Our Home Transitional provides various types of assistance to female veterans (i.e. job training and placement, educational training, home placement assistance, and mental and physical healthcare) through other local and national organizations in efforts to help them transition to self-sufficiency in civilian society. These programs will be offered by Our Home Transitional, along with our partnering organizations, such as the VA, VetBiz Central, Land Bank, SV MAP, Workforce Development Veterans Division, LearnKey Veterans Division, VetQuest, Cars4Vets, National Education Alliance, MI Talent bank and many more!
Our Home Transitional will deliver a unique family style environment not offered by any other housing placements in our area. We can also create an opportunity to revitalize and beautify the City of Flint by utilizing homes that are empty, acquire and then rehab them for permanent placement of our clients. www.ourhometransitional.org join us here https://www.facebook.com/OurHomeTransitional
When women become homeless due to domestic violence the costs--medical, legal, child care, lost wages, trauma, loss of self-esteem--are hard to even estimate since they overlap and compound one another.
Lawmakers, veterans groups push to restore military benefits Fox News Lawmakers and veterans groups are stepping up efforts to fight cuts to benefits for military retirees under the bipartisan budget agreement passed by Congress before the holiday...
One of the most troubling parts of the US and its military is what happens to veterans when they return home. Obama has pledged to end veteran homelessness by 2015, but there are still an estimated 60,000 vets on the streets.
It seems that everything can be acquired on the Internet nowadays. You want to find someone to ride your Harley with? Look for a Meetup group in your city. Cheats for a video game? A thousand sites abound. And if you’re a returning service member who needs some support? Sites promising a hand proliferate. According to this article's author, the following veteran-related websites are all credible, reputable organizations.
Documentary explores life after the military for female veterans The Seattle Times From left, Angela Arellano, a veteran from Tumwater; Alfie Alvarado-Ramos, first female director of the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs; Marcia Rock,...
Kansas City Star Help soldiers, ex-soldiers with stresses mySanAntonio.com In the aftermath of the carnage last week at Fort Hood, let there be a renewed commitment to focus on and treat the stresses that military life, including repeated...
Washington Post (blog) House passes bill to give veterans in-state tuition, halt VA executive bonuses Washington Post (blog) The House this week unanimously passed a bill that would expand veterans' educational benefits and end bonuses for the...
Changes at veterans group focus on next generation Capecodonline Bob Servidori is the president of the Nam Vets Association of the Cape and Islands. His office is filled with donated items that will be distributed to veterans in need.
With 900000 Vets on Food Stamps, Obama Cuts Military Benefits FrontPage Magazine According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities 340,000 veterans receive public money for housing. And, 900,000 veterans live on food stamps.
A new toolkit from the National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth can help you support and advise homeless young people who want to attend college. "College Access and Success for Students Experiencing Homelessness: A...
Eight female active military soldiers and veterans are suing Secretaries of Defense Rumsfeld, Gates and Panetta for what they’re calling an “epidemic” in the military. The stories of gang rape and systemic abuse and a failure to hold those guilty accountable has led to this lawsuit. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta estimated that the number of attacks in 2011 by service members on other service members — both women and men — was close to 19,000, more than six times the number of reported attacks. We pay our soldiers to be professionals – the best at what they do; anyone who embarrasses themselves and their country by raping another soldier should be thrown in the brig. Period.
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