Programs Designed With Veterans in Mind
A program addressing homelessness proactively, to help prevent it's spread.
Programs and services designed to help local veterans that could use a helping hand.
A monthly club for veterans or their family that provides them with household supplies.
An assisted living quarters for veterans that need to have a little extra care near by.
A program designed to prevent homelessness.
It isn't enough that people think to help veterans after they've faced the hardships of being disabled, unemployed, or even homeless. We need to proactively address the harbingers of these hardships before it's too late.
The VSP volunteers and staff help veterans take advantage of government and private health services.
The VSP volunteers and staff help veterans find employment through local businesses and programs.
The VSP volunteers and staff help veterans find possible and appropriate housing for them and their family.
A program created to help local veterans with chores and transportation.
The VSP Veteran Assistance Program connects staff and volunteers with local veterans that could use help with some household chores. The program also provides companionship and transportation for veterans that qualify.
Friend a Vet
Qualified veterans can have a VSP staff or volunteer veteran spend time with them doing things they'll both enjoy.
Drive a Vet
Qualified veterans can have a VSP staff or volunteer drive them to necessary appointments or procedures.
Phone a Vet
Qualified veterans can call a VSP staff member or volunteer veteran that can talk to them in times of need or mild distress.
A monthly program for giving and receiving!
The Vet's Club is a recurring program where veterans can request common household supplies that can be shipped directly to their (or a family members) location - most commonly, each month.
Club members can enjoy the convenience of having common household necessities delivered right to their place of residence.
Vet's club members can get discounted pricing on particular items each month as sponsors and donors help with provisions.
Gift a Vet
Family and friends can gift The Vet's club to someone specific, or just a local veteran that could use a little help.
A program created to help veterans that need to find a home or shelter.
The VSP Veteran's Barracks programs is an assisted living environment for veterans that can not care for themselves. Most of the resident veterans are disabled or otherwise too elderly to be self-dependent.
Home and Shelter
Qualified veterans can work with the VSP staff to find temporary (possibly permanent) housing or shelter.
VSP staff and volunteers assist disabled veterans with common health checks and mild physical disabilities.
With the help of local volunteers, The VSP staff work and assist with helping elderly veterans each day.