Veterans Intake Center


The Veterans Intake Center is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization established in the State of North Carolina. The mission of the organization is to provide specific services to veterans and/or their family members to help restore, maintain or enhance their quality of life. Grant funding has been appropriated by government agencies to help fund specific programs for veterans and their families. these grant program initiatives include the following: homelessness, respite care, PTSD treatment, physical therapy, transitional programs for formerly incarcerated veterans, computer literacy, transportation, jobs training, job placement and assisted living for veterans.

The President and Founder of the Veterans Intake Center, Dr. Mordecai L. Smith, has authored five (5) grants for submission to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Justice. These grants shall comply with all grant guidelines specified by the federal government. The Veterans Intake Center is officially registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity. VIC has obtained a DUNS and SAMS identification for grant award purposes. All submitted and awarded grants can be viewed via VIC website.

Veterans Intake Center Coming to Norfolk Virginia

A Norfolk based Veterans Intake Center facility is planned to open during the 1st quarter of 2016. The primary mission of this operation is to provide rehabilitative and therapeutic services to veterans. Given the high impact of veteran related career opportunities in Hampton Roads, our Norfolk based VIC shall target veterans desiring to further their education beyond high school and undergraduate studies. The Entrepreneurial Boot camp, an educational program for veterans that originated at Syracuse University, will be offered with collaborative academic support from a local college or university. The Veterans Intake Center (Norfolk) will also provide child care services for veterans and their family members.
Many of our veterans, especially female veterans, have school aged children that need care and academic support. This child care program will include babysitting, social adaptation, academic curriculum support and before/after school pickup. The Program Director, Dorothy Smith, will be launching this child care initiative. Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM).

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