Veterans Multi-Purpose Center, Inc.

Rating: 4.67 stars   3 reviews

Issues: Human Services, Veterans

Location: 16540 Lake Stewart Drive Groveland FL 34716 USA

Mission: VMPC was founded in 1989 and created out of a single desire to help and benefit all veterans in the Florida area.The VMPC provides client case management, counseling, direct assistance and referral; works closely with the VA and other government agencies as well as non-profit groups to help those veterans in need.
Geographic areas served: South and Central Florida
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EIN 65-0205276
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Rating: 5 stars  

I would highly recommend supporting the vets multi purpose center. The Director is a straight up guy who walks the talk and has a sincere desire to help the veterans who gave so much to make our country great.
God Bless the Ministry and program.

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Robert Bambury and his nonprofit organization to help veterans with PTSD is a sincere group of individuals providing real help to own physically and mentally wounded veterans. His program has helped hundreds of our soldiers in both south and central Florida recover from their scars of war.

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Rating: 5 stars  

This organization provides Equine Assisted Therapy to returning veterans suffering from PTSD. I have seen the change in the men and women who have gone through this program. The program is run by a Vietnam Vet who understands and teaches people how to take control of their anxieties, fears and replace them with hope.

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