Become part of the team! What our organization is formed to do is provide veterans the setups to start a therapeutic agriculture based hobby in the safety and security of their own backyard. This could be having a bee hive, garden, pond, or a flock of chickens. We will provide the startup “kits” and provide the education and guidance to help make them successful.
Helping homeless, disabled, indigent veterans and their families. Just about every veteran and their families has a legitimate need for help. Whatever you give goes solely to needy veterans and their families.
The Fisher House provides high quality temporary lodging to families of veterans or active duty service members who are undergoing inpatient or extensive outpatient treatment at the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System or Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center at Nellis AFB.
The Southern Nevada State Veterans Home (SNSVH) opened in 2002 with the first veterans admitted in August of that year. Within the 82,000 square foot facility, the Home is able to accommodate 180 residents in three living units called neighborhoods, including one with 24-beds providing two levels of secured care living for individuals suffering from advanced cognitive impairment.
The Veterans Treatment Court (VTC) is a court-supervised program coupled with intensive treatment and supervision for misdemeanor criminal offenders. The VTC targets veterans who enter into the criminal justice system and are identified as having high treatment needs for either substance abuse or mental health issues, to include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and are at risk to re-offend without treatment and intervention.