Dr. Remolia Simpson, MBH CEO, on the DBQ Magazine LOUD 100 Red Carpet at NYC's world-famous Carnegie Hall!


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MBH CEO DR. REMOLIA SIMPSON RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF DBQ MAGAZINE'S LOUD 100 HONOREES!


Dr. Simpson joins 100 notable LGBT people of color in this year's LOUD 100 list in DBQ Magazine.  She and the other honorees were feted at a gala showcase on February 25, at NYC's fabulous Carnegie Hall!  See the full list at www.dbqmag.com/loud! 

MBH LGBTQ Affairs VP Nathan James Addresses Carnegie Hall

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MY BROTHERS HOUSE THANKS TEAM HOME DEPOT AND THE HOME DEPOT FOUNDATION FOR THEIR GENEROUS RENOVATION GRANT, AT MBH IN EASTON, PA!

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PROUDLY SERVING OUR VETERANS, NATIONWIDE

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My Brother's House

 My Brother’s House is an independent, not-for-profit (501c[3]) residential housing and faith-based counseling facility group dedicated to the veterans of America’s fighting forces.  These multi-bed residences, located nationwide, will meet the shelter and short-term crisis counseling needs of returning, disabled, and elderly veterans of the United States Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard, their National Guard units, reserves, and auxiliaries.  My Brother’s House works closely with allied agencies and organizations, such as the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA), American Veterans Association (AMVETS), the Department of Disabled Services, local religious institutions, hospitals, homeless services groups, and mental health professionals, to create a safe, positive, affirming residential environment for each veteran.

 

Our commitment to all the men and women who selflessly gave of themselves to preserve our country’s freedoms, and keep us living without fear, is reflected in our service ethic towards all who seek our assistance.  We strive to provide the highest level of quality care and assistance, with respect for the honor and dignity of every veteran, no matter where life after military service has taken them.  It is said that every soldier, airman, sailor, and Marine looks upon the person serving alongside them as their brother or sister.  In keeping with that centuries-old tradition, these will be their houses. 

 

Our brave men and women did not hesitate to answer their country’s call to arms.  My Brother’s House is dedicated to the same unhesitating response to their post-service needs, following all applicable local, state, and federal regulations.  When our veterans step off the battlefield, they shouldn’t find a new one waiting for them at home.  My Brother’s House is part of that welcoming effort to stand up for those who so proudly stood up for all of us.