Ball Rd - Permanent
AOVS Depot Townhouses consist of 32 single rooms that house unaccompanied homeless veterans disabled by serious mental illness, physical disabilities and those who are in recovery from substance abuse. The facilities main focus is to house these veterans that have income but may not be able to get housing through conventional means while establishing a form of community that they can be proud of while receiving the supportive services that they need.
1467 War Memorial - Permanent Supportive Complex
War Memorial is a 32 unit single room apartment complex for our dually diagnosed veterans.The primary goal of this program is to reduce chronic homelessness among the mentally ill and/or those diagnosed with a substance/alcohol abuse within the community. The residential services include case management, crisis intervention, and general client monitoring (i.e. paying rent, keeping room clean etc) with the goal of creating an environment that provides social integration through groups, safety and dignity to all of all clients
2226 Ball Rd - Permanent Supportive Housing
This permanent housing program is a 10-unit Single Room Occupancy facility designed for the chronically homeless veterans who are unable to succeed in more traditional transitional housing programs and are of the "hardest to serve" population. The focus in this program is to give a permanent safe environment in which individuals can receive counseling, crisis intervention,VA/Social Security benefits assistance, and various social groups.
1266 Vinton - Transitional Supportive Housing
1266 Vinton Avenue is a 14 bed transitional housing facility that focuses on displaced veterans in a more independent environment. The case management service uses a client empowerment and strength based approach. In addition to housing and case management services, the programs provide direct and indirect client services. AOVS includes job skills development and training for those able to return to work. client progress is based on creating a sound and viable personal lifestyle through education and access to relevant physical, medical and mental health and substance abuse recovery treatment resources to build a foundation on which each client can re-integrate employment and other daily activities to restore effective social and occupational functioning and return into permanent housing.
1183 Madison - Transitional Supportive Housing
This program provides transitional supportive housing and case management services to homeless veterans for up to 24 months. The goal of this program is to enable homeless/displaced veterans to achieve residential and financial stability, leading to a return to permanent housing. This program has four components: Veterans Life House (VLH) houses homeless veterans with medically fragile or terminal conditions; 1154 Vinton facility; and 1183 Madison facility houses the general homeless veteran population AND operates a Drop-In Center with shower, laundry, meals and referral services available. Case management uses a client-empowerment, strengths-based and solution-focused approach. In addition to housing, meals and transportation, AOVS provides more than 30 direct client services and obtains about 40 others through referral and advocacy with other agencies. AOVS includes job skills development and employment preparation for those able to work. Client progress is based on creating a sound and viable personal lifestyle, through education and access to relevant physical, medical, mental health and substance abuse recovery treatment resources, to build a foundation on which each client can re-integrate employment and other daily activities to restore effective social and occupational functioning.
1154 Central - Veterans Life House
This program provides supportive transitional housing and case management services to veterans up to 24 months that houses up to 8 homeless veterans diagnosed with a terminal illness and/or a medically fragile illness. The hospice and palliative program will provide services to displaced and disabled veterans with terminal illnesses. Our goal is to greatly improve the quality of life during the veteran's last days by providing these veterans with support and care. AOVS will provide these veterans with comfort, compassion, and assistance with peace and healing. AOVS's hospice and palliative care program will provide both private and semi-private living arrangements in a community-like setting.