Achieving stability, increasing skills and income, and re-integration are all top priorities of the program.
A grant from the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs this past summer was integral in making it all a possibility.
The grant helped expand Wisconsin’s Veterans Housing and Recovery program.
These help provide temporary housing, training, and support for military veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
This all goes toward helping them get a permanent roof over their heads.
The ribbon-cutting and open house are at 2500 Bel Meadow Drive Monday, November 5, at 1:30pm.