Veterans Crisis Programs
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review 709
Mental Health, Homeless & Housing, Human Services
2735 E Woodward Ave Fresno CA 93721 USA
The Veterans Crisis Programs grew out of need to provide assistance to homeless and near homeless veterans and their families who have completed any needed substance abuse rehabilitation, and to aid them in gaining employment, job training, and other assistance not furnished by any other agency.It was determined by an initial study of available private and public resources that very few services were related to the special and unique needs of homeless/near homeless veterans and their families.
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This non profit went out of business more than 5 years ago. The organization was closed due to indiscretions by the Chairman
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