Helping America's Most Vulnerable

Supportive Services for Veterans Families

Volunteers of America recognizes that veteran homelessness is an ongoing problem – our efforts continue in earnest.

Our Supportive Services for Veteran Families program exists to provide supportive services to low income/homeless veterans and their families in the Greater New Orleans area. We work with veterans on a case-by-case basis to ensure they and their families are receiving the help they need to stay off the streets. Veterans who are enrolled in the program work with professional case managers who support veterans in becoming self-sufficient. Services may include housing, medical/dental assistance, employment guidance, money management, transportation and other assistance based on individual needs.  

To learn more or to see if you qualify, call Supportive Services at 504.483.3558

military_family_reunited_320x177.jpg "My life will never be the same again. Every time I think about being homeless, I thank the Supportive Services for Veteran Families program for giving my family the pride and dignity to continue living."

In 2014 this program housed and/or prevented homelessness for 310 Veterans in Greater New Orleans.This program was instrumental in accomplishing Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s challenge to end Veteran homelessness.

Veteran Services
Transitional Housing Program