veterans, hosted a ribbon cutting and unveiling of their new career center Friday, June 14, 2013.
With 11 facilities in six states and the District of Columbia, U.S.VETS provides vital services such as case management, employment assistance, job placement, counseling, as well as drug- and alcohol-free housing to over 2,000 veterans each day. In a year, U.S. VETS will help 3,000 veterans find housing and over 1,000 veterans obtain full-time employment.
|Guidance Aviation Student Services Rep.& U.S. Veteran
Derek Allensworth (center) rubbing elbows with
Prescott Valley Mayor Harvey Skoog (left)
and Prescott Mayor Marlin Kuykendall (rt)
“These struggling veterans are our sons and daughters, our mothers and fathers, our brothers and sisters. They all served our country. We share both the pride and problems of our military servicemen and women. At U.S.VETS we believe we have an obligation to help protect and serve those who have served and protected us. This is why we are committed to helping veterans.” – U.S. Vets Website
Present at the event were U.S. Vets representatives, City of Prescott and Prescott Valley officials, Prescott Chamber of Commerce representatives as well as numerous U.S. Military Veterans. Great job U.S. Vets!