As we develop our newest project for homeless veterans, we could use your help.
Nearly three years ago Doriel was a homeless Navy veteran living in his car in the parking lot of a big box store in Las Vegas. Store employees watched out for him. Veterans groups helped him through the red tape to get the benefits he deserved. Doriel looked for the good and he found it at Patriot Place Apartments.
Patriot Place Apartments is an accessible, affordable apartment community with preference given to qualifying U.S. Veterans.Patriot Place is developed and managed by Accessible Space, Inc. (ASI), one of the premier non-profit developers and operators nationally of affordable, service-enriched housing for people with physical disabilities, including disabled veterans and homeless veterans.
On-site staff organizes and coordinates recreation and community activities, schedules transportation to local designated locations, and is available to assist residents with community information and referral services. Doriel has access to employment training as well as life skills training and education classes.
There is a hobby/activity room; offices for his service staff; a community dining room with a warming kitchen; community rooms for meetings and social gatherings; an exercise room; a computer lab; an indoor therapeutic spa room with walk in tubs.Doriel has covered parking, extensive landscaping, and a patio with a barbeque grill and accessible picnic tables.
Doriel is one of the fortunate ones. With 50 units, Patriot Place Apartments filled up quickly. The need is still great. Almost 2,000 homeless veterans in Las Vegas like Doriel still wait for housing.
ASI worked with the Veterans Administration on its Patriot Place Apartments project and will build upon that relationship as we develop our newest project, Allegiance Apartments, for homeless veterans. Construction started in July 2018. Completion is estimated in September 2019.
Twenty-five apartments can be furnished and waiting for homeless veterans who come with few possessions and rarely with any furnishings. No beds, no chairs, no pots, pans, dishes, linens or towels.
We invite you to help get them started. Please consider one of the following giving options:
⌂ I want to furnish multiple apartments at Allegiance Apartments for homeless veterans with a $3,296
donation for each apartment.
⌂ I want to furnish one apartment at Allegiance Apartments for a homeless veteran with a $3,296 donation.
⌂ I want to make a gift toward furnishing an apartment at Allegiance Apartments for homeless veterans.
Please mail your gift to:
Accessible Space, Inc.
Attn: Allegiance Apartments Fund
2550 University Avenue West, Suite 330N
St. Paul, MN 55114
or give a secure gift online at www.accessiblespace.org. We are happy to answer questions at
651-645-7271, ext. 252.
Thank you for caring enough to help end homelessness for veterans.