SERVICES

HOUSING

Every veteran deserves stability and a place to call home. U.S.VETS follows a Housing First model. Our housing programs offer both temporary and permanent solutions to uplift at-risk, low-income, and homeless veterans and families.

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Woman vet with a puppy

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Veterans transitioning into civilian life often experience great difficulty and stress during their adjustment. Many times, those difficulties are due to combat-related traumatic events which, if left untreated, could cause serious obstacles to stability and prosperity in civilian life. U.S.VETS offers free counseling and treatment services designed to address the unique needs of each client in a safe and confidential environment.

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U.S.VETS Career Center computer lab

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Gainful employment can be a crucial first step to transforming a veteran’s life.  Through U.S.VETS Career Centers and career counseling services, we help veterans translate their military experience into civilian employment opportunities.  At the same time, we foster long-term relationships with large employers committed to hiring veterans.  As a result, we help expedite the placement process and expand employment opportunities for the veterans we serve.

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INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT

Because no two veterans’ circumstances are the same, we review their specific needs to provide a wide range of support designed just for them. Whether it be food and clothing assistance, legal aid, help with military benefits, transportation, peer-to-peer support, or therapeutic activities, we will do whatever it takes to provide the help our veterans need to get back on their feet.

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SUCCESS STORIES

DANIEL ADAMIK
DANIEL ADAMIK
“It is due to the unwavering support of U.S.VETS that I have been able to rapidly and successfully transition from homelessness to having my own residence after 36 years without one.”

U.S. Navy
U.S.VETS — Inglewood
ANA MARTINEZ
ANA MARTINEZ
“I went from living in a car to being a homeowner. I went from crawling to walking to finally running. I needed U.S.VETS and I was in the right place and on the right path. My future is very bright; I was given me back!”

U.S. Army
U.S.VETS — Las Vegas
ANTHONY BROWN
ANTHONY BROWN
“U.S.VETS is my home to come to with other veterans. Once I am done recovering from my heart attack, I plan to focus on getting employment & my own home.”

U.S. Army
U.S.VETS — Washington D.C.
KIBEN LOVE
KIBEN LOVE
“I believe that U.S.VETS provides the tools and encouragement to help veterans excel through their circumstances.”

U.S. Marine Corps
U.S.VETS — Long Beach
TESS RUTHERFORD
TESS RUTHERFORD
“It’s great to know that there is an organization that works so earnestly hard in helping vets secure employment.”

U.S. Air Force
U.S.VETS — Patriotic Hall
JACK ANDERSON
JACK ANDERSON
“I think U.S.VETS is awesome, great for veterans to regather themselves and transition back into the community. U.S.VETS has a lot of great programs, but the heart of U.S.VETS is to help veterans get out of homelessness and prepare veterans so they do not become homeless again.”

U.S. Marine Corps
U.S.VETS — Phoenix
KENNY CAPEHART
KENNY CAPEHART
“We are all worth saving. We all are worthwhile. I am very grateful and very happy that I found this family. And I am going to keep this family.”

U.S. Air Force
U.S.VETS — Prescott
AMBER ROSE KEPOO
AMBER ROSE KEPOO
“U.S.VETS — Wai'anae Civic Center has been a blessing to me. They have inspired me to be positive and seek a better lifestyle for me and my ohana.”

U.S.VETS — Wai'anae
BO BOTELHO
BO BOTELHO
“I started at U.S.VETS as a homeless veteran and now I get to help other homeless veterans like myself improve their lives.”

U.S. Navy
U.S.VETS — Barber’s Point
DAVID P.
DAVID P.
“Being at U.S.VETS lets me relax and not have to worry about so much. I have a place to live and food and people who help me.”

U.S. Army
U.S.VETS — Houston

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2019 ANNUAL REPORT

Coming Soon – Download and read the U.S.VETS 2019 Annual Report.

EXPANDING VETERAN HOUSING

U.S.VETS is developing emergency, transitional, and permanent supportive housing to meet the needs of homeless and at-risk veterans and their families.