To end Veteran homelessness.
Welcome Home works to honor Veterans and restore lives.
Serve with Honor. Serve with Compassion. Serve with Excellence.
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*Averaged Annual Statistics based on 2019, 2020, and 2021 collective impact data.
total number of Veterans and family members served annually through a combination of programs & services*
number of days Veterans are enrolled in Permanent Housing before transitioning into/sustaining independent housing*
percent of Veterans that positively transition/sustain independent housing through Permanent Housing*
number of well-balanced meals served to Veterans and family members served in Emergency/Transitional Shelter*
number of days Veterans are enrolled in Emergency/Transitional Shelter before transitioning into independent housing*
percent of Veterans that positively transition into independent housing from Emergency/Transitional Shelter*
percent of Veterans enrolled in VETS Work and gained employment
number of Veterans we believe should be without a proper welcome home
“Just knowing I had a roof over my head because of Welcome Home and lived among other Veterans, that was a weight lifted off me … I wouldn’t be where I’m at today without Welcome Home.”
When he returned home after four years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Nicholas found himself alone and eventually homeless. He believed he put himself in this hole, but was determined to fight his way out. Welcome Home simply provided the support, tools and resources to empower him.
On the battlefield this is the code. Unfortunately, some service members have a difficult time transitioning back into civilian life, many carrying scars of combat—some physical, some mental.
Welcome Home is taking action to reduce Veteran homelessness by being more than just a shelter. We provide supportive services, tools and resources to improve overall quality of life of those who served.
Just as there’s a commitment to never leave the wounded on the battlefield, we commit to never leaving our Veterans on the streets.