U.S. VETS Prescott’s Fort Whipple affordable housing project for homeless veterans awarded $2.4 million state grant

Arizona House of Representative R-LD1, Quang Nguyen, center, presenting U.S.VETS with a $2.4 Million check in new funding for supportive housing project at VA Fort Whipple Campus.  Also, in attendance, VA Leadership Team, Gorman & Company, Stroh Architecture, U.S.VETS Executive Director Carole Benedict and City of Prescott Mayor Phil Goode. (U.S. VETS/Courtesy)

Arizona House of Representative R-LD1, Quang Nguyen, center, presenting U.S.VETS with a $2.4 Million check in new funding for supportive housing project at VA Fort Whipple Campus.  Also, in attendance, VA Leadership Team, Gorman & Company, Stroh Architecture, U.S.VETS Executive Director Carole Benedict and City of Prescott Mayor Phil Goode. (U.S. VETS/Courtesy)

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