My husband was a Vietnam Veteran

The dog tags pictured here belonged to my husband. When he returned from Vietnam, he received a cold homecoming. He was shamed, abused and treated with utter distain. GI benefits were lacking and not one person said thank you for your service. He was so disheartened. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) wasn’t recognized and he READ MORE

Help prevent veteran suicide now!

“If it weren’t for Project Help, I would have taken my life.” This is a direct quote from one of our recipient veterans. I am afraid if things continue our resources will not be able to cover the growing needs we are starting to see. As of recent months, about 20% of nonprofits have closed READ MORE

On the Road Again… serving those who served

When times are tough and people are most in need – Project Help is there. Even now, with COVID -19 raging, the military aid group’s celebrated Mobile Closet – currently with “Food Pantry” added to the name – is being deployed to distribute groceries, toiletries and clothing to veterans and their families. In response to READ MORE