Veterans can get help with housing and income stability at Goodwill
The answer is help for veterans and their families who need stable housing. Since 2013, Goodwill has helped over 1,900 veteran families with things like:
- Stable housing
- Move-in supplies
- Increased income
- Access to benefits and health care
Goodwill provides these services to veterans and their families in the following counties:
- Spokane County
- Stevens County
- Lincoln County
- Ferry County
- Pend Oreille County
- Whitman County
- Kootenai County
- Shoshone County
- Benewah County
- Bonner County
- Latah County
This episode of “What’s Good, Goodwill?” features outreach team members and case managers from Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program. You’ll hear from Don Gillespie, Don Morrison, Tom Smith, and Cailin Carpenter as they talk about what SSVF does.
Listen in as they share about how SSVF works with the VA and other community partners for rapid rehousing services and other essential needs. They’ll talk about the helpline for homeless veterans and other available services for anyone who needs help.
Help is available for veterans!
Some veterans think they don’t deserve help. They don’t think their service to their country qualifies them for help. Some of them don’t look for help because they think that other veterans are “more deserving.”
We want to help any veteran who needs a hand up. Veterans can call 1-509-828-2449 to find out if they qualify
Did you know?
Veterans with a dishonorable discharge can work with SSVF to try to change their discharge type if they feel they were discharged with the wrong status.