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When a fire damaged Army Veteran’s home, he received help from HUD-VASH, a collaborative program pairing HUD assistance with VA support.
VA’s Rideshare Program, an essential service to Veterans…helpful in giving eligible Veterans transportation to workplace and healthcare settings.
Army Veteran lived with no heat in Buffalo for two decades after home flooded. HUD-VASH program found her a home. “VA very open for helping.”
Homeless, Kenneth came to VA for help. His journey of recovery began with a VA residential treatment program for drug and alcohol abuse.
After a year living in his car, Air Force Veteran found support through a transitional housing and support center and the HUD-VASH program.
After homelessness and addiction, Army Veteran turned to VA for help. His medical team helped him take the first steps to recovery.
From working with surface-to-air missiles to sleeping in his car, Army Veteran found help, health care and a home thanks to VA services.
A VA peer support specialist asked a homeless man if he was a Veteran. Days later, he was enrolled in VA health care and in his own apartment.
A Florida VA social worker used VA and HUD-VASH programs to find an older Veteran a home that's a “cruise ship on land.”
When this Marine Veteran was homeless, VA found him a home. After a house fire, VA was there again with programs for senior Veterans.
When the restaurant where he worked closed, Army Veteran was referred to the Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing program.
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Last updated October 6, 2022
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