Homeless Veterans To Get Information Concerning HUD/VASH Vouchers Contact:
Patricia A. Wolschon, LMSW, ACSW
Director of Homeless Programming
John D. Dingell VA Medical Center
4646 John R (11MH-HP)
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: 313.576.1000 X 64249
Homelessness Assistance Programs
Access point for people looking to learn more about HUD’s Homelessness Assistance Programs.
Providing Supportive Services to Veterans who are facing Homelessness (SSVF).
Funded by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The Veteran Family Services program is administered through the Disability Network to provide supportive services to very low-income veterans who are facing homelessness. The case management services are designed to improve veteran families’ housing stability.
HUD-VASH is a critical part of the Obama Administration’s commitment to end Veteran and long-term chronic homelessness in 2015. Opening Doors: Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness serves as a roadmap for how the federal government will work with state and local communities to confront the root causes of homelessness, especially among former servicemen and women.
MR.TYRONE CHATMAN,EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,MICHIGAN VETERANS FOUNDATION
UNITED STATES ARMY VIETNAM, MACV ADVISORY
TEAM # 48,1971-72
HELP FOR OUR NATIONS PATRIOTS HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
WE SIMPLY WILL NOT LEAVE OUR WOUNDED BEHIND
OUR MISSION IS TO HELP HOMELESS VETERANS REGAIN THEIR STABILITY AND RETURN TO
"THE NATION WHICH FORGETS IT'S DEFENDERS, MAY ONE DAY IT'S-SELF BE FORGOTTEN"
We're helping homeless veterans regain their stability and self-sufficiency.WE CAN BE REACHED AT:
Phone: (313) 831-5500 EMAIL: email@example.com
Fax: (313) 831-5589
PIQUETTE SQUARE DETROIT MICHIGAN
PROVIDING PERMANENT HOUSING AND SUPPORT SERVICES
FOR HOMELESS VETERANS
Assisting Homeless Veterans In Northern Michigan
VETS RETURNING HOME BROCHURE:
VA Announces 5 year Plan to eliminate Homeless Veterans in America
Hire Vets First
Veterans Succeeding in the 21st Century Workforce.
The mission statement for VETS is to provide veterans and transitioning service members with the resources and services to succeed in the 21st century workforce by maximizing their employment opportunities, protecting their employment rights and meeting labor-market demands with qualified veterans today.
National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
Interagency Council on Homelessness
The Committee expects the primary activity of the ICH to be the development of a comprehensive Federal approach to end homelessness. The Committee understands that homelessness is affected by factors that cut across Federal agencies, including housing costs, job readiness, education, substance abuse and mental health.
VA Detroit Veteran's Center Information Booklet
Wayne County Assistance