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13,000 Resources for Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reintegration go Mobile

April 25, 2011 | By kobylangley
[caption id="attachment_1219" align="alignright" width="347" caption="The mobile version of the National Resource Directory makes it easy for wounded warriors, veterans, their families and caregivers, those in transition and all who support them to find the right resources from among the more than 13,000 listed on the Directory."]
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Wounded warriors, veterans, their families and caregivers can now get a little smarter about their benefits and resources close to home thanks to the National Resource Directory .  The directory is now fully mobile, and can be used with ease on your smartphones via the new mobile version launched this week. Key features of the National Resource Directory mobile version also include the ability to search the Directory by subject, state or territory; immediate access to news and helplines; and the capability to interact with the Directory through social media. Teh national Resource Directory is a colloboration between the U.S. Departments of Defense, Labor and Veterans Affairs.  The directory holds over 13,000 resources that have been screened for suitability and for their commitment to providing resources to wounded warriors, veterans, their families and caregivers.  The resources listed support recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration. To use the National Resource Directory mobile version, simply enter into the browser of your mobile device. Read the Armed Forces Press Service story about the National Resource Directory mobile version. So pick up your smart phone, and get a little smarter with the mobile version of