Many disabled veterans returning home from service are reintegrating to civilian life while managing their disabilities and facing both physical and psychological challenges. In addition to these stressors, added financial problems can lead to crisis situations such as homelessness, loss of transportation leading to unemployment, and other problems that can escalate exponentially if not addressed immediately. Wounded Veterans Relief Fund (WVRF) provides emergency financial assistance to qualified disabled veterans and their families throughout Florida. WVRF focuses on urgent needs- paying rent to avoid eviction, or utility payments to keep the lights on, or paying for transportation so a veteran can get to work. The majority of the assistance provided by WVRF (up to 85%) goes to prevent homelessness and provide housing solutions for homeless veterans. While other forms of assistance can get bogged down in red tape, Wounded Veterans Relief Fund is usually able to process requests within 48-72 hours. Founded in 2009, Wounded Veterans Relief Fund is located in North Palm Beach, Florida. The organization’s mission is to ease the distress of disabled Florida veterans and their families as they face the challenges of civilian life.
Phone: (561) 855-4207