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Our planned facility is designed to provide our Veterans a low stress environment where they can concentrate on the development of coping skills for a more successful transition to independent living.
On-site Counselor and weekly group meetings will provide opportunities for our Veterans to share experiences and assure them that they are not alone.
Volunteers will teach and facilitate unique relaxation and meditation techniques.
We want our Veterans to be ready to face the challenges of day to day life when they leave our facility.
Computers will be available to search for jobs, permanent housing and other helpful organizations that reach out to our Veterans.
The Center will provide seminars for independent living that include subjects such as money-management, healthy living and social interaction.
Development of an 18 bed Transitional Housing Facility for homeless Veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress.
Provide a low stress environment that will enhance our Veterans skill sets for an independent future.
Provide non-medical care and support but most of all, understanding and compassion for those in need.
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A Non-Profit 501(c)3 Corporation*
Providing from 90 days to 24 months transitional housing for our homeless Veterans diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress.
Our facility will be a safe and comfortable environment that will allow our Veterans to stabilize their situation and prepare for a successful transition to independent living.
Residents will be encouraged to participate in facility care and maintenance to develop employable skill sets.
Some very good news coming out of the DPAA, the agency responsible for recovery and identification of our loved ones who served and paid the ultimate sacrifice.
The Punchbowl Memorial in Hawaii, where more than 800 unidentified remains from the Korean War have laid, waiting to be reunited with their families, has begun the process to disinter every single set of Unknown remains and perform more advanced DNA and scientific techniques in an effort to keep that promise to leave no man behind. We are grateful to those in the positions of power that enabled these new efforts.
From the Office:
We are a public benefit 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Your public, private and corporate donations are tax deductible under IRC Section 170.
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The James and Walter Cribben
Center for Veterans Affairs
Breakfast and dinner served family-style to keep our Veterans healthy!
Our Veterans can enjoy the planned meals or use the BBQ for their own creations. Our home-style kitchen and dining room will encourage camaraderie and social interaction.
Residents will be encouraged to participate in meal planning and preparation to develop employable skill sets.
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