Veterans do not need handouts, instead, together we can give a hand up.

Many of our  veterans struggled with transitioning from military to civilian life. While we may not be able to go back in time and change those who were affected, today we can make sure our new veterans have a solid foundation to start fresh in their new roles as civilians. We also can assist those who struggle to find the services they need to have the quality of life they deserve.
Homelessness is the result of something that went wrong with an individuals own journey home. E3 IVXP was founded with the principle of each veteran has their own story and there is no box that can be checked that applies to all. 
IVXP stands for: Individual Veteran X-Perience. Our goal is to make sure that any veteran, newly discharged or from WWII, has the opportunity to find their way home with tools to make them successful with the individual in mind, and not conformity of all. 

This success comes from a planned Decompression Center to fulfill the needs of every man and woman that served and the transition help they are seeking. This center will be able to house the veteran so they may have resources available to their individual needs.

  • Housing

  • Home Buying

  • Counseling

  • Job Skill Evaluation 

  • Resume Building

  • Mentoring 

  • Understanding GI Benefits

  • Spiritual Guidance

  • Any need of the individual veteran

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Believing in our veterans is the first start. You can support our mission by volunteering with us or by your donation. 

We would love to have you partner with us on this journey of hope.