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Our Service

Veterans With Housing Insecurities

We recognize the sacrifices made by military personnel and are committed to providing them with the care and resources they deserve. Our services include safe housing options, access to healthcare, job training, and personalized support systems to aid in their transition to civilian life. We focus on respect, dignity, and empowerment, ensuring that our veterans receive the support they need to overcome homelessness and rebuild their lives.

Key Stats

HUD shows that female veterans are two to three times more likely to be homeless than any other group in the US adult population.List item
Veterans between the ages of 18 and 30 are twice as likely as adults in the general population to experience homelessness.
Half suffer from mental illness; two-thirds suffer from substance abuse problems; and many from dual diagnosis
Veterans tend to experience homelessness longer than their non-veteran peers. Research shows that the greatest risk factors for homelessness are lack of support and social isolation after discharge. Social networks are particularly important for those who have a crisis or need temporary help. Without this assistance, they are at high risk for homelessness.
With an estimated 500,000 veterans homeless at some time during the year, the VA reaches 20% of those in need, leaving 400,000 veterans without supportive services.