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Veterans Affairs Funds Local Agencies To Help Fight Homelessness

Homeless_and_cold_0Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald announced Monday the award of $2.1 million in homeless prevention grants to the counties of Honolulu, Central Oahu, Leeward Coast, North Shore, Windward Coast, Kapolei, Maui, Kauai, and Hawaii Island.

The grants will serve approximately 491 homeless and at-risk veteran families as part of the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program.

This award will serve veteran families associated with Catholic Charities Hawaii and United States Veterans Initiative, two of 301 community agencies in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands to receive grants.

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3 Comments for “Veterans Affairs Funds Local Agencies To Help Fight Homelessness”

  1. Bob McDonald had a farm…E I E I O

  2. That’s right watch your back. I just had the VA lie to me again, Yesterday!
    There is a thing out here call the internet, VA please look at it.
    We now can see your lies in seconds.
    Watch out for PROVISIONAL RATING!
    Deny and Delay is the way!

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