Veterans Place is dedicated to ending homelessness among veterans in the Pittsburgh region. We offer homeless veterans a safe, supportive and regenerative environment as they gain the necessary skills to face real life challenges, secure permanent housing and lead productive and self-sufficient lives.


At veterans place we have an array of services dedicated to addressing issues that our veterans face in the Pittsburgh region. We pride ourselves with not only our success, but the quality of services we provide.

Day Program

Through our Day Program, veterans from shelters and on the streets are transported to the Veterans Place facility on Washington Boulevard where they are provided meals, clothing, showers, and access...

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Transitional Housing Program

The Transitional Housing Program provides a supportive and sober living environment that can accommodate 48 homeless veterans for up to a 24-month stay in one of our 13 townhouses on Washington...

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Preparing Veterans for life-sustaining employment is paramount to combating homelessness.  At Veterans Place, we focus on the economic mobility of Veterans by investing in workforce development...

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Tiny Homes Community

There are too many Veterans limited by their zip code and unable to create a better life for themselves for lack of a living wage jobs and affordable housing. That’s why Veterans Place has...

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Veteran Showcase

Taking Back My Life

This is my Story
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Ivan - Navy

“You know, I mean, there’s only so much they (Veterans Place) can do, but the more people involved, the more they can do.”

Answered Prayers

Everybody has different situations, different problems, but you can find a common ground and that’s what it takes… finding that common ground. And also, a lot of help from God. A lot of help. I strongly believe that he’s always there and your prayers will always be answered. Even if doesn’t happen right away, it’s bound to happen sooner or later.

Always Hope

It’s just like yourselves, you hear. I think by you being here, you can show people and tell people what’s going on. Put a story out there that there’s always hope. If you’re in a dark place, you know, find the right light. Walk towards it. You don’t always have to stay into the darkness. And as long as you find that particular spot, you’ll find that life is a lot easier.

Made it pretty alright. 

Or tried to at least. Had memory loss and all that stuff there. They said I wouldn’t gain my memory back. It took almost thirty years to get it back, but I finally got it started coming back slowly. You know, kind of lost out there without knowing I had a past. And it’s rough, very rough. So these people, they helped me real well to get my life together back on track.”

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The mission of Veterans Place is to end homelessness among veterans in the Pittsburgh region.

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