of Veterans Appreciation Program, joins The Housing Hour this week to share his passion by helping veterans and current military personnel through a unique program, that unifies businesses in offering money-saving discounts to their families.
Our Veterans and Military will benefit because of your gratitude and appreciation as a contributor in thanking them for their service. In addition to helping them you will be supporting your own business in as much we will make Veterans and Military organizations aware of your discount and post your business on our website so that other Veterans/Military will know and can visit your business.
Further the program will provide a decal to post on your door or window of your business identifying you as a member of the Veterans Appreciation Program.
Larry is a Vietnam veteran and describes his experince when entering serivce and coming home. His passion is also focus on the tragic susicde rate that veterans realize today.
“Suicide prevention is one of our highest priorities,” said Secretary of Veterans Affairs David J. Shulkin. “Fixing the Veterans Crisis Line was a critical step in keeping our commitment to Veterans.”
To reach a VA professional, who is specially trained to attend to emotional crises for Veterans and service members:
Dial the National Suicide Prevention Hotline number, 800-273-TALK (8255). Veterans should choose option 1 to reach a VCL responder;