Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Struggle To Help Kansas City Homeless Veterans Continues . . .

Reality check on military real life following service and a reminder that a great many of this town's troops are suffering mental health issues and other serious challenges.

Check one of many local efforts to help . . .

Homeless Veterans Assistance Coalition launches to help vets find services easily

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - On Veterans Day, Hope Faith Ministries launched the Homeless Veterans Assistance Coalition. "Why not have everyone here on-site instead of sending our veterans out across the city and the majority of them getting lost in the process," Hope Faith programs director Chris Stout said.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...


You would think the mayor of Kansas City would be there to give support and even help but it doesn't sound like he was he wants to put all of this on the backs of the church. But yet he's out painting blm on the streets and thinks that's more important. Typical black democrat. Lazy and selfish.

Bandit said...

Q Ball doesn't give a shit about anything but control and masks and you are stuck with that boy for another three years. I'm not. Good luck Kansas Shitty! You're gonna need it!