Housing Assistance


Resources in San Diego:

  • Veterans Community Services – http://communitycatalysts.org/veterans/ Veterans Community Services (VCS) is a division of Community Catalysts California serving Veteran families in San Diego and Imperial Valley counties. Our primary goal is to help our nation’s military service members and Veterans transition successfully into civilian life. Community Catalysts California supports Veteran’s and their families to gain increased independence and productivity as responsible members of their community.
  • Veterans Village of San Diego - https://vvsd.net/vvsd-programs/housing/ Veterans Village of San Diego (VVSD) offers  housing options to eligible veterans who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. From our Shelter in Point Loma for homeless veterans to affordable housing based on income, there are many options.  VVSD offers bridge housing, rapid rehousing, transitional housing, and support services including moving costs, emergency supplies, transportation services and childcare services
  • Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) - https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/sdhcd/veterans-services/vash.html A collaborative program between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to provide rental assistance to homeless veterans and offer ongoing VA case management and supportive services. Many veterans have used the VASH program to successfully transition to a better life. If you are a homeless veteran, you may receive help from this special program.
  • Foundation for Women Warriors - https://foundationforwomenwarriors.org/warrior-assistance/ Our Warrior Assistance program provides short-term, high impact financial assistance to our women veterans that helps them obtain or retain their homes. Warrior Assistance gives women veterans the urgent and critical relief they need to navigate life’s obstacles, prevent homelessness, make successful life transitions, and serves as a safety net when unforeseen necessary expenses or events place women veterans and their children at risk for falling into (or back into) homelessness. Warrior Assistance grants may be used to cover rent, utilities, car registration, car repairs, or other necessities.