Araman, Terry M.

Public Information


Araman, Terry M.




Born in San Francisco, California in 1947, Terry Araman served three years as an Army medic including service with the 9th Infantry Division, Vietnam, 1968-1969. As Past Director of Madison Street Veterans Association, a homeless veterans service organization, Terry led the efforts to establish MANA (Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force) House, a transitional living center housing 52 homeless veterans.  Terry’s other volunteer accomplishments include 16 years with Sun Sounds, Radio Reading Service for blind and print-handicapped persons; member of Amnesty International, including 4 years as Phoenix Group Coordinator; Congresswoman Sinema’s Veteran Advisory Council; Chairman of Congressman Gallego’s Veteran Action Council; and Past Vice Chair and current Director, Unified Arizona Veterans.   Terry Araman continues to dedicate his life to making homeless veterans whole again with shelter, healing, education, and employment.