Many find the transition from an institution or familiar culture into a new environment extremely difficult. While resources are available, many are unaware, find it difficult navigating, are confused, overwhelmed, or simply give up. That’s why we started the Reveille Foundation to invite the community to unite, develop programs and services that will improve people’s lives. This is the call to serve the under served.
The Reveille Foundation supports under-served populations with holistic, case management that create individual plans for success and brings thecommunity of resources together to execute these plans. Our primaryaudiences are:
The Reveille Foundation will create better, faster pathways to success for all under-served populations no matter where they begin their journey. Reveille works with community partners to support programs designed to assist individuals with housing, human services, therapy, education, employment, certifications, training and workforce development. Our goal is not to be redundant, but guide people to community resources and follow-up to ensure success. Reveille’s Success Coaches provide holistic assessments for the underserved. They develop success plans for each individual and brings the community of resources together to execute these plans.
Workforce Development Program: Working with Employers and Partners to provide training and certifications that lead to direct employment.
Transportation Program: Transportation is key to accessibility for vulnerable populations. In modern metro areas there frequently is a mismatch between where low- to medium-wage jobs are and where working-age individuals can afford to live. Reveille Rideshare offers a cross-sector solution by working in partnership with Northwest Valley Connect, The Junkie Garage and TripShot.
Satellite Success Coaches: Case Mangers co-located across Maricopa County
Housing: Transitional, semi-permanent, permanent
• Arizona ranks 3rd worst in the nation for affordable housing
• There was a 52% increase in chronically homeless, unsheltered in Arizona 2016 to 2017
• There are 620,000 veterans in Arizona, 50% live in Maricopa County
• Veterans are just 2% of the population but make up 30% of the homeless population
• 50% of veterans feel disconnected and isolated from their communities
• One in four Native Americans are food insecure
• Native Americans have the highest poverty and unemployment rates in the U.S.
• 42,071 men and women are in prison in Arizona
• Arizona has the 8th highest per capita incarceration rate in the world
• 48% of all inmates are imprisoned for non-violent crimes
• 39% of Arizona’s inmates will go back to prison
• Programs and training can reduce that rate by 30%
"I talked with Steve a few days before my first job interview with a civilian company. He gave me great preparation tips from proper attire to strategies for answering typical questions. His help gave me confidence going into the interview, and it went so well that they offered me the job the same day! I would recommend any veteran seek his advice as they transition back to civilian life."
—Ryan, Transitioning Navy
"They are awesome, really. I can’t say enough about their understanding of transitioning veterans. They are very connected in the community and was a fantastic help during my transition."
—John, Transitioning Air Force Veteran
“I’d like to thank you All for conducting such a wonderful event for veterans with open hearts… This opportunity towards veterans and all the hard work your organization(s) had put into this event, I took notice and Much Appreciated! Bravo.”
-Gerry, Air Force Veteran
The Reveille Foundation supports under-served populations with holistic, case management that create individual plans for success and brings the community of resources together to execute these plans. Our primary audiences are: Transitioning military, veterans and families | The formerly incarcerated and families | Native Americans