Family Adopts 3 Elderly Disabled Vets

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An Indiana couple has taken the bold and compassionate decision to welcome three war heroes into their home, despite having six kids of their own. Sarah and Troy Rufing, along with their children Hannah, 14; Matthew, 11; Sophie, 10; Sam, 7; Catherine, 5 and Clover, 3, were moved to help the veterans after they became unable to live on their own or with family.

However, thanks to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Foster Home Program, these brave men were not going to live the rest of their days alone— they were going to be part of a family, and a brotherhood, once again.

"A Medical Foster Home can serve as an alternative to a nursing home," reads a description on the program's website. "It may be appropriate for Veterans who require nursing home care but prefer a non-institutional setting with fewer residents."

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