Helping Veterans and Families. HVAF helps homeless and at-risk veterans return to self-sufficiency. We need your help to continue this mission.



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We are working to end homelessness among veterans. Through a unique partnership with U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs and many community organizations, we provide housing and re-integration services for homeless veterans and programs to prevent at-risk veterans from becoming homeless. But we need your help

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From housing assistance to job placement, HVAF works to make sure veterans have a safe space and skills to create a life of self-sufficiency. Discover how HVAF is working to end homelessness among veterans and how you can help.




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This weekend, we had a wonderful lunch with these Hoosier Heroes at Samuel Bryan Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Public’s Veterans Appreciation Day.They honored all veterans, but specifically highlighted WWII veterans. There were 2 in attendance (front row) - with one turning 100 this fall! It was amazing to thank them all for their service in this way.Thank you for inviting us to be a part of this special day❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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For #MotivationMonday, meet Navy veteran Sherry🇺🇸In 1989, Sherry enlisted in the U.S. Navy. She spent four years repairing submarines in Scotland.After receiving her honorable discharge, Sherry struggled transitioning to civilian life.“It was a difficult transition,” Sherry said. “It’s still difficult even to this day.”In 2019, Sherry moved from Philadelphia to Indianapolis to live closer to family. After living with family for a few years, she wanted to live on her own but needed help. She reached out to HVAF and her case manager set her up in one of our temporary houses.When living there for a few months, she loved being able to come to the pantry to receive her necessary food, hygiene, and clothing items. The VA was able to move her into her own apartment, but she still received employment assistance through HVAF’s VetWorks program.VetWorks – Veterans Workforce Renewing Knowledge and Skills – is an intensive 3 phase work, learn and earn program designed to skill up our veterans to achieve their earning potential. Veterans complete on-the-job training, have access to education/certifications and receive assistance with obtaining a good and promising job.Sherry completed her internship through HVAF’s I.T. Department – while receiving mentorship from I.T. Coordinator Dewayne.“He was a great guy to work with,” Sherry said. “It meant a lot. Dewayne is a good resource.”Because of her experience working with Cisco phones during her I.T. internship, that stuck out in her resume when interviewing with Bell Techlogix. For the very first time in her life, she now runs of their departments!“I’m super excited,” Sherry said. “It’s my season! God has truly been good to me so I’m just trying to embrace it.”This is also her first time to receive any sort of assistance. She thanks HVAF and the VA for getting to where she is today.“They have been awesome and it really means a lot to me,” Sherry said. “It’s been truly a blessing in my life.” ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to American Legion - Post 252 Greenwood, Indiana for financially supporting our mission to end veteran homelessness❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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This week's #SupporterSpotlight goes to Army veteran Ellis! (pictured right)He and his group, Columbia Club Veterans Association, helped our veterans shop for their essential food, clothing, and hygiene items in the pantry."Thank you for the opportunity to continue to serve those who have served. Those few hours we spent were truly impactful for all of us who volunteered that day. I look forward to a continued engagement with your amazing organization!" ❤ ... See MoreSee Less
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