Helping families of disabled veterans
of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
rebuild their civilian lives.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Rebuild Hope will stop accepting new applications after Friday December 5, will be closed after Friday December 12 and will re-open on Monday, January 5, 2015.
"Tens of thousands of American families suffer extreme financial hardships while disabled veterans wait for the start of merited, service-connected compensation. Long delays in claim processing permanently damage families and greatly reduce the odds they can build decent civilian lives together.
The average time to complete the disability claims process now stands at more than 300 days."
- Dana Hendrickson, founder and president, Rebuild Hope.
Note - view current performance data at the Veterans Administration website.
Meet Our Families
Rebuild Hope assists the families of veterans who suffer from severe wounds of war. Our beneficiaries merit government disability ratings of at least 50%, and almost all suffer from serious post-traumatic stress disorders.
Learn What We Do
Rebuild Hope reduces emergency hardships, improves household financial decision-making, and offers selective referrals to other providers of essential services. Our primary objective: increase the odds families can survive long delays in merited disability income and successfully transition to civilian life.
Ways You Can Help
There are many ways you can help Rebuild Hope assist even more families. A personal donation is a great start. Volunteer? Rebuild Hope will enthusiastically support all your efforts.