Be the leading national resource that integrates knowledge and solutions which address and prevent homelessness among Veterans.
Promote knowledge and solutions to address and prevent homelessness among Veterans.
What We Do
The Center operates within an integrated organizational model, made up of the following key areas:
> Research & Methodology
Conducts and supports research into the causes and contributing factors of Veteran homelessness, assesses the effectiveness of programs, and serves as a resource center for all research activities carried out by both federal and nonfederal entities with respect to Veteran homelessness.
> Program Integration
Integrates evidence-based and best practices, policies, and services into VA programs for homeless and at-risk Veterans and ensures that VA staff and community partners can implement such practices, policies, and programs.
> Model Development & Implementation
Identifies, pilots, and tests the adoption of new and innovative practices and program designs in the provision of services for Veterans experiencing homelessness. Provides technical assistance on new and existing models and offers supportive services to guide the development and operation of programs as they transition to operational status.
> Education & Dissemination
Provides education and training for VA and community partners and disseminates evidence- based and emerging best practices to address homelessness among Veteran populations. Serves as a resource center for training activities related to Veteran homelessness.
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