The following videos were produced by the Warwick Valley High School’s Video Production students enrolled in career and technical education: Steven Archambault, Gabriel Luceri, Caroline Cottle, Faith Scotto, Emmanuelle Patterson, and Aidan Henderson, under the direction of their teacher, Dan Cecconie:

There are 40,000 homeless veterans in the United States

There are 24 veteran male and female suicides every day in the United States

Less than 50% of veterans receive any mental health treatment

Rumshock Veterans Foundation

Larry Neumann, Vet2Vet Program Coordinator: “If you ask soldiers what do they fear, what do they fear the most, you might think the answer would be getting shot, getting killed. I don’t want to die. That’s not their biggest fear. Their biggest fear is when I get back home, will I have housing? Will I be able to find a job? Will I be able to integrate back into the civilian life that I once had?”

Discover the interior concepts for Victory Village that Suffern High School students prepared for Rumshock Veterans Foundation recently>>

Tiny home community could bring shelter, support, employment to veterans in Orange County

Rachel Ettlinger | Oct 19, 2020 | Times Herald-Record

Rumshock Veterans Foundation, a nonprofit founded in February 2019 to provide military members with post-service support, received $400,000 that was secured and announced by New York state Sen. Jen Metzger’s office at a news conference Tuesday at the Greenwood Lake Elks Lodge 2067. That funding will go toward purchasing land and eventually breaking ground to make the estimated $3 million project, Victory Village, a reality.

A Sustainable Community for Veterans with Four Important  Components…
There is no way to adequately thank the men and women who sacrificed so much for our freedom and safety. But we can offer them a second chance – an opportunity to be successful members of a supportive community! The staff and volunteers at Rumshock Veterans Foundation are working to do all we can to offer veterans the opportunity to improve their physical, mental, and emotional health as well as reconnect with society through meaningful activities. There are four components to the Foundation’s sustainable program: 1) Victory Village, a tiny residential community of affordable housing for veterans; 2) Hydroponic Farming, maintained by Village residents; 3) Victory Transportation, to assist Village residents in making appointments to healthcare providers and other necessities; and 4) E-Waste Recycling, involving the recovery of materials to be used in future production.

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Victory Village

Rumshock Veterans Foundation home

Victory Village is a tiny residential community of affordable homes for veterans living in a small but sustainable and secure living environment. Learn more>

Hydroponic Farming

Rumshock Veterans Foundation hydroponic gardening

Hydroponic Farming is maintained by Veterans for their own food supply and that of nearby communities. Learn more>

E-Waste Recycling

Rumshock Veterans Foundation e-waste recycling

E-Waste Recycling is a way for Veterans to extract recoverable materials to be used in future production. Learn more>

Victory Transportation

Rumshock Veterans Foundation transportation

Victory Transportation assists Veterans in keeping appointments with healthcare providers and other necessities. Learn more>

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