All Relations United is proud to serve and assist our Veterans and their families . This includes Native American, Deported and Montagnard Veterans.
Today, many of our nation's most courageous warriors are facing endless issues with veteran health care, obtaining veteran benefits, with issues of homelessness, addiction and suicide. Twenty-six veterans a day commit suicide!
We partner with Akicita Lakota Veterans on Pine Ridge to improve outcomes, we assist Exiled Veterans to obtain Humanitarian Parole and return home, and we are helping Dega/Montagnard Allies who fought for the U.S. with Green Berets in Vietnam.
Our community is where we go to heal. In order to grow our communities we must invest in them. Giving back strengthens our homes and our people providing a brighter future for our youth.
We utilize solutions which lead to systemic change. This includes establishing a Veteran's Services Facility on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
We are also renovating a secondary trailer to be used as a support, including emergency housing and a place to conduct AA Meetings.
We address poverty, addiction and health issues We incorporate historical understanding, cultural and language preservation into our work.
We are establishing a Food Pantry, Soup Kitchen and Community Garden on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for Veterans, their families, and any community members in need. We will also build an in-ground greenhouse to provide year around access to healthy foods.
One of our primary objectives is to encourage and provide the means for people to enjoy healthy lifestyles with the understanding of how this relates to long-term mental and physical health.
We are conducting educational seminars and workshops in support.
We also are working with NMSU Chemistry Department to clean uranium from water wells on Pine Ridge to provide safe drinking water.