The Warrior House Program is an opportunity to get your life back on track. We run an intense holistic program designed to help you achieve success through personal responsibility. We offer free transitional housing to give you time and space to get your life together.
We are volunteers that run the program in a 6 bedroom house and can have up to 7 residents in the home at any time. This is a collaborative living environment with fellow Warriors who are all trying to get back on their feet.
The decision to enter into our program should not be taken lightly. You must agree and abide by our house rules and help us maintain a safe and caring environment.
You are required to participate in work-therapy assignments, volunteering/community service, goal setting sessions with assessments, and a mandatory 3-day personal development seminar if you reside in our Warrior House more than 5 weeks.
There is no time limit to how long you can stay, as long as you are progressing in your life and towards your goals.
It may take up to 14 Days to review your application. Please be patient with us. We will process your application as quickly as possible.
Are you a previously homeless veteran in need of furniture and house goods? Our furniture donation program is designed to help support veterans in rebuilding their lives. We understand the importance of having a comfortable and safe living space, and we are here to provide the support you need to make that a reality.
Our selection of furniture and house goods is based on what we have in stock, and availability is subject to demand. While we cannot guarantee specific items, we will do our best to provide what you need to make your house feel like a home. If you are a previously homeless veteran in need of furniture and house goods, we invite you to apply to our program today.
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