“We stand by them, as they once stood for us”


At MRF, our commitment is life-long, our services are continual and our support is all-encompassing. We offer assistance to all combat veterans and ex-servicemen of the Marine Reconnaissance Group who’ve had their share of warfare and are now looking for a quiet and peaceful life with their loved ones. Our MRF Community initiative offers all that and much more.


For several years, the MRF group has been the leading support group for the esteemed Marine Reconnaissance Forces and has catered to the needs of active duty personnel, wounded personnel and their families, and deceased and Missing in Action personnel families. With a range of comprehensive and tailor-made services, we have helped several veterans reintegrate back in to the civilian life and cope with any post-war distress and trauma.


The Marine Reconnaissance Foundation is committed to the health and wellness of our operators, veterans, and their families.


VA Related Conditions

(All services and conversations are confidential. These resources are for ALL family members.)

Get Registered NOW! With the VA for all services! This is the NEW and IMPROVED VA and they are here to help!

Step 1: You will need your DD-214 & Photo ID, Go to any VA facility and ask for Patient Representative

Step 2: If you have lost your DD-214 please contact the National Personnel Center at: 314-801-0800


Veteran’s Crisis Line / Suicide Prevention


To help reach out to veterans and former recon personnel and to help them and their families in a confidential manner, we have set up a 24/7 emergency helpline for all veterans. With a team of experienced consultants, the helpline offers unconditional support for all veterans and their families, through counseling, as they readjust to their post-services life.

The Crisis Line also features a Suicide Prevention option, for extreme cases. The helpline is available for everyone, regardless of their registration or enrollment in the VA Healthcare. To speak to our consultants at any time of the day, you can:

(Confidential help for Veteran’s and their families)


  • 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and Press #1 for Veterans
  • www.VeteransCrisisLine.net to chat online send a text message to 838255 to receive free, confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, even if you are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.


Veterans Health Administration “My HealtheVet”


We offer complete health assistance for veterans and their families anywhere and at anytime. By linking and recommending them to the VA Healthcare Initiative, called “My HealtheVet”, veterans and their families can access primary healthcare and medical facilities such as caregiver assistance, prescription refills, other VA benefits, support and encouragement programs, mental health improvement, screening tools and information, healthy living centers and intervention and several other services. To learn more, click here.


  • Offers Veteran’s and their families anywhere, anytime Internet access to VA health care including Caregiver assistance information, Prescription refills, VA Benefits, Support and Encouragement, Mental Health, Screening Tools and Information, Healthy Living centers and Health History


Combat Stress

For several veterans, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a major challenge. It affects their cognitive abilities and is detrimental to their family lives. In this regard, MRF offers a care coalition and support program for curbing and eliminating PTSD and other combat stress from the lives of retired servicemen. This helps them cope with their losses and become productive members of the society. To learn more on PTSD and its controls, please click here.


Care Coalition Information about PTSD/ Combat Stress

National Center for PTSD


VA Mental Health Home Web Page



Additional Services



Transitioning Veteran Links



For the VA location nearest you visit www.va.gov.