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"Salute is helping me live the life I want to live," said Henry L. Jackson Jr. (pictured above), a once-homeless Veteran now working full time as a data-center custodian. (Photo courtesy Salute)

Berkeley Food and Housing Awarded for Service to Veteran
Read the Berkeley Food & Housing Project’s Story Story  |  Sept 20, 2017

Permanent housing that’s also affordable isn’t always easy to come by. And for homeless Veterans trying to get back on their feet, it’s essential. Read more.

Laptops Help Florida Veterans Seize Job Opportunities
Read the Orlando VA and Lockheed Martin’s Story  |  May 13, 2016

For Veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness, meaningful employment is an important step toward securing or maintaining stable housing. However, without reliable computer and internet access, it can be difficult or impossible to build a résumé, search for jobs and complete online applications. Read more.

Salute Connects Veterans With High-Demand Employment in the Data-Center Industry
Read Salute's Story  |  March 18, 2016

The data-center field requires a steady stream of recruits to fill open positions. Veterans of all stripes, including those exiting homelessness, possess great potential for these high-demand jobs. The challenge is in connecting the two.  Read more.

California-Based Organization Provides Formerly Homeless Veterans With Furniture, Appliances and More
Read Team AMVETS' Story  |  Jan. 8, 2016

Through Welcome Home, Team AMVETS Department of California Service Foundation is working to ensure that newly housed Veterans have what they need to transform otherwise empty residences into comfortable, dignified living spaces. Read more.

VA Community Employment Coordinator Organizes Career Expo for Veterans Exiting Homelessness
New Hampshire Governor and Senator Attend
Read Amy's Story  |  Dec. 10, 2015

Amy Brady is a VA Community Employment Coordinator in New Hampshire who wanted to get more Veterans exiting homelessness employed. So, she contacted the governor. Read more.

Landlord Provides a Window Into the Ways to House a Veteran
Read A Tennessee Veteran's Story  |  Nov. 9, 2015

It was Sept. 30 and the window for getting a Tennessee Veteran housed within the fiscal year was rapidly closing. Read more. Read more.

Leading the Way to End Veteran Homelessness
Housing Partnership Network  |  July 7, 2015

One home at a time—that's how the nation is going to end to homelessness among Veterans. Yet the persistent shortage of low-cost housing across the country is a challenge too many communities face. Success depends in large part on housing providers being willing to generate more permanent housing for Veterans. The Housing Partnership Network (HPN) is contributing to this cause. Read HPN’s story.

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