If you had the opportunity to help a veteran, you would, wouldn't you? 

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Vet Pets teams Veterans with Emotional Support Animals (ESA).

What are the emotional benefits of having a dog?

      Having a dog as a pet can benefit those who suffer from PTSD because dogs:

  • Help bring out feelings of love.
  • Are good companions, fun and help to reduce stress
  • A good reason to get out of the house, spend time outdoors, and meet new people. Recovering from PTSD is a process. Evidence-based treatments for PTSD help people do things they have been avoiding because of their PTSD. Evidence-based treatments can also help people feel better. Dogs can help you deal with some parts of living with PTSD. Vet Pets recognizes the benefit of companion pets and has embarked on a mission to make sure that every Veteran that wants a dog, receives a dog. 

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Veteran Force offers job training as well as job placement.

jobs for veterans

What services do veterans need?

   Veterans need a coordinated effort that provides secure housing, nutritional meals, basic physical health care, substance abuse care and aftercare, mental health counseling, personal development and empowerment. Additionally, Veterans need job assessment, training and placement assistance.

 We strongly believes that all programs to assist homeless veterans must focus on helping them obtain and sustain employment. Veteran Force  Employment Services has a network of employment agencies and Vocational Rehabilitation Organizations that are  instrumental in securing employment for Veterans. The Patriot Project hosts Job Fairs periodically where local businesses are invited to meet with Veterans that are entering or reentering  the job market.

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 Christopher Dodge fund provides financial assistance for families of the fallen. 

Family support program and assistance                                               The Christopher Dodge memorial fund has been established to help offset financial cost often occurring with the death of a veteran.  As an employee of the Patriot Project, Chris always concerned himself with the collateral damage felt by loved ones.

 

To apply for assistance/employment send us an email at i[email protected] and attach a copy of your DD214 . If you are in need of food or shelter, call us ASAP at  888-842-1088

Veteran Force, Vet Pets and Christopher Dodge Memorial Fund are operating subsidiaries of the Patriot Project ©


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Veteran Force, Vet Pets and  The Christopher Dodge Memorial Fund are operating subsidiaries of the Patriot Project, a domestic corporation with offices through out the United States.

EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER : 81-5426883

DLN; 26053497002437

PUBLIC CHARITY 501 (c) (3) 

EFFECTIVE DATE OF EXEMPTION : 02/19/2017

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