Volunteers of America housing veterans in need

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Volunteers of America housing veterans in need

Army veteran Lloyd Muller, 58, and his dog Suzzie moved into an apartment at the Iron Horse Inn about three weeks ago with help from the Veteran Transitional Housing program run by Volunteers of America. Muller served in the 1970s. He was deployed to Germany. He lost his fingers in an industrial accident shortly after leaving the military.
Renee Adam, a veterans advocate at Volunteers of America, talks with Roger Carrico, a veteran, about coordinating all of his medical needs for an upcoming surgery on Thursday. The Volunteers of America oversees two housing programs for veterans across a five-county region.

Volunteers of America housing veterans in need

Army veteran Lloyd Muller, 58, and his dog Suzzie moved into an apartment at the Iron Horse Inn about three weeks ago with help from the Veteran Transitional Housing program run by Volunteers of America. Muller served in the 1970s. He was deployed to Germany. He lost his fingers in an industrial accident shortly after leaving the military.
Renee Adam, a veterans advocate at Volunteers of America, talks with Roger Carrico, a veteran, about coordinating all of his medical needs for an upcoming surgery on Thursday. The Volunteers of America oversees two housing programs for veterans across a five-county region.
Veterans Day Parade

The Veterans Day parade will start at 11 a.m. Friday at College Drive and Main Avenue. It will end at 12th Street.

For veteran housing help

To reach Volunteers of America Back Home Program call 247-0831. This program focuses on housing first, and its offices are in the Commons Building, 701 Camino del Rio.
To reach Veteran Transitional Housing Program through the Durango Community Shelter call 259-1255 . The shelter’s address is 1055 Avenida del Sol.

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