Congressman Gosar Applauds $87,100 Grant To Help Veterans in Kingman, Arizona

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Arizona is home to many of our nation’sveterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04)and Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council released the following statements after the USDA approved the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) with a $87,100 grant to assist in the rehabilitation of the Arnold Plaza building in Kingman, Arizona for the "Operation 6." The investment will be used to renovate, create, and furnish eight bedrooms, dedicated to rural clients, in their newly purchased facility.

U.S. Representative Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) said,“Arizona is home to many of our nation’sveterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.”

Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council said, "The JAVC appreciates the USDA for their generous grant to complete 8 rooms in our facility to combat the opioid crisis currently devastating our struggling military veteran population in Mohave County. We also appreciated the support received from Congressman Gosar's office during this process. Working together we can overcome this problem."

Background: The USDA Rural Development will address the chronic homeless veteran population in Mohave County, the applicant will develop this facility as a 25 bed homeless shelter for veterans in the area, provide transitional housing, along with certified counselors for substance abuse and other emotional needs. The facility will also house other programs on site such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and other State programs; to be a one-stop shop for the clients.Additional funding is $157,000 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, $62,000 in donations, and $190,500 in applicant contribution.

(courtesy of the USDA)


Congressman Gosar Applauds $87,100 Grant To Help Veterans in Kingman, Arizona
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04)  and Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council released the following statements after the USDA approved the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) with a $87,100 grant to assist in the rehabilitation of the Arnold Plaza building in Kingman, Arizona for the "Operation 6." The investment will be used to renovate, create, and furnish eight bedrooms, dedicated to rural clients, in their newly purchased facility.

U.S. Representative Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) said, “Arizona is home to many of our nation’s  veterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.”

Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council said, "The JAVC appreciates the USDA for their generous grant to complete 8 rooms in our facility to combat the opioid crisis currently devastating our struggling military veteran population in Mohave County. We also appreciated the support received from Congressman Gosar's office during this process. Working together we can overcome this problem."

Background: The USDA Rural Development will address the chronic homeless veteran population in Mohave County, the applicant will develop this facility as a 25 bed homeless shelter for veterans in the area, provide transitional housing, along with certified counselors for substance abuse and other emotional needs. The facility will also house other programs on site such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and other State programs; to be a one-stop shop for the clients.  Additional funding is $157,000 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, $62,000 in donations, and $190,500 in applicant contribution.

(courtesy of the USDA)

Congressman Gosar Applauds $87,100 Grant To Help Veterans in Kingman, Arizona
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04)  and Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council released the following statements after the USDA approved the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) with a $87,100 grant to assist in the rehabilitation of the Arnold Plaza building in Kingman, Arizona for the "Operation 6." The investment will be used to renovate, create, and furnish eight bedrooms, dedicated to rural clients, in their newly purchased facility.

U.S. Representative Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) said, “Arizona is home to many of our nation’s  veterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.”

Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council said, "The JAVC appreciates the USDA for their generous grant to complete 8 rooms in our facility to combat the opioid crisis currently devastating our struggling military veteran population in Mohave County. We also appreciated the support received from Congressman Gosar's office during this process. Working together we can overcome this problem."

Background: The USDA Rural Development will address the chronic homeless veteran population in Mohave County, the applicant will develop this facility as a 25 bed homeless shelter for veterans in the area, provide transitional housing, along with certified counselors for substance abuse and other emotional needs. The facility will also house other programs on site such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and other State programs; to be a one-stop shop for the clients.  Additional funding is $157,000 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, $62,000 in donations, and $190,500 in applicant contribution.

(courtesy of the USDA)

Congressman Gosar Applauds $87,100 Grant To Help Veterans in Kingman, Arizona
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04)  and Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council released the following statements after the USDA approved the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) with a $87,100 grant to assist in the rehabilitation of the Arnold Plaza building in Kingman, Arizona for the "Operation 6." The investment will be used to renovate, create, and furnish eight bedrooms, dedicated to rural clients, in their newly purchased facility.

U.S. Representative Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) said, “Arizona is home to many of our nation’s  veterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.”

Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council said, "The JAVC appreciates the USDA for their generous grant to complete 8 rooms in our facility to combat the opioid crisis currently devastating our struggling military veteran population in Mohave County. We also appreciated the support received from Congressman Gosar's office during this process. Working together we can overcome this problem."

Background: The USDA Rural Development will address the chronic homeless veteran population in Mohave County, the applicant will develop this facility as a 25 bed homeless shelter for veterans in the area, provide transitional housing, along with certified counselors for substance abuse and other emotional needs. The facility will also house other programs on site such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and other State programs; to be a one-stop shop for the clients.  Additional funding is $157,000 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, $62,000 in donations, and $190,500 in applicant contribution.

(courtesy of the USDA)

Congressman Gosar Applauds $87,100 Grant To Help Veterans in Kingman, Arizona
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04)  and Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council released the following statements after the USDA approved the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) with a $87,100 grant to assist in the rehabilitation of the Arnold Plaza building in Kingman, Arizona for the "Operation 6." The investment will be used to renovate, create, and furnish eight bedrooms, dedicated to rural clients, in their newly purchased facility.

U.S. Representative Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) said, “Arizona is home to many of our nation’s  veterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.”

Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council said, "The JAVC appreciates the USDA for their generous grant to complete 8 rooms in our facility to combat the opioid crisis currently devastating our struggling military veteran population in Mohave County. We also appreciated the support received from Congressman Gosar's office during this process. Working together we can overcome this problem."

Background: The USDA Rural Development will address the chronic homeless veteran population in Mohave County, the applicant will develop this facility as a 25 bed homeless shelter for veterans in the area, provide transitional housing, along with certified counselors for substance abuse and other emotional needs. The facility will also house other programs on site such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and other State programs; to be a one-stop shop for the clients.  Additional funding is $157,000 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, $62,000 in donations, and $190,500 in applicant contribution.

(courtesy of the USDA)

Congressman Gosar Applauds $87,100 Grant To Help Veterans in Kingman, Arizona
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04)  and Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council released the following statements after the USDA approved the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) with a $87,100 grant to assist in the rehabilitation of the Arnold Plaza building in Kingman, Arizona for the "Operation 6." The investment will be used to renovate, create, and furnish eight bedrooms, dedicated to rural clients, in their newly purchased facility.

U.S. Representative Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) said, “Arizona is home to many of our nation’s  veterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.”

Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council said, "The JAVC appreciates the USDA for their generous grant to complete 8 rooms in our facility to combat the opioid crisis currently devastating our struggling military veteran population in Mohave County. We also appreciated the support received from Congressman Gosar's office during this process. Working together we can overcome this problem."

Background: The USDA Rural Development will address the chronic homeless veteran population in Mohave County, the applicant will develop this facility as a 25 bed homeless shelter for veterans in the area, provide transitional housing, along with certified counselors for substance abuse and other emotional needs. The facility will also house other programs on site such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and other State programs; to be a one-stop shop for the clients.  Additional funding is $157,000 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, $62,000 in donations, and $190,500 in applicant contribution.

(courtesy of the USDA)

Congressman Gosar Applauds $87,100 Grant To Help Veterans in Kingman, Arizona
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04)  and Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council released the following statements after the USDA approved the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) with a $87,100 grant to assist in the rehabilitation of the Arnold Plaza building in Kingman, Arizona for the "Operation 6." The investment will be used to renovate, create, and furnish eight bedrooms, dedicated to rural clients, in their newly purchased facility.

U.S. Representative Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) said, “Arizona is home to many of our nation’s  veterans. I'm grateful for work JAVC does to help ensure our veterans get the care, support and resources they deserve. This grant will help address the unique problems that our veterans face in rural Arizona.”

Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council said, "The JAVC appreciates the USDA for their generous grant to complete 8 rooms in our facility to combat the opioid crisis currently devastating our struggling military veteran population in Mohave County. We also appreciated the support received from Congressman Gosar's office during this process. Working together we can overcome this problem."

Background: The USDA Rural Development will address the chronic homeless veteran population in Mohave County, the applicant will develop this facility as a 25 bed homeless shelter for veterans in the area, provide transitional housing, along with certified counselors for substance abuse and other emotional needs. The facility will also house other programs on site such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and other State programs; to be a one-stop shop for the clients.  Additional funding is $157,000 from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, $62,000 in donations, and $190,500 in applicant contribution.

(courtesy of the USDA)

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