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Our mission at the Veterans Hope Center is to meet in detail and duration the specialized needs of transitioning and disabled veterans. The Center will be a place for transition, rehab, and healing without hindrances of timetables and lack of qualified personnel, providing veterans services short and long-term as needed.
We turn Wounded Warriors into Winning Warriors and transform struggling veteran families into strong, confident units full of joy. We return veterans to their communities and country as assets, truly able to “be all [they] can be” in every area of life. .
Jesus asked him the third time, “Do you love me?” He said, “Lord, you know all things; you know that I love you.” Jesus said, “Feed my sheep.” – John 21:17 NIV Our goal is to be obedient, to feed and meet the needs of His sheep – the veterans of America. We will give “honor to whom honor is due” (Rom. 13:7).
Men and women who enlisted in the United States military, both now and in the past, signed a binding agreement to serve, protect, and promote the United States of America with no limitations, even laying down one’s life, and anything short of that, for this Country. The United States, in turn, made a binding agreement with its service men and women to meet their active- and post active-duty needs, including the medical, rehabilitative, educational, financial, and housing needs of those disabled in the line of duty, or after, due to service. Today more challenges exist for soldiers discharging from the military than for those enlisting. Service changes the life and world of military personnel, so to resume after discharge an active, productive, and safe life with their families, all discharged veterans require experienced guidance and listening ears through transition. Those who suffer from Agent Orange exposure, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), physical challenges, and mental conditions require additional help, often require long-term or life-time treatment. The Veteran's Administration has attempted to meet these needs, but, with cut spending and such an enormous number of discharged military personnel in need, the job has become too great for this agency alone.
Just as traditional Boot Camp prepares newly enlisted men and women for service by instilling a military mindset, the Re-Boot Camp reprograms discharged personnel for re-entry into civilian life. We commit to helping in every facet of the serviceman and woman's returning life. We will work with active-duty facilities to identify and contact challenged soldiers six to eight months prior to their discharge dates. All necessary transition services and referrals will seamlessly await these discharging men and women the moment they step into the “veteran’s world.”
We will serve disabled veterans, including those suffering from Agent Orange exposure, PostTraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), physical challenges, and mental conditions, even if requiring long-term or life-time treatment. Many veteran services have traditionally been referred out-of-house, but at the Center we will provide veterans the services they need in-house and on-site to assure prompt attention and follow-up. More specialized services we will offer only a phone call or visit away.
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