Our Veterans Relief Grant is an independently funded grant program that provides up to $10,000 to qualified veterans who are at risk of losing their homes through the process of foreclosure or eviction. Veterans are not required to pay back grants. This program is projected to be available January 2018.
Terry Lee Ollie is a 2 tour disabled Vietnam War veteran. He served 4 years as Marine Corps Recon. In 1974 he returned from war physically disabled from wounds attained during combat and seriously troubled from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Shunned by society and abandoned by the VA, his mother took him in and cared for him until her death in 1999 while suffering from severe Parkinson’s Disease.
Kurt Von Richter is a Navy veteran of the Vietnam Era and published poet. In 1972 he returned to his native Indiana on leave after serving overseas. While in town shopping for groceries he was brutally attacked by anti-war protesters and suffered a fractured skull and many broken bones. The head injury effectively ended his Naval career without benefits.
Larry White is one of the saddest situations we have encountered in the 2 years we have been fighting for our homeless veterans. 5 years ago Larry found himself unemployed and destitute after devoting all his time to care for his dying mother. After she passed he was left in financial ruins and ended up on the street.
It is the intent of HDP to actively scout and vet eligible veterans honorably discharged from the armed forces and provide them, and any qualifying immediate family members, with transitional housing. PTS TRAINING & COUNSELING HDP will offer a unique blend of traditional and non-traditional forms of PTS counseling and…
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