May 6th – The BoDells
May 12th – Sierra Band
May 13th – Cross Creek
May 19th – Better than Road Kill
May 20th – Bop Daddies
May 27th - Southbound
June 3 – Evolution
June 10 – Southbound
June 16 – Good Ol Boys & a Gal
The Lounge may be open on Sundays for the Chiefs Games, check our FB page for details
Want to Learn how to Line Dance? Come out to the Lounge on Thursdays from 6-8 PM
Open MIC Night on Tuesdays from 6-9 PM
|Tuesday||- Opens at 4:00pm|
|Wednesday||- Opens at 3:00pm|
|Thursday||- Opens at 3:00pm|
|Friday||- Opens at 5:00pm|
|Saturday||- Opens at 5:00pm|
We meet every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00am at the post. Come enjoy some coffee and good conversation!!
Transitioning from the military. Leaving a job. Ending a relationship. Raising kids. Big life moments can be overwhelming. Veterans don’t have to go through the hard stuff alone, they can take a moment to reach out and ask for help.
During Suicide Prevention Month, held in September, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) works to raise awareness of Veteran suicide prevention and empower Veterans to connect with the resources they need now to prevent suicide later.
Veterans are driven and resilient. But everyone needs help sometimes. Whether Veterans are looking for peer-to-peer support, clinical care, counseling, or something else, they can reach out in the following ways:
Call, text, or email a friend or family member to ask for support through a tough time. Veterans can find ways to get started on Take a Moment — Reach Out (va.gov). Connect with a fellow Veteran to talk about what they are going through.
Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness can get free, confidential support through the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans.
Get a trained counselor ready to help. Veterans don’t have to be registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care to contact the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans.
VA also provides crisis resources to those who need them. If you or a Veteran you know is going through a crisis, contact the Veterans Crisis Line. This free, confidential resource connects Veterans or their loved ones to a real person specially trained to support Veterans during times of crisis.
Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, text 838255, or chat online at
For more information and resources, visit Take a Moment — Reach Out (va.gov).
Qualified Solid Start representatives will call Veterans three times in their first year of separation to walk them through the benefits available to them.
Veterans, their families, and caregivers can call 1-800-MyVA411 (800-698-2411) to easily access information on VA benefits and services.
More than 600 Veterans and family members from across the country have shared their stories of strength and recovery. It only takes a few seconds to find a story Veterans can relate to.
This tool, which is confidential and anonymous, allows people to search by ZIP code for local treatment facilities that focus on substance use/addiction and/or mental health issues.
People cope with stressful situations in different ways. This confidential, anonymous risk assessment can show if stress and depression are affecting Veterans.
We render professional military funeral honors, in accordance with service tradition, to all eligible veterans when requested by an authorized family member.
American Legion Topeka North Post 400
3029 NW US HWY 24 Topeka KS 66618-2710 US