Empowering Women Veterans

Since 2015, Dixon Center, through our Women Veterans Program, has recognized the unique challenges that women veterans face after reintegrating back into their communities and the need to rapidly address crisis situations. Providing women veterans, a “hand-up” became even more important, as Dixon Center encountered an unprecedented number of women veterans seeking assistance during the economic uncertainty of the past year.  In 2022, Dixon Center assisted 128 women veterans. This assistance included resource sharing and referrals to organizations that provide budget training, and case management.  To learn more check out our Resources For Veterans Page.

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Addressing Veteran Homelessness

Last week, Colonel Duncan S. Milne, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), President, and Eileen Greenlay, Manager, Donor Relations of Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services

Memorial Day Reflections

This weekend we celebrated Memorial Day, a sacred day of recognition in the United States and Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services participated in events around

Reflect and Remember

Memorial Day Weekend is fast approaching, and we ask you to please keep in mind the reason for the holiday. Recently, Dixon Center for Military