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Grantees & Profiles

Current DOL-VETS Grantees

These grantees provide employment and other services to different veteran populations that are homeless or at risk of homelessness.


HVRP BEST PRACTICES PROJECT

Background

The Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program Best Practices Project was produced by the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) in partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor-Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (DOL-VETS). It contains profiles of some of the nation’s most effective homeless veteran employment assistance programs, and is designed to inform community-based organizations and government agencies about the essential components of a comprehensive program that can be replicated and can successfully compete for federal grants. All of the organizations highlighted in this work receive grants under the DOL-VETS Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, and most have served as guideposts for other community-based homeless service providers that have developed employment assistance programs.

To download the updated Best Practices: Profiles of Promising Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program Grantees, click here.

To download the previous edition of Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP) Best Practices Project, click here

HVRP grantee programs featured in these guides:

Arizona

  • U.S. Veterans Initiative-Phoenix. – Phoenix

California

  • Interfaith Community Services – San Diego
  • New Directions Inc. – Los Angeles
  • People Assisting The Homeless (PATH) – Los Angeles
  • Swords to Plowshares – San Francisco
  • The Salvation Army Haven – Los Angeles
  • The Salvation Army, Bell Shelter – Los Angeles
  • Veterans Village of San Diego – San Diego
  • Vietnam Veterans of California – Santa Rosa
  • Volunteers of America-Los Angeles – Los Angeles

Colorado

  • Denver Department of Human Services, Veterans Marching Forward – Denver

Illionois/Iowa

  • Goodwill Industries of the Heartland – Iowa City

Indiana

  • Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation of Indiana Inc. – Indianapolis

Kentucky

  • Volunteers of America of Kentucky and Tennessee – Louisville

Maine

  • Maine Department of Labor – Portland

Maryland

  • Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training – Baltimore

Massachusetts

  • Veterans Benefits Clearinghouse – Roxbury
  • Veterans Inc. – Worcester

Michigan

  • Michigan Veterans Foundation – Detroit

Minnesota

  • Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans – Minneapolis

Missouri

  • St. Patrick Center – St. Louis

New York

  • Albany Housing Coalition – Albany
  • America Works of New York, Inc. – New York City
  • Black Veterans for Social Justice Inc. – Brooklyn
  • Salvation Army Rochester – Rochester
  • Saratoga Rural Preservation Company – Ballston Spa
  • Veterans Outreach Center, Inc. – Rochester

North Carolina

  • Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry Inc. – Asheville

Ohio

  • Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries – Cincinnati
  • Volunteers of America of Central Ohio – Columbus
  • Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio – Cleveland

Oregon

  • Central City Concern – Portland metropolitan area
  • Easter Seals Oregon – Portland

Pennsylvania

  • Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service and Education Center – Philadelphia
  • Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania, Inc. – Pittsburgh

Tennessee

  • Operation Stand Down Nashville – Nashville

Texas

  • American GI Forum National Veterans Outreach Program, Inc. – San Antonio
  • Goodwill Industries of Houston –Houston
  • SEARCH Homeless Services – Houston

Washington

  • Snohomish County Workforce Development Council – Everett
  • Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs – Olympia

Wisconsin

  • Center for Veterans Issues Ltd. – Milwaukee

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