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Housing Project

Help Us Help Homeless Veterans


We Have Your Six is working on transitional to permanent housing.

Our goal is to build small cabins for veterans in Parkersburg, WV. 

A Call for Help

We Have Your Six, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting our U.S. military veterans. Our mission is to provide housing solutions in the form of small cabins for homeless veterans who have served our nation with honor and courage.

   **Why Your Support Matters:**

1. **Homelessness Among Veterans:** It's a stark reality that many of our brave veterans find themselves without a place to call home. Your support can make a significant impact in addressing this critical issue.

2. **Creating a Safe Haven:** Our small cabins are more than just shelters; they are safe havens where veterans can rebuild their lives. Your donation will directly contribute to providing them with a place to heal, find stability, and regain their independence.

3. **A Chance for a New Beginning:** Every dollar you contribute brings us one step closer to purchasing the land and cabins needed to make this vision a reality. By supporting We Have Your Six, you are offering veterans the chance for a fresh start and a brighter future.

**How You Can Help:**

1. **Donate Today:** Your financial contribution, no matter how big or small, will make a difference. Visit our website [insert website link] to make a secure donation and be a part of this life-changing initiative.

2. **Spread the Word:** Share our mission with your friends, family, and colleagues. The more people who know about our cause, the greater the impact we can make together.

3. **Volunteer Your Time:** If you have skills or resources to offer, consider volunteering with We Have Your Six. Your time and expertise are invaluable in bringing this project to fruition.

**Together, We Can Make a Difference:**

Our veterans have sacrificed so much for our country, and now it's our turn to give back. Join us in supporting We Have Your Six, and together, let's create a community that ensures no veteran is left without a home.

Thank you for your compassion, generosity, and commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those who have served our nation.

With gratitude,

We Have Your Six


Housing plays a crucial role in the recovery and mental health of homeless U.S. military veterans. Here are several reasons why:

1. **Stability and Security:** Having a stable and secure place to live provides a foundation for veterans to rebuild their lives. It offers a sense of stability that is essential for mental well-being.

2. **Basic Needs:** Housing addresses the basic human needs for shelter, safety, and privacy. Meeting these fundamental needs is vital for individuals, especially those who have experienced homelessness and the challenges associated with it.

3. **Access to Support Services:** Stable housing enables veterans to access essential support services. This includes mental health counseling, medical care, substance abuse treatment, and job training programs. Having a fixed address makes it easier for veterans to engage with these services consistently.

4. **Community Integration:** Housing allows veterans to reintegrate into their communities. Social connections and a sense of belonging are crucial for mental health. Veterans who are housed can participate in community activities, build relationships, and feel a part of society.

5. **Reduced Stress and Anxiety:** Homelessness is associated with high levels of stress and anxiety. Having a place to call home reduces these stressors, contributing to improved mental well-being. It provides a safe and private space where veterans can relax and focus on their overall health.

6. **Stability for Employment:** Securing stable housing is often a prerequisite for gaining and maintaining employment. Employment is not only crucial for financial stability but also provides a sense of purpose and routine, positively impacting mental health.

7. **Prevention of Recidivism:** Stable housing can help prevent veterans from cycling back into homelessness. It provides a foundation for long-term stability, reducing the likelihood of returning to the challenges associated with homelessness.

8. **Trauma Recovery:** Many veterans have experienced trauma during their military service. Stable housing can be a supportive environment for veterans to address and recover from trauma, facilitating their journey towards mental well-being.

In summary, housing is a critical component in the overall well-being and recovery of homeless U.S. military veterans. It not only addresses basic needs but also provides a platform for accessing essential services, building connections, and promoting long-term stability and mental health.

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