Let’s End Veteran Homelessness
Welcome to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Ending Veteran Homelessness website.
VA Secretary Bob McDonald thanks officials from YMCA of the USA for its partnership in serving Veterans and their families. (VA photo/Robert Turtil)
Can Veteran Entrepreneurship Help End Homelessness?
In a new Huffington Post blog, Zillow Group's RJ Jones heralds Veteran-owned businesses like Salute, which employed Henry L. Jackson Jr., a once-homeless Veteran now working full time. (Photo courtesy Salute)
Ending Veteran Homelessness,
Community By Community
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced on Veterans Day 2015 that Virginia had ended Veteran homelessness.
(Virginia Department of Veterans Services photo)
Advocating for Veterans Who Are Homeless
Navy Veteran Cynthia “Cindy” K. Dias was once homeless, and now she helps other Veterans get housed. On Jan. 12, Ms. Dias’s inspirational story was shared before the entire nation, as she sat with first lady Michelle Obama to hear President Obama deliver his final State of the Union address.
VA is committed to ending homelessness among Veterans. Our focus is threefold:
Download posters, brochures, and other materials to reach out to Veterans and help VA end homelessness by 2015.