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Homeless Veterans

A Maryland vet center saves lives on a daily basis. But homeless veterans aren't the only ones finding a new life at the center. Chesapeake Post 127 moved to the center recently and has been thriving ever since.

Chapter 60 in Logansport, Ind., still involved with homeless veterans facility after donating $3,000 to sponsor an apartment there.

United States Veterans Initiative vows to 'never leave a veteran behind' with new homeless facility in Washington, D.C.

The American Legion supports the efforts of public and private sector agencies and organizations that aid homeless veterans and their families. Additionally, the Legion supports legislative proposals to provide medical, rehabilitative and employment assistance to homeless veterans and their families.

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The American Legion has stepped up its support for homeless veterans, coordinating a Homeless Veterans Task Force.

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