As a combat veteran myself, I understand how hard it is to readjust to civilian life after leaving military service. I have been fortunate to have a great support system around me including my family and some close friends, however many veterans are not so lucky. The Veterans Affairs Department has fallen short of helping those it trained to defend this nation learn how to be a civilian once again and contribute to society, just as they had contributed to their county while in service. Soldier On has stepped in to fill that void and because of them the many veterans they have helped have avoided becoming statistics in a sad story, and instead have learned that they are not alone in their struggle to regain their sense of selfworth. Soldier On's vision of helping their fellow countrymen is what this nation is all about and is the reason the veterans they serve joined the armed forces to begin with.
Soldier On goes above in beyond in serving veterans in Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. Soldier On's treatment and advocacy for our nation's homeless and struggling vets goes unmatched. Thanks for all of your hard work and determination for those who have served.
I see day in day out this orginazation kicking veterans out of thier building due to drug abuse It would be one thing if it was a policy but they play favortism with thier clients some of them can have daily medical evals due to being intoxicated but then others one time they drink they are kicked out. they promise veterans that they have great programs but all the programs they have are VA programs that they make the veterans attend they recently had 2 deaths due to herion overdoses that they said were due to heart attacks in the news do not donate to them jack downing is not intrested in veterans they have changed thier name to soldier on