promote the best in both.

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The Samaritans on Cape Cod and the Islands

Safe Place Support Groups (for those who have lost someone to suicide)-Falmouth Hospital, 100 Ter Heun Dr. Falmouth, MA  - 2nd + 4th Wednesday’s of the month  7-8:30 pm,  meet- Lilly lobby and Hyannis Youth and Community Center,  141 Bassett Ln, Hyannis, MA - 1st +3rd Mondays,  7-8:30 pm Room 232

Care Packages for survivors of suicide loss (sent by request to those who have lost someone to suicide) Free of charge unless sent out of state.

Contact:, Stephanie Kelly –Director, office-508-548-7999 

Crisis Lines- local 508-548-8900,  Toll Free-  800-893-9900


An important part of the Vet Center’s mission is to care for war Veterans and their family members, including Gold Star Families.  We offer Bereavement Counseling to all immediate family members (including spouses, children, parents, and siblings) of Service members who die while serving on active service. This includes federally activated members of the National Guard and reserve components.

All services are free and confidential.

Among other things, we provide individual and group counseling as well as resource and referral Information.


474 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601

Phone: 508-778-0124 Or 877-927-8387


Visiting Nurse Association of Cape Cod

The VNA of Cape Cod provides Hospice care.

Call 800-631-3900 or visit us at

Cape Cod Military, Veteran and Family Collaborative