Veterans Life Changing Services
EAST CHICAGO | This year, the chili goes to the vets.
Two years ago, United States Marine Corps veteran Brian Cody had nowhere to go.
CROWN POINT | Express Women’s Network will be sponsoring a Makeover Madness event from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday at American Legion Post 20, 1401 N. Main St., to help raise money for Veterans Life Changing Services.
Veterans Life Changing Services resident Eric Larson plays with his dogs, Sandy and Patches, outside the transitional home for veterans in Gary.
Residents Frank Cuevas, left, and Jack Robinson eat dinner at Veterans Life Changing Services in Gary. Robinson moved in three months ago, after his house in Gary burned down.
Chris Jones sweeps as part of his morning chores at Veterans Life Changing Services in Gary.
Veterans Life Changing Services residents Chris Jones, left, and Jack Robinson laugh together after breakfast at the transitional home for veterans in Gary. The organization, which marked its two-year anniversary Sunday, can take in up to 32 homeless veterans at a time.
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