VLP’s Victory supportive housing program provides Veterans in Allegheny County with ongoing financial support for their housing needs as well as one-on-one case management. Veterans who are experiencing homelessness can be assessed for and referred to VLP’s Victory program through the Allegheny County Link. Once Veterans have moved into Victory housing, the VLP team continues to build rapport by working alongside each Veteran to set goals, creating a budget and ultimately working towards self-sufficiency and sustainability.
All referrals are sent to VLP through the Allegheny Link: (866) 730-2368
Army Veteran Eli was referred to VLP after finding himself homeless and was promptly enrolled him into our Rapid-Rehousing Program. Shortly after moving into his new apartment, Eli successfully completed a workforce development training and is now gainfully employed!
“I am changed for the better. VLP gave me peace of mind,” said Eli. “I kept pushing and pushing and beating the pavement. VLP helped me a lot, they stood by me. I really appreciate them.”
—Veteran EliRead All
“I recommend this program because I was in a homeless shelter. Jason came and got me and my dogs and put me in bridge housing. Then Jenni even though she is new she is phenomenal she helps in anyway she can, she went out of her way to bring me dog food and extra items for my house, which I now have, and she is helping me move my items from storage, I am so grateful for the program, I would recommend this program to someone in crisis, Jenni and Jason made me feel cared for and like I mattered thank you!”
—Veteran EileenRead All
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.