Veterans Court 
Community Partnership

Lancaster, PA

  

The Veterans Court Community Partnership (VCCP) consists of a group of volunteers committed to the vision of “Honor, Respect and Justice for Veterans.” The principle mission of VCCP is to provide support for the Lancaster County Veterans Court. Because we are an all volunteer organization, there are no administrative expenses and 100% of the contributions are used for the benefit of the veterans.

Lancaster Barracks Campaign

Campaign aims to raise $100,000 for Lancaster Barracks, a temporary home for offenders in Veterans Court    


"Because of high demand for decent, affordable apartments across the county, landlords can easily reject applicants with criminal records, even those who served in the armed forces. Wright said having no place to call home makes it harder for people to make amends and turn lives around.

That chronic need for housing is the reason for the Lancaster Barracks campaign. Organizers hope to raise $100,000 to buy and rehabilitate a city residence where three or more Veterans Court participants can live while they complete the four-phase program, which takes at least a year. A recent $15,000 pledge from the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation has helped to boost the campaign over the halfway mark." -LNP

  
             Click here for the full LNP article.                            Click here to access more information on the Barracks Campaign

Lancaster County Veterans Court Graduates Four

March 9, 2017 Veterans Court Graduates

Red Rose Veterans Honor Guard












Willow Valley residents with Judge Wright (Left to Right)

Navy Vice Admiral Dan Cooper, Air Force Lt. Colonel Wendall Stockdale, and Navy Captain Jerrold Zacharias.












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Interested individuals can support the Veteran’s Court Community Partnership by going to our HELP US page.