• VA on pace to house 38,000 homeless Veterans by end of 2022

    In 2022, VA set a goal to house 38,000 homeless Veterans. With only a few months to go, how are we doing?

  • Dispelling myths of MST to prevent Veteran homelessness

    A lack of public awareness about MST leaves gaps in our national discourse. Dispelling myths can help survivors know they are not alone and connect them to resources.

  • Finding Devine intervention in ending Veteran homelessness

    Eileen Devine, national director of Health Care for Homeless Veterans, discusses the power of outreach and what you can do to help.

  • Korean era Veteran leaves behind a legacy of service

    From his service in Korea to his final battle, Marine Veteran William Nyman’s bravery reminds us of what it means to be a hero.

  • From Homelessness to good jobs: DoL’s Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program changes lives

    At the Department of Labor’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service, we’re working to support Veterans experiencing homelessness through our Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program, a competitive grant program focused on reintegrating individuals into the workforce and building strong systems to address the challenges veterans experiencing homelessness routinely face.  

  • VA provides hope to Navy Veteran David Burris, who was facing homelessness

    Navy Veteran used benefits of VA’s Grant and Per Diem Program which funds agencies providing services to Veterans experiencing homelessness.

  • Army Veteran Barry Jordan gets a second chance with VA’s justice programs

    The mission of VA’s Veterans Justice Outreach Program is to identify justice-involved Veterans and facilitate access to VA services.

  • Soldiers’ Angels provides food assistance to Veterans

    Soldiers’ Angels provides food assistance to the Veteran community through the Veteran Food Distribution program.

  • Rideshare program helps Veteran find news roads to employment

    VA’s Rideshare Program, an essential service to Veterans…helpful in giving eligible Veterans transportation to workplace and healthcare settings.

  • We believe you and we believe in you: Resources for homeless Veterans

    Veterans experiencing sexual assault or intimate partner violence are at greater risk of being homeless. We believe you, and believe in you.

  • South Texas VA assists in annual San Antonio homeless count

    In San Antonio, volunteers prep before dawn for the annual Point-In-Time Count. They also provided food and resources to homeless Veterans.

  • VA seeks nominations for Advisory Committee on Homeless Veterans

    Want to contribute to the VA Advisory Committee on Homeless Veterans? Here is information for qualifications and how to submit nominations.

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