Alpha Omega Acquires the former Marine Corp Reserve Center
We are blessed and excited to transition to this new chapter!
A new ‘Safer at Home’ Executive Order was issued by Mayor Jim Strickland for the City of Memphis which begins on Saturday, December 26, 2020.
This order identifies "Businesses that provide food, shelter, and social services and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals" like Alpha Omega as Essential Businesses. As such, we will continue to serve our veterans and practice safety measures as recommended by the CDC regarding the COVID-19 for our staff and clients.
We will get through this together. Our oneness will override the challenges which we currently face. We will soon live, laugh & love again. As we heal and become a better world, let’s pray and continue to take care of one another.
Cordell Walker, Executive Director
Alpha Omega Veterans Services aims to assist military veterans in reintegrating into society. Our motto is helping veterans help themselves.
We have a rich history and have helped Memphis veterans for over 30 years. We started from humble beginnings.
Alpha Omega Testimonials
US Marine Corp Veteran
Jachin lived for years with undiagnosed PTSD and managed the symptoms by self-medicating – until he got tired of being sick and tired. He came to Alpha Omega after he finished a 90-day substance abuse program at the VA Medical Center at Memphis.
US Army Veteran
After years of trying to stay sober and out of trouble on his own, Melvin came home and checked into the VA Medical Center at Memphis substance abuse program. For the first time in many years, he understood what sobriety was all about. When it was time to leave the VA, he asked to be placed into a program that would help him maintain & grow in his sobriety. He was referred to Alpha Omega Veterans Services in 2004.