Contact: 619-625-6300 Ext:104
- I have been homeless
- I am a survivor of domestic violence
- I am living with HIV/AIDS
- I am low income and living without furniture because of an event such as fire, bed bugs, flooding etc.
If you meet all requirements contact a VHV Foundation Caseworker.
If you are a homeless veteran in need of a work program. VHV Foundation has opportunities available at the Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta.
Are you a veteran needing housing assistance?
Families (SSVF) program awards grants to private non-profit organizations
and consumer cooperatives who can provide supportive services to very low-
income Veteran families living in or transitioning to permanent housing.
Grantees provide eligible Veteran families with outreach, case management,
and assistance in obtaining VA and other benefits, which may include:
- Health care services
- Daily living services
- Personal financial planning services
- Transportation services
- Fiduciary and payee services
- Legal services
- Child care services
- Housing counseling services
Below is a listing of our local offices that provide SSVF services. For a complete list of all SSVF service providers,
Volunteers of America Carolinas
Volunteers of America Chesapeake
Volunteers of America Colorado Branch
Volunteers of America Florida
Volunteers of America Greater Baton Rouge
Volunteers of America Greater Los Angeles
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans
Volunteers of America Greater New York
Volunteers of America Illinois
Volunteers of America Indiana
Volunteers of America Massachusetts
Volunteers of America Michigan
Need Rental, Electric Bill Assistance?
VHV Foundation does offer financial assistance to active duty veterans, including homeless veterans. You must provide proof of your financial hardship, DD214, Valid State Identification, employment, rather you are receiving state assistance such as Medicaid, TANFF, Food Stamps. Your application must be screened by a VHV Case Management worker for assistance.
Please contact our offices at 619-625-6300