Life Towne Center

“A Place to Belong”

ABOUT

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!

Setting A New Framework For Reforming VA Health Care

We propose a new framework to meet the needs of the next generation of America’s veterans based on Rebuilding, Restructuring, Realigning and Reforming the VA health care system. First, Rebuild and sustain VA’s capacity to provide timely, high quality health care. VA...

Outreach on Women Veterans issues

During September, DAV National Legislative Director Joy Ilem and DAV Assistant National Legislative Director Shurhonda Love attended multiple panels to discuss the steps DAV is taking to bring women veterans issues to the forefront. As a legislative priority, DAV has...

VA Programs Reauthorized by Congress

On September 30, 2015, the House passed S. 2082, the Department of Veterans Affairs Expiring Authorities Act. This bill, which cleared the Senate a week earlier, extends VA authority to continue certain VA programs, including its Caregiver Support Program. While this...

A PLACE WHERE VETERANS CAN FIND CAMARADERIE, A PLACE TO BELONG,

A PLACE TO BE SERVED AFTER SERVING.

Healthy Life Fitness Center Strategy :
Evolving the Exercise Experience… By incorporating four factors proven to attract exercisers and motivate them to return

Environment

An inviting and attractive atmosphere makes people feel welcome and differentiates our facility.

Progression

New challenges keep exercisers engaged and the results they see are encouraging.
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Variety

Adds to the sense of fun and contributes to return visits.

Social Interaction

When people connect they keep coming back— and they stay on their exercise Journey.