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How Landlords can Help End Veteran Homelessness
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Thirteen percent of U.S. adults who are homeless have served in the military—a staggering number, given that Veterans represent just 7 percent of the overall population. VA is working diligently to end Veteran homelessness by the end of 2015, and you can help.
If you have a rental property, consider participating in a program that has helped tens of thousands of Veterans and their families overcome the challenges of homelessness and lead independent lives.Back to Top
What Is HUD-VASH?
The HUD-VASH program is a collaborative effort among the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and local public housing authorities. Under HUD-VASH (VA Supportive Housing), eligible low-income Veterans receive a Section 8 rental voucher plus case management and supportive services from VA.Back to Top
5 Steps to Become a HUD-VASH Landlord
Housing Inspection Tips
Addressing important maintenance issues can help your property pass a housing inspection the first time around.
Make sure your unit has:
Make sure your unit does not have:
Contact your local housing authority for specific requirements.Back to Top
Other Ways to Serve Homeless Veterans