• Chats with the Chief – Monica Diaz

    This Chats with the Chief video episode explores VA's progress toward ending Veteran homelessness and the collaborative partnerships involved.

  • VA Chief of Staff reaffirms commitment to ending Veteran homelessness

    VA Chief of Staff Tanya Bradsher visited the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System’s (VAGLAHS) West Los Angeles campus to reaffirm the commitment to ending Veterans homelessness.

  • Women Veterans can get help addressing their needs through VA programs

    Women Veterans like Army Veteran Loretta White are succeeding after enrolling in the Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program.

  • Veteran gets back on his feet, thanks to HUD-VASH and the Biloxi VA

    When Army OIF Veteran Casey Gauthier entered the Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program in Biloxi, Mississippi, in 2017, he was homeless.

  • Formerly homeless Veteran makes big impact supporting Veterans at Jesse Brown VA

    In 2012, Michael Marshall was homeless. Now, thanks to the support he received from the HUD-VASH program, he works at the Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, as a certified peer support specialist. The formerly homeless Veteran's job – and his personal goal – is to support Veterans like himself who have experienced homelessness.

  • Albert Alexander: VA helped secure housing, economic stability for me and my family

    In this guest post, Army Veteran Albert Alexander discusses working with VA to secure housing and economic stability for he and his family.

  • SSVF grantee, HomeFirst, helps Veteran find permanent housing

    HomeFirst Services of Santa Clara County works with VA’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program to provide rapid re-housing and homeless prevention assistance to eligible Veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. 

  • Veteran VA employee goes above and beyond to help homeless Veteran community

    Veteran Stacey Bulluck left the military and devoted her next career to helping Veterans. Here's how she went above and beyond.

  • #DesertStorm30: Out to save people

    Army Veteran Harry Low has always been on a mission to save other people. His mission started in 1988, when he followed two older brothers in the service. He was a combat medic in an engineering unit, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. By 1992, Low’s mission to care for military ended when he left the Army. He picked up a new mission, caring for Veterans as a VA employee.

  • Limiting the spread of COVID-19 among homeless Veterans

    Because Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness experience poorer health outcomes than individuals in stable housing, VA is working closely with other federal agencies to limit this vulnerable population’s potential to exposure.

  • Formerly homeless Navy Veteran pursues a degree with help from a VA partner

    Operation Sacred Trust (OST) is a nonprofit organization funded by VA’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families program.

  • Beyond the Yellow Ribbon program connects Veterans with employment resources

    Minnesota’s Beyond the Yellow Ribbon program connects service members, Veterans, and military families with state and federal resources and services.

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