Programs/ Services

Disabled Veterans Program

  1. Free food to veterans and their families and distribution of related goods and services.
  2. Periodic general merchandise donation to Veterans and their families.
  3. Periodic donation of basic necessities such as canned food, toiletries etc.
  4. Clothing for veterans whose service connected prosthetic devices or topical medications, tend to destroy clothing.
  5. Eligibility for service connected with disabilities is based on disability, wartime service, and certain income criteria.
  6. Entitlement based on disability incurred in or aggravated by military service
  7. Disabilities are rated according to severity, with compensation increasing as the percentage of disability rises.
  8. Service-connection of certain disabilities is presumed under certain circumstances.


Substance Abuse Program

People with substance abuse disorders collectively represent the most frequently occurring mental health problems in the country. Drug and alcohol abuse is 100% preventable. Delaying the onset of drug and alcohol use among people dramatically decreases the risk of long term addiction. Education is the first step in addressing the misconception that addiction is a personal weakness and the best means possible in reducing the stigma attached to the disease.

We refer people to Substance Abuse Program conducted by other professional organizations.

Computer Classes

In addition, we plan to offer computer classes that educate veterans on basic computer operation and utilizing common software. Armed Forces Veterans will offer free classes on a monthly basis, depending upon need. Our goal with this service is to give veterans basic computer skills needed by today's employers.

In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: 'It is more blessed to give than to receive'.

                                                                                                    Acts 20:35