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To end homelessness amongst veterans at its roots, by creating a community that inspires individual change, fosters sustainable independence, and motivates men and women to reach their greatest potential.
A vote for The Jericho Project will help provide shelter and career training for Veterans.
Located in New York City, The Jericho Project is the first organization in 20 years to provide supportive housing programs dedicated solely for veterans. With 132 available units, the majority of the apartments are given to veterans that have a history of homelessness or substance abuse so they can benefit from Jericho’s counseling services.
The remainder of the units are given to low-income veterans who are returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The effort has been so successful that The Jericho Project is working on providing affordable housing to veterans nationally.
Since 1945 BVA has been working to help blinded veterans acquire skills so that they may gain independence. One program, Operation Peer Support, partners newly blinded veterans with a blinded peer so they can get the training and emotional support needed to adjust to life.
Puppies behind bars trains prison inmates how to raise service dogs for war veterans. This training program gives inmates an opportunity to contribute something meaningful back to society, while at the same time giving hope and confidence to veterans in need.
Located in New York City, The Jericho Project is the first organization in 20 years to provide supportive housing programs dedicated solely for veterans. The project has been so successful that they are working on providing affordable housing to veterans nationally.