National Center on Homelessness among Veterans (the Center)
National Center on Homelessness among Veterans
Mission: The National Center on Homelessness among Veterans (the Center) promotes recovery-oriented care for Veterans who are homeless or at risk for homelessness. The Center conducts and supports research; assesses the effectiveness of programs; identifies and disseminates best practices and integrates these practices into polices, programs, and services for homeless or at-risk Veterans; and serves as a resource center for all research and training activities carried out by the Department and by other Federal and non-Federal entities with respect to Veteran homelessness.
Legislative Authority: The Center is established by section 713 of the Jeff Miller and Richard Blumenthal Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2016, Public Law 114-315. The Center operates within an integrated organizational model, comprised of the following cores:
- Model Development & Implementation Core
- Policy/Program Integration Core
- Education & Dissemination Core
- Research & Methodology Core
Check out our site to get more information about the Center’s work, activities, research and projects, and check back often for updates.National Center Fact Sheet
Interagency and Cross-Cutting Initiatives to End and Prevent Veteran Homelessness
National Homeless Reports
- 2017 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) Part 1 - HUD Exchange
Please note: this website is currently being updated.