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California Veteran's Resource Book 2014

Federal Benefits for Veterans 2014

VA Project CHALENG – Identifying and Meeting the Needs of Homeless Veterans


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1 in 5 homeless individuals in America are Veterans.
You fought for our Freedom
You fought for our Liberty
You fought for our Families
You fought for our Country
And you fought for Each Other

You gave some, some gave All--the last measure of devotion--and you who remain with us deserve only the Respect and Appreciation of our Nation.

If you have no home -- you have no stability.

Veterans Bin






Recycling in Support of the Homes4Vets Foundation

"If you value your Freedom...
Thank a Vet!"

Please consider placing one of our bins at--or near your place of business, your place of worship, or any other location, and help us help those who have served to protect and defend our freedoms who are now in need of our help today.

Please Call
1-800-221-3233,
or Email:
VeteransBin@h4vf.org

Thousands
of Veterans in America are homeless.
A National Tragedy

Each night in the United States, approximately 107,000 veterans sleep on the streets because they have no
place to call "home". They are this nation's forgotten heroes – the men and women who once proudly served in
a military uniform. Only eight percent of the U.S. population have served in the armed forces, yet almost one-fifth
of the homeless population are veterans.

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) estimates that about 214,000 veterans will experience homelessness at some point this year. Almost five percent of this population are homeless women veterans, and this proportion will likely increase as currently 15 percent of all U.S. troops are women.

There are many factors that contribute to the disproportionately large percentage of veterans who suffer from homelessness. Most of these veterans struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse issues or other psychosocial problems. These factors are often related to their military service or difficulty transitioning to civilian life.

Most homeless veterans require – as much as affordable housing – physical and mental health care, employment training and placement assistance, and other supportive services. According to the Department’s own estimates, VA programs will reach slightly more than 40 percent of the homeless veterans who need assistance.

Source for 'A National Tragedy': National Coalition for Homeless Veterans [ NCHV.org ] - A Report on Veteran Homelessness (pdf): [ National Ingratitude ]

In Rememberance
of those we have lost...

Let us not now lose our Veterans to homelessness


The Cost of Freedom, D-Day
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Dick Winters: Hang Tough, The story behind
'Band of Brothers'
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USS Franklin: Honor Restored
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Fox News Article: Unclaimed remains of 13 veterans to get full military burials [Read Here]
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The Homes4Vets Foundation
A California Non-profit 501(c)3 Organization # 47-1698753
9757 Garden Grove Blvd Suite #6, Garden Grove, CA 92844-1692
Tel: 714-638-9995, Fax: 714-638-9997
Email: info@h4vf.org

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