Veterans Services

Honored to serve those who served.

VOA's Veterans programs provide supportive services to low-income veterans who are facing homelessness including housing, housing assistance, counseling, employment training, temporary financial assistance, case management, and other supportive services (e.g. access to food, household items, and furniture). The case management services are designed to improve veteran families’ housing stability and may include assistance in securing housing, daily living needs, health care, transportation, fiduciary and payee services, legal aid, child care, financial literacy, etc. Additionally, we connect veterans to the various resources available through Veterans Affairs and other government programs.

Northern California

  • Veteran Employment Services (HVRP)

    Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program is a job training and placement program for eligible veterans. The program conducts extensive outreach to attract both clients and potential employers for job placement.

  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

    Supportive Services for Veteran Families provides services to very low-income veteran families living in or transitioning to permanent housing.

  • Bell Street: Affordable Housing for Veteran Families

    VOA's Bell Street Apartments provide affordable housing to veterans in need.

  • Transitional Housing for Veterans

    The Transitional Housing for Veterans program assists veterans in increasing their income, moving into permanent housing, and accessing medical, dental, mental health, and other services

  • Veterans Service Center

    The Veterans Service Center, is equipped with a high speed internet café where veterans can build resumes, apply for jobs, and video chat with friends and family.

Northern Nevada

  • Veteran Housing

    In partnership with the City of Reno and the Veterans Administration, Volunteers of America operates two housing programs in Northern Nevada for veterans.

Our work with veterans is made possible by the generous support of organizations like The Home Depot Foundation, PG&E, Wells Fargo, and Home Aid.

If you are, or know, a homeless veteran, please contact us