The Veterans Life Center is designed to help at-risk 21st Century veterans and prevent them from falling into crisis – chronic homelessness, incarceration, suicide or premature death.
Our mission is to improve the lives of 21st Century North Carolina veterans who are experiencing reintegration problems by providing temporary housing and services with the goal of achieving self-reliance.
If you know a veteran who is struggling with homelessness, addiction, mental health issues, or other challenges, please refer them to the Veterans Life Center of North Carolina. The VLC is a safe and supportive place where veterans can receive the care and assistance they need to rebuild their lives. The VLC offers residential programs, counseling, education, job training, and more. The VLC accepts referrals from veterans themselves, family members, friends, service providers, or anyone who cares about a veteran in need.
The Veterans Life Center is a residential program designed to help at-risk 21st Century veterans. Our goal is to provide each of our residents the prospect of a constructive and personally satisfying role in civil society.
With construction complete, the elements of the program finalized and staff on board, the actual functioning of the facility began when the first residents arrived in September 2020.
Our facility has been built on a 9.5-acre property leased from the state and located in Butner, NC.
Our typical veteran residents will be those who have been unable to make a successful transition.
Robert Wilkie, Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs and U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) were the headline speakers at the official Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting ceremony at the newly completed Veterans Life Center Building today in Butner, NC. The Veterans Life Center, a 40,000 square... Read More
BUTNER, N.C. – (May 2020) The Veterans Life Center (VLC), a planned residential facility for 21st-century veterans experiencing problems reintegrating to civilian life, has been awarded a $300,000 grant from the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust.... Read More
VLC Executive Director John Turner receives the Daughters of the American Revolution Medal of Honor award from Lisa Wooten, Regent of Asbury Station Chapter DAR and Peggy Troxell, Past Vice President General, NSDAR. On March 28, 2019, VLC Executive Director John Turner received the Daughters of... Read More
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