Help House a Homeless Veteran
participate in a program that has helped tens of thousands of
veterans and their families overcome the challenges of homelessness
and lead independent lives.
According to the 2016 Regional Task Force on the Homeless Point-in-Time-Count, 13 percent of the homeless in the County of San Diego said they had served in our nation’s armed services. Currently, these homeless veterans are experiencing significant challenges when trying to find a place to call home.
Incentives may be available for landlords who rent to homeless veterans throughout the greater San Diego region. If your property is in the City of San Diego, please visit: sdhc.org.
Some of the Benefits for Landlords:
- Landlords can receive up to $500 for each unit newly leased to a veteran experiencing homelessness
- Financial assistance of up to $25 may be paid directly to landlords to cover applicant costs, such as credit report and application fees
Damage Claim Reimbursement
- Up to $5,000 is available to reimburse landlords for loss of rent or damage to units in excess of the security deposit
Security Deposit and Utility Assistance
- Up to two months' rent, security deposit and $100 in utility assistance
- Dedicated staff will provide individual customer service to our valued landlord partners
For more information,
2-1-1 San Diego
Learn more about helping veterans - View the VASH video:
The VASH Program (Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing), a collaborative program between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), provides rental assistance to homeless veterans and offers ongoing VA case management and supportive services.