Phoenix identifies 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.

Thunderbirds Charities Donates $100,000 to U.S.VETS – Phoenix for New Building

Thunderbirds Charities generously awarded $100,000 for U.S.VETS – Phoenix for renovations in their new location. U.S.VETS – Phoenix has proudly served homeless, at-risk, and underserved veterans for nearly 20 years. As the largest nonprofit exclusively dedicated to veterans in Maricopa County and the United States, U.S.VETS provides case management, mental health counseling, career development, meals, and housing.…

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The City of Phoenix allots $10.5 million to help homeless vets

Phoenix City Council unanimously agreed to give $10.5 million to support homeless veterans after U.S. Vets Phoenix Executive Director Michelle Jameson said her organization no longer had the money to pay rent at their Grand Avenue facility, which is currently housing 170 veterans.   The U.S. Vets Phoenix organization works to house veterans experiencing homelessness…

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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…