Local Man Recognized by President Trump for Serving Veterans

Tracy Native Johnny Dubitsky, Jr of FIX’D Inc. Veterans Transition Resouce received The Presidents Volunteer Service Award with a framed certificate and personally signed letter from the President of the United States.


Nonprofits celebrate chance to sell Fourth of July fireworks

In recent years, nonprofits have raised tens of thousands of dollars in a week of fireworks sales. The money FIX’D raises this summer will be used to extend the reach of Fix’d, a Tracy-based network of veterans that provides advice and help to other veterans who are having problems getting services or who have physical or mental health needs.

Veterans Making ‘Their Families, Country Proud’

“The day of my buddy’s funeral, I got into a car accident after blacking out,” Jenkins, a 33-year-old Linden native, recalled Monday morning. “I didn’t run into any cars. I didn’t hurt anybody. But I basically took out some property.”

Veteran of the year Credits Army of Volunteers

John Duditsky, Jr. who ran operations for FIXD from Dec 2016 – June 2021, joined Medina on Dec. 1, 2016, “in a low spot” in his life.
“I just started working with him, and then pretty soon I was in here every day and seeing people come through here and then results. Transformations,” he said. “My life has completely changed with this place.”

Veteran Treatment Court Graduation!

Congratulations to the 10 Graduates of San Joaquin County Veteran Treatment Courts!

FIX’D has a 97% Success Rate!
University of California Berkeley’s School of Public Policy determined the GET – FIX’D Veteran Treatment Court Program is operating at a 97% success rate!

Outside The Wire

“Our relationship transcended the environment we were in…”

– TSgt. Louis Awua

“They didn’t always tell me what I wanted to hear, but they did tell me what I needed to hear…and have been there every step of the way since the first phone call” 

– Keith 

“Sooner or later, no matter how tough you are, one day you’ll need help and these are the guys to do it.”

–  MSgt Ken Hill