Army Veteran George Campbell Named Veteran Resident Services Manager at Save the Family

By Giving Hope ArizonaJuly 4, 2018
Arizona native and U.S. Army veteran George Campbell has been named Veteran Resident Services Manager for Save the Family.
            Campbell is also a 13-year veteran of the non-profit sector where he has worked with various populations experiencing homelessness including teens, single women, families and veterans.  
            “George is dedicated to ending homelessness among our ever-growing veteran population in Arizona and to applying his significant experience to make that happen,” said Save the Family CEO Jacki Taylor.
In his new role, he will be responsible for engaging with and ensuring that veterans experiencing homelessness are aware of and directed to services and programs through the Save the Family’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families.  
The program provides short-term rental assistance and specialized veteran-specific case coordination services to help the family connect with available veteran and community resources, which may include Valor on Eighth, a first-of-its kind Save the Family-operated affordable housing project in Tempe for veterans and their families.
            Valor on Eighth project, a collaboration with the City of Tempe and co-developers Gorman & Company and ARM of Save the Family, is a 50-unit rental community with five market-rate, live-work units on the ground floor and 45 units primarily meant for veterans and veterans with children. 
For more information about Save the Family, go to www.savethefamily.org.