United Way program will help veterans find suitable housing


By Jeff Edwards

During a time of year where Americans celebrate the freedoms they enjoy, a program by the United Way seeks to make sure those who fought for those freedoms aren’t forgotten.

The program, called the United Way Priority Veteran program, seeks to help veterans who are homeless or near homeless get housing.

The Priority Veteran program is for veterans who may be at risk of eviction or homeless due to inconsistent risk payments, house fire, divorce or other reasons.

“After returning home, many veterans find themselves without stable housing and other necessities,” Emily Cook, with the United Way of Central Alabama, said. “Groups like Priority Veteran work to ensure that these heroes can find safe and permanent housing and have the knowledge and skills they need to remain financially stable.”

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