Life Towne Center
“A Place to Belong”
LIFE TOWNE CENTER
What started as a quest for natural skin products to address problems with my skin and my children’s skin as a result of my military service has evolved into Life Towne Center “A Place to Belong”. I served in the United States Navy for 14 years and was medically discharged and retired after a tour in Iraq and Kuwait. I was young (34 years old) and had a young family and husband. I felt socially isolated as I struggled to find a place to belong and transition back to civilian life. I had been in the military since the age of 19 and traditional veteran’s organizations were not welcoming to young, family oriented retirees. Life Towne Center is a place for veterans, spouses and their family.
The goal is to build a community for veterans to find camaraderie, a place to belong, and service after serving!
A key House subcommittee approved legislation in July that would create a new “fully developed appeals” (FDA) pilot program that could cut the time for appeals to be resolved by up to three years. The FDA proposal was developed by a DAV-led coalition of veterans...
A recent Rutgers University study conducted by the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center as a part of the Mineta National Transit Research Consortium shone a bright light on a topic close to the hearts of many injured and ill veterans: the importance of reliable...
Electronic newsletters enhance participation, save funds A relatively small change for one Chapter in Virginia has made a large impact and quite possibly saved it from closing. “Chapter 10 is the largest in Virginia. We have over 3,000 members, but we were struggling...
A PLACE WHERE VETERANS CAN FIND CAMARADERIE, A PLACE TO BELONG,
A PLACE TO BE SERVED AFTER SERVING.
Evolving the Exercise Experience… By incorporating four factors proven to attract exercisers and motivate them to return