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It is estimated that over 25,000 Veterans were served by an H-PACT during 2015.
H-PACTs are showing promise in improving health and other outcomes among participating Veterans compared with non-H-PACT patients.
Among VA homeless continuum of care programs, HUD-VASH enrolls the largest number and largest percentage of Veterans who have experienced long-term or repeated homelessness. 30, 2015, HUD had allocated more than 78,000 vouchers to help house Veterans across the country.
CECs work out of each VAMC to forge partnerships and create relationships with local community organizations and employers who have the ability to hire Veterans.
Learn more about these programs below and at VA’s Programs for At-Risk Veterans and Their Families page.
This collaborative program between HUD and VA combines HUD housing vouchers with VA supportive services to help Veterans who are homeless and their families find and sustain permanent housing.
State, local and tribal governments and nonprofits receive capital grants and per diem payments to develop and operate transitional housing and/or service centers for Veterans who are homeless.
VA funds an estimated 600 agencies that provide over 14,500 beds for eligible Veterans.
This program offers outreach, case management and residential treatment services to help Veterans transition from living on the street or in institutions to stable housing situations.