The facility will utilize what is known as a small home model. Residents will live in 12-to-15-person communities that feature common rooms, kitchens, dining areas, and other amenities designed to emphasize dignified and autonomous living.
“We cannot thank Governor Justice enough for his leadership and support of this tremendous and extremely important project,” Ted Diaz, Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Veterans Assistance said. “Veterans in our state need this facility, and Governor Justice literally is making it happen. I am so pleased for our veterans, and we are honored because this project is a testament to West Virginia’s leadership and the fact that our state is serving those who served. We also couldn’t be more pleased that we’re paying tribute to the remarkable service and career of General Rogers.”