Facility For Tulsa's Homeless Veterans Gets Facelift
By Jennifer Cope
A facility for Tulsa's homeless veterans is getting a $17,000 grant, courtesy of the Home Depot.The money will be used to remodel Bryce House, a 31-bed facility that allows male veterans to recover from alcohol and substance abuseEmployee volunteers from Home Depot and 12&12 will work together for the renovations."Our living environment does matter," says Bryan Day, the Executive Director of 12 & 12. "Our veterans are very, very grateful that we're out here today on a beautiful Saturday afternoon helping update and renovate and keep their living conditions looking just the way they want to."12 & 12 is a center for addiction treatment and recovery.Day says he's honored to be a part of the remodeling.The work continues Sunday.The Home Depot Foundation has pledged $80 million over a five-year period to ensure that every veteran has a safe place to call home.If you would like more information, head to http://www.12and12.org/
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