Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH)
Our goal is to end veteran homelessness.
The VASH Program (Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing) is a collaborative program between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to provide rental assistance to homeless veterans and offer ongoing VA case management and supportive services.
Many veterans have used the VASH program to successfully transition to a better life. If you are a homeless veteran, you may receive help from this special program.
For more information:
- Please call the Veterans Affairs (VA) office (619) 400-5157 or go to VA Homeless Vets.
- For more information on VASH and other Veterans programs with the County of San Diego, please call (858) 694-8789. | email
More than 1,000 homeless veterans have been housed in San Diego
since the beginning of the program in 2009.
Housing Program Gets Veterans Off the Streets
More than 500 homeless veterans have found hope, thanks to the Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program, or VASH. Watch the story of one veteran who has a new start. The rental assistance program needs more landlords. If you’re interested, call 858-694-4808.
Please consider renting to 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.
- Special incentives may be available to Landlords who rent to homeless Veterans
- Additional information for landlords: GoSection8.com
Read the feature story explaining the local VASH program: Homeless Vet Finds Permanent Address