Phoenix housing development

Phoenix City Council allocates $10.5 million from CARES Act to help homeless veterans

“It’s an amazing opportunity for U.S. Vets, but more importantly, for the U.S. Veterans that we serve,” said Michelle Jameson, the executive director of U.S. Vets of Phoenix.   U.S. Vets is a nonprofit that helps veterans overcome any obstacles they may be facing, such as physical health, mental health, or substance abuse. They provide…

Meet A Veteran: Audra Isbell

At U.S.VETS, our veterans and staff inspire us every day, and today we feature Audra Isbell, a U.S.VETS—Las Vegas employee, a veteran, and a Wound Warrior Project alum. Audra served as a Navy Aviator Maintenance Administrationman and her first duty was with VFA-27 squadron and she helped make sure F/A-18E Super Hornets were mission ready…

Wounded Warrior Project Partners with U.S.VETS to expand services for women veterans

The goal of U.S.VETS’ partnership with Wounded Warrior Project is to help enhance and evolve our therapeutic communities in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, and expand services for women veterans.    Today we feature video of WWP’s Chief Program Officer Jennifer Silva as she testified before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Subcommittee on Health,…

West LA VA Campus housing development

Feinstein, Lieu Introduce Bill to House More Homeless Vets at West LA VA Campus

  Washington—Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative Ted Lieu (both D-Calif.) today introduced the West Los Angeles VA Campus Improvement Act, a bill that would allow the West Los Angeles VA Campus to use proceeds from property leasing to build additional housing for homeless veterans. Under current Department of Veterans Affairs regulations, the West LA VA…