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Help for Homeless American Veterans

 If you are a Veteran who has lost your home, receive the support you’ve earned to get back on your feet. Contact VA’s National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at 1-877-4AID-VET (1-877-424-3838) to speak to a trained VA responder. The hotline and online chat are free and neither VA registration nor enrollment in VA healthcare is required to use either service. More information here. US Department of Veterans Affairs

Kids Help Phone Canada

Kids Help Phone is a Canadian and world leader known for our expertise and continuous innovation as Canada’s only 24/7 counselling and information service for young people. Since 1989, our trained, professional counsellors have been listening to kids, often when no one else can or will. We are always there – supporting young people wherever and whenever they need us most.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen in my life, but I wanted to call and thank you for listening. You were the only ones who did.”

– 14-year-old caller  For immediate help go to: Kids Help Phone Canada For more information about the organization go to: Kids Help Organization Info

Raising the Roof

There is help for our homeless youth in Canada. Please check out the Covenant House site to help homeless youth today. Help by purchasing items too! Raising the Roof

Help for Female Domestic Violence in USA

If you have experienced violence, you may feel shock, fear, sadness, and confusion. You may even feel numb, or think that what happens to you doesn't matter. But no one has the right to hurt you or make you feel afraid. Many groups and people want to help you live a healthier, happier life.  Check here for more information: Women's Health USA

Help for Male Domestic Violence Victims

While the majority of domestic violence victims are women, abuse of men happens far more often than you'd probably expect. Typically, men are physically stronger than women but that doesn't necessarily make it easier to escape the violence or the relationship. An abused man faces a shortage of resources, skepticism from police, and major legal obstacles, especially when it comes to gaining custody of his children from an abusive mother. No matter your age, occupation, or sexual orientation, though, you can overcome these challenges and escape the abuse. For more information go here: Help for Abused Men

Help for Homeless Canadian Veterans

 The Legion helps Veterans and their family members leave the streets behind and turn their lives around through national and provincial programs offering financial assistance and supports for homeless Veterans and those at-risk. Find out how you can get help here Canadian Legion


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