Community Employment Services: Community Housing
Low-Demand housing is a program design using a low-demand/harm-reduction model to better accommodate chronically homeless Veterans, and Veterans who were unsuccessful in traditional treatment settings. Programming does not require sobriety or compliance with mental health treatment as a condition of admission or continued stay.
Service Intensive Transitional Housing offers a milieu of services to include a strong clinical focus on substance abuse and mental health that facilitate individual stabilization and movement to permanent housing as rapidly as clinically appropriate. The scope of services incorporates tactics to increase the Veteran’s income through employment and/or benefits and obtaining permanent housing.
Bridge housing provide veterans with a short-term stay in transitional housing. Veterans in Bridge housing have pre-identified permanent housing supports in place and have been offered and accepted a permanent housing intervention such as Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF), Department of Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing (HUD–VASH), Housing Coalition/ Continuum of Care (CoC).
Veterans Place Transitional Housing: 80% success rate
80% of veterans served through the Transitional Housing Program move into permanent housing and have a sustainable income at the time of discharge from the program.
For admission criteria and to submit an application, please visit the Veterans Resource Center