Our Mission

Welcome to Veterans Helping Veterans Foundation

Founded October 11, 2018. By Whitney Millender & Roland Matheny, Veterans Helping Veterans Foundation (VHV Foundation Inc) has established itself as a vital part of the Veteran community in North Carolina, Georgia, California & Alabama. Our organization is impacting the lives of service members and veterans nationwide.

VHV Foundation has worked with more than 4,000 services members with a mission of building resilience and restoring hope through various initiatives to strengthen emotional, mental, and physical health improvement. VHV Foundation primary mission is to bring awareness to suicide intervention, and homelessness within our veteran community.

VHV Foundation most recent initiative is to promote awareness with our #END22 Campaign, a grass movement to raise awareness throughout the community and our nation. Faith groups, schools, restaurants, corporations and other community organizations are joining in the effort to address the issues of suicide within our veteran community. Together we can build resilience, restore hope and turn the epidemic on suicide.

Veterans Helping Veterans is a 501(c)3 non-profit located in Alabama, California, Georgia & North Carolina with trained certified staff members, advocates, and volunteers throughout the United States. Our organization offers, VA Disability claims filing, emergency financial assistance, including mental health resources for veterans within the fifty states.

22 Veterans Commit Suicide Daily. Since the inception of our #End22 campaign in 2019 more than 3100 individuals have participated in the VHV Foundation End22 challenge. Lives are being saved, individuals and families, including homeless veterans are finding hope and communities are growing stronger through our advocacy.

We invite churches, civic organizations and the corporate community to partner with us in bringing awareness to our mission on #End22.

“Never Leave Another Veteran Behind “

Thanks for your support!

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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VHV Foundation is a Tax-Exempt 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization. VHV Foundation, INC Trademarks and Copyrights Are Under License.

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.

Thanks,

Veterans Helping Veterans Foundation