Case management and 49 beds are provided as part of the Grant and Per Diem (GPD) and Healthcare for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Contract Residential Programs.
Case management and 40 beds are provided for veterans transitioning out of homelessness as part of the Grant and Per Diem (GPD) program.
The 25-bed Safe Haven is a specialized version of the Healthcare for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Contractual Residential Program, funded by the Veterans Administration. As a 'Housing First' program veterans do 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.
Through the SSVF program, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs aims to improve the housing stability of very low-income veteran families by providing intensive case management and assisting participants to obtain VA and other community benefits. Veterans can be connected 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.
SSVF Service Areas include the following Indiana counties: Bartholomew, Brown, Davies, Dubois, Gibson, Johnson, Knox, Lawrence, Marion, Monroe, Morgan, Perry, Pike, Posey, Shelby, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick.
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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.