Operation Rehabilitation is a nonprofit organization that aims to end Veteran homelessness. We help veterans who are homeless get off the streets and into our transitional homes. While they are in the homes we provide mandatory case management services that include, but not limited to, job placement, connecting them with the VA so that they may receive their benefits, financial literacy, life skills, career preparedness, and other social services. We also assist with employment readiness and placement. Each Veteran also gets a savings account opened for them and we assist in making monthly contributions to this account. Once they are ready to graduate the program we partner with HUD, the local housing Housing Authorities, and other private programs to get them into permanent homes. We literally help veterans who were once homeless transition into permanent housing. Plus they have every tool in place to live a self-sustaining lifestyle and are able to have a successful transition to independency over longevity - not returning to homelessness. As of date, we have a 100% success rate in helping veterans who were homeless transition into permanent housing and without returning back to homelessness.
Operation Rehabilitation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help homeless Veterans and their families become self-sufficient. Our vision is to improve the quality of life for our Veterans and their families. Help all Veterans, no matter the "stage" of homeless, break the cycle of homelessness, provide Social Services that teach, train, and support our Veterans, and restore self-worth to our Veterans by supporting them, honoring them, and treating them as active citizens in our community.
Our vision is to improve the quality of life for our Veterans and their families.
Help all Veterans, no matter the "stage" of homeless, break the cycle of homelessness.
Provide Social Services that teach, train, and support our Veterans.
Restore self-worth to our Veterans by supporting them, honoring them, and treating them as active citizens in our community.
We have a firm belief that no Veteran should be homeless. Our Veterans have given their all to serve and protect our country. NOW is the time to serve and protect them.
It is no longer okay to simply hand out blankets in the winter, serve a hot meal at Thanksgiving, or occasionally give a homeless Vet on the corner some spare change.
IT IS TIME TO GET OUR VETERANS OFF OF THE STREETS!
Did you know that on any given night in America, there are currently approximately 40,000 homeless Veterans on our streets?
Let's do something about this. Together we can
END VETERAN HOMELESSNESS!
You, your church group, business, sorority/fraternity, school, neighborhood association or anyone you know can volunteer at one of our Rehab Days.