In honor of Memorial Day, Ohio Valley Goodwill would like to take time to highlight some of the services we offer for homeless veterans in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.
These projects are employment-based programs funded by the Department of Labor. They are designed to help homeless veterans by providing support and assistance in finding employment, obtaining housing and reaching economic independence. Case managers are assigned to veterans to assist in community integration and the pursuit of stability. Ohio Valley Goodwill provides HVRP services throughout the Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana. Services are also available in Adams, Brown, and Clermont counties.
This is a residential program operated by Ohio Valley Goodwill. The program is funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs. It is available to eligible homeless veterans in need of intensive services and employment assistance on the way to self-sufficiency. All program participants are pursuing full-time employment in their community.
Goodwill also operates Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), a VA program designed help veterans who may lose their homes or are recently homeless. It provides rapid re-housing to eligible veterans.
If you are a homeless veteran or know a veteran in need of assistance, please contact Ohio Valley Goodwill to learn more about program eligibility.