SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES
SERVING THOSE WHO SERVED
The Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program (SSVF) helps veteran families obtain stable housing, whether they are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless.
Those who are homeless, first receive assistance to find suitable housing. Then, Case Managers work with the family to provide needed temporary financial assistance, linkage with community resources and US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits, and a plan to improve housing stability.
Case Management Services
Connection to VA Benefits and Programs
Connection to Mainstream Services
Temporary Financial Support
Housing and Employment Search
Served in active military, naval, air service, Merchant Marines or was activated by Presidential order and served in another state or country while in the National Guard or Reserves
Gross Annual Household Income less than 50% of area median income forhousehold size
Literally Homeless (meaning living in a place not meant for human habitation, an emergency shelter, transitional housing, or hospital or other institution when prior to admission was in emergency shelter or a place not fit for human habitation) OR permanently housed but imminently at-risk of literal homelessness
No Other Resources
No Other Resources or Social Supports
ADDITIONAL IN-HOUSE SERVICES
Veteran Emergency Pantry
For Veterans in need of additional support with basic necessities. Applicants can receive a 3-day emergency supply of non-perishable food items, hygiene products and household goods for each verified household member. Limited to one (1) disbursement every 30 days and subject to availability of items.
Need an outfit for a job interview? Looking for shoes you can fit? Check out our Veteran Closet! New and gently-used clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children. Take what you need for free.
MEET THE TEAM
Lead Veteran Advocate
You are not alone; confidential help is available for free.
T. (671) 472-0218/9
F. (671) 472-0217
402 E. Marine Corps Drive Suite 200
Hagåtña, Guam 96910
The SSVF Program is funded by a grant (15-GU-326) administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs.