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Veterans Village Begins Rehabilitation On First of its kind Women & Children's Campus
All volunteer and all materials donated construction project begins at 6:00 am today!
In response to the unique and unforeseen challenges female veterans face when they return home Veterans Village Las Vegas is pleased to announce that they will begin construction on its fifth Downtown Las Vegas location. The new campus will specifically serve the need for housing for female United States Veterans and children along with women and children from The Shade Tree.
"As citizens we have a responsibility to help ALL those who served. It is unacceptable to have our United States Veterans and their families living on the street. I am proud to lead the Las Vegas community to provide affordable housing and resources to these brave women and their children and allow them to transition back to a life of dignity with the respect they deserve, Dr. Arnold Stalk, Founder" Veterans Village, Las Vegas.
The new facility is located at 2100 Sunrise Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 adjacent to the Veterans Village 2 campus and Crisis Intervention Center and Three Square Community Food Bank to provide complete wrap around services 24/7/365 providing the female veterans and their children a safe and stable living environment.
Currently Veterans Village is seeking community support in the way of monetary donations and in-kind donations of materials, equipment, labor and specialized services. Donations can be made online by visiting https://www.gofundme.com/
For additional information and interview opportunities please contact Dr. Arnold Stalk, PhD 702-624-5792 or via email at arnoldstalk@
About Veterans Village: Veterans Village is a transitional and permanent housing residence for United States Veterans. On-site services include a 24-7 crisis intervention center, medical and mental health services, job referral and training, Three Square Regional Food Bank nutrition, clothing and a host of other services targeted at the promotion of independent living through economic and social self sufficiency. www.veteransvillagelasvegas.org
Arnold Stalk, PhD
Founder Veterans Village