VA Grants Help Organizations Support Vets


by John Kuhn


When Veterans serve our Nation, they earn our gratitude and our respect. VA is committed to making sure that no Veteran is ever without a place to call home. To that end, VA is expanding the resources that help Veterans and their families to establish permanent addresses.

During the past year, VA provided Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program grants to community organizations across the country, helping more than 28,000 Veterans and their family members in the first 10 months of program operations. SSVF grants promote housing stability among homeless and at-risk Veterans and their families. These grants have an immediate impact – helping to lift Veterans out of homelessness or providing help in emergency situations that put Veterans at risk of homelessness.

Now is the time for organizations to join the growing list of groups that support local Veterans. Organizations may submit a letter of intent to apply for the 2013 SSVF Program to [email protected] by 4 p.m. EDT on Sept. 28.


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