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Our Mission

VFV’s mission is to support returning veterans during their readjustment from military to civilian life. VFV’s goal is to provide safe and positive transitional housing providing a mixture of camaraderie, life skills, as well as educational and employment opportunities.

VFV supports veterans during this challenging transition by helping to identify and recognize their valuable military skill set, and assists them in translating those skills into applicable civilian-life skills. In addition, VFV’s veterans stand committed to providing needed assistance to the elder veterans and families in their communities.

Thank You

On behalf of the board, founders and our Vets, we would like to extend our thanks to all that came out for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Luncheon.

We had a great turnout, which was a sign of all of our generous sponsors and active supporters in the community.

Without the support of all of you, we would not be able to continue our effort in helping the area's Vets and their families.

Thanks again for all of your support!

A good resource for veterans in the Lehigh Valley. ...

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Please come out and support this event for Logan's Heroes! Logan's Heroes is an organization who has supported us within the last year by providing Christmas gifts for the guys. And they are also helping one of the guys who went through our program before to get a service dog. ...

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Since Jake Leone has taken a full time position with the Air Force the board of directors has selected Jonathan Bittner as the new full time Building Administrator. Please see Jon's biography below. VFV looks forward to working with Jon and having him on the team in 2016!

Jonathan Bittner enlisted into the US Army during his senior year in high school in 2005. Upon graduating from high school in 2006 he attended basic training and was then deployed to eastern Afghanistan from 2007-2008, attached to the 173rd Airborne Brigade as well as units within the PA Army National Guard. Due to injuries he sustained in combat, Jonathan was officially retired from the Army in June 2013 with an Honorable discharge.
After his discharge, Jonathan started to work on his Psychology degree from Montgomery County Community College. He also attended Valley Forge Military College in Wayne PA in hopes to receive a degree in Terrorism and Counter Terrorism.
Jonathan has worked in many career fields and was also a business owner for a few years. He is looking forward to utilizing his skill sets that he acquired from both his military and civilian experience in his new role as Vets for Vets Administrator.

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