The overall goal of our programs for veterans is to decrease the risk of homelessness and help veterans live independently in the community. The VA Housing Opportunities Program provides up to 24 months of community-based housing for veterans and their families who are struggling with homelessness as well as other services to meet their specific needs. The VA Community Support Mental Health Program supports homeless veterans who are suffering from a mental health crisis. Learn more about how we serve veterans.
We provide a full range of services for older adults at the Durham Booth Manor residential facility and the Dora Bingel Senior Center, both located at Renaissance Village at 923 N. 38th St. Our overall goal is to meet the non-nursing needs of participating seniors by providing affordable, safe housing and nutritious meals, as well as opportunities for social engagement and activities that help prevent isolation and loneliness, which are common threats to the older population. Learn more about how we support older adults.
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