NAAM HOUSE INITIATIVE, INC.
NAAM HOUSE INITIATIVE, INC. established to reduce recurrent homelessness within the chronically ill, disabled veteran population. We provide a unique combination of human services to assist the veteran's transition into civilian life. We aim to "Give back to those who gave their all."
New York’s Trusted Veteran Assistance
Our transitional care services are unique; coordinated individualized methods with proven success. We are veteran-owned and designed, with the dedication to improving the quality of life for our veterans. NAAM HOUSE INITIATIVE, INC. provides resources for vocational and educational training, job placement, and partnerships with our Disabled American Veterans (DAV) sponsor to advocate and assist in compensation claims. We also coordinate appointments, monitor and facilitate our clients' health and well-being, and more through our caregiving service in a family home structure.
Helping Homeless Veterans
NAAM HOUSE INITIATIVE, INC.'s main office is in Staten Island, New York. We strive to assist veterans in gaining the skills and resources needed to achieve their new 'normal.' We founded our services agency to help veterans with chronic illness or injury while coordinating with the veteran community to enhance the agency. We will end veteran homelessness through our mission, services, and availability.
NAAM HOUSE is accepting applications now.
NAAM HOUSE CLUB HOUSE
Coming home is all some Veterans desire to do. Having a transitional space like NHI gives Veterans the space they need to discover their "Now Normal."
My Brothers House Vets
NHI, brings Turkish Towels to the residents of My Brothers House, veterans living together brings hope to Veterans who wouldn't otherwise afford quality housing. Turkish Towel Company provided Luxury towels and washcloths.
NAAM House United
NHI has merged with My Brother's House to a per housing to its offering. My Brothers House has provided affordable housing solutions to veterans country-wide while providing much-needed counseling services to veterans. Founder Dr. Lois-Lachel proclaims, "Partnering with MBH was only logical; a battle-tested model of housing and counseling to support veterans' acclimation success and longevity just made sense." Thus, a successful model of Veteran housing and acclimation services. MBH and NHI joined forces in May of 2023. During the Grand Opening for NHI, Founder Dr. Remolia Simpson confessed, "NHI was the missing component to MBH's model for housing veterans. Veterans need this support, and together, we are creating change in the veteran community one veteran at a time."
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Through a $100 tax-deductible donation, you can feed and house a veteran. Together, we can give Chronically Ill Disabled Veterans access to housing, respect, advocacy to attain adequate medical diagnosis and treatment, and everyday life skills, and help to mitigate the circumstances leading to suicide, recurrent homelessness, and incarceration.