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HUD and VA Invest $78 Million in HUD-VASH Program, Aiding Over 7,000 Veterans with Stable Housing and Essential Services

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HUD and the VA are investing $78 million in the HUD-VASH program to provide housing and essential services to over 7,000 veterans.

HUD and VA Join Forces to Combat Veteran Homelessness with $78 Million Investment in HUD-VASH Program

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) are teaming up to tackle veteran homelessness. They’re investing $78 million in HUD-Veteran Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) vouchers, helping over 7,000 veterans find stable housing, according to the report of UPI.

The HUD-VASH program not only provides housing aid but also essential services like healthcare crucial for veterans to maintain their housing. This comprehensive support aims to ensure veterans can secure and keep their homes.

HUD’s Acting Secretary, Adrianne Todman, highlights the HUD-VASH program’s importance in ending veteran homelessness. Their commitment reflects a national effort to honor veterans by providing them with stable housing.

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Housing Agencies and VA Medical Centers Collaborate to Drive Success in Ending Veteran Homelessness with HUD-VASH Program

Housing agencies and VA Medical Centers team up in programs like HUD-VASH to help homeless veterans. This partnership shows a solid commitment to giving every veteran a home and support.

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