Veterans Count Maine Chapter
To provide critical and timely financial assistance and services when no other resource is available to veterans, service members and their families to ensure their dignity, health and overall well-being.
Key Outcomes in Maine in February, 2018:
- $100 was provided in response to transportation or operation and maintenance of a motor vehicle.
- $300 was provided in food support, typically in the form of gift cards to a local grocery store.
- $355 was provided in rent payments to landlords to prevent eviction.
- $0 was provided to fund utilities such as water, electricity and fuel
- $201.54 was provided in miscellaneous care such as home repairs, diapers, clothing, tuition, PC repair, etc.
Since program inception:
1,268 Service Members/Veterans and their families have been served
• Homelessness has been prevented for 83 at-risk families and 488 homeless families secured
• 155 individuals were successfully engaged in treatment for a mental health or adjustment problem
• 2,396 referrals were made to community and military resources
• 270 program participants obtained employment
• $217,369.85 has been distributed in emergency financial assistance100% of every donation made in Maine stays in Maine to provide services to veterans and military families.