Home of the Brave to provide mobile outreach services to Delawareans

Delaware State News
Posted 8/3/21

MILFORD — Home of the Brave will provide mobile outreach services on a monthly basis to support veterans who do not have the means, mobility or mental focus to physically access benefits and other services.

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Home of the Brave to provide mobile outreach services to Delawareans

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MILFORD — Home of the Brave will provide mobile outreach services on a monthly basis to support veterans who do not have the means, mobility or mental focus to physically access benefits and other services.

Based in Milford, Home of the Brave later this year will begin to deliver one-on-one outreach that satisfies individual veterans’ needs.

The first outreach will take place Sept. 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic, 653 S. Bay Road, Dover. Lunch will be available.

The outreach for October is tentatively scheduled for American Legion Post 28, Millsboro, with time and date to be determined.

For additional information, contact Jessica Finan, Home of the Brave executive director, at 424-1681.