EVENTS

VRP Sponsors Events, Workshops, Fundraisers to help those who served our Nation to become stronger more independent after serving. They Served for us now its our turn to serve them. Below we will post Event's open for enrolling

VRP Transitional Community: 

VRP Transitional Housing Community

 

Purpose

To create an atmosphere where Veterans and in some cases, families of veterans, can begin, as normal a life as possible due to trauma incurred while serving. Veterans Relief Project is designed to assist Veterans in assimilating back into society after serving our country.  VRP is committed to helping veterans suffering from PTSD, MST, and AD, and is not limited to coordinating veteran benefits. We are creating housing, medical, and employment opportunities for our heroes. Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Medical and dental clinic, and job training and placement.

By creating a community of Commitment, Comradery, and Cooperation Our Veterans will receive the running start and hand up they need and deserve.  

Land and Buildings

Lot Size 5-200 Acres

VRP Community

 

The Community Center will be Approx. 3000 Sq. Ft and will house admin Offices for VRP (4) and the Community (2) (intake lobby), classrooms, therapy and exam rooms, Nurses station, a commercial kitchen, and dining facilities. The dining area will also be used for group meetings, therapies, and instruction.

 

Residential housing will consist of Cabins (50 units) (Purchased for the first few residences up to 10) then manufactured in-house through our Contractor instruction course. Residences will range in size from 350 sq. feet to 599 sq. feet. Each unit will have a kitchenette with a built-in Microwave and coffee pot, (No other cooking will be allowed in the residence), dorm-sized refrigerator/freezer, shower, and toilet. Each unit will be built in a configuration of Studio, 2, and 3 sleeping areas one of which will consist of a loft (Loft sleeping area). Living quarters will be placed in a parklike setting to give the residence a feeling of pride and sense of belonging

 

Community Income Producing projects

 

3-6 Hydroponic Greenhouses with an area for 6, 40x120 Greenhouses. In Conjunction with Jeri Bee Good Farmers who will teach these new farming techniques to grow healthy produce for the Transitional community as well as for sale to the local Restaurants, Grocery Stores, and the General Public.

 

Manufacturing of Tiny Houses for sale and use in the Community, an enclosed pole building will house the manufacturing of tiny houses and other things we might need. Partnerships have been formed with Local Contractors to teach and possibly employ program participants through the Contractor training course. These courses will consist of carpentry (Rough and Finish), Plumbing, electrical, and landscaping design. This program will teach principles and practices of construction, reading blueprints, and practical applications to build Tiny houses for sale and to be permanently affixed to the property keeping VRP’s cost of new residential housing expansion to a minimum.

 

Will you support VRP with a $10 $20 $40 $100 monthly donation.  Our Veterans need your help

Operation Veterans First
Fri, Aug 28
Online Donations
Aug 28, 9:00 AM PDT
Online Donations
Give Veterans A Chance Donate TODAY!
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VRP OPEN MONTHLY DONATION
Tue, Feb 19
2210 W Main St
Feb 19, 2019, 2:00 AM – Dec 31, 2019, 11:40 PM
2210 W Main St, 2210 W Main St, Battle Ground, WA 98604, USA
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FUNDRAISING FOR A CAUSE
Fri, Jan 11
26160 Greenfield Rd
Jan 11, 2019, 7:00 PM
26160 Greenfield Rd, 26160 Greenfield Rd, Oak Park, MI 48237, USA
THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE BACK TO THOSE WHO SERVED
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Box 267

Battle Ground, WA   98604

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