Tag Archives: Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention

Fourth Round of $75 Million in VHHP Funds Now Available for Veteran Housing

Today, the Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention (VHHP) program announced the availability of $75 million in funding to assist in developing housing opportunities for our veterans, especially those at risk of homelessness or experiencing temporary or chronic homelessness. Awards will be made to qualifying developers and nonprofit entities to construct, acquire, rehabilitate, or preserve affordable […]

Sacramento’s Mather Veterans Village breaks ground on two new VHHP projects

The sound of afterburners can be heard throughout the day from the nearby base at Mather Veterans Village in Rancho Cordova. But for the veterans who now call this place home, they’ll be listening to a new sound soon as construction begins on two new projects next door. Luckily for current residents, they have double-paned […]

Learn more about working with our Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention program

With 1.7 million veterans residing in California, our state is home to the largest population of former servicemembers. With this honor comes the challenge of also having the highest number of veterans experiencing homelessness, approximately 29 percent of the national total. Thanks to our Legislature and California voters, $600 million was authorized in 2014 to […]

Mission Bay Affordable Housing Development for Veterans Breaks Ground in San Francisco

Wet conditions didn’t damper the spirit of Thursday’s groundbreaking at 1150 3rd Street as more than 50 people attended a ceremony to begin construction of a new affordable housing development that will benefit 62 veterans and 56 low-income families in San Francisco. The project is a joint effort from Swords to Plowshares, Chinatown Community Development […]