The Dream Center’s new Women Veterans Home grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Memorial Day. What was once just a vision is now a reality, with three women already living in the new facility.
This ministry is meeting an urgent need. More than 40,000 women veterans are homeless, and many are bound by addictions or suffering the aftermath of sexual trauma. They need a place of refuge to get their lives back in order. They need a second chance.
The Women Veterans Home provides that safe place where struggling female veterans receive the help they need to transition back to a meaningful and productive civilian life.
It’s also a place for them to experience the love and healing of Jesus Christ. And it would not have been possible without your support. Your heart for helping the hurting truly makes a difference in the lives of women veterans who have nowhere else to turn.
At the grand opening of the Freedom House Women Veterans Home, Pastor Matthew Barnett, co-founder of the Dream Center, said, “Who's going to serve the ones who have served?Usually they're the most forgotten because the expectation is they just serve and give their lives, and that's what they do. But we decided to open up this facility because we believed that somebody needs to serve the servants.”
Because of your compassion and support, women veterans are no longer alone and forgotten. Your generosity made the Women Veterans Home possible, giving women in desperate circumstances a chance to restart their lives.
I can’t thank you enough for the way you are serving the ones who have served.
May God abundantly bless you and your family!
Thank you for making a difference and your continued support!