- Disabled Veterans
- Military Veterans
- Children with disabilities
- Families in need
Our mission is to find affordable housing for our freedom fighters.
We provide affordable housing and services to disabled veterans, families with disabled children and low-income families.
The federal government is the largest provider of services to veterans. It also provides substantial health care, housing, training, and employment resources and policy governance that impact the delivery of services and related programs for veterans. The Veterans Administration and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, for example, jointly manage the VASH program (Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing) with local housing agencies. VASH provides both a rent assistance voucher and case management services to low-income veterans. The VA provides an array of grants and service contracts to local community providers to assist veterans with mental health needs. These programs are designed to complement and enhance state and local assistance to veterans.
A Vet Built works to maximize the federal resources coming to Maryland to improve veterans’ mental health services and to facilitate greater collaboration between and among federal, state, local, and community-based agencies.