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Leaving homelessness for a job and a permanent home can be challenging. Homeless Veterans' Reintegration Programs (HVRPs) operate under the principle that in addition to a home, veterans need the income to maintain that home and to meet their personal needs. The staff at every HVRP is dedicated to helping veterans prepare for and secure a good job that matches the veterans’ interests, abilities, and needs. The employment focus of HVRP distinguishes it from most other programs for people experiencing homelessness. Although staff focus on job searching and securing employment, they also offer supportive services to ensure that veterans have shelter and a pathway to permanent housing.

HVRPs are not located in every community, but you can find out whether one is located near you by looking at our HVRP map. Call the HVRP nearest you and ask them for assistance.

HVRPs are prepared to enroll job-ready veterans whose goal it is to work full- or part-time. If you are uncertain about the kind of work you want to do or what jobs you may be qualified for, HVRP staff will help you identify a job goal. Once enrolled in HVRP, you will be assisted by an employment specialist. Employment specialists routinely help veterans access job training, search for jobs, prepare for job interviews, and retain employment.

Keeping Up the Good Work

Keeping Up the Good Work

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Veteran Success Stories

Veteran Success Stories