• VA can help homeless Veterans get back on their feet

    Join VA and Vietnam Veterans of America for a Facebook Live event on February 12 at 2 p.m. EST as they discuss VA programs to end homelessness.

  • Tulsa School one of 8 Nationally to Participate in ‘End Veteran Homelessness Challenge’

    Students, teachers and parents filled the gymnasium at Henry Zarrow International School in Tulsa on Nov. 16 to celebrate Veterans Day.

  • Schools participate in the NAESP End Veteran Homelessness Challenge

    VA has partnered with the National Association of Elementary School Principals to organize the End Veteran Homelessness Challenge.

  • New video shows how VA uses data to improve the lives of homeless and at-risk Veterans

     At the darkest and most challenging time of his […]

  • Boston-area HUD-VASH partnerships successful in housing Veterans

    Strong community partnerships are vital to ending Veteran homelessness — and VA employees play a key role in building these relationships.

  • White papers share promising practices for ending Veteran homelessness

    Since 2010, homelessness among Veterans has decreased by nearly 50 percent. However, this progress is not evenly distributed nationwide.

  • VA announces upcoming awards of nearly $326 million in grants to help at-risk Veterans and family members

    VA announced that thousands of low-income Veteran families around the nation will continue to receive benefits under the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program.

  • VA announces $200 million in funding for Grant and Per Diem Program to support homeless Veterans programs nationwide

    VA announced it plans to provide approximately $200 million in fiscal year 2019 funding to support more than 13,000 transitional housing beds for its Grant and Per Diem (GPD) Program

  • VA employee assists Veterans transition out of homelessness by helping them find jobs in the hospitality and tourism industry

    Bridgetta Blockmon, the community employment coordinator for the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, South Carolina, has made it her mission to see that the Veterans in her area are able to find long-term employment.

  • Construction company swoops in to help former Army paratrooper

    VA salutes corporate citizens that pitch-into improve the lives of Veterans and remind them that their fellow Americans value them and have not forgotten about the enormous sacrifices they made for the American people.

  • Oklahoma program helps Veterans exit homelessness with options for housing, food stability

    The "fridge fill" program also authorizes Veterans a one-time allowance of food and supplies for the equivalent of six people, regardless of the Veteran’s family size.

  • Army Veteran gets help from VA, nonprofit after he falls on hard times

    A sequence of hardships stacked up against one Army Veteran nearly a decade ago. He hit rock bottom.

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