Supportive Services for Veteran Families

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From Lake Erie to Lake Michigan: our veterans matter, their service matters and their dignity is deserved.

Have you ever served in the military?
Are you experiencing housing crisis?

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) provides short-term supportive services for very low-income veterans and their families to help with rent evictions and to rapidly re-house those who are already homeless. We provide case management and temporary financial assistance to connect eligible veterans in housing crisis with needed services to promote housing stability to their families.

Volunteers of America Michigan has been working with our nation's veterans since World War I. Our staff works day in and day out to ensure that our heroes have the tools necessary to build their life here at home.

Fill out the form below to have a staff member contact you or Call 877-509-VETS.

Available Services

• Housing stability planning
• Employment and training services
• Legal assistance
• Security deposits for rent & utilities
• Rent assistance
• Utility assistance
• Transportation services
• Emergency supplies
• Moving Costs
• Financial Empowerment
• Connection to VA benefits & programs
• Connection to public benefits & mainstream, community resources
...and much more

Supportive services offered free to veterans and all payments are made to third-parties.

Where we are located

• Allegan       • Jackson
• Barry           • Kalamazoo
• Berrien       • Kent
• Calhoun     • Muskegeon
• Clinton        • Ottawa
• Eaton           • Van Buren
• Ingham       • Wayne*

*Our service in Wayne County is in the Detroit Continuum of Care limits which includes Detroit, Highland Park, and Hamtramck.

Documents needed to enroll

• Social security card
• Valid Photo ID
• Proof of income
• DD-214
• Dependent’s birth certificate(s)
• Dependent’s social security card(s)

Who qualifies for SSVF Assistance?

• Head of household or spouse must have served in active duty in the Army, Navy, Air Force or Marines, and who was discharged or released from their service under conditions other than dishonorable. The term “family” is used herein, and is inclusive of all household compositions, including single persons.

• Have an annual income below 80% of the area median household income.

• Must be literally homeless or imminently at risk of literal homelessness.


Words in action: See how SSVF helped Nate move into his first place of his own at the age of 62

Contact us today
Phone: 877-509-VETS

Funding made possible by the Department of Veteran Affairs