There is a blueprint and we can move forward so that one day none of the men and women who have served our country find themselves without a home.”
On August 21st, the NJ Department of Community Affairs was awarded 15 new VASH vouchers valued at $133,011. The Philadelphia VA Medical Center will provide supportive services.
The Senate THUD bill fared significantly better than its House counterpart, as proposed THUD program funding increased to $54.5 billion in FY14 from $53.4 in FY13.
In early October, the expanded SSVF programs will start seeing clients, and many communities could potentially house 70, 80, or even 100 percent of their homeless veterans.
On Wednesday, May 15, the House passed H.R. 384, the Homes for Heroes Act, which was introduced by Representative Al Green and co-sponsored by Congressmen Holt and LoBiondo.