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Marine Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard etc.
Price: $ 85.00
VHV Foundation members (“Advocate”) are independent and do not represent, nor are they employed by, or affiliated with VHV Foundation or its affiliates. (“VHVFoundation”). VHVFoundation does not assign any tasks to Advocates and any activities undertaken by Advocates are at your sole discretion. Advocate agrees to release and forever discharge and hold harmless VHVFoundation, its directors, partners, co-founders, employees and successors and assigns from any and all liability, claims and demands of whatever kind of nature, either in law or in equity, which arise or may hereafter arise from your independent advocacy activities or duties. Advocate understands and acknowledges that this Release Discharges Veterans Helpings Veterans Foundation, INC from any liability or claim that Advocate may have against VHVFoundation, INC with respect to loss of employment , loss of benefits, bodily injury, personal, injury, illness, death, or property damage that may result from your independent advocacy activities. Advocate understands that no compensation is expected in return for your independent, “INDEPENDENT” advocacy activities. Advocate understands that you are not an employee or representative of Veterans Helpings Veterans Foundation, INC and will not be paid for participation in VHVFoundation, benefits or community activities

Mission Briefing


  • Every 65 mins two Veterans Commit Suicide.
  • About 11% of the adult homeless population are veterans. Roughly 45% of all homeless veterans are African American or Hispanic, despite only accounting for 10.4% and 3.4% of the U.S. veteran population, respectively. Homeless veterans are younger on average than the total veteran population.
  • Mental illnesses may also prevent veterans from forming and maintaining stable relationships or cause people to misinterpret others’ guidance and react irrationally. This often results in pushing away caregivers, family, and friends who may be the force keeping that person from becoming homeless. As a result of these factors and the stresses of living with a mental disorder, veterans with mental illnesses are much more likely to become homeless than the general population


  • Educate Veterans “That You’re Not Alone”, provide them resources for Suicide Prevention including “Warm Lines”. Give our Veterans the compassion and comfort that they too will overcome this situation.
  • Identify Homeless Veterans in your local your community. Canvassing across your community to provide resources for shelter information, make care giver packages which include, hygiene items, toothbrush, soap, mouth wash, dry food items, that will be gently packed inside our Veteran VHV Foundation, Camo Outreach Bags.


To prevent waste and limit the advocacy program to motivated individuals, we require a donation of $85 to cover the cost of producing and shipping materials. The kits include:

  • Advocate Employee Badge
  • (1) Tee-Shirt Available-In Female/ Male Unisex
  • 50 Business Cards
  • 30 Postcard Size Info Cards
  • 20 VHV Foundation Stickers

About Us

VHVFoundation does not offer medical advice or assist in mental health crisis. If you or someone you know needs emergency help, please visit our mental health resources page. If you have thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, please contact the Veteran Crisis Line. Contact Number 1800-273-8255 Press 1 or Call 911 Immediately.

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Temporary Office Adjustments due to COVID-19

In response to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, our offices in San Diego California,

Atlanta Georgia, and North Carolina will remain closed until further notice. Staff will

continue teleworking. Although the offices will be closed, we will continue serving

constituents in a virtual capacity.

If you need assistance, please call 619-625-6300 and leave a message. My team will be

checking voicemails regularly and will respond in a timely matter. The health and safety of

our community is our top priority.


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