A Few Words About Us

-The Veterans Resource Center provides a first point of contact for veterans needing to connect with nonprofit, employment, educational and VA resources, in order to provide paths towards self-sufficiency..

-The Veterans Resource Center is managed by Homeless Veterans Services of Dallas, Inc. (HVSD). HVSD is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless or at-risk veterans and their families.

– Day Center- Provides homeless and re-integrating veterans with day services including, but not limited to, access to showers, laundry, computer lab, healthcare services, Veteran Service Officers are also available on sight to help you with veteran benefits.

-The Veterans Resource Center has Assisted 65,000 veterans since we opened our doors on September 11, 2012.

– Women Veterans’ Enterprise Center

– The goal of our organization is to help alleviate the problem of homelessness among our veterans and their families by assisting with transitional and permanent housing.

-Contact us at 214-372-8822

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  1. I started reading suggestions, but decided I had better stop and do my list first or all I will be able to think of is some of the great names already mentioned. In order of the “who will have foals this year ” post, and will fill in the ones I can’t think of one for yet later.1) Kitalpha = not sure of her names origin, but ODYSSEUS would fit a colt from her or Greta, based just on how they travel and are hard to find. Knowing Greta’s origin, I am putting it here.2) Jewel = OPAL(grulla or blue roanish) or ONYX(bay/black)3) Icara= I assume this is from Icarus, so I would go OVID(wrote about him) or maybe Orion- although there are a lot of other places for Orion4) Corona = ORION,5) Fresia = ? need more origin info, but maybe OLEANDER if Fresia is from “flower”6) Waif = ? OAXACA ( Herman Cortes was the 1st Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca)Mountain top1) Halcyon = nothing good yet, geologically there is Orogeny, Oligocene(epoch before Miocene), Ordivician2) Isadora = OLINDA or ORLANDO (spanish) or maybe ORION/Orbital to go Starman/Blue Moon3) Gabrielle = ?4) Fiasco = Overland (campaign Custer and Sheridan took part in) – not much yet5) Fools Gold = One of the Onyx/Opal not used elsewhere6) Dove = OSPREY7) Demure = some stretches -Osten(pronounced austin, but opposite of Demure as in ostentatious), Ohkay (as in OK corral)8) Graciana = ? Orleans (duke of), Oxford(british)9) Helenium = ? origin? – OTHELLO?10) Hera = ORION – I like it best here with both Galaxy and the greek mythology connection, ORPHEUS if bay/black11) Greta = OLIVIA (de Havilland),12) Jacinta = ORTIZ – Jacinta sounds spanish, but LaSalle sounds french, so I can’t remember the origin. ORSON ( french – bear like)13) Galadrial = ? Olwe (galadriel’s grandfather, tolkien)14) Juniper = OLIVE, Oleander would work again, ORCHID15) Firestorm = out of Wyoming towns I can think of, so OSGILIATH or OZ16) Heritage = Oakley?17) Galena = OPAL, but not pronounced opal as a town name (see note somewhere above)18) Hailstorm = OHANZEE (colt- Sioux for shadow)19) Gaelic Princess = ORLAITH – Irish for “golden princess”, pronounced orla20) Hataalii = OJIBWE21) Half-Moon = OSCEOLA(bay/black),22) Feldspar = OBSIDIAN23) Inocentes =Names I like but don’t have anyone specific or don’t think would fit with nay traditionsObi WanOBERON – really like this, but not sure for who. It is also a major moon of Uranus, so maybe with a Galaxy girlOLLIVANDERI’m getting tired, so I give up for now. It will be fun to see all of the suggestions.Loading…

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