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HVAF helps homeless and at-risk veterans return to self-sufficiency.

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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 opportunities to providing skills needed to hold a steady job, HVAF works to make sure veterans have a safe space and skills to get–and–stay independent. Learn more about our services and how you can help.

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It's time for #StatSaturday! Last month, we placed 113 of our #HoosierHeroes in our transitional housing units🏠❤ ... See MoreSee Less
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On Thursday, June 17, President Joe Biden signed into law the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act. HVAF's office will be closed Monday, June 21, to celebrate this momentous day.Here are a few words from our President & CEO, Brian Copes:Happy #Juneteenth!I echo and endorse the President's thoughtful and appropriate remarks when he characterized the observance as, “a day of, in my view, profound weight and profound power,”. He noted that this is the first new national holiday established since Martin Luther King Day in 1983. Mr. Biden said, “all Americans can feel the power of this day, and learn from our history, and celebrate progress and grapple with the distance we’ve come but the distance we have to travel.” Great nations don’t ignore their most painful moments. They don’t ignore those moments of the past. They embrace them. Great nations don’t walk away. We come to terms with the mistakes we made. And in remembering those moments, we begin to heal and grow stronger.One hundred and fifty-six years ago — one hundred and fifty-six years — June 19th, 1865 — a major general of the Union Army arrived in Galveston, Texas, to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation and free the last enslaved Americans in Texas from bondage. A day that became known as Juneteenth. Juneteenth marks both the long, hard night of slavery and subjugation, and a promise of a brighter morning to come. This is a day of profound — in my view — profound weight and profound power.A day in which we remember the moral stain, the terrible toll that slavery took on the country and continues to take — what I’ve long called “America’s original sin.”At the same time, I also remember the extraordinary capacity to heal, and to hope, and to emerge from the most painful moments and a bitter, bitter version of ourselves, but to make a better version of ourselves.I’m especially pleased that we showed the nation that we can come together as Democrats and Republicans to commemorate this day with the overwhelming bipartisan support of the Congress. I hope this is the beginning of a change in the way we deal with one another.By making Juneteenth a federal holiday, all Americans can feel the power of this day, and learn from our history, and celebrate progress, and grapple with the distance we’ve come but the distance we have to travel, Jim.To honor the true meaning of Juneteenth, we have to continue toward that promise because we’ve not gotten there yet. The Vice President and I and our entire administration and all of you in this room are committed to doing just that.We can’t rest until the promise of equality is fulfilled for every one of us in every corner of this nation. That, to me, is the meaning of Juneteenth. That’s what it’s about.In short, this day doesn’t just celebrate the past; it calls for action today. ... See MoreSee Less
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If you stop by our headquarters, you'll see some pretty flowers thanks to these guys!!S/O to these Walmart employees who helped clean our front entrance AND bought and planted these beautiful flowers🌷🌸🌼🌻💐 ... See MoreSee Less
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S/O to Theta Kappa Alpha at IUPUI for beating the heat and doing some much needed yard work at our Warman Houses! 🌱☀️🌳 ... See MoreSee Less
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🇺🇸OUR DONOR IMPACT REPORT IS OUT🇺🇸Check it out: rb-hvaf.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/media/20210611173926/2019-2020-HVAF-Annual-Report.pdf?utm_sour... ... See MoreSee Less
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