Regroup Foundation invests in the transition to Civilian Life

ReGroup - The Next Step for Veterans Leaving Military Service

New Braunfels, TX – ReGroup Foundation, a Non-Profit Organization focused on providing a bridge for Military members to transition successfully from service. ReGroup is currently building a prototype “Ranch” that will allow for the successful reintegration from Military to Civilian

The Ranch plans to house six males and six females, as well as a family of four. Larger Ranches will house closer to 200 Veterans. Their stay will be broken up into a three phase system of Decompress, Develop, and Deploy. Giving the Vets onsite access to the Regroup team of advisors, mentors, counselors, and therapists from other veteran service organizations and the VA.

To keep annual upkeep down, ReGroup plans to employ the following techniques to keep the Texas Ranch self-sustaining.

  •   Wind and Solar energy
  •   Aquaponics and green housing to yield up to 750k annually.

Quote: We join the service thinking we can escape poverty and make a better future for ourselves but we often live paycheck to paycheck while in the military. Although we are given skills and college monies; we find when we get out that we are not much better off than the day we joined, as we are once again broke, homeless, and lacking direction.” Antonio Ruiz

About ReGroup Foundation: ReGroup Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization with a mission to provide a supportive place for Veterans to live and successfully transition out of service.

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