AS OF FEBRUARY 15th, 2019
NATHAN HALE VETERANS OUTREACH CENTER OF PLYMOUTH WILL MOVE THE 763 STATE ROAD LOCATION TO 116 LONG POND ROAD W-3 PLYMOUTH
YOU WILL FIND US RIGHT BEHIND THE VA CLINIC
THE NEW LOCATION WILL OFFER MANY NEW AND ALL OF THE SAME FREE SERVICES!
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THREE HARTS FARM VETERANS GROWING OPPORTUNITIES
By Paul E. Kandarian GLOBE CORRESPONDENT FEBRUARY 01, 2015
Nathan Hale, the Revolutionary War spy hanged by the British in 1776, reportedly said before he was executed, “I only regret I have but one life to give for my country.”
Christopher C. Hart of Plymouth, who started the Nathan Hale Foundation, with veteran outreach centers in Plymouth and Middleborough, said of the American hero he named his group for: “He lost his life. I only lost 45 pounds.”
Hart, 51, was a quality control inspector for a printing company when the 2001 terrorist attacks happened, and after the Iraq War began, felt compelled to help veterans. His own family dates to Colonial times, he said, adding that men in his family have fought in every war America has been in. He tried to enlist at 18, he said, but failed the physical.
“I started out just wanting to provide transportation for vets to the VA, and I put everything into it; I quit my job, lost weight, and was living in a car for awhile,” he said, until his efforts to form the nonprofit were realized and the foundation got underway. “I lost 45 pounds, all my money. All I had was hope.”
The foundation formed 10 years ago and the outreach centers provide free readjustment counseling, transportation, art therapy, yoga, food, clothing, and other services to 7,500 vets in 16 communities. The foundation recently created Three Harts Farm on Beaver Dam Road in Plymouth to run an agricultural and therapeutic center for vets. Hart said apple trees will be planted this fall, and there will be things like raised garden beds for vets who use wheelchairs to tend. For information, visit
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Statewide Advocacy for Veterans' Empowerment (SAVE)
"You Give Us the Call…We'll Give You the Answer."
The fundamental principle of the SAVE program is to advocate
for veterans who are not able to obtain the benefits they have
earned due to institutional or personal barriers. The program's
primary mission is prevention of suicide and mental health
distress through the identification of issues facing veterans
when they return from service and proactively providing them
with access to benefits and services that may address these
issues and result in positive transitions back to civilian
SAVE acts as a liaison between veterans and their families
and the various agencies within the federal and state
The SAVE team works closely, and in collaboration, with the
Massachusetts National Guard. Resources offered by the
Massachusetts National Guard and their Family Readiness
Program are available to all service members and their
families, regardless of the branch in which they serve.
Department of Veterans' Service
600 Washington St., 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02111
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The Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Centers is a provider of veteran outreach services for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Veteran Services. We are in our ninth year as a provider for the Commonwealth and provide 7,500 units of service a year, covering sixteen towns.
In 2015, we will begin our Veterans Growing Opportunities Program if all goes accordingly.
The Nathan Hale Veterans Outreach Centers offers free transportation to and from VA Facilities, Brockton, West Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain for veterans and their families.
Transportation is provided for Plymouth and 8 surrounding towns.
Additional services include readjustment Counceling, Combat Counceling, PTSD Counseling and Bereavement Counseling
Both the Middleboro and Plymouth Outreach Centers offer a clothing and Veterans Wellness Food Pantry. These pantries serve Plymouth and 16 surrounding towns. The Pantry includes bakery items, fresh produce, meats and a wide variety of nutritious foods to supplement a veteran’s weekly grocery bill.
Wellness activities include adaptive cycling equipment, along with road bikes and children’s bikes. We also offer special day trips to museums or art shows. We also have added acupuncture and chair massage to our free services.