• Homes For Veterans and Operation Decisive Victory Pull Together For USMC Veteran

    Mr. Barnes lost his leg to cancer due to the water contamination at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. However, because he had no medical conditions documented at the time, he is struggling to get the claim accomplished.
  • Barrier-Free Kitchen for Quadriplegic Vietnam Vet!

    Stephen Graham is a Vietnam War Veteran and quadriplegic on extended bed rest. He has lasting injuries as a result of explosions during combat and suffered a horrible car accident in which he broke his neck
  • Recent Project Update – Paramus NJ Veterans Home Gazebo – Homes For Veterans

    Homes For Veterans has renovated the outdoor gazebo at the Paramus Veterans Memorial Home. We were able to add a ramp and fix the roof to allow the veterans in their wheelchairs to enjoy this gorgeous weather!
  • Miguel’s Story

    Miguel is one of the many reasons Homes For Veterans exists and why we do what we do. A perfectly healthy and patriotic young man joins the United States Marine Corps.
  • New Kitchen For Veteran Sean Moley

    Sean Moley joined the US Coast Guard as a way to make a difference in the world. After serving for over two years, he was severely injured in a search and rescue mission. Sean found a new passion in cooking.
  • Walk-In Tub Completed for Desert Storm Veteran

    Bryant Livingston of Virginia served our country in both the Army and Marines. As a young man, Officer Livingston was deployed to Iraq in Desert Storm, Germany, Somalia, and Haiti. 
  • Current Project Alert – USMC Retired Sargent Diane Needs Steps and Railings

    Diane Smith served our country starting when she was a very young girl from Brooklyn. Her goal was to get into college while following in her sister’s footsteps who joined the Air Force.
  • The Gym Comes to The Rescue Again! Homes For Veterans Father and Son

    Today we would like to highlight one of our recent projects: Joseph Tartas served 6 years in the army, stationed in Germany as a demolitions specialist. He patrolled the Berlin Wall.
  • Sgt. Clark’s Kitchen Renovation by Homes For Veterans

    The renovation of Sgt. Robert Clark’s kitchen in Clifton New Jersey, to make it barrier free and wheelchair accessible by Homes For Veterans of Harrington Park New Jersey has been completed.
  • Barrier – Free Deck for Disabled Army Veteran and His Family

    David Kist comes from a military family and enlisted 18 days after his 18th birthday. He served in the Army for 17 years, from 2005 to 2011. He did a few deployments and activations and certainly saw combat.
  • NJ Veteran with PTSD and Leg Injury Needs Barrier-Free Bathroom

    Even though COVID19 has made things extremely difficult for our organization, we continue to push through for our veterans, with the help of you, our wonderful community of supporters.
  • Homes for Veterans Commits to Virtual Support for Isolated Heroes During Pandemic

    COVID19 has ravaged our country, taken the lives of our loved ones, closed down our schools and businesses and forced us all into our homes for months. This is an extremely difficult time for all of us