Freedom Hall is a 11 bed men’s transitional housing facility located in Sheridan, Wyoming for honorably discharged veterans. The facility operates 24 hours a day and includes a full kitchen (where the men are responsible for preparing their own meals), a laundry room, dining and living space which includes a TV area, computer & resource room, a conference room, an outside area with a horseshoe pit and picnic tables, and a creek runs along side the facility for fishing and nature walks.
Freedom Hall is active in partnering with other community organizations and groups to provide as many resources possible to help ensure the long-term success of all program participants.
At Freedom Hall program residents are provided with:
- Weekly case management
- Life Skills training
- A therapeutic living environment where they can continue receiving services at the local V.A. facility
- Volunteer opportunities within the community
- Transportation to V.A., appointments, interviews and jobs
- Opportunities to participate in courses and work shops such as: fly fishing lessons, college courses, and employment resources.
Partnerships with local service providers, federal, state and local agencies, educational institutions, local businesses, volunteers from the community and other entities all work to ensure the success of these men.
By giving residents the tools to be independent, these environments increase the men’s chances of success after transitioning out of the facility.
Independence Hall is funded by a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of VOA and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of Veterans Affair.
For more information contact:
319 College Meadow Drive
Sheridan, Wyoming 82801
Freedom Hall - Common Area - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA