Did you know that veterans make up a significant portion of the homeless population? Here at P.E.E.R.S. Caring Homes for Veterans, we believe that every veteran should have a roof over their head. That's why we provide housing for homeless veterans in Montgomery, AL, and the entire United States.
We also assist homeless veterans with their financial, mental and physical needs. If you want to know how to support veterans, please donate to our cause. Call 334-201-8706 today to provide housing for homeless veterans.
When veterans chose to serve our country, they sacrificed a lot to defend our way of life. The least we can do is help them get back on their feet.
Most veterans face problems that run deeper than what's on the surface. Making lasting changes starts with a positive, supportive environment. You'll find that our staff and facilities provide just that to struggling veterans. P.E.E.R.S. Caring Homes for Veterans is dedicated to ending veteran homelessness one veteran at a time.
Contact us now to learn more about how you can help end veteran homelessness.
Want to do your part to end veteran homelessness? You can help us by donating:
- Food: We want to keep our veterans healthy and well-fed.
- Clothing: We are always in need of shirts, pants, hats and jackets.
- Time: We have all kinds of volunteer opportunities available.
We can tell you from experience that giving back to veterans is a rewarding cause.
In February of 2017 P.E.E.R.S., Inc. opened its first veterans long-term loving home, with the ability to house up to 16 homeless veterans with plenty of comfort and amenities; as well as, provide support services all in one place.
Veterans can stay in the P.E.E.R.S. Caring Home program up to a year; and those with special needs can stay even longer.
Since the ending of Veteran's Homelessness Initiative began in 2011, programs like P.E.E.R.S. across the nation have helped reduce the number of homeless veterans on the street on any given night from 150,000 to 50,000. Since opening our program in 2017, P.E. E.R.S. is focusing on assisting more veterans in regaining their independence.
A large number of displaced and at-risk veterans live with lingering effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and substance abuse, compounded by a lack of family and social support networks. A top priority is to secure, safe and clean housing that offers support services. Veterans need a coordinated effort that provides housing, nutritional meals, physical health care, substance use treatment and mental health counseling, and job assessment, training, and placement assistance.