A home and a job can change everything.
We are Indiana’s largest non-profit provider of services for veterans. Our mission is to provide housing and reintegration services to veterans experiencing or at-risk for homelessness.
of Indianapolis' homeless
population are veterans.
veterans in the U.S. living
paycheck to paycheck.
veterans were permanently
housed in 2020.
How we fight homelessness
HVAF of Indiana provides housing to more than 166 homeless veterans through a mix of 15 properties including homes and apartment complexes throughout Indianapolis. HVAF is the largest non-profit provider of comprehensive services for veterans in Indiana. We provide services for all veterans, Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard members, regardless of discharge.
We offer temporary transitional housing for up to 121 veterans each night that includes intensive case management, therapy, employment, and legal services designed to help veterans overcome barriers and obtain permanent housing and employment.
Army veteran Pamela lived in one of our transitional housing units - Manchester Apartments - for 9 months. Now, she has a permanent place to call her home, sweet, home:
We offer rental and utility assistance for veterans and their families who are currently homeless or facing eviction.
When Army veteran Robert got out of jail, he needed help with housing and employment. HVAF helped secure him his very own apartment and a job:
Permanent Supportive Housing
We now offer affordable permanent supportive housing with case management for 47 units at 5 properties.
Watch Air Force veteran Valerie (and family) - move into our first Permanent Supportive Housing unit:
Click here to take a look at our Permanent Supportive Housing Apartments - Moreau Veterans Villa!
Meet Veteran Villa's first tenant - Army veteran Bruce:
We know we cannot house hundreds of veterans each year without your support. Your donation will ensure we can continue housing our Hoosier Heroes for many years to come!
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I lost everything and didn't have a place to go to. Thankfully, HVAF's case managers helped me move into my own apartment. If I need anything, they're there for me. I love living here.