• The conditions of military service, both in wartime and peacetime, disrupt the lives of those who serve.
  • Society has a covenant to help our nation’s veterans; they have sacrificed their personal interests and well-being to serve our country.
  • We should separate the soldier from the war. Veterans must never again be treated as “second- class” citizens as they were after the Vietnam War.
  • Veterans should not be barred from equal access to the justice system. Expert legal help is vital to veterans’ ability to secure the benefits they have earned.
  • Our services should be directed to veterans with the greatest needs.
  • All veterans should have access to health care, housing, employment opportunities, legal assistance, and other means of support.
  • Our direct services should inform our advocacy for public policies that address the unmet needs of women veterans.
  • With support and respect, homeless and disadvantaged women veterans can turn their lives around and live again with dignity and hope.

Our Programs

Guided Principles

Home for the Holidays

Emergency Housing

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The Empowerment Center

Transitional Housing

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The Invisible War

Community Education & Advocacy