The National Home For Children - How We Help
Families are welcomed to our small-town community where they may live for up to 4 years. They work to identify what they need and want to accomplish, during which time they are provided: Housing A single family home in our community for up to four years with no cost. Education Tutoring, classes, secondary financial assistance and more to help accomplish goals. Daycare Licensed childcare while at work, school or for respite. Basic Needs Food, health care and clothing, if needed. Recreation Opportunities to help with becoming whole and healthy.
If you want to see if coming to the National Home will help resolve whatever you are going through, call us today at 800-313-4200.
Case Management A caring professional dedicated to providing the expertise, compassion, support and guidance needed for the family to succeed. Military and Veteran Family Helpline A free service that offers information, creates connections and gives hope to struggling military and veteran families. Call 800-313-4200 to speak with one of our experienced problem-solvers who care deeply about veterans and their families.
In accepting families to our program, we ask only one thing of them: They must be committed to making changes in their lives. To remain at the National Home, they are expected to demonstrate consistent progress toward family goals. Together, in partnership with the whole family, we are dedicated to helping each family reach its full potential.
From the Chaplain’s Pen………………....………………… Dr. Al Lowe
Here we are in March already. Included in the push this month is membership. We all must salute the flag and do our pledged duty in our part of taking care of Veterans. I met a Veteran in church last Sunday and before I got to meet in up close and personal, he was gone. I sure hope to get with him his Sunday.
March comes in like a LAMB around Central Texas. My grass is looking like it might “green up” in the next week or two. That means mowing, trimming, and all the other things we have been putting off all winter. One thing I wish to remind all Comrades, there are some Comrades unable to mow their grass or trim the hedges. We are committed to helping that Veteran – so get out and take a look, and where possible, lend a hand.
One of the most important issues before us this month is “March Madness.” By this time next month, we should know who is the ‘second best’ basketball team is. Since I did my undergraduate studies at the University of Kentucky, we all know who the best is- Go Wildcats. Now there are some of you (Comrade Grant Seabolt, State JA) who may disagree with me. However, having the best football team, he certainly can recognize the best basketball team.
Finally, for the Christian Church, this is the Season of Lent leading up to Jesus’ Week of Passion. Easter – Resurrection Day – will be April 1 this year. I pray God’s blessings on each and every Veteran.
Bible Verse Of The Month
Proverbs 2, Verse 6
"For the LORD giveth wisdom: out
of hus mouth cometh knowledge and
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Continue to be respectful to all. This is our Post and many have worked long and hard to ensure the enjoyment of all. Continue to help and take care of the Canteen workers and show your Generosity to them. Follow the rules and enforce them for the betterment of all. Thanks for the article on the next page. Please put your articles in the RED folder in the Canteen and I will pick them up weekly. This month's article is out of the VA Newsletter and a letter from a member.
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