Helen's Helping Hands (HHH) is a Massachusetts based nonprofit organization, that provides homeless veterans with temporary and transitional housing and life skills for male and female veterans who have suffered from post-traumatic stress
disorders, and other mental health issues.
HHH provides homeless Veterans with the opportunity to live with dignity and safety.
As a socially responsible service provider, we work to ensure our staff are well-trained and provide services to our Veterans with meaningful activities that will improve the quality of lives of those who we serve so that they may empower themselves to better themselves.
Helen's Helping Hands is an
alcohol and drug-free sober community.
More than 37,000 American veterans are homeless, according to the most recent count from the Department of Housing and Human Development. Many are "living in places not meant for human habitation," according to the department.
Many of these veterans face challenges throughout their lives that may lead them to lose their home, eventually becoming homeless.
HHH recognizes that every homeless Veteran's story is different, including their specific needs to help them get back into more permanent housing.
To offer a housing atmosphere that helps build self-esteem, and assist in the transition back into the community and society.
We are driven by our passion to help our Veterans. We work diligently to build a better future for our veterans as we partner with several non-profit institutions to better perform our social service responsibilities.
HHH relates to each Veteran with respect, kindness, sincerity, and compassion, as well as, with dignity and values in all individuals.
We provide a proven one-on-one case management model, in order to achieve incremental, lasting results in the areas of health and wellness, education, employment, financial literacy, and the development of a personal support network in partnership with key community service partners..
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