HERE AT OUR PHOENIX LOCATION,

U.S.VETS – Phoenix has proudly served more than 10,000 veterans since 2001, helping them with housing, workforce development, and case management services.

Our current location at Grand Veterans village is home to 152 veterans transitioning from homelessness to housing and 30 Low-income rentals. In 2021 we will be moving to a new location that will allow us to serve more veterans.

SERVICES

HOUSING

Veterans seeking housing should contact Ed Welch to inquire about transitional and permanent housing opportunities, or our Supportive Services for Veteran Families program which assists low-income families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless find safe and affordable transitional or permanent housing.

Outreach Team
602.757.9723 or 602.859.7329

Supportive Services for Veteran Families
602.441.0612

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

U.S.VETS—Phoenix is pleased to offer free mental health services such as individual and group counseling as well as substance use treatment to veterans who need it.

INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT

U.S.VETS— Phoenix provides wraparound services structured to fit the needs of each person who needs them. Those services include but are not limited to case management and aftercare services.

Outreach Team
602.757.9723 or 602.859.7329

Supportive Services for Veteran Families
602.441.0612

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Veterans in need of employment assistance or career counseling should contact Bonnie Alvarado to inquire about our Career Center and career counseling services. The program is designed to help veterans translate their military experience into civilian employment opportunities.

FEATURED IN ZILLOW’S FINDING HOME IN AMERICA

The statistics are sobering — in the U.S., there are 40,000 homeless veterans and another 1.4 million who are at risk of becoming homeless. U.S.VETS provides them with a place to live, career assistance, mental health services and a hard-earned sense of peace.

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PHOENIX FACT SHEET
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AFTERCARE MANAGEMENT
Aftercare Case Management works with veterans to help keep them in their homes and successfully integrate them into their communities.

SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES
Are you in need of housing assistance?

VETERANS SERVED
bed nights
39,890
meals
28,730
placed into jobs
189
obtained permanent housing
243
engaged by outreach
390
mental health assessments
592
Budget
U.S.VETS - Phoenix
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Transitional Housing
52%
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Rapid Rehousing
24%
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Long Term Supportive Housing
2%
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Employment/Career
9%
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Administration
13%

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

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3507 North Central Avenue

Suite 200

Phoenix, AZ 85012

602.717.6682

To donate or volunteer please contact:

Kristen Kerns
602.448.1235
kkerns@usvetsinc.org

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