The Center has been ranked among the top 100 sites for military & veterans assistance by Military Online Colleges

The mission of the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center is to assist our local honorably discharged veterans with job placement, filing claims with the Veterans Administration, help those veterans who find themselves in deep financial difficulty, and to temporarily shelter those veterans who are homeless until permanent housing can be secured. 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.
The Center was established in June 2009 as a 501c3 non-profit organization 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 temporary shelter for homeless veterans.  Fundraising is diverse and ranges from golf outings, to Beach Bashes, to car shows, and many other events that allow local civic and community organizations to help support both the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center and the Hutton Reintegration House. Unfortunately most of our fundraising events have either been canceled or postponed until 2021 or 2022, yet the need is still present.
The Center assists over 750 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 at the Hutton House. For those who do not meet the entry requirements, there are referred to other organizations who will find housing for them. Sine 2014 fifty-five veterans who were homeless and who were admitted to the Hutton House, have been able to turn their lives around, and get back to being useful members of society.
In 2017 the Center acquired a 40’ shipping container that had been converted into a “mini house”. This container, now known as the Rotary House, is used in conjunction with the Hutton House to facilitate veterans back into society. The establishment of the Rotary House was no simple task, and took considerable efforts on the part of the entire community . The typical stay in the Rotary House is 6-8 weeks. During this time the veteran takes care of himself/herself, the Rotary House, and pays into an escrow account which is used to help defray the eventual cost of a security deposit.
We take pride in the fact that we have an all volunteer staff which allows 96.6% of all donations to go directly to our programs. The remaining 3.4% covers the costs of utilities.

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Thank you to the North Myrtle Beach Pickleballers for staining all the decks at the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center. Your work is greatly appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less

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The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers has a special apprentice program for veterans that fast track them to a career as an electrician. For more information please contact Edgar Brown at 864-841-2110. ... See MoreSee Less

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Vietnam Veterans Ceremony

There will be a pinning ceremony to honor Vietnam Veterans on Thursday
February 27th at 6:00 pm in Longs,SC

The Ceremony will take place at the Waterbrook Community Church, located at 86 Cloverleaf Drive,Longs SC

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Anne Parker @ 843-504-0032
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