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WellLife Network recognizes and honors the men and women who have so bravely and selflessly served our country.

As a focused, innovative health and human services organization, WellLife Network is committed to assisting veterans re-establish themselves as productive and leading members of our communities.

For more than 60 years, WellLife has been helping men, women and children cope with complex lifes challenges of mental illness, developmental disabilities, substance abuse and family issues. Our goal is to empower individuals and families with diverse needs to realize their full potential. Operation Vets provides employment, training and life-enhancing opportunities and services to our veterans and their families.

Embracing the Challenges Faced by Veterans

Many WellLife Network staff are veterans themselves. We have a unique sensitivity to needs of the men and women we serve based on our diverse experience of working with veterans in our residential, recovery and treatment programs.

WellLife Network assists veterans in building and enhancing skills essential to re-entering the job force, placing them on a path toward financial security and a feeling of meaningful contribution. The program offers a grassroots response, ensuring veterans facing economic hardship that an empathetic and caring community is embracing them.

Our agency-wide network provides support, camaraderie and resources to our Military/Veteran employees and family members and is committed to taking an active role in the veteran community and joining other community programs to enhance the quality of life for all veterans.

Veterans' Services that Make a Difference

As a veteran or family member of a veteran, WellLife Network can help you gain both economic and housing independence in the community with the following services:

Our Impact
veterans and their families served this year.
veterans trained as Peer Specialists.
increase in veteran hires since inception of Operation VETS program.

of Veterans interviewed were offered positions in 2018.

veterans live in our behavioral health residential programs.
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