Returning veterans face numerous problems. Many returning veterans are faced with disabilities, family problems, employment problems, substance abuse problems, psychological problems and legal issues to name just a few. The Bunker Project does not displace other approaches and priorities but rather examines how to support and facilitate other approaches while maximizing therapeutic outcomes and maximizing economic utility. Presently most programs to assist the veterans do not address the veteran’s family and legal issues that can include involvement in the criminal justice system. In traditional programs essential elements are often left unaddressed. While The Bunker Project is not a treatment program it does provide veterans and significant others of veterans with referrals to a wide range of reintegration opportunities. At the center of The Bunker Project is the idea that veterans helping veterans is the most realistic approach to assisting veterans in their reintegration process.


The Bunker Project is a perpetual nonprofit corporation. The purpose of The Bunker Project is to benefit U.S. military veterans by establishing an information center where veterans can identify resources, treatment, and information that enables a seamless reintegration process back into the civilian community. The Bunker Project is also committed to providing education and information to professionals and to the public relative to issues such as criminal justice, alcohol and drugs, PTSD/TBI, employment, housing, food, education/training, and other military experiential related or military service induced problems.

This corporation is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of section 501 (c) (3) and or (4) of the Internal Revenue Code. No substantial part of the activities of this corporation shall consist of carrying on propaganda or otherwise attempting to influence legislation and the corporation shall not participate or intervene in any political campaign (including the publishing or distribution of statements on behalf of any candidate for public office). The Bunker Project was not formed to support or oppose any political organization or platform – we are committed to the basic principle of veterans helping veterans find their way back into the civilian culture.