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The Historic Astro Motel is the new community driven site and future location

of

Hatch Homes for Heroes

A Veteran Services Supported Community

visit

www.HomelessHeroesofAmarilo.org

or call

806-340-3510

To find out how you can be part of Ending Veteran Homelessness in Amarillo.

Be a partner in changing the lives of Amarillo Veterans and our community.

So many ways to contribute to this amazing project.

Join our team of committed partners.

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We are focusing our work on the chronically homeless Veteran family

The clearest way we can describe what it means to be chronically homeless is a person or family experiencing homeless for 12 months or 4 episodes of homelessness in the past 3 years

No one should suffer the trauma of homelessness.

No Veteran with qualifying service should be abandoned to survive on the streets, in their vehicle or in a shelter.

Help is out there

We will fight this battle to end the epidemic of Veteran homelessness in this country, starting with the City of Amarillo.

We are so close...

Just                to go... and time is running out...

$10,461.35

Homeless Heroes, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping homeless veterans rebuild their lives. We are committed to providing shelter, support, and resources to those who have served our country. With the help of our generous donors, we have raised the funds to purchase the Astro Motel. There is a multitude of ways to participate in this life-changing project right here in our own backyard! Interested in volunteering? Fill out a form and let us know! Curious what it looks like to sponsor a room? Give us a call! We would be honored to give you a tour of the property and show you the vision in the making! 

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Helping those that need us the most

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We are focusing our work on the chronically homeless Veteran family

The clearest way we can describe what it means to be chronically homeless is a person or family experiencing homeless for 12 months or 4 episodes of homelessness in the past 3 years

No one should suffer the trauma of homelessness.

No Veteran with qualifying service should be abandoned to survive on the streets, in their vehicle or in a shelter.

Help is out there

We will fight this battle to end the epidemic of Veteran homelessness in this country, starting with the City of Amarillo.

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