Central City Integrated Health (CCIH), a Detroit nonprofit organization that has been providing housing and wraparound social, medical and behavioral health services to veterans and Detroit residents with special needs for more than 40 years, is hosting its inaugural Detroit Veterans Gala on Veterans Day (Observed), Friday, Nov. 10, at the Detroit Golf Club.The gala will benefit CCIH’s affordable housing developments that have a veterans’ preference. In addition to dinner and guest speakers, the gala will feature an art auction from veteran artist Donald “Sunn” Anderson, who was involved in the Cass Corridor art movement. CCIH’s Detroit Veterans Gala is black tie optional with medals for those veterans who attend. Eric Cedo, of Crain Communications will be the Master of Ceremonies. Speakers include: Nathan Tierney, U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Pete Mattingly, JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Denise Brooks-Williams, Henry Ford Health System; Ryan Hayden, PricewaterhouseCoopers; and former Navy SEAL Officer Bobby Doyle.