Bridges proudly operates residential and employment services to help disabled veterans in our community. Our goal is to support and stabilize them so they can find employment, affordable housing, and live independently again. These services include:
In 2012, Bridges opened a transitional home for disabled and homeless Veterans called the Patriot House. The Patriot House is a 24-month program designed to help Veterans transition back into the community by providing them stability while they search for employment and affordable housing.
The home has an updated kitchen, flat-screen TV, pool table, and a beautiful outdoor space. All bathrooms are handicapped accessible. While there, veterans achieve a successful transition with a variety of services, such as:
Patriot House is funded under the VA Grant Per Diem program and the generous support of our local community. This home is located in Melbourne, FL near the BCC campus and can house up to 6 male Veterans at one time.
At Bridges, we provide custom Employment Services tailored to each individual’s skills and needs. Upon completion of the Veterans Transitional program we can provide employment assistance as needed. We are want to insure that each of our Veterans has the skills and tools they need in order to successfully complete the program so we tailor our services to individual circumstances.
If you would like to inquire about The Patriot House program availability, services, or any other Veteran related services please contact Jim Stroup, Patriot House and Veterans Services Program Director, at (321) 752-3217 or email him firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information contained on this website does not represent legal counsel. Certain sections of information have been reprinted from other websites for the purposes of education and clarification. As always you should always seek qualified legal counsel prior to undertaking any legal action or advocacy efforts on behalf of individuals with disabilities or yourself.