Senator Richard D. Roth (D-Riverside) announced today that B. Wayne Hughes, Jr., an entrepreneur, philanthropist and founder of SkyRose Ranch in San Miguel which treats veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, has thrown his support behind Senate Bill 339.
This #GivingTuesday we are asking for donations to purchase gifts for every woman in one of our recovery programs for the holidays. We will also be purchasing a gift for each child of the women so they can give a gift while they are in recovery. $25 is the cost of both gifts!
Curious about our partnership with the Central Coast Veterans' Cemetery Foundation? Veterans Day is the perfect time to give you a brief lowdown!
Here's some info on the the history of the CCVCF and what it means for California veterans:
Do you ever wonder why we celebrate Veterans Day every year? If so, you're not alone - a shocking number of Americans observe this holiday every year without a clear understanding of its origin, its significance, and its purpose.
Nothing beats peer support when it comes to creating communities to address life challenges - especially when that challenge is something as overwhelming as homelessness, and your community is one that's made up of heroes who served their country.
Did you know that an astonishing 40% of homeless men in California are veterans? This means that 40% of those who lack a place to sleep or live signed up to put their lives on the line for us. Keep reading to learn more about why so many of our nation's homeless are military veterans:
Our team and our work is vested in helping inmates transcend their situations, and pursuing criminal justice reform. On that note, we've gone ahead and done the work of breaking down, in a no nonsense way, the ballot items that relate - so YOU don't have to!
Need some help cutting through legal jargon to get to the real meaning of Proposition 61? Keep reading to learn the facts, get both sides and figure out where you stand - all in time to VOTE this November!
When you're at a crossroads, feeling confused and psychologically wounded, you must rebuild your life and identity. More often than not, though, this process of rebuilding requires help from something outside ourselves.
Post Traumatic Stress and its effects don't ever just touch one person's life - it impacts everyone in that person's life. When a veteran is suffering from PTSD, it also means that their family is experiencing that struggle.