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Housing for Veterans
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Housing for Veterans

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Veterans who have sacrificed a lot to serve the country at war in foreign lands should in no way be faced with housing problems that could lead them to start leaving on the streets without hope and …

Veterans who have sacrificed a lot to serve the country at war in foreign lands should in no way be faced with housing problems that could lead them to start leaving on the streets without hope and care. To ensure that this fact is adhered to, there are several federal programs that ensure that housing for veterans is not an issue at all.

For more information please visit: http://www.GreenCollarVets.org

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  • 1. Veterans who have sacrificed a lot to servethe country at war in foreign lands should inno way be faced with housing problems thatcould lead them to start leaving on the streetswithout hope and care.To ensure that this fact is adhered to, thereare several federal programs that ensure thathousing for veterans is not an issue at all. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 2. The programs offer assistance to veteranswho do not have homes as well as theirfamilies.The housing and urban developmentdepartment of the United States together withthe supportive housing program for theveterans (referred to as HUD-VASH) ensurethat homeless veterans get permanent andsupportive housing as well as treatmentservices. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 3. The housing and urban developmentdepartment of US has up to now allocatedabout 38000 housing choice vouchers thatmake it possible for veterans that arehomeless together with their families to getrental houses that go at a market rate whilethe supportive housing program for theveterans gives case management services tothe veterans. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 4. Usually, the landlord of the rented house willget a housing subsidy from the local publicauthority. This rental money is paid for theveteran that will take that house.After that is done, the veteran will only needto pay the balance that remains when yousubtract the amount that has been subsidizedfrom the actual rent that the landlord needsto get. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 5. The case management services provided bythe supportive housing program for theveterans come in handy when there is needfor facilitation of achievement of the recoverygoals of the veterans.The HUD-VASH program usually has its focuson the vulnerable veterans, and it also offersspecial services to women veterans, theveterans that have returned from combatzones recently and also those veterans thatare disabled. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 6. You as a citizen can be of much help andcontribution to the HUD-VASH program if youcan refer to them any homeless veteran thatyou know about.The Veteran Affairs program gives extensiveresources as well as support to the homelessveterans either through community partnersor by reaching the veterans directly. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 7. So it is of utmost importance for everyone toknow about these programs in order to helphomeless veterans.You can also be a hero by helping thathomeless veteran you know so that they canbe connected with the services that theydeserve after having served the countrytirelessly. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 8. The Grant-and-Per Diem (GPD) is anotherprogram that helps homeless veterans.It gives funds to agencies that arecommunity-based, which provide servicecenters or transitional housing to the homelessveterans. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 9. The supportive housing program for theveterans works with this program by offeringgrants that can be able to fund about 65percent of its project which could beconstruction, acquisition as well as renovationof facilities and even purchasing vans that willbe of service and outreach to the homelessveterans.These are just but a few programs. www.GreenCollarVets.org
  • 10. There are others like the GroHome and TarrantCounty Housing programs which are alsodedicated to making sure that no veteransare homeless.If you want to support homeless veteranscheck out Green Collar Vets today atwww.greencollarvets.org www.GreenCollarVets.org

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