Severely wounded American Veterans are returning home and facing huge challenges. Mike Conklin, founder of Sentinels of Freedom, describes how they help permanently disabled Vets to provide 4 years of housing, a car, a job, and self-sufficiency services.
Severely wounded American Veterans are returning home from years of service to our Country and facing huge challenges with housing, employment, and support services. Our guest on this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast is Mike Conklin, founder of the nonprofit organization Sentinels of Freedom. Mike, the father of three Army Rangers, describes to host Joanne Greene how Sentinels of Freedom connects permanently disabled Veterans with caring community volunteers who pool their resources to provide four years of housing, an accessible vehicle, a suitable job, ongoing community support, and self-sufficiency services.
For information on how to get involved, please visit http://SentinelsOfFreedom.org
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