HVRP is designed to give grantees flexibility to tailor their programs to meet the needs of the veterans and communities they serve. Grantees provide a variety of core services and activities, including:
- Outreach and Engagement
- Intake and Assessment
- Case Management
- Job-driven Training and Placement
- Partnerships and Support Services
- Retention and Follow Up
NVTAC provides helpful tools and information to HVRP grantees to assist with successful program delivery:
HVRP Program Guide for Grantees
NVTAC developed the Program Guide to serve as a comprehensive resource to support HRVP implementation.
HVRP Eligibility Changes FAQ
NVTAC developed a short memo that provides a summary of recent changes to HVRP eligibility.
NVTAC has identified a series of lessons learned that will most likely lead to desired outcomes in HVRP. Informed by research, insights from experts in the field, and focus groups, these lessons focus on veterans, homelessness, veteran homelessness, employment, employment of veterans with disabilities, and serving special populations.
More than 160 organizations across the country partner with local businesses, government agencies, tribal governments, and community- and faith-based service providers to hold Stand Down events in local communities for homeless veterans and their families, allowing them access to needed services and help to re-enter the labor force.
If you have questions, need assistance or have a success story to share, please contact us.