U.S.VETS – Prescott opened in 2003 and serve over 150 veterans annually.
In 2014, the site relocated to a new courtyard style living facility which features a state of the art kitchen and laundry, and a serene outdoor environment with ample room to relax and experience fellowship.
Tim came to U.S.VETS – Prescott in 2014 to reclaim what he had lost – but before this happened, he traveled quite a road. Tim entered the Navy in 1980 to seek adventure while serving his country. Not one to shy away from a challenge, Tim volunteered for the Fast Attack submarine division which saw him deployed seven times through his six year enlistment…
The huge Salute to Heroes event (click here to read more and see pictures) last March resulted in a big contribution to U.S.VETS – Prescott. A big thank you to the Prescott Valley Police Foundation and all those who made this event possible!
(This story originally appeared in the Daily Courier on April 2, 2015.) Kent Robinson can all but taste the sweet pepper flavor of chiles rellenos cooking on the barbecue grill, and smell stuffed manicotti baking in the oven. Robinson, 62, is one of eight U.S. VETS Initiative clients enrolled in a just-started, 13-week culinary/life skills course offered through its transitional housing program…
917 E. Gurley St.
Prescott, AZ 86301
Annette Olson is the Program Director for U.S.VETS – Prescott.
Mrs. Olson earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master’s degree in Management. Prior to joining U.S.VETS, Mrs. Olson worked as an executive administrator in the hospice, higher education and social services fields, where she was engaged in marketing and fundraising, as well as fiscal management and program development.
Mrs. Olson is originally from Seattle, Washington.
Congressman Gosar, Arizona’s 4th District
Cmdr Dennis Lueders
Executive Director, Disabled American Veterans
Dr. Jim O’Leary
University Professor (ret.)
Robert Shanks, Ph.D
Adjunct Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University