It is the right thing to do.
Alarming suicide rates, high unemployment rates, veteran homelessness, and news stories about the thousands of visible and invisible wounds our troops have sustained has raised the awareness of residents across Denton County to understand and appreciate the service and sacrifice of our military community and to want to do something to show their support.
It is the smart thing to do.
Veterans are valuable community assets and, by their example, can help improve volunteerism and service for the benefit of all Denton County residents.
It is the fiscally prudent thing to do.
Veterans who cannot overcome barriers to employment and who fail to successfully re-integrate back into civilian life can become a drain on social, medical, and legal services.
What will a successful Veterans' Coalition look like?
we have the opportunity to foster a new "Greatest Generation" of veterans who
will make our county and our country stronger.
The Veterans' Coalition will be responsive, not bureaucratic; adaptable, not cumbersome; personal, not impersonal; flexible, not regulated; and enduring, as long as veterans need assistance reintegrating into their communities.
more information on how you can partner with the Denton County Veterans'
Coalition, please contact us.