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Why We Are Needed
Each year, over 6,000 Veterans Commit Suicide, 400,000 Suffer from Invisible Wounds and 4-million have a service-connected disability.
Concerning trends in Veteran increased suicide rates among women as compared to men.
Many service members leaving the military are not prepared for the transition, and as a result, struggle during the transition processes.
POST 9/11 – A NEW GENERATION OF VETERANS
United States Department of Defense estimates 230,000 separations (new Vets) per year
How We Are Making A Difference By Being The Difference
Our holistic-horticultural program transitional housing environment model demonstrates the value in combining health and wellness interaction with essential self-reliance support and tools into a powerful sustainable healing force for Veterans, individually and collectively.
Our Service to Veterans in need
• One-on-One Interaction
• Essential Wellbeing Support
• Self-Reliance Tools
Profound Lasting Differences Made
• Restored Hope
• Empowered Self-Worth
• Bolstered Health and Wellness
• Revitalized Self-Reliance
• Improved Quality of Life
Compounding the Good
The healthy state of mind, body, and spirit of our Veterans increases their ability to be more involved in the wellbeing of other Veterans as well as being positive contributors to their communities and society.
Sources: United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and United States Census Bureau.