South Bay Program To House Homeless Veterans Makes StridesOne year after two South Bay officials made a pledge to help homeless veterans, the program they started was celebrating the progress that has been made.
Higher Power: San Jose Looks To Churches For Housing Homeless VetsIn the struggle to end homelessness, the City of San Jose is calling on a higher power. Church leaders, along with the mayor and advocacy groups, came together to kick off an initiative called “Housing One Hero.”
Tech Leaders Donate $5 Million To House Homeless Veterans In SF Mission BaySan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced a new public-private partnership to construct new housing for formerly homeless veterans and families in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood.
Depression And Homelessness Struggles Among U.S. VeteransHomelessness among veterans is a complex problem, and a difficult one to resolve. But there is hope, and resources.
Jefferson Award Winner Committed To Helping East Bay Homeless VeteransThe most recent homeless count in Alameda County shows 12 percent of the homeless are veterans. It's a troubling statistic, and one that this week's Jefferson Award winner is committed to changing.
Homeless, Low-Income Veterans Receive Free Suits At SF St. Anthony's Foundation In honor of Veteran’s Day Monday, St. Anthony’s Foundation of San Francisco organized a free suit giveaway for the homeless and low-income veterans.
San Francisco’s Efforts To House Homeless Veterans Making Headway According to San Francisco's director of housing opportunity, 110 chronically homeless veterans have been found a place to stay through the program in the past 100 days.
Rep. Pelosi, Mayor Lee Meet With SF Homeless Vets At Outreach EventDemocratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee attended a homeless veterans outreach event in the city Wednesday as part of a nationwide initiative to help raise awareness about the services available to them.
Housing Help On The Way For Bay Area’s Homeless VeteransA new grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development will help the Bay Area take hundreds of homeless veterans off the street. The $4 million will be used towards helping those who served their country find permanent housing.