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Motorcycle club plans to roll out for homeless veterans

The VA 2K Walk and Roll is more than a bunch of bikers riding down the street. The purpose is to raise money for veterans who need a little assistance getting on their own two feet.

Organization trains homeless dogs to help veterans

QC Molly is a very nice little girl. Like most dogs, she keeps a close eye on her owner.

Veterans in Phoenix forced to move homeless camp off of state-owned...

A camp for homeless veterans is being forced to move off the property they’ve been staying for the past several months.

Pierce County Executive proposes $750K for homeless veterans

Homelessness is a top issue Pierce County needs to address, Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammier said in his State of the County Address Wednesday.

Faulconer’s Homeless Veterans Program Quietly Misses Deadline

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced his "Housing Our Heroes" program during his State of the City address in January 2016 to much fanfare.

State orders organizers of homeless camp for veterans to vacate Mesa...

State officials have ordered the veterans who organized a homeless camp to abandon their site near Loop 202 near Mesa.

More than 1,200 homeless veterans living on Los Angeles streets still...

More than 1,200 veterans are living on Los Angeles streets, thwarting Mayor Eric Garcetti’s repeated pledges to end the city’s soaring rates of veteran homelessness, officials said Thursday.

Homeless veterans wake up in new homes Christmas morning

Since February 2015, Ronald Grey said he’d been living like a deployed soldier.

Homeless Santa Cruz veterans to run LED light factory

Paddy Brady has a plan to end homelessness in Santa Cruz — and maybe the entire U.S. The great irony is he developed the model in the poorest country in the world.

Togus VA helps homeless veterans

The Togus Veterans Affairs Medical Center hosted its 19th annual "Homeless Veteran Stand Down" program Saturday to help veterans get the services they need to get back on their feet.

Private donation helps city's only shelter just for homeless veterans

The city’s only shelter specifically for homeless veterans is getting a special gift, helping the city keep its goal of leaving no homeless veteran behind.

Work begins on $14.3M complex in Minneapolis for chronically homeless vets

Veterans struggling with chronic homelessness will soon have access to new housing as construction got underway on Tuesday on a 100-unit efficiency apartment complex on the campus of the Minneapolis VA Medical Center.

Helping Napa's homeless veterans get off the street

After living “in a bush” on and off for the last decade, Army veteran Chris Thomas, 55, is hopeful that he’ll have a proper place of his own to call “home” soon.

New Center for Homeless Female Veterans Coming to the Midstate

Homeless female veterans will soon get a helping hand from other women who served in the military.

South Green Homeless Shelter Extends Helping Hand To Veterans In Need

Ten years ago, South Park Inn's inaugural Flag Day ceremony was a modest affair.

Program designed to help homeless veterans in Maryland

It is estimated there are about 30,000 homeless veterans in the United States.

Augusta house readied for female homeless veterans

Martha Everatt St. Pierre said she was researching ways to help her homeless veteran brother when she realized there were no places for homeless female veterans and their children. She hopes the organization she founded in 2014 becomes that place.

Local group building tiny houses for homeless veterans

Two veterans are building unique shelters in Kansas City to help homeless veterans.

Two-day event aids homeless and at-risk veterans

A coalition of local organizations and businesses is working to ensure that the fourth annual North Florida Homeless Veterans Stand Down will make a difference in the lives of homeless veterans.

Homeless veterans facility to open this summer

Grace Home, a new transitional housing facility for homeless veterans, hit some construction delays but organizers are planning to open in June.

City's deadline to house all homeless veterans passes; some still waiting...

Earlier this year, San Antonio city leaders pledged to have all homeless veterans off the streets by Thursday. While they did not provide KSAT any specific numbers Thursday about how many veterans are still on the streets, some homeless veterans say they're still waiting for help.

For homeless veterans, the keys to a welcoming place

David did not want to be photographed or have his last name used because life wasn't supposed to work out this this way.

Reno organizations team up to house homeless veterans

First Lady Michelle Obama recently released a video, calling on landlords across the country to rent out vacant spaces to homeless veterans.

Michelle Obama Urges Landlords To Take In Homeless Veterans

First lady Michelle Obama has a proposition for any landlord eager to unload vacant space.

This County Now Has No Homeless Veterans

At the beginning of the year, 26 veterans lived on the streets or in emergency shelter. But now the county has reached “functional zero,” meaning that if and when veterans become homeless in the future, it has a system in place and the capacity to immediately get them back into permanent housing.

Former military veteran helps move homeless veterans into homes

Serving the public is in John Emswiler's DNA. A retired army veteran, he's now the police chief in Denison, Iowa. For purposes of this story, he's just John, one of the driving forces behind "Moving Veterans Forward."

Hundreds of homeless veterans found in Central Florida

More than 400 veterans have been found living on Central Florida's streets or in the woods in the past month as officials and volunteers work to get every remaining homeless service member into housing by year's end, local leaders will announce Wednesday.

Homeless veterans buried with honors

Two honorably discharged veterans, both homeless and indigent, were honored with military honors Friday at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens prior to their burial at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell.

VA Aims to Help Homeless, at-Risk Veterans Find Stable Jobs

David Bowles is excitedly making plans to move from a homeless shelter to an apartment of his own in a few weeks, thanks to a new Department of Veterans Affairs program helping homeless veterans find long-term employment.

Special vouchers available for homeless veterans

The Hagerstown Housing Authority is one of 300 public housing authorities receiving special vouchers for homeless veterans, to help place them in a more permanent living situation.

Housing for Homeless Veterans Pushed

In an effort to speed the process of finding housing for homeless veterans in Los Angeles, the VA Secretary joined the city's mayor in appealing to landlords to commit more housing units. The problem is not lack of money for housing subsidies.

How do we help homeless veterans in Alabama?

A summit at Alabama State University was designed for federal, state and local agencies, so they could discuss working to end veteran homelessness. But that didn't stop Delano Caldwell from showing up for answers.

Tech Leaders Donate $5 Million To House Homeless Veterans In SF...

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced a new public-private partnership to construct new housing for formerly homeless veterans and families in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood.

Long Beach Cites Progress in Finding Homes for Homeless Veterans

Long Beach is on track to join the ranks of US cities that have made sufficient housing available for every veteran in need, Mayor Robert Garcia said Wednesday.

Law students help create class that aids homeless veterans

With an estimated 6,000-plus homeless military veterans in Los Angeles County, the handful of legal assistance organizations and attorneys doing pro bono work just aren’t enough to help all eligible veterans access their disability benefits.

Yellow Ribbon program seeks to help Manatee's homeless veterans

Barry is 58 years old. He sometimes sleeps in the park, sometimes in the woods. Barry served honorably in the U.S. military.

$700,000 Grant Funds Two-Year Study to Follow Legal Experiences of 400...

Two-Year Study Aims to Evaluate the Effect of Free Legal Services for Veterans

VA Announces Partnership to House 10,000 Homeless Veterans in 2012

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will collaborate with the “100,000 Homes” Campaign and its 117 participating communities to help find permanent housing for 10,000 vulnerable and chronically homeless Veterans this year

Group of Retired Vets Stands Fast in Fight for Homeless

Every Sunday for the last four years, 70-year-old Bob Rosebrock has faithfully manned his post at the corner of Wilshire and San Vicente boulevards, just feet from a sprawling park at the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs campus.

The Revolution We Will Never See

Around me, 50 million Americans are homeless, living in travel trailers, in tents. 500,000 young veterans, too many with families, have applied for 100% disability compensation. All have supportable medical diagnoses of total disability. Their "paperwork" will remain in limbo for years, until they kill themselves, perhaps their families too. For the best of them, luck, as it has for me, will intercede.