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Programs & Services

We offer a wide range of programs designed specifically to address the unique needs of veterans.

Making a

Since 1993

Benefited from Residential services3,000+ Veterans served
each day
Benefited from Residential services
40,000 + have benefited from
housing and services
Obtained full-time employment
11,000+ have obtained full-time

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  • …and Justice for All: COO Darryl Vincent Featured in Midweek’s Go Kapolei

    “In his eyes, helping those who served our country isn’t anything heroic, it’s his duty.” Friends in our Kapolei, Hawai’i community have recognized Darryl Vincent, COO, as a local resident who has made it his mission to be a part of the solution ending homelessness amongst our nation’s heroes. Over the past 12 years, Darryl has worked to build a program for military veterans and their families providing assistance in housing, counseling, career development and comprehensive support. U.S.VETS is continually growing, providing tangible outcomes creating homeless prevention to our community. Please click here for the full story.

  • IN THE NEWS: U.S.VETS – Houston Receives $200,000 for Mental Health Counseling

    The Texas Veterans Commission has awarded U.S.VETS – Houston with $200,000 to provide mental health counseling to veterans. Individual and group counseling can be hugely beneficial to veterans who are navigating the difficult transition between military and civilian life. With this new grant, U.S.VETS – Houston will be able to hire two new full-time counselors to help vets as they work to meet their goals of employment, stable housing and independence. This program is supported by a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance provides grants to organizations serving Texas Veterans and their families. ABC News 13 was there to share the story:

  • IN THE NEWS: For many returning veterans, despair can lead to homelessness

    KSNV (Las Vegas) recently joined the U.S.VETS – Las Vegas outreach team as they offered help to homeless veterans. Nearly 900 homeless veterans live on the streets of southern Nevada – a number both shocking and heart breaking. Many suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder and other stresses of combat. For 10 years, U.S. veteran Deon Derby has been pounding the pavement with U.S. Vets, a non-profit group that offers housing, and support for those who served. The homeless camps dotting empty lots throughout the valley are where veteran Deon Derby spends much of his time searching for military veterans who may have slipped through the cracks… Click here for the rest of the story and to watch the video.

  • Tune In to U.S.VETS

    Chris Cano and his panel have created a new radio show called The Veterans Movement which focuses on endeavors that relate to enhancing the lives of veterans.  This radio show gave Darryl Vincent, COO, and Dr. Kim Cook, Executive Director for U.S.VETS – Barbers Point, the opportunity to speak about the mission of our program and to highlight our services and expansion. They were both honored to represent U.S.VETS on the Rick Hamada show, recording in the Clear Channel studios. The radio show was hosted by Hawai’i’s very own radio personality, Rick Hamada, and was aired on Saturday March 15, 2014. Darryl and Kim had the chance to provide insight in to the problem of homelessness amongst the veteran population and allowed them to speak about how we have expanded into homeless prevention through SSVF, Supportive Services to Veterans Families. SSVF offers temporary assistance to at-risk, low-income families in an effort to keep them from becoming homeless or to intervene rapidly once a veteran becomes homeless. On Wednesday, March 19th, Dr. Kim Cook had another opportunity to talk about the work of U.S.VETS when she was invited by Veterans United Foundation to be interviewed by local TV personality, Mrs. Bernadette Baraquio – Hamada, on the LIVING LOCAL with the Baraquios show. Celebrating nearly 10 years and more than 200 episodes of broadcast excellence, LIVING LOCAL’s mission is to entertain, educate, inform and inspire through visual, meaningful and compelling stories. It was with gratitude that Dr. Cook discussed the impact that Veterans […]

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