Veterans Helping Veterans

On a consistent basis Navajo Nation has limited water supplies, electricity and wood for heat and cooking. The health care is minimal at best. Jobs are scarce and at times our veterans are forgotten…we are doing something about it.

Our mission is to assist and coordinate with Southwestern US Native American communities to develop sustainable living conditions focusing on water, power, and housing. We are continuing a COVID-19/health support program. Over 5000 Veterans, Elders and 1st responders are supported by our mission.

The program started earlier in 2020 with Task Force 48 but officially launched with the support of the Goldwater Foundation, and MD Helicopter in August. 

As of December 31st, we have supported 20 flights with chain saws and PPE plus 9 tractor-trailer trips with 380 – 300 gallon water tanks and clothing and blankets for women veterans.

Water | Food | Power | Sanitation | Health Care | Housing | Infrastructure

“the Navajo have the highest per capita covid-19 cases in the US. Infection rates and mortality rates are more than doubled the US average”​

Support Needs

For a list of short term needs shared by leadership of the isolated communities.

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of Navajo nation is not connected to power or a water systems.

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of adult populations with type 2 or prediabetes (CDC stats)

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Travel time to the next nearest provider. Travel time to the second nearest provider more than 80 minutes  (