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Housing

Veterans Resource Center: a stable transitional living environment with individual case management and programs that are designed to help move veterans into employment and independent housing.


At Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana, we work with local communities and national service organizations to provide comprehensive assistance for veterans in our communities. One area of assistance we proudly provide is veteran housing. Learn how the Veterans Resource Center can help you or a loved one, and find out how you can donate today to help end veteran homelessness in your area.

Services

Our support for veterans comes in a variety of ways. First, we offer comprehensive veteran services throughout both Ohio and Indiana to assist veterans with a range of housing, mental health, and employment services. There are housing units available throughout these two states with availability for formerly homeless veterans to receive the assistance they need.

Each veteran has a unique housing situation, so our services need to reflect the diverse needs in our area. Here are just a few ways our Ohio and Indiana veteran services help match homeless veterans with housing solutions:

  • Rapid rehousing

  • Homeless prevention services

  • Permanent supportive housing

  • Emergency housing

  • Information and assistance about house loans for veterans

Each service was designed with local veteran needs in mind. If individuals are experiencing mental health issues that may have caused them to become homeless, we match those individuals with trained and experienced mental health professionals who are experienced with veteran needs.

Housing assistance comes in many forms, depending on individual needs. Some veterans can purchase or improve their home with a generous VA housing loan. Others require emergency housing and a supportive housing team.

Donation Options

Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana offer a range of donation options to help support your local community. Whether you wish to donate to support the entire organization or to make a specific donation to the veteran housing program, here are some easy ways you can donate today:

  • Thrift store donations

  • One-time online gifts

  • Monthly auto donations

  • Car donation or auto auction

  • Volunteer

Whether you make a single donation or become a lifelong partner with us, any assistance is greatly appreciated. Your time and/or donations allow us to continue to provide comprehensive housing services to veterans throughout Ohio and Indiana.

Join Us Today

Whether you wish to donate, volunteer, or you need to access our housing services for yourself or a loved one, contact us today. Our veteran housing services offer hope and safe housing throughout your local community, and your generous assistance can help us reach our goal of ending homelessness among our veterans.

Our veteran housing programs offer a path for veterans to end homelessness using cutting-edge techniques for this unique population such as intensive case management, clinical treatment, and peer support.

INDIANA

Fort Wayne

Liberty Landing
2833 S. Calhoun St.
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46807 
T: 260.755.6154 | F: 260.755.6184 

The Richard Lugar Safe Haven
2424 Fairfield Ave.
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46807
T: 260.387.5295
As a "Housing First" program veterans do not need to make an initial commitment to sobriety/substance-free living, but are expected to work with their case manager toward a lifestyle conducive to stable housing.

INDIANAPOLIS

Lincoln Apartments
530 North Holmes Avenue 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222 
T: 317.672.7585 ext. 104 
This apartment complex provides affordable housing for formerly homeless veterans.

Brandon Hall
611 N. Capitol Ave.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
T: 317.686.9841
This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). 

MARION

Chambers Park
4343 S. Lincoln Blvd 
Marion, Indiana 46953 
T: 765.573.5381
This apartment complex provides affordable housing for formerly homeless veterans.


OHIO

CINCINNATI

7938 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
513.322.5170
This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). 

CLEVELAND

775 E. 152 Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44110
216.541.9000
This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). 

COLUMBUS

624 Harmon Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43223
614.849.0145
Fifteen emergency shelter beds are also available for eligible veterans.
This program has been certified by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services.
This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
 

DAYTON

4100 W. Third Street, Building 400
P.O. Box 28047
Dayton, Ohio 45428
937.253.7042
On the Veterans Affairs Medical Center Campus.
This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
 

SANDUSKY

1843 Superior Street
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
419.626.6505