Sixth Day of Christmas: VFW National Home For Children

VFW National Home For Children

Until this week I had never heard of this National Home. What an amazing resource for all our veterans and their families. ~dan rondeau

About the VFW National Home For Children

The VFW National Home for Children serves as a living memorial to America’s veterans by helping our nation’s veteran and military families.

 Since its founding in 1925, the VFW National Home for Children has grown from an old frame farm house to a sprawling campus with playgrounds, park areas, and multiple buildings, including single-family homes, a community center and gymnasium, child care center, guest lodge, chapel and administrative offices.

The National Home’s services have also evolved to meet the changing needs of America’s military and veterans’ families. Through our Helpline and our on-campus programs, we are able to help families and children through times of crisis, both here on our beautiful campus and in their own communities nationwide.

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National Home Helpline
800-313-4200 |
help@vfwnationalhome.org

The National Home Helpline is the gateway to help for military and veterans’ families. Whether you need help connecting with supportive services and resources in your own community or you are seeking a referral to one of our on-campus programs, you can take comfort in knowing that your call will be answered by a caring professional who understands the unique challenges faced by today’s military and veterans’ families.

The VFW National Home for Children has more than 85 years of experience helping military and veterans’ families by providing counsel, support and connections with resources nationwide. The National Home Helpline is staffed by a dedicated team of caring, listening professionals who work directly with callers to help them find solutions to their pressing issues and concerns. Our resources go beyond community connections and traditional supportive services to include VFW Posts, Departments and Veterans Service Officers across the country.

The Helpline is answered Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern Time.

Source: How we help on the VFW National Home For Children website

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Author: Daniel Rondeau

I am a husband and father and an Episcopal Priest (from the Diocese of San Diego; "Retired" due to illness).

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