In 2017, Over a 554,000 Veterans are homeless. That’s 17% of the population.

On a single night in January 2018, just over 37,800 Veterans were experiencing homelessness. On the same night, just over 23,300 of the Veterans counted were unsheltered or living on the street. Between 2017 and 2018, there was a 5.4 percent decrease in the estimated number of homeless Veterans nationwide.We work over vast areas around all over world to eliminate poverty. We work to provide proper housing, personal hygiene products, clothing employment and education for the veterans living on the streets.

A Community Battle, Yours & Ours

USA-VETS ‘A HAND UP PROJECT’

A Veteran helping other Veterans.

USA-VETS ‘A HAND UP PROJECT’

A Veteran helping other Veterans.

A Veteran helping other Veterans.

Donations & Grants Help to End Veteran Homelessness

There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer.

Donations & Grants Help to End Veteran Homelessness

There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer.

There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer.

USA-VETS Homeless Veteran Resource & Services

He gave and gave. Who will give to him?

USA-VETS Homeless Veteran Resource & Services

He gave and gave. Who will give to him?

He gave and gave. Who will give to him?

Hiring Veterans Will Tackle Largest Issues Facing Veteran Employment

We help put Veterans to work.

Hiring Veterans Will Tackle Largest Issues Facing Veteran Employment

We help put Veterans to work.

We help put Veterans to work.

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TEMPORARY HOUSED

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BAGS OF GROCERY

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COMMUNITIES REACHED

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PEOPLE CLOTHED

USA- VETS NETWORK IN ACTION

See how we are reaching thousands of veterans, families, individuals and expanding our help with the homeless all across California and then America.

We focus on civilian life for veterans and housing for the homeless, that being our focal point, we provide housing and real time services and support necessary to help homeless Veterans and families.

Our main purpose with Veterans in transition and homeless individuals, is to provide the necessary path to gain a productive and meaningful life in America today.

Connected services include but not limited to: housing, transitional housing, shared housing, rentals and purchase, clothing, groceries, personal hygiene products.

We also help with VA benefit claim and entitlement assistance, counseling, education, job training and job leads.

USA- VETS NETWORK BLOG

See how we are helping veterans and influencing others organizations to help America.

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Many of American older generation Veterans and their families have faced poverty for decades, and now some veterans of a younger generation are dealing with the same difficult issues.