Just over 9% of all adults experiencing homelessness in the United States are Veterans of the U.S. military. That means that on any given day, an estimated 40,056 Veterans experience homelessness in America, according to Point-in-Time counts conducted in January 2017 by communities across the country.
The Montana Veterans Foundation (MTVF) is designed to assist homeless veterans (or veterans at risk of homelessness) by improving their quality of life and providing comprehensive support which enables veterans to achieve a greater level of self sufficiency.
The Montana Veterans Foundation helps with:
The Foundation provides a safe place for veterans to call home, as well as personal and program assistance and access to a wide range of coordinated human services including mental health and medical treatment, addiction recovery, vocational support and job placement, mentoring, and life skills training.
Created by veterans for veterans, the Montana Veterans Foundation’s goal is to offer integrated, holistic, clinically sound, and fiscally responsible transition services to the veteran population.
Since its inception, over 900 Veterans have been aided in their path to recovery and self-sufficiency.
With your tax-deductible donation today, we can continue to support the veterans foundation in Montana.
Become a volunteer of the Veterans Foundation and join a community serving those who served.
If you have any questions, just give us a call! We'll be happy to talk to anyone!