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The Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center is a place where any honorably discharged veteran will be welcomed and receive services. The Center offers a warm, friendly, and relaxed environment that will make the veteran feel at home.  The Center offers many different services, including referral to other groups and agencies that may benefit the veteran. Although the target population is those military veterans in both North and South Carolina, any honorably discharged veteran seeking assistance will not be turned away.

The main mission of the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center is to assist our local military veterans with job placement, filing VA claims, helping those veterans who find themselves in deep financial difficulties, and to shelter those honorably discharged veterans who are homeless.  The Center was established in June 2009 as a 501c3 in a rented house with limited resources.  By 2014 the Center had acquired a 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath house that was converted into office space for the volunteers, and a shelter for homeless veterans. Our financial assistance grew from $300 in 2009 to over $67,000 in 2017. Since the Center is not affiliated with any governmental agency, fundraising is diverse and ranges from golf outings, car shows, donations from local civic and community based organizations, and donations from local citizens who desire to help the Center continue its mission.

The Center assists over 500 military veterans per year who walk through the door. For those veterans who are homeless, and who meet entry requirements, there is a place for them. Since 2014 twenty-five veterans who were homeless and who were admitted to the shelter, have been able to turn their lives around and get back into society as useful members!  Probably the most noteworthy accomplishment was conversion of a 40′ shipping container into a “mini-home” for a sheltered veteran.  This container allows us to place a veteran into his own home where he must take care of himself and the property.  This is how we phase the veteran back into mainstream society.  The typical stay in the container house is six months. This project brought the entire community together to get this portion of our mission complete and ready for occupancy.

In order to accomplish these goals we will seek out all available resources within the community, and bring a better awareness to the sacrifices our military veterans have endured to provide safety and security for the United States of America.

We take pride in the fact that we have an all volunteer staff and therefore all donated funds go directly to our program.


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Ron Wilson is the Director of the Veterans Welcome Home & Resource Center. This non-profit, non-government agency helps our displaced veterans with job placement, VA claims, financial difficulties and temporary shelter.
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The Myrtle Beach Car Club made a donation to the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center. ... See MoreSee Less

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Annual MLK Job Fair to be held on Wednesday January 23rd from 12pm-4pm at Horry Georgetown Technical College at Market Common in Myrtle Beach ... See MoreSee Less

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The Cleveland Browns Fan Club made a donation to the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center ... See MoreSee Less

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Bill Rodgers from Vietnam Veterans Post 925 presented a gift card to the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center to be given to a veteran in need. ... See MoreSee Less

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