Hospitality House and Friends of Nevada County Military joined forces to introduce the Homeless Veterans Housing Program, principally designed to provide housing assistance and homelessness prevention to Veterans and their families, but it also includes safety net care, such as emergency shelter, food, case management, job training, mental health counseling and transportation as needed.
Our Veterans put their lives on the line when serving our Country,” explained Fred Buhler, founder and president of Friends of Nevada County Military. “This program is a way to fulfill our commitment to our Veterans. Our homeless Veterans face an uphill battle. This program will help ensure it’s a battle they’ll win. We are hopeful others will join us in this effort.”
With rising rents amid a housing market with few affordable options, the Homeless Veterans Housing Program gives homeless Veterans a leg up by providing first and last month’s rent, plus security deposit funds if needed. The program also helps to prevent homelessness by offering financial support to maintain their housing. Expenses like past due rent, utility bills or mounting healthcare payments can set a person on the wrong trajectory and this funding can help bridge any financial gaps.
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