For Beth and Dwayne Harris, empowering veterans and their families is something they have always wanted to do, so in September 2013, they formed Come All Who Are Thirsty — a support group aimed to help veterans locally and nationally.
"First and foremost, we are trying to build a community of veterans, so veterans don't feel isolated," Dwayne Harris said. " ... In the second (part) of what we do is that we connect veterans to resources.
Whatever that might look like," he continued. "If they are in a financial situation, if they need a vehicle, if they need housing, if they need psychological help — (we're) just a resource that can help in other areas."
For more information about CAWAT, visit their website at www.comeallwhoarethirsty.org.
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