How We Serve Veterans
We see the value in every Veteran regardless of age or time in the service. Through an extensive triage process, we formulate a plan for success. We emphasize hard work, financial responsibility, and community involvement with every client.
First, every Veteran is offered a Battle Buddy to ensure they know they are not forgotten. The program includes wrap around case management, services, referrals and regular communication and visits. By meeting all of the basic human needs of interaction, socialization, eliminating hunger and providing hope, together we can change the lives of Veterans everywhere.
Battle Buddy Program
A Battle Buddy is a mentor, advocate, and friend to help struggling veterans navigate benefits, find opportunities and find hope for a new day!
We are currently accepting applications for volunteers to be a Battle Buddy and for Veterans who would like a Battle Buddy. All of our services are provided at no charge to our Veterans.
Veterans choose what services they need to move forward, whether you want a friendly telephone call once a week or visits to your home - you decide, we are here to help!
Changing Lives By Providing Dignity
We believe no Veteran should be hungry, homeless or forgotten. Basic dignity and compassion goes a long way to helping someone get their life back on track.
We maintain a stocked food pantry to help Veterans and their families.
Whether you need a little help to round out your daily menu or you need groceries for your family for a week or two, call us at (770) 973-0014.
If our location is too far to drive or you lack transportation, we will work with you to find a food pantry near you!
We collect and distribute seasonally appropriate, and gently used blue jeans, sweat pants/shirts, and shoes along with new socks, and underwear for homeless and transitioning Veterans on a monthly basis.
If you are homeless or in jeopardy of becoming homeless, call us at (770) 973-0014 for information about emergency, transitional and permanent housing options for Veterans.
Hope is a cup of coffee, a telephone call, someone to listen and an advocate who will find the answers you need to help you move forward positively in your life.
All contact with Veterans is completely confidential, with referrals to professional counselors and substance abuse clinics as needed.
Sometimes you just need a friendly voice and someone in your corner to know you are not forgotten.