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VSH Joins the Governor’s Push to House More VeteransDecember 8, 2014
Virginia Supportive Housing is boosting its efforts to serve veterans by participating in the 100 Homes in 100 Days campaign launched by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe on Sept. 24, 2014.
Virginia Supportive Housing already administers the largest and longest-running Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program in Virginia, funded by the Veterans Administration, to serve more than 400 veteran households annually.
“We provide rapid access to rental housing for veterans experiencing homelessness and work to prevent veterans who are unstably housed from losing their housing,” says Libby Tofflemire, Virginia Supportive Housing’s SSVF team manager.
To learn more, visit How We Help and click Supportive Services for Veteran Families.Read full article via VSH
Stephanie’s Heroes: Shawn BradleyDecember 2, 2013
A Charlottesville veteran is turning his life around after struggling with alcoholism, being homeless and dealing with chronic medical issues. People who know Shawn Bradley say he’s their role model for inspiring other to do the same.Read full article via Newsplex.com
Young philanthropists make difference by volunteeringNovember 29, 2013
The little boy in the red shirt couldn’t speak much, and Haley Rising didn’t have much experience with autism, but together they created something special at the Children’s Museum of Richmond.Read full article via Richmond Times Dispatch
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Virginia Supportive Housing and VHDA win National Housing AwardNovember 20, 2013
Richmond – Virginia Supportive Housing (VSH), the statewide non-profit organization that serves homeless adults by providing permanent, supportive housing, recently received a national housing award recognizing outstanding achievement from the National Council of State Housing Agencies in partnership with the Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA), the state’s housing finance agency.Read full article via The Southwest Times