Funded by the Department of Veteran Affairs that aims to improve low-income housing stability, this program is available in Essex and Middlesex Counties and administered in collaboration with Volunteers of America MA.
Veteran Support Programs
Supportive Services For Veteran Families
The SSVF program aims to improve housing stability for low-income veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. If you are homeless, or at immediate risk of becoming homeless, please contact us immediately at (978) 372-3626 (M-F 8am-4pm), or email@example.com.
VNEOC operates several facilities that provide a range of options for Veterans in need of housing support. We provide transitional housing to homeless veterans which gets them off the streets and provides some structure and case management. As the Veteran’s situation improves, we can offer Single Room Occupancy group home settings and subsidized housing on the open market. The goal is to help move toward self-sufficiency and have them to move on to permanent housing and independent, productive lives.
VA Claims and Benefit Support Services
Accessing your earned Veterans Benefits through the VA can be a daunting task. To assist Veterans with developing and submitting requests for benefits and VA disability claims our registered VA claims.
specialist has weekly on-site appointments and can also provide over the phone service (by appointment).
VETERAN EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
Our Veteran Employment Team strives to assist Veterans within our local communities to thrive and maximize their employment opportunities. We provide a wide variety of supportive services:
WEEKLY FOOD PANTRY
Food scarcity in the Veteran Community is a growing concern. Each Thursday from 0900 to 1300, we host a food pantry for any Veteran and their family. These are open to all Veterans, regardless of income. Simply register beforehand and then come in as needed.