Veterans Landing in Ponca City Here to Serve Veterans

Beverly Cantrell - December 19, 2021 11:34 am

Ponca City- Veterans Landing-

Veteran’s Landing is a place for all veterans and their families. They can learn about benefits, counseling, employment needs, housing, and food. Volunteers at Veterans Landing can help veterans with several services or find resources to help veterans and their families when needed.

Many veterans go to Veterans Landing for fellowship, to share life stories, and to help each other. Randall Coon is a United States Air Force veteran having actively served 20 years and is the President at Veterans Landing. According to  Coon, the spouse and families serve in their own way, just as the person serving in the military does. Veteran’s Landing not only helps the military veterans but also their families,  providing a clothes closet and food pantry to help veterans and their families.

Veterans Landing is now open at their new location at 122 East Grand Suite # 102  on the corner of 2nd and Grand. They are open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

“No Veteran Left Behind” is the motto for Veteran’s Landing. Almost everyone is either related to, friends with, or knows a veteran. Please reach out to them and make sure they are doing okay.

If you are a veteran or know a veteran who needs assistance, or you want to volunteer to help, PLEASE call Veterans Landing at 580-362-6375, 7-days a week, or Email veterans landing @ or visit Veterans Landing on Facebook.



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