We have seen, firsthand, the problems our Veterans face in their everyday lives and many can be resolved by a short-term, one-time and low level of assistance. Unfortunately, we also see a larger issue that requires a more detailed, long-term effort to be resolved. There is a need for living arrangements for Vets completing rehabilitation programs (i.e.: drug and alcohol dependency), homeless Vets and those recently discharged from the military that have no permanent home to return to. To address this problem, we are introducing our plan for the Veterans Reintegration Project.
Within the scope of the project, Vets in need will be provided with a clean, safe place to live and an individually designed program that will afford them the opportunity to become productive members of society. Prior to entering the program, each Veteran will receive a professional evaluation of their situation and be presented with a plan detailing the steps they must take to achieve an independent living status. Upon their agreement to commit to this plan, the Vet will be accepted to the program. In this shared living environment, all residents must also agree to share responsibility for household tasks such as cleaning, cooking, building maintenance, etc. All Vets accepted into the community will be welcome to stay at this facility and receive the benefits of professional care and counseling, as long as they adhere to their development plan and maintain a clean and sober lifestyle.
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