April 3, 2013
I have been familiar and involved with the Veterans Outreach Center (VOC) in Rochester over 25 years. It's success in serving veterans of all eras and their families I believe is unparrelled in the entire country. The growth from a shared house offering limited services to now multi building complexes with continual foot traffic shows not only the need for services, but how the VOC has expanded to meet them. Rochester can be truly proud of not only the staff/operations of the VOC, but the volunteers and cooperative financial support of so many organizations the keep it functioning. VOC closes gaps of service for our veterans. One of a kind, it is a one stop veteran's needs shoping. Being a veteran in Rochester, means help is available without charge whenever needed. If you don't know where to start at the VOC, ask for Jocene Henderson ..she will make sure your needs are addressed.
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