Veteran Advocates, Social Service agents, formerly homeless Veterans, family of Veterans’, as well as the public: will converge for this annual event, hosted by Veteran Rescue Mission, and inspired by Safe Park. This informative and collaborative forum will be located at Tucson’s Brand New CBD Lounge and Event location, The Coughee Club on 125 E. Pennington St. at 2:00 p.m.
Panel Guest / Professionals:
— CT “Yoda” Simpson, US Army Vet, Formerly Homeless
— Richard Crouser, US Air Force Vet, Homeless Activist
— Ricardo Pereyda, Us Army Vet, Veteran / MMJ Advocate
— Lewis Arthur, Homeless Veteran Activist, Veterans on Patrol
— Juan Carlos Montedesco, Barber, Homeless Activist
— Beverly Wade, Apartment Manager / Veteran Advocate, Royal El Con Apartments
— Jon McLane, Us Army Vet, Pastor / Homeless Advocate, Veteran Rescue Mission
Our panel guests and professionals will each give 5 minute Powerpoint presentations on the current solutions in the City of Tucson for helping Veterans regain independence. Following the presentations, there will be a question and answers segment of the forum where people may ask questions, or discuss with our professionals, other solutions they see possible in our neighborhoods.
Admission is FREE.
WHO: Veteran Rescue Mission — The Coughee Club — Harmon Promotions — Dr.IV:XX — Southern Arizona Integrated Therapies — Veteran Advocates — Social Service Workers — The Public
WHAT: An individual and group presentation and discussion on Veteran Homelessness in the City of Tucson.
WHEN: Memorial Day — May 29th, 2017 — 14:00 to 16:00 hours
WHERE: The Coughee Club — 125 E. Pennington St. @6th Ave. — 520-792-2715
WHY: To help make aware to Veterans and family members of Veterans, the services which are available to them in the City of Tucson.
HOW: As a community effort, through building networks and the infrastructure necessary, to support the growing basic need among the homeless population in Tucson.