Homes for All Veterans
Veterans struggling to find or keep a roof over their heads have additional resources thanks to a grant awarded to Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS) by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The grant funding allows RMHS to provide outreach, case management and access to community resources to more than 1,000 Veteran households each year who are either homeless or in danger of homelessness throughout the state of Colorado and southern Wyoming.
Support and Services
Homes for All Veterans provides a wide range of services designed to promote housing stability and alleviate chronic homelessness. Services include assistance with:
- Finding temporary shelter and permanent housing
- Obtaining VA and other public benefits
- Rent, utilities, and food needs
- Health care services
- Legal and financial planning services
- Employment services
To qualify for Homes for All Veterans, an individual must be a U.S. military veteran who:
- is homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless,
- has an income below 50% of area median income for location and household size, and
- has not been dishonorably discharged.
Funding for the Homes for All Veterans program is provided by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.