James (Butch Lawson)
BB Tuley/Wife Judy
Butch Lawson is a 2 Term Vietnam Veteran that served with the 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam, he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for his actions in Vietnam as a combat Supply Sergeant.
After returning from the Vietnam war in December of 1970, Butch was physically and emotionally impaired, but there was little understanding by anyone at that time, including Butch of the turbulence beneath the surface of his life, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) had not yet been diagnosed as a stand-alone illness. Only years later as his health was deteriorating, did he seek and receive professional help.
Thankfully more is known now about PTSD and many Veterans seek and receive proper help from the Veterans Administration and several other support agencies. Butch acknow-ledges that his life was saved by the Grace Of God and his VA Doctors, and he is especially thankful to his wife Barbara Lawson who is now deceased for her love and support for him during his long recovery period.
Butch Lawson is concerned about his Brothers and Sisters that are homeless and have been for many years, many have given up and committed suicide, the demand to help these Heroes is Hugh, there are still thousand of Veterans out there, we know it is impossible to help them all but we can help as many as we possibly can, that is why our founder Butch Lawson formed Helping Our Heroes Project.
If you love our Veterans as much as we do please join us, Our Heroes do not deserve to be homeless, we need your help and support. Please "Donate"
Helping Our Heroes Project's goal is to guide homeless Veterans toward independence, to assist in developing their workforce skills, and to support their recovery by providing access to Veteran's benefits and treatments for mental, physical and spiritual health.
HOHP's primary purpose is to serve our homeless Veterans by providing them with a temporary home while getting them enrolled in the VA system so they can get the help they need, and give them hope-to empower them to take responsibility for their own success.
Please Donate, our Veterans need our help