Our History

Five Star Veterans Center is a nonprofit founded in March 2012 to assist veterans in need. We have a specific focus on veterans aged 22 - 55 suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Depression, Anxiety and other related mental health issues. The common goal for each veteran is re-integration into society.

Today, 31 residents live at Five Star and participate in programs to help them get back on their feet and reenter the workforce. The Center continues to assist veterans, recently expanding services to include on-site mental health counseling.  


Our Mission

To provide displaced military veterans the safe housing and the supportive services they need to successfully transition to living independently in a place they call home.  

Who we care for

Five Star Veterans Center serves homeless U.S. Military veterans with honorable and general under honorable discharges. A mirror image of military policy, we do not discriminate and all veterans, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, and gender identity (or sexual orientation) who do not need assisted living care or physical rehabilitation services are welcome.

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