Adopt a Soldier prides ourselves in being there when no one else will! From a ER room with a military mom whose sons just tried to take his own life, to the veteran who find his home in a cardboard box. We will never stop trying to grow our organization to be able to support our heroes with the support they require.
Alpha Omega Veteran Services provides social services and short- and long-term transitional housing programs to homeless veterans with the end goals of securing permanent housing, independent living and total societal re-integration.
Our mission is to create the environment that will give Veterans a healthy self-sustaining future while becoming productive citizens in society.
The Augusta Warrior Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to connect Warriors with resources that improve their lives. Augusta Warrior Project’s model is based on developing a proactive relationship with Warriors in order to prevent or mitigate life crisis by holistically addressing issues early and collectively with our partners. Warrior assistance is coordinated by Augusta Warrior Project advocates. Our collaborative relationships with local, state, and national organizations ensures the well-deserved support for our Warriors and their families.
Black Mountain, NC 28711
Private rooms, 24-hour nursing, IV therapy, oxygen therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, wound care and pain management, full-time dietician, nourishment care, activity programming, hospice, private chapel, counseling services, family support group meetings, laundry, volunteer services, medication management, psychiatry, MSW social worker, aquatic therapy, barber/beauty shop services.
Our mission is to provide safe emergency shelter while working to end homelessness for each man.
Our vision is to serve as the catalyst for systemic change to end homelessness in our community.
Conservative estimates report that at least 30% of combat veterans suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
At least half of those never seek treatment, and those who do reach out receive “minimally adequate” care, at best.
Our goal at Equinox Ranch is to empower veterans that struggle with the daily hardships of readjusting to civilian life. We provide the necessary community and resources that truly can make a difference in their lives.
214 Cochran Ave.
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Semi-private rooms/private rooms (additional cost) 24-hour nursing, IV therapy, oxygen therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, wound care and pain management, full-time dietician, nourishment care, activity programming, hospice, counseling services, family group meetings, laundry, pharmacy, volunteer medication management, psychiatry, MSW social worker, barber/beauty shop services.
Harbor Homes is a non-profit community-benefit organization that provides low-income, homeless, and disabled New Hampshire community members with affordable housing, primary and behavioral healthcare, employment and job training, and supportive services. As a member of the Partnership for Successful Living, Harbor Homes offers a unique, holistic approach to care that results in better outcomes for our clients and the community.
Helping a Hero is a 501(c)(3) non profit, non-partisan organization, founded in 2006, that provides support for military personnel severely injured in the war on terror. Our principal activity is to provide specially adapted homes for qualifying service members through partnerships made with the builders, developers, communities, and the veteran. Helping a Hero strives to engage the community in providing services and resources for our wounded heroes and their families. Additionally, Helping a Hero provides support programs such as marriage retreats, caregiver retreats, recreational activities, emotional support, and financial support.
Provide support for military services veterans, by assisting them with life goals, as well as providing safe havens, shelter, food, clothing transportation and education.
pay utilities, rent and other temporary housing expenses for vets and their families
assist with clothing, education & transportation for disabled veterans and their families
The goal of our organization is to help alleviate the problem of homelessness among our veterans and their families by assisting with transitional and permanent housing. The Veterans Resource Center is managed by the Homeless Veterans Services of Dallas, Inc. HVSD is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless or at-risk veterans and their families. The Veterans Resource Center provides a first point of contact for veterans needing to connect to nonprofit, employment, educational and VA resources, in order to provide paths towards self-sufficiency. Day Center- Provides homeless and re-integrating veterans with centric day services including, but not limited to access to showers, laundry (future), workout room, computer lab, healthcare services, Veteran Service Officers on sight to help you with veteran benefits. Female Resource Center (Coming soon)- Will provide safe and female-oriented care and services for female veterans.
We’re a nonprofit organization ending homelessness in Buncombe and Henderson Counties of North Carolina. More than that, we’re non-judgmental staff, volunteers, board members, and people knowledgeable in social work disciplines who believe in the “Housing First” national best practice for ending homelessness. Mostly, we’re people who care about the most vulnerable among us enough to do something about it.
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
The John J. Pershing VA Medical Center, located in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, provides primary care to veterans throughout 29 counties of Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas. Approximately 50,000 veterans live in our service area and about 40 percent of them receive care at our Medical Center annually.