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House Homeless Vets

Help House Homeless Vets

Over 60,000 soldiers are currently abandoned on the streets of the United States, where some have been robbed, beaten, and spat at.

What many don't know is that there is housing available for many of the chronically homeless veterans on our streets.

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Canine Heroes

They've given years of their lives in service to our country, hunting down explosives, standing guard over our soldiers, and becoming key members of search and rescue teams. They've been integrated into every branch of the U.S. military around the world. But what happens to them when they retire? They don't even get a ride home!

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Job Training for Homeless Veterans

You can make a difference by supporting programs that help veterans return to leading a normal life. Occupational therapy helps keep injuries such as the loss of a limb from preventing meaningful employment. Vocational training teaches new job skills and helps veterans apply skills they learned in the military to civilian life. While in transitional housing provided by these programs, formerly homeless veterans can receive further help with job preparedness, dressing for success, resume writing, interview skills, job search skills, and budgeting for life outside transitional housing. If veterans suffer from physical disabilities, these programs also provide further occupational therapy to help veterans achieve full rehabilitation and community reintegration.

Help homeless veterans get their lives back on track!

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