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  • Vietnam vet living in new Mather Veterans Village: 'This is my place.'

    Ernesto Hayles, who suffers from post-traumatic stress syndrome related to his service, was previously homeless. He recently moved into an apartment at a new complex in Rancho Cordova built especially for military veterans like him who are disabled or have lived on the streets. "Thank you guys for building this," he says.

Ernesto Hayles, who suffers from post-traumatic stress syndrome related to his service, was previously homeless. He recently moved into an apartment at a new complex in Rancho Cordova built especially for military veterans like him who are disabled or have lived on the streets. "Thank you guys for building this," he says. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
Ernesto Hayles, who suffers from post-traumatic stress syndrome related to his service, was previously homeless. He recently moved into an apartment at a new complex in Rancho Cordova built especially for military veterans like him who are disabled or have lived on the streets. "Thank you guys for building this," he says. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee

Formerly homeless veterans find hope, peace on Mather campus

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