THE ‘Association Against Homelessness in America’ PLAN

Contact: Hon. Michael B. Fuller Sui Juris
10333 Bridgeport Way SW
Lakewood WA 98499
501(c)3 tracking number – 2187114
Phone: 206-424-2210
Email Contact:

A sample of some of the Vacant properties we are considering can be found here.
Information on how we plan to improve the properties can be found here.

The Government forms we will use can be found here.

Government auction information can be found here.

Sample plan’s on how will plan to train and help Veterans re-enter the work force can be found here.

Information regarding Veterans Post Tramatic Stress Disorders can be found here.V

Information on the Homeless in Washington State can be found here.

Information on the Homeless in America can be found here.HOMELESSNESS IN THE U.S.

Congress assessment on the Homeless in the United States can be found here.



Create a Welcoming and Educated Workplace for an Easy Military to Civilian Transition

Creating a welcoming environment for Veterans and returning Service Members
doesn’t take much effort – but it does take some thoughtful planning.

The Veterans Crisis Line connects veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring responders from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Post Tramatic Stress in Veterans

A review of the provision of compensation to veterans for PTSD by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs began in 2005 after the VA had noted a 30% increase in PTSD claims in recent years. In 2005 the suicide rate among male Veteran VA users was 37.19 per 100,000, compared to 13.59 in females.

This led to a backlash from veterans’-rights groups, and to some highly publicized suicides by veterans who feared losing their benefits,[citation needed] which in some cases constituted their only income. In response, on November 10, 2005, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs announced that “the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will not review the files of 72,000 veterans currently receiving disability compensation for posttraumatic stress disorder…”

The diagnosis of PTSD in U.S. military veterans has been a subject of some controversy due to uncertainties in objectively diagnosing PTSD in those who may have been exposed to trauma, and due to this diagnosis’ association with some incidence of compensation-seeking behavior.

Many veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan returning home have faced significant physical, emotional and relational disruptions. In response, the United States Marine Corps has instituted programs to assist them in re-adjusting to civilian life, especially in their relationships with spouses and loved ones, to help them communicate better and understand what the other has gone through.

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) developed the Battlemind program to assist service members avoid or ameliorate PTSD and related problems.

An Extraordinarily Important Message from Michael B. Fuller Sui Juris

I hope that every American, regardless of where he lives, will stop and examine his conscience about this and other related incidents. This Nation was founded by men of many nations and backgrounds. It was founded on the principles that all men are created equal, and that the rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened…

Michael B. Fuller Sui Juris