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Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Question 1, How Can I Participate?
  2. Question 2, If I donate cash what portion of the money or goods go to the veteran with disabilities?
  3. Question 3, How are the disabled veterans selected for a New Home Build?
  4. Question 4, How are the persons with disabilities selected for your housing program?
  5. Question 5, Region of operation?
  6. Question 6, Is my donation tax deductible?

How Can I Participate:

There are many ways to participate and bring a home to a disabled veteran and family. Donate Cash - Volunteer - Like Us on Face Book - Send a letter of encouragement to a veteran.

If I donate cash what portion of the money or goods go to the veteran with disabilities?:

At Adaptive Homes all funds go towards the cause in which you donate, sometimes there are professional fees, printing and other operational cost however we currently have NO Payroll. This all volunteer staff ensures that over 95% of all funds go towards the building of a home, renovations-or or supportive services.

How are the disabled veterans selected for a New Home Build?:

The Disabled Veterans that we build New Homes for must be referred to us by a Commanding Officer, the V.A. or other agencies that can testify to the character of the Wounded Hero. Our current disabled Veterans all are continuing to give back to their communities in-spite of their disabilities. They volunteer in soup kitchens, help house the homeless along with other community services. They are all on permanent fixed incomes and need your help

How are the persons with disabilities selected for your housing program?

Our Homeless Disabled Veteran - Most of our disable veterans that become homeless suffer from a War Time injury called PTSD. This injury makes it difficult for the wounded warrior to transition back into society. Our program allows these veterans to find a safe place to call home. While in our program, these disabled veterans engage with the V.A. that helps them recover from their injuries, each veteran must be working towards improving their circumstance whether it be through our On-The-Job-Training Program, a certification program or be seeking employment. Veterans with PTSD are greatly misunderstood and under-served, they sustained their injuries while protecting us from the experience that they so bravely endured. They need your help Give Back

Region of operation?

We have been awarded non-profit charity status and we operate in the state of Ohio Your donation is tax deductible. See Letter of Determination