The Code of Support Foundation provides essential and critical one-on-one assistance to struggling service members, veterans and their families with the most complex needs. 

When I called Code of Support my back was up against the wall. I was struggling with my VA Claim and just days earlier had lost a close friend to suicide. They did something that hadn’t happened in years: they listened.
— Zachary Bell, Marine Combat Veteran

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Our Programs

COSF has three programs, each designed to achieve our vision of bridging the military civilian divide.

Case Coordination Program

Code of Support Foundation's team of trained case coordinators and veteran peer navigators provide personalized, comprehensive, long-term assistance to struggling service members, veterans and their families (SMVF) as they transition into civilian life. We serve all generations of SMVF's across the nation, regardless of discharge status.


PATRIOTlink, is a cloud-based resource navigation platform designed by service providers for service providers. The strategically populated provider assistance tool empowers service providers to easily navigate and find resources for the service members, veterans and families they are assisting. This allows a service provider to perform searches that result in resources their client qualifies for, significantly reducing the amount of time it takes to find the often multiple resources their client needs.

Education & Engagement Program

Code of Support Foundation works to build America's public awareness of the service and sacrifice of our military, veterans and their families through its education and engagement program. Most people want to help but they don't know how. COSF provides engagement opportunities using a variety of platforms to move civilians from caring, to committed and involved.


The Code of Support Foundation was established in 2010 by Major General (RET) Alan B. Salisbury with the goal of bridging the growing divide of understanding and engagement between our military and civilian communities. Working with a dedicated team of retired military and civilian leaders, he developed the “Code of Support” for our troops as a parallel document to the Military “Code of Conduct” in which service-members pledge that they are prepared to give their lives in defense of our country. The Code of Support is a set of six meaningful commitments all American’s can make to give meaning to the words, “support our troops.”