Housing & Supportive Services for Veterans
Ending homelessness among Veterans is an achievable, national priority. Through flexible programming, innovative community planning, dedicated resources, and enhanced data coordination, many communities have achieved and sustained the Federal Criteria and Benchmarks for Ending Homelessness among Veterans, and have made other significant strides. These efforts have tested promising service and housing approaches among Veterans that are now being used to transform local homeless crisis response systems for other subpopulations and overall.
TAC’s multidisciplinary team works with the Department of Veterans Affairs, community-based programs, and other partners to promote and inform community and national strategies focused on this unique population and resource pool.
Areas of Expertise
- Design, financing, and administration of supportive housing, rapid rehousing, and homelessness prevention programs and initiatives
- Key resources such as Supportive Services for Veteran Families, HUD-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH), and VA Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem; HUD mainstream affordable housing and targeted homeless assistance programs; and tax credit/specialty subsidy programs
- Alignment of federal, state, and local policies, programs, and resources to better serve Veterans
- Community planning and partnerships
- Resource and demand analysis, crisis response system evaluation, and program evaluation/monitoring
- Promising and effective RRH practices, system considerations, and program design