Services for Veterans

We care about Veterans' rights and well-being.

Veteran Services

Veterans have put their lives on the line and dedicated years to protecting and defending our citizens. We value the unique experiences and perspectives that Veterans bring to our community.

Career and Recovery Resources provides Supportive Services for Veterans' Families (SSVF). This program provides case management and supportive services to prevent the imminent loss of a Veteran’s home or help provide suitable housing for an individual and family. Services include:

Healthcare Navigation
Housing Navigation
Employment Assistance
Financial Literacy Training

How We Help Our Veterans

Please call us today to speak with an intake specialist. Preparation is required before the meeting with Career and Recovery Resources case managers. You will need to schedule a new appointment if you are missing the following documents at your first meeting:

The program also provides support for and education for family members. Below are some of the required documents you will need. You may also need documentation, such as a homeless letter, eviction/vacate notice, utility bill disconnection notice, copy of your lease, and a domestic violence certification form.

Driver’s License/Identification Card
Official Identification is required. We can provide ID services if you need to obtain an ID.
SSI/SSDI Documents
Official disability or retirement status documents are required if this applies to you.
Income Documentation
Your benefits letter or any pay stubs which can show your income.
Veteran Status Documentation
Official Veteran status is required to be verified before enter the program.
Social Security Card
A social security card is required for everyone in your household.