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The former Trapp Elementary School located at 11400 Irvine Rd, Winchester, KY The new housing facility for Lady Veterans Connect, Inc.
Our Core Values
Honesty, Integrity and Transparency: First and foremost, we will always strive to do what is right for our veterans and to ensure their best interests are at the forefront.
Respect: Women veterans are unique and we must recognize the special sacrifice they have made in service to our country. Each resident in Lady Veteran Connect's program will be served with respect and dignity.
Excellence: LVC strives to attain the highest level of care and service while caring for our women veterans. They will be served with compassion, competence, and commitment to ensure their success in LVC's program.
Team: We recognize that to accomplish these values will require teamwork, communication, and cooperation by the volunteers, staff, and partners.
LVC is an advocate for all women veterans, educating local communities about the issues women veterans are facing and creating a space for them to identify as veterans and be honored and recognized for their service.
Lady Veterans Connect (LVC) is committed to providing a home where women veterans can heal from the trauma in their lives created by homelessness, post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD), and military sexual trauma (MST). As these traumas can affect all areas of a woman veteran’s life, LVC provides the opportunity and environment where she can address her unique situation. Additionally, LVC facilitates access to all services and resources available to women veterans and fosters helpful relationships and connections.