Free Homecare for Veterans

By: Anne Cutler Email
By: Anne Cutler Email

Homewatch CareGivers is honoring the nation's military through it's 2007 We Care For Veterans campaign, by offering free caregiving services to qualified disabled veterans.

Participating Homewatch CareGivers locations across the nation are donating 20 hours each of free in-home care services to disabled U.S. military veterans of any conflict, including service members from the recent Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom campaigns. The Reno branch is participating in the campaign.

Interested service members can sign up for the program through November 30th, 2007. Just check out the link on Hot Topics.

Homewatch CareGivers was founded in 1980 by Paul Sauer, who is also a veteran. In addition to its regular services, the company gives back to the community through its Veterans Outreach Program, which provides free guidance and education about the Aid and Attendance benefit to veterans as well as surviving spouses.

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