The Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce has selected U.S.VETS – Las Vegas as its 2022 Nonprofit of the Year, recognizing its commitment to ending veteran homelessness. “We’re honored to receive this accolade on behalf of our team who serve our veterans every single day, helping them move into permanent supportive housing and access the services…
Prescott will receive $2.4 million in new funding for Fort Whipple to assist homeless veterans.
Rep. Nguyen gets special thanks for helping obtain $2.4M veteran housing grant.
Kaiser Permanente is helping service providers like U.S.VETS address issues of housing and homelessness, food security, and economic opportunity.
Kaiser Permanente awards a grant to U.S.VETS, enabling the hiring of an on-site nurse.
Waianae celebrates 15 years of providing shelter, career help and services to homeless.
U.S.VETS offers veterans career services, including help finding a job and training.
David Traxler is interviewed about the work U.S.VETS-Houston is doing to serve transitioning veterans and those at-risk to experience homelessness.
KPRC 2 showcases nonprofits making a difference in the Houston area, including U.S.VETS-Houston, a local organization providing housing, counseling and job placement programs to veterans. Executive Director David Traxler and former client Michael Henderson are interviewed. The organization targets transitioning veterans without permanent housing through behavioral health services and job training and resume assistance. A fan of the organization, Henderson describes his positive experience working with staff, who helped him land him a job in four days. U.S.VETS is currently looking to expand and is exploring a new home.
U.S.VETS —#Phoenix is excited to announce that it has identified its new permanent home. The new location will provide 152 transitional housing beds for veterans experiencing homelessness and 50 low-income rental units. This story was originally published by the City of Phoenix Facebook here.