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Director of veterans housing shares current and future plans

 
By Lois Krafsky-Perry
 
October 21, 2017
 

Sequim, WA–Republican Women of Clallam County (RWCC) met at First Federal Savings on Saturday, and hosted speaker, Cheri Tinker of Forks.

 
Tinker is from a military family, and is director for Sarge’s Place, which is the non-profit group, North Olympic Regional Veteran’s Housing Network.   
 
Sarge’s Place is located in Forks and houses and cares for veterans. Some of them are homeless and have mental health issues as well as disabilities. 
 
Funding has come from some grants as well as donations. Several years ago, a Washington Senator helped them receive $500,000 for building in Forks.  They are hoping to get more help from the legislature.
 
Sarge’s Place has transitional housing with 12 contract beds with Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care for homeless veterans, with  three 2-bedroom apartments.  According to their brochure, it must meet the following criteria: eligibility for VA health care, Honorable or General under honorable conditions discharge, no sex offenders or violent offenders and extremely low income, with $1400 or less a month.  There is a social worker,  case manager, and house manager on-site.  
 
“The ultimate goal is creating employment for vets, mostly combat”, said Tinker, who is a grant writer and has a Master’s degree in social work.  She stated  that 73 percent of the veterans have mental illness, some have PTSD [Post Traumatic Stress Disorder] and a vast majority had horrible childhoods. 
 
Camp Sol Duc, on 1.3 acres, currently houses three formerly homeless veterans.  It also houses Sarge’s Attic, a second hand store.  It will eventually have an apartment building, employment with vegetables and fruit, with a greenhouse.  There are chickens and fruit trees and fruit bushes on the property.
 
The Outpost is located in Port Angeles with four, two-bedroom apartments for homeless veterans and their children.  It is a project based HUD-VASH units and comes with a VA social worker attached.  It must meet the following criteria: chronologically homeless and mentally ill and be eligible for VA healthcare.
 
Plans are  underway for future building.
 
For more information, to go their website, at  www.sargesplace.com

Republican Women Applaud President’s Success in Adding 1 Million U.S. Jobs

News Release from National Federation of Republican Women

August 9, 2017

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – “President Trump is making America great again by creating good-paying jobs that allow U.S. citizens to take pride in what they do and work toward financial independence,” National Federation of Republican Women President Carrie Almond said today.

Job numbers released Aug. 4 show the president’s agenda is strengthening the economy and creating good-paying jobs for all Americans. Continue reading

Celebrating two decades of defending freedom – June 4th

This year marks a major milestone in Pacific Legal Foundation’s mission to impact the lives, liberty, and happiness of residents of the Pacific Northwest:  the 20th Anniversary of PLF’sPacific Northwest Center.  To celebrate, you’re invited to a special birthday party and briefing on Monday, June 4, 2012, at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue.

 

You will relive some of the greatest accomplishments in PLF’s history of defending the Constitution and our fundamental rights and liberties, meet special guests and PLF clients, and hear about PLF’s current cases against overreaching government. You’ll meet Mike and Chantell Sackett, our clients inSackett v. EPA, PLF’s historic property rights case that was a unanimous victory at the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

Enjoy some of the Pacific Northwest’s finest wines and delicious hors d’oeuvres as we raise a toast to PLF’s 20 years of fighting for freedom.

 

This won’t be a celebration without you! Come join us this June in Bellevue.

 

Rob Rivett

President

Pacific Legal Foundation

 

For more information, please contact Jennifer Rohde at 1(800) 847-7719.

 

 

 

Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Cedar Ballroom 900 Bellevue Way, NE Bellevue, Washington 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Monday, June 4, 2012

(RSVP by May 25)

Calling all Republican Women!

2012 will be an exciting and busy year – and we need your help!  Please consider joining the Republican Women of Clallam County.  Download a membership form now!  Thanks!

Fireworks Stand a success!

Republican Women of Clallam County

Fireworks Sale Project

The RWCC ran a fireworks stand  from June 28th through July 4th, for the purpose of raising funds to help candidates.

 

Thanks so much to all who helped make this project a success!

 

The fireworks sale was at the Goodwill parking lot in Port Angeles.

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On Independence Day – you might consider a commemorative way of celebrating.  Click here to host an Independence Day celebration including signing the Declaration of Independence.  Dennis Prager’s University offers a great way to remember.  “As Americans we need to reconnect with our Founding Fathers. We need to rediscover the meaning of our country’s creation. And we need to do it every year. That is the reason for ritual — to enable us to remember. Without ritual, the memory fades. And without memory, life — whether of the individual or of a nation –  loses its meaning. ”

Go to Prager University.com to get the information for a fun and informative celebration for your own friends and family on July 4th.

Mama Grizzlies

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