DrugRehab.com Launches New Resource Page For Veterans Dealing With Addiction

DrugRehab.com has launched a resource page, “Veterans and Addiction” solely dedicated to veterans recovering and or dealing with addiction.  The new page focuses on an issue which is prevalent within the United States Military, and addresses not only the root causes but provides the necessary assistance for veterans who are ready for recovery.

If you are a veteran struggling with addiction or know of one who is, there is help online for you through DrugRehab.com today.  Visit the page directly for HELP, more information or for other resources related to addiction.

For veterans dealing with more advanced issues such as PTSD and addiction DrugReb.com provides access to an advanced approach to care and recovery, and has a separate page which any veteran can access from this link HERE.

#VeteransMatter  – As you go about celebrating during this upcoming Memorial Holiday Weekend, please remember what the holiday is all about.  Take some time to pay homage in your own way to the many soldiers who sacrificed their lives for our country.

VEDI’s goal is to always be able to provide resources to help move our veterans forward here on the home-front.

To Donate to VEDI visit our GoFundMe Page.

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VEDI Founder Stands With War Veteran Facing Foreclosure in Nassau County Court Today

New York, NY – March 24, 2017 – This is real, our Veterans are facing some tough situations here on the home-front and more needs to be done!  Below are words from Veterans Entrepreneurial Development Initiatives (VEDI) Founder, Meta Mereday.

“I am hoping that you can  SPREAD THE WORD or JOIN ME at the Nassau County Supreme Court,  100 Supreme Court Blvd, Mineola, 10 AM , in Judge Thomas Adam’s court room.

A Korean War Veteran and Nassau County resident is facing foreclosure and eviction – Again!.  Veterans Entrepreneurial Development Initiatives and Long Island Veterans Initiatives were able to keep the couple in their home and not split up living in separate shelters and their lives disrupted.  Unfortunately, the veteran is now a widower and still fighting to remain in his home!  He lost his wife last summer and fell on hard times again! Should he lose his house as well?  We spend millions on parades and fly-overs during sports events in surface support of our veterans.  This is a real life situation…can we count on you?”

VEDI needs you, there are countless other situations similar to this and some worse, please spread the word on the work that VEDI is doing and consider donating to the Cause.  Every little bit helps this organization assist our Veterans on a grass-roots level and beyond. Remember #DoMoreGiveMore.

To Donate click on the following link to the VEDI GoFundMe Page.

Email VEDI@MidnightManagement for more information on getting involved with the organization.