NO HERO SHOULD EVER BE HOMELESS

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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Thank you all SO much for your support ❤️❤️The ALR Chapter 355 presented a $1,000 check to HVAF - Helping Veterans And Families. We are very proud to support a great organization. ... See MoreSee Less
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#MotivationMonday Meet Army veteran Nicki🇺🇸At the end of 2020, Army veteran Nicki was living in her car with nowhere to go. Thankfully, she reconnected with a friend who told her about HVAF.One of HVAF’s case managers was able to place her in a hotel. But a few weeks later, she received devastating news: breast cancer. Over the next year, Nicki went through three surgeries, 13 weeks of chemotherapy, and five weeks of radiation. During that entire time, HVAF paid for her hotel stay and provided her with the support she needed to stay strong.“I wish I had never gotten cancer. But if it wasn’t for HVAF I would have been dead,” Nicki said. “No doubt about it. I’m very appreciative and very grateful.”Nicki is especially thankful for her case manager, Cherelle. She said she doesn’t know what she would do without her.“Nicki is resilient and strong and committed,” Cherelle said. “Just like her service for our country – she exemplified that in her life.”In addition to now having her own apartment, Nicki is also able to receive food stamps and disability. Her next steps are finding a job and hopefully giving back to HVAF and cancer nonprofit organizations.“I want to start my life back. I’m not ready to just sit back,” Nicki said. “Once I get on my feet, I want to give back. I feel like that’s my purpose.” ... See MoreSee Less
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