Homeless vets getting help thanks to South Bend Center for the Homeless
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Struggling vets are getting the help they need thanks to South Bend Center for the Homeless.
The Robert L. Miller Veterans Center just opened last year.
The center offers a two-year stability program.
The only requirements are veterans must have been honorably discharged and have struggled with some form of substance abuse, emotional issues, or injury.
Monday, younger vets told us they're learning a lot from older vets they've met in the program.
"It's kinda nice to have those older vets here so you can pull them aside and talk to them and listen to their stories and try to better yourself using their experiences," said John Sikorski, veteran.