Everyone at VLP has a passion for helping Veterans get back on their feet. We serve Veterans with housing, wellness, career development, and support services so that they can live the fulfilling lives they deserve.
Regardless of VA eligibility, discharge status, or length of service, VLP is on a mission to serve all who served. Because your service counts. VLP serves over 8,300 Veterans annually with housing, wellness, career development, and supportive services. We provide service throughout 30 counties in Pennsylvania, New York, and Ohio including Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Erie, Fayette, Forest, Fulton, Greene, Huntingdon, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean, Mercer, Somerset, Venango, Warren, Washington, Westmoreland, Chautauqua, NY and Ashtabula, OH Counties.
In 2022, we empowered:
“I went from homeless to housed with a full-time job within four months of participating in this program. Kept me afloat through the COVID crisis when I was laid off with a special extension to help me continue paying rent, as well as emergency food services for several months. They also gave me furniture, food, a laptop, and several other amenities as a direct result of participation in the program. I can say I would literally have none of these things without the amazing staff at VLP. If you’re a struggling veteran and you’re not utilizing their services, you should be.”
—Anonymous VeteranVIEW ALL
For nearly 40 years, VLP has operated with a focus on empowering Veterans to navigate the transition from service member to citizen by providing collaborative, supportive, and service-oriented expertise and resources delivered through comprehensive programs and partnerships. VLP serves nearly 4,000 Veterans annually through comprehensive and holistic wellness, mental, emotional, and physical health, well-being, and safety programming and support for Veterans and their subdivisions, in pursuit of their mission of helping Veterans to reach their fullest potential in their civilian lives. Other Ways to Get Involved:
Veterans Leadership Program (VLP) is Pennsylvania’s premier Veteran-centric 501(c)3 (25-1434643) organization providing essential services to Veterans and their families. Whether you’re looking for help or you want to get involved with VLP’s mission, please reach out for more information and we’ll get you the resources you need as soon as possible.