The United Veterans Beacon House is seeking applications for their Per Diem Transitional Home for Native American Homeless Veterans located in Promise, South Dakota.
You do not need to be a Native American to apply. You will have to have empathy and respect for their culture and service. Veterans will always obtain preference. Veterans other than Native American Veterans will be housed.
We are seeking Veterans who are legitimately seeking a drug and alcohol free, new and vibrant life where learning skills, volunteerism, participation and achievement all exist in a wonderful setting.
The United Veterans Beacon House Home and Farm is located on 29 acres of the beautiful Moreau River Valley and will house 13 Veterans seeking a new life - a Hand Up and not a hand out.
We are a zero tolerance, drug and alcohol free facility.
This is NOT a rest home or shelter. It is, however, a Transitional Home where every resident will participate in Trade and Life Skills Training along with volunteerism. A requirement is for everyone to learn, be grateful, live with dignity and want to help Veterans.
Listed below are some of the programs that will be or are operating in the Promise, SD UVBH:
Some remuneration skills for residents will be available and recommended.
Strict United Veterans Beacon House rules will be enforced at all times.
When we have received your request an application, rules and overview will be mailed to you with a return envelope. If you are accepted as a resident we will cover transport within the USA, meals and accommodation to Promise, SD.
This page is not an offer of residency.