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Homeless Veteran care

If you are a Veteran who is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to financial hardship, unemployment, addiction, depression, or transition from jail, Lovell Federal health care can help you. Contact a homeless services care coordinator to get help.

Homeless Veterans Walk-In Center

The Walk-In Center is offered for Veterans that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to learn about housing options offered through the Grant and Per Diem Program, HUD/VASH, Homeless Veterans Rehabilitation Program (HVRP), as well as community resources.

Social Workers are available to assist with the following:

• Housing Referrals
• Advocacy
• Crisis Prevention
• Safety Planning
• Transportation Information
• Housing Information
• Budgeting Assistance
• Brief Supportive Counseling

Homeless Programs at FHCC Lovell are an integral part of health care, as we strive to eradicate homelessness among Veterans. We assist Veterans with homeless prevention services as well as with emergency, transitional, and permanent housing options. We also assist Veterans with establishing comprehensive care plans (medical, mental health, substance abuse treatment) within the FHCC Lovell Health Care Center.