Post-9/11 veterans are 5% more likely than non-veterans of their own age, race, and gender struggle with housing affordability according to Apartment List.
The Housing and Community Development Network of NJ reported on its policy priorities for veterans housing and emergency assistance at the end of Governor Christie’s term.
HUD-VASH vouchers are critical tools in the effort to end veteran homelessness and Congress extended the deadline to make HUD-VASH vouchers available.
Veterans Affairs (VA) announced $9 million in NJ renewal grants for services that assist of low-income veteran families who are permanently housed.
Despite major strides to end homelessness by focusing on veterans and the chronically homeless, some worry the effort diverted resources from others.