What We Do

Our Work

HOMELESS PREVENTION

Our most important initiative of homeless prevention is to end chronic homelessness in the US military community. Rapid re-housing connects families and individuals experiencing homelessness to permanent housing through a customized short-term financial and non-financial assistance program. The program is designed to solve the immediate challenges to obtaining permanent housing while reducing the amount of time they experience homelessness. Re-housing is an effective intervention for different types of households, including those with limited income, with disabilities, and with a poor rental history.

Fighting Hunger

With our mission always in mind, we work tirelessly to improve the nutrition of military veteran families and families of active duty personnel. The Food Secure Project supports access to fresh and healthy food sources. Donations of any size provide a monthly Food Card to U.S. military families who live in Southern California and Southern Nevada. Our whole team of dedicated Nonprofit Organization experts and volunteers are committed to this cause and will continue to work to enhance the lives of veterans every day.

Second Chance Prison  Project

We are re-building the lives of men and women impacted by incarceration. The Second Chance Prison Project operated by New Beginnings Incorporation: New Beginnings Transitional Services, a nonprofit charity provides support and resources to men and women who are confined in federal and state prisons nationwide.  The program has three components: financial aid for inmates who are veterans of the US military to participate in any educational program behind bars. This segment is opened military veterans with and without an honorable discharge. The second component offers inmate services to all inmates, and the third part of the program provides housing and employment resources to ex-offenders transitioning to society.

At the heart of this undertaking is to provide detained inmates encouragement and the necessary tools to acknowledge the life experiences that have propelled them into criminal activity, take responsibility for their lawless behavior, change life-long patterns of illegal habits, and going forth, build productive lives.

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