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Volunteering their time to help veterans: it’s a project that took only a day, but makes a permanent difference.
When someone volunteers to serve in the U.S. military, the idea that they’d somehow will be punished by the country they are willing to die for seems virtually unthinkable.
Nearly half a year after it suspended operations, leaders of The Pathway Home in Yountville are organizing a comeback – with a new focus on helping those struggling to shift from military service to civilian college life.
Just over a year ago, Illinois lawmakers gathered at what was to be the future site of a veterans' home on the southwest corner of Forest Preserve Drive and Oak ParkAvenue.
A multifaceted effort to provide housing for a deserving veteran's family is coming together with a Feb. 12 Habitat for Humanity dedication ceremony.
Over the last few weeks, the 13 Watchdog team has uncovered numerous issues at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.
This grant is part of more than $1.6 million in grants announced for 10 Volunteers of America homeless veterans programs in seven states.
The Home Depot Foundation has announced grants totaling $1.6 million to ten Volunteers of America affiliates to address the housing needs of former service members.
Seeing work begin on a new $36 million nursing home for veterans was a long-awaited treat for many former service members on Wednesday.
The inside of a house in Cape Girardeau will be stripped to the studs this weekend as the Student Veterans Organization at Southeast Missouri State University transforms the home into a place where veterans can stay as they transition from the military to college life.
Veterans are waiting years for their injury claims to be answered by the VA. When they do get answers, those answers are often no. These are problems the Veterans Administration says they've been fixing these past two years.
A roomful of veterans and their supporters asked a legislative committee Friday to approve a “bridge loan” of up to $10 million to help pay for construction of a new veterans’ home in Butte until the federal government comes up with its share of the money.
For all the veterans in southwest Montana, the wait has been long enough. It’s time to get their new residential home built in Butte, and this past week, House Bill 493 was introduced to get construction started.