With more veterans returning home from service than ever before, U.S.VETS — Patriotic Hall provides innovative homeless prevention programs, focused on employment, mental health, and family services, to ensure that this generation of veterans gets the support and services they need when they come home. Located at the historic Bob Hope Patriotic Hall in downtown Los Angeles, U.S.VETS is proud to be the lead nonprofit agency at this one-stop veteran service center that brings together people, organizations, and resources for veterans.
U.S.VETS’ Career Development Initiative assists veterans in securing jobs that utilize the skills and aptitudes they developed in the military. We also offer the Vet2Peer program which is a training and job placement program designed especially for military veterans who want to support their peers as they transition from military to civilian life. Contact Jennifer Delatte to help jump start your job search. Or reach out to Chris Cleland for more information about Vet2Peer.
Outside the Wire, created to provide preventative and early mental health treatment to veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and Women Vets on Point, designed by women veterans for women veterans, both offer the mental health counseling and critical wellness tools needed to overcome emotional barriers that may stem from traumatic events while on active duty.
In addition to U.S.VETS community programs, Patriotic Hall offers collaborative and coordinated services through a network of agencies focused on the needs of veterans and their families – all under one roof. Our individualized services include everything from legal advocacy to help with VA benefits.
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U.S.VETS — Patriotic Hall
Robert K. Stohr, M.S., L.M.F.T.