Our goal is to offer a successful transition of low-income and/or homeless veterans by providing emergency and supportive housing, food, health services, occupational training skills and placement assistance, financial literacy, entrepreneurship training, legal aid and case management support.
According to the HUD/VA supplemental report, veterans are fifty percent more likely to become homeless compared to all Americans, and the risk is even greater among veterans living in poverty and minority veterans. Nearly half of homeless veterans were located in California, Texas, New York and Florida, while only 28 percent of all veterans were located in those same four states. Poverty Solutions strongly encourages education, self-improvement, self-confidence, self-sufficiency, self-respect, personal responsibility, money management and work ethics while discouraging illegal activities and self-destructive behaviors through our Divest Poverty program.
Poverty Solutions, Inc. provides assistance to homeless and/or returning veterans by identifying the best housing options to meet their needs. We provide emergency and supportive housing services to veterans in an effort to ensure a successful transition into civilian life.
Employment and Education
Poverty Solutions, Inc. provides assistance to veterans in meeting their career, education and counseling goals through our GED-2-College Program and Divest Poverty workshops. Attending our Divest Poverty workshops will allow participants to receive occupational training skills, placement assistance and basic necessary skills needed to become successful citizens of our society.
Poverty Solutions’ qualified case managers provide veteran assistance and guidance by identifying and accessing benefits and resources for which they may be eligible.
Health Services for Low-Income Families & Veterans
Through Poverty Solutions’ partnership with Life is Networking Knowledge and Pink Lotus Healthcare, we are able to provide a wide spectrum of health services in both residential and outpatient environments. Our services include substance abuse, addiction treatment, case management, psychiatric counseling, food distribution, and nutrition and health education. These services are available to veterans, adults, children, adolescents, and families.