Soldier On, Inc.

Rating: 3.67 stars   6 reviews


421 North Main Street Building 6 Leeds MA 01053 USA


Soldier On, Inc.'s mission is to provide housing and supportive services to veterans and their families in need, throughout the United States, so that they may regain dignity, integrity and hope. We offer transitional and permanent housing with services delivered to where the veteran lives, including counseling, treatment for addictions, access to medical services, transportation and employment services.


This year, Soldier On, Inc. provided housing and services to over 600 veterans. Now, our scope of services is expanding. Soldier On, Inc. was awarded three Supportive Services for Veterans Families grants from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Under these grants, we have a door-to-door outreach campaign in New York State and New Jersey that aims to assist veterans and their families before they become homeless.

Geographic areas served:

Massachusetts, Central and Eastern/Upstate New York, Central New Jersey


We offer transitional and permanent housing for homeless veterans with supportive services delivered to where they live.

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Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 5 stars  

Soldier On "sets the pace" for care within the Captial Region. They are willing to go where the need exists and they don't force homeless and at-risk Veterans to come to them. They have broken down our siloed system and introduced a model which cuts through the barriers. Veterans are now a priority within the Capital Region (NY) and as a fellow provider, I am thrilled to see Soldier On expand its presence. Liz Hitt

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