• Veteran recovery leads to role as a HUD-VASH peer support specialist

    From a jail cell to a master’s degree in mental health counseling. Army Veteran Anthony Warren helps other Veterans as a HUD-VASH peer support specialist.

  • Borne the Battle #255: Benefits Breakdown – HUD-VASH: Assistance for Veterans and their Families facing homelessness

    This episode of Borne the Battle, a benefits breakdown, features HUD-VASH, a collaborative program between HUD and VA that provides support to help homeless Veterans and their families – and those at risk of becoming homeless – to find and sustain permanent housing.

  • Need a video-capable device or internet connection for VA Telehealth?

    The numbers confirm telehealth is today’s remote health care revolution. VA wants to make access possible for all Veterans. Ask your health care provider about the Digital Divide Consult.

  • VA’s HUD-VASH program partners with pet organizations to help Veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness

    During National Pet Month and beyond, VA is working with multiple pet organizations to ensure that Veterans experiencing homelessness or housing instability have the support that they need to keep their pets healthy, safe and well cared for.

  • Veterans Justice Outreach Program offers hope and connectivity to justice-involved Veterans

    After his release from incarceration for drug-related offenses, Army Veteran Reginald Newkirk found stable housing with assistance from the Veterans Justice Outreach Program and its resources for Veterans experiencing homelessness.

  • Veteran finds housing stability through White River Junction VA and partners

    Helping Veterans through the pandemic is one of White River Junction VA's primary missions. The Vermont medical center, and partners, recently helped several Veterans access their earned benefits, including helping one find housing stability. 

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Mike

    After 6 years in the Marine Corps, Mike found transition to civilian life difficult. He ended up homeless, living in his car, but turned his life around with VA programs for homeless Vets.

  • Veteran battled homelessness, now has a career helping others

    After years of health issues, addiction, and homelessness, Navy Veteran Dawn Densel is healthy, has stable housing, and works for the federal government, thanks to VA and its many programs for Veterans experiencing homelessness.

  • 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.

  • Illinois Veteran gets second chance through HUD-VASH program

    In November 2018, Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital opened Freedoms Path Hines II, an apartment building on its campus in Hines, Illinois, offering 52 one-, two-, and three-bedroom units to eligible local Veterans through the Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program.

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