Veterans Employment Training Services . QUAD V.E.T.S. RESTORING HONOR. No Crawfishin'. On Vets. “Crawfishin’”. Retreat. Disengage. “Backing Away”. New Orleans = N’Awlins or New Orlenz. Lafayette = La fie yet. Café Du Monde . Café au lait & Beignet . C’est Bon = Dat Real Good.
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New Orleans = N’Awlins or New Orlenz
Lafayette = La fie yet
Café Du Monde
Café au lait & Beignet
C’est Bon =Dat Real Good
“Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulet”
Quad V.E.T.S. is a program designed to help homeless, incarcerated, and unemployed veterans become successful, self-sufficient, law-abiding citizens upon completion of the program. .
To house veterans in a facility that is close to
our home office so that we can manage their
facilitation into our communities.
To utilize our programs that are in place and give each veteran an opportunity to qualify for job openings
in today’s challenging employment market.
To assist in each veteran’s re-entry into today’s society
by providing housing, transportation, job placement,
and financial counseling to better insure a successful new
beginning and hope for his/her future.
LITERACY, EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT
CONNECTION WITH BENEFITS
23% of all homeless are veterans
45% need help finding a job.
76% experience alcohol, drugs or mental health problems
85% of all homeless veterans have a high school /GED compared 56% non-veterans.
Time to Restore Honor
Start with a Veteran
Model tax paying citizen
Two of our successful homeless veterans.
In seven weeks they departed our shelter, working full time jobs, and share an apartment.
Ricky, Eric, and Louis
New Orleans, La.
All veterans who have not been dishonorably discharged
All veterans who are serving time for a felony and are within 18 months of release
All veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
All veterans who have active duty service
Spouses of veterans according to public law statutes of the 107th Congress
Our overall objective is to provide veterans with an equal opportunity to be reunited with their families, society, and their confidence in themselves. We strive to ensure permanent rehabilitation and success in their new beginnings and hope for new futures.
With your confidence and help,
Quad V.E.T.S. can turn this
vision into a reality!!
In 1776, the United States of America recognized the need to provide for those who had risked their lives for the cause of freedom. Since then, there have been changes in many different aspects of our country, but the urgency to provide benefits to veterans has stayed the same.
QUAD VETS to provide for those who had risked their lives for the cause of freedom. Since then, there have been changes in many different aspects of our country, but the urgency to provide benefits to veterans has stayed the same
General George Patton
What’s wrong with this picture?
Who are homeless veterans?
The vast majority are single, most come from poor, disadvantaged communities, 45% suffer from mental illness, and half have substance abuse problems. 57% of homeless veterans served during Vietnam.
How many homeless veterans are there?
Although accurate numbers are impossible to come by…according to the VA, more than half a million are homeless in course of one year. That is one out of every four homeless men who are sleeping in an alley, box, or door way has put on a uniform and served our country.
Why are veterans homeless?
There has been extreme shortage of affordable housing, livable income, and access to health care. A large number of displaced and at-risk veterans live in lingering effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, substance abuse, compounded by lack of a family support network.
QUAD AREA TRANSITIONAL HOUSING bottom.”
MOVED IN JULY 30, 2005
16 DAYS OF RENOVATIONS
KEYS RECEIVED ON JULY 11, 2005
Everyone Deserves a Second Chance… bottom.”
Especially those that have served our country and given us all a chance to live free and prosper under that blanket of security they helped to provide by risking their lives.