HIDDEN WOUNDS PROJECT

Our first Hidden Wounds Project, VAlanthropy, will build twelve sustainable, high-quality one-bedroom apartments for low-income veterans facing homelessness in Sumter County, South Carolina.

Along with the apartments, the Hidden Wounds Project will provide supportive services, such as case management, counseling, community engagement, and job training, to name a few. We will be located near the Veterans Administration (VA) clinic, which will allow us to transport the veterans to and from medical and supportive services provided by the VA.

These essential components keep the veterans on track to overcome the emotional and physical trauma that brings them to the point of homelessness while living independently in security and safety.

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Apartment Rendering

The Hidden Wounds Project will build twelve sustainable, high-quality one-bedroom apartments for homeless veterans in Sumter County, South Carolina.

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Site Plan

Along with the apartments, the Hidden Wounds Project will provide supportive services, such as case management, counseling, community engagement, and job training, to name a few.

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Quadraplex Floor Plan

We will be located near the Veterans Administration (VA) clinic, which will allow us to transport the veterans to andfrom medical and supportive services provided by the VA.

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About Hidden Wounds

Hidden Wounds is a program that brings together support groups to aid veterans. All support group leaders have professional Peer-to-Peer and Mental Health First Aid training. They create a safe and secure environment to promote wellness, improve coping skills, reduce concerns, foster social networking and provide appropriate referral services for specific needs.  We provide Combat Veterans, Law Enforcement and First Responders a safe venue to establish comradeship with other Combat Veterans, a forum for sharing combat experiences; to provide an avenue to facilitate the easing of internal pain lingering in the recesses of combat memories harbored from family and non-Combat Veterans, and to provide an open protective environment for Combat Veterans to verbalize any issue weighing heavy on their hearts with other Combat Veterans in a Christian setting without fear of recrimination or reprisal.