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Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you’ll find one at the end of your arm.  As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands: one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.

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What We Provide 

  • Housing

  • Physical and mental health needs*

  • Substance abuse counseling*

  • Skill development/job placement

  • Transportation

  • Nutrition

  • Lots of Love 

*Non-profit partnerships

How You Can Help

  • Volunteer as mentors

  • Help raise funds

  • Hire a Veteran

  • Donate Transportation

  • Donate Food 

  • Send Us Your Successful Ideas

Your support matters. You can donate, volunteer, or provide internships for our Veterans.

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How Does A Vet Qualify?

A veteran qualifies to live at SVV by being homeless or at-risk, such as living week-to-week, having domestic issues, losing a job, and facing eviction. They enter into a contract to work (School  or volunteer) 20 hours a week, along with a contract to not drink or do drugs. They must also show proof of service in any military. For surviving spouse/dependents the death certificate of the veteran will suffice. If you're a vet or you know someone that's a vet and needs our love and support click here 

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