DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa (WHP) — A new home for a Central Pennsylvania program that provides resources for veterans.
The Veteran’s Multi-Service Center held a ribbon cutting on its new facility on Tuesday.
The Center has been helping Veterans in Central Pennsylvania for eight years with things like housing, employment, meals and benefits.
The new facility will help broaden the reach, allowing the Center to serve even more veterans in the area.
“Those veterans that are operating on the margins, the veterans that are overlooked by most of us is society, we get to take care of them and anytime we can expand our services, expand how we can transform, and in some cases , save lives, can’t- can’t be but excited about that.” said Executive Director Joe Brooks.
Those who risked their lives for our freedom were honored with a veteran blanket provided by Blankets of Honor during the event.