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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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Donating your time and effort to support veterans in need nationwide.

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Help unemployed veterans find meaningful work to be self-sufficient members of civilian society.

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What’s Happening Now >


  • IN THE NEWS: Event Aimed at Getting Veterans Off Las Vegas Streets

    Last week, U.S.VETS – Las Vegas hosted the 6th annual “Honoring Those Who Serve” Benefit Dinner at the Aliante Casino + Hotel.  Four hundred guests attended and enjoyed a delicious dinner and live music.  Guests also participated in an exciting live and silent auction for prizes such as hotel stays, show tickets, airfare and historical tours of Washington D.C., an all-inclusive travel package to beautiful Hawaii, and this year’s featured prize a patriotic hand painted canvas created live at the event!  The event was a memorable celebration honoring veterans and the military while raising $84,000 to support the Las Vegas site’s programs for homeless and at-risk veterans. The event also highlighted the service of local heroes in Southern Nevada.  The following Local Hero Awards were presented for their service to veterans and the military within the community: Local Civilian Heroes Terry Fator Mayor Andy Hafen Wayne Leroy Local Veteran Hero Barry Keller Local Organization Heroes MGM Resorts International Veteran Employee Network Group Nellis Air Force Base Public Health Clinic USO Las Vegas     Fox5 News came out to talk to Executive Director Shalimar Cabrera and some of our veteran clients about the event: Navy veteran Gregory Anderson knows just how beneficial the dollars raised at the event are. Nine years ago he was down on his luck and had nowhere to turn to while going through disability. “[The] goodness of U.S.VETS, it allowed me to not be on the street, to have three square meals a day,” Anderson said. […]

  • IN THE NEWS: U.S.VETS – Inland Empire Secures Funding for New Housing Project

    The long-anticipated project at U.S.VETS – Inland Empire’s main site, on March Air Force Base in Riverside, California, is soon to be a reality. New units will be built that will allow the site to accommodate more veterans. Groundbreaking is anticipated sometime early next year. Check out the full story in the Press Enterprise.

  • IN THE NEWS: Providing for Homeless Vets in Southeast D.C.

    On October 9, volunteers from Team Depot were on hand to help U.S.VETS as we prepare our new site in Washington D.C., which will provide a home for 85 homeless veterans. NewsChannel8 came by to capture the story. Please enjoy the video: Visit ABC7’s website for the full story.

  • U.S.VETS is Providing “Housing First” in Hawaii

    Housing First is a program that provides the homeless community the immediate housing, with the case management needed for stable living to follow. On September 4th, 2014, Hawai’i News Now, interviewed 88-year-old Air Force Veteran Thomas Murray V, who was placed in subsidized housing through the Housing First grant in June of 2013. Mr. Murray was one of the first homeless seniors to get a rental through the U.S.VETS Housing First program last year. U.S.VETS Chief Operating Officer, Darryl Vincent, speaks about the philosophy of Housing First and how U.S.VETS is adopting approach in order to address needs of chronically homeless, vulnerable, unsheltered individuals. “We have some in town, some as far out as Waianae and Leeward coast,” explained Vincent. “They’re women, they’re men, they’re young. They’re older.” The Housing First team at U.S.VETS works with Homeless Outreach programs to identify chronically homeless to match them with an apartment, having them pay 30 percent of their income. With this grant we are able to partner with other community agencies including Kalihi Palama Health Care, Waikiki Health, C. Peraro Consulting, Catholic Charities, and Helping Hands Hawaii, to assist the veteran population of the vulnerable members of Hawaii’s homeless community.

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