Many veterans that attend college are in need of housing.
Let's Change that.
Women VETs meet on the 4th Saturday of each month at 10:00AM in the Heroes Center dining room.
This is an opportunity for female veterans to meet monthly by offering networking, peer support, and information regarding VA benefits. By interacting with each other, female veterans build confidence, motivation, self-respect, and self-worth.
CRAFT GROUP meets on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 10:00AM – 4:00PM in the Heroes Center dining room.
This event is open to all, veterans and non-veterans, men and women alike. It provides an opportunity bring a cross-section of people together in a social setting while encouraging idea exchange, peer support, and helping to reduce social isolation. Everyone is encouraged to bring any craft of their choice to work independently in a group setting.
July 2, 2018 Miss North Carolina and Carolina Voices Benefit Concert at the Heroes Center
The Heroes Center is in Phase One:
At any point in time, there are veterans attending Guilford Technical
Community College (GTCC) who need housing or may be homeless. The Heroes Center
is undergoing renovations to create critically needed housing
for these veterans by Fall 2019.
Please help by donating or volunteering today.
The Heroes Center Services
The Heroes Center is currently undergoing renovations to provide shelter to student veterans attending, or wanting to attend, Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC). 14% of GTCC veterans surveyed last fall, said “they were homeless or in need of housing during their time at GTCC.” Of all veterans surveyed, 59% would use the camp housing if they were in need. The camp is ideally located minutes from the GTCC campus and downtown High Point. Outdoor sports, including hunting and fishing, are minutes away.
A 501(c)3, Non-Profit Dedicated to Military Warriors & Their Loved Ones Tax ID #46-2087180
The Heroes Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve, support, and strengthen student veterans with programs, services, events, and resources. By housing student veterans in a community of their peers, hosting activities, and providing access to professional resources in a peaceful and nurturing environment, the Heroes Center helps veterans transition successfully from military to civilian life.
Transition to Civilian Life
The challenges of transitioning back to civilian life after a tour of duty can be overwhelming. Many of our veterans have been exposed to life-or-death situations and are still haunted by ghosts of their time in the service. Coping can push their psychological capacities to the limit, and as a result, many veterans are suffering from homelessness, drug addiction, alcoholism and depression. The Heroes Center will take one of those barriers away, by offering housing to vets to make this transition easier.
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