SERVING OUR WOMEN VETERANS
Women who serve in the US military demonstrate courage and selflessness. They deserve our respect. Yet all too often, female veterans return home to a community that does not embrace them. Many end up homeless. Although it sounds inconceivable, the fact is that right this moment, there are female veterans living on the streets of Palm Beach County, one of the wealthiest communities in the country.
To empower homeless and at-risk female military veterans to reintegrate successfully into life after service.
Our vision is to ensure that every female veteran who comes home can live independently and proudly.
In 2016, the suicide rate was 1.5 times greater for Veterans than for non-Veteran adults
The suicide rate for women Veterans was 1.8 times greater than the suicide rate for non-Veteran women.
1 out of 4 Female Veterans suffer from Military Sexual Trauma (MST).
OPERATION120 Supportive Housing
OPERATION120 Supportive Housing provides safe, temporary housing where our female veterans can begin to heal from trauma, establish goals and empower themselves to become self-sufficient to sustain independent living.