Many of us will never understand the feeling of dehumanization that veterans experience when returning home from war. Being unable to rejoin society, having struggles with mental disorder and receiving little help. For many of our veterans, these factors contribute to the homeless problem we see today. At the same time, placing struggling veterans into communities with residents that haven’t experienced what it’s like to serve can be detrimental; a period of transition is necessary for lasting success and change. Veterans Village, a non-profit organization, provides tiny homes that each veteran can customize to their liking. It will feature an onsite community center that offers veterans mentoring, case management, counseling, and other programs and services.
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