First Permanent Supportive Housing for Vets Opens in Indianapolis

The $11.6 million development, which has called attention to the need for supportive housing for vets in Indiana, was dedicated on the 150th anniversary of President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

Services provided by the volunteers included community dinners, working in the food pantry, a canvas painting class, a budgeting class, a bible study, and a computer skills class.

The Department of Veteran Affairs, Volunteers of America, and Easter Seals Crossroads are among the service organizations helping to provide case management, benefits, and employment counseling.

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