Supportive Services for Veteran Families

About the Program

Our Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program offers homelessness prevention and rapid rehousing services to eligible Texas veterans and their families in Tarrant, Denton, and Wichita counties. Our dedicated staff promote housing stability among low-income veteran families by enhancing their independent living skills and providing financial assistance.

Through personalized case management, we assess the unique needs of each veteran and their family. Based on eligibility requirements, emergency and short-term financial assistance is available. For those who do not qualify, we offer an array of referral services to other resources available.


  • Rapid rehousing assistance
  • Homeless prevention assistance
  • Development of a housing stability plan with case manager
  • Referrals for assistance in obtaining Veteran (VA) benefits
  • Referrals to mental health counseling and psychotherapy resources
  • Healthcare Navigation Assistance
  • Access to substance use disorder treatment programs
  • Employment specialist assistance
  • Assistance and referrals to other public benefits and community agencies

Program Eligibility

Program Criteria

  • Must be a veteran household
  • Must meet low-income guidelines
  • Must have immediate housing need

Required Documents

  • Proof of veteran status
  • Picture ID
  • Documentation of homelessness (eviction notice, shelter letter)
  • Income verification (previous 30 days)

Military Service or Discharge

  • Honorable
  • Under Honorable Conditions
  • General
  • Other than Honorable

Housing Insecurity

  • At-risk of becoming/currently homeless
  • Homeless but scheduled to become residents in 30 days
  • Recently exited permanent housing

Contact Us

There is no VA disability requirement to be eligible for our program. Financial requests are made by the case manager on behalf of the veteran receiving assistance, within the guidelines and limitations of each program. Eligibility for emergency financial assistance is determined based on financial need, on a case-by-case basis. In the event you do not qualify for our SSVF program, we will make every effort to connect you to other available resources.