Volunteers of America of Indiana collaborates with the local US Department of Veterans Affairs to implement several important programs to serve veterans.  

Contact Information:
Larcina Hicks
Division Director of Veteran Services
927 North Pennsylvania Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Homeless Veterans Services (Brandon Hall):
Located in Indianapolis, twenty (20) beds are available for honorably discharged, homeless men and women veterans who are referred to us by the VA Homeless Team. The agency provides case management and transitional housing services for these veterans. 

Transitional Veterans Program (Brandon Hall):  Located in Indianapolis, an eleven (29) bed dorm is established for male homeless veterans who are receiving treatment for mental health and/or substance abuse issues at the local VA Hospital.  Services include housing, case management, monitoring, and structured activities for these veterans.

Liberty Landing:  Located in Fort Wayne, forty (40) beds are available for honorably discharged, homeless men and women veterans who are referred to us by the VA Homeless Team.  The agency provides case management and transitional housing services for these veterans.

The Richard Lugar Safe Haven for Veterans:  Located in Fort Wayne. the 25-bed Safe Haven is a specialized version of the Healthcare for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Contractual Residential Program, funded by the Veterans Administration.  The program places no treatment participation demands on residents, but expects the residents to transition from unsafe and unstable street life to permanent housing, and re-engage with treatment services.  The primary focus on the veteran's care in a Safe Haven program is "Housing First", focusing primarily on safe and stable housing.    To enter a Safe Haven, the veteran does not need to make an initial commitment to sobriety/substance free living, but is expected to work with their case manager toward a lifestyle conducive to stable housing.  Veterans may stay in a Safe Haven for up to six (6) months and are referred from the Veterans Administration. 

Lincoln Apartments: Located in Indianapolis, Lincoln Apartments provides 75 newly constructed units of permanent supportive housing for homeless veterans in a modern and spacious mix of studio and one-bedroom floorplans. Support services are coordinated by Volunteers of America in conjunction with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Contact Information:
Supportive Veterans Housing-Lincoln Apartments
530 North Holmes Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46222
Tony Ogden, Property Manager
Adam Hutton, SSVF Director

Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program (SSVF): 
Click on any city name for a fact sheet in PDF format.

Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF) program provides homelessness prevention services and case management for veterans and their families who reside in the following Indiana Counties:  Bartholomew, Brown, Davies, Dubois, Gibson, Johnson, Knox, Lawrence, Marion, Monroe, Morgan, Perry, Pike, Posey, Shelby, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick.  The SSVF Program connects veterans with benefits such as vocational and rehabilitation counseling, job training and educational assistance, health care referral, transportation, legal service referral, child care and other services. 

Contact Information:
In the
Indianapolis area, call 855-332-VETS (855-332-8387)
In the 
Evansville area, call 855-840-4VOA (855-840-4862)

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Our Partnership with the Home Depot Foundation

Volunteers of America is proud to partner with the Home Depot Foundation.  The Home Depot Foundation has funded supportive projects for the veterans we serve in our Liberty Landing and Safe Haven facilities located in Fort Wayne, as well as veterans at our Brandon Hall facility located in Indianapolis.  The Home Depot Foundation is committed to ensuring that every U.S. military veteran has a safe place to call home.  Learn more by visiting
The Home Depot Foundation.