Supporting our vets isn't just about a handshake and a pat on the back. While it's always a good thing to recognize their contribution and sacrifice by shaking their hand when you see them in daily life, there's so much more we all can and should do.

Supporting our vets isn't just about a handshake and a pat on the back. While it's always a good thing to recognize their contribution and sacrifice by shaking their hand when you see them in daily life, there's so much more we all can and should do. Fortunately, Gregory Scott, President and CEO of New Directions for Veterans, does. In fact, his organization serves 1000+ vets and their families every year by providing affordable housing in Los Angeles. He is responsible for taking vets off the street, which is excellent since there are thousands of homeless vets who could use the assistance. His organization, NDvets.org, also helps with addiction recovery and mental health issues. The group has a clinical staff to provide services even after vets are placed in permanent housing. Gregory's organization rehabbed two old hospitals to create 147 studio apartments, which means that many more homeless vets can leave the streets and be treated with the respect they deserve. The group is also working to create units with more bedrooms for families, and everything they do is rehabbed to meet strict Disability Standards. Listen to this important podcast through your Independence Day weekend to learn some alarming statistics and how you can help. What a great way to celebrate all those brave men and women who put their lives on the line to keep our soil safe. Learn about Gregory's involvement in the upcoming Walk for Warriors, too. LISTEN NOW.

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