Presentation on theme: "PORTLAND VA MEDICAL CENTER COMMUNITY REINTEGRATION SERVICE: SEPTEMBER 2013."— Presentation transcript:
PORTLAND VA MEDICAL CENTER COMMUNITY REINTEGRATION SERVICE: SEPTEMBER 2013
PVAMC HOMELESSNESS PROGRAMS: THE SIX PILLARS Community Partnerships Income and Employment Benefits Housing/Supportive Services Outreach/Education Prevention Treatment
PVAMC HOMELESS PROGRAMS Community Resource and Referral Center Emergency Shelter Grant and Per Diem Shelter Plus Care Single Room Occupancy Project Based HUD- VASH ACT Team Supportive Services for Veteran Families Transition in Place
COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL CENTER (CRRC) Opened April 16 th, 2012 Served 1,695 Veterans as of 7/31/2013 Community partnerships on site: VBA – Homeless and Chapter 31 Transition Projects Inc. SSVF Work Source Compensation & Pension Dual Diagnosis Anonymous
HOMELESS PATIENT ALIGNED CARE TEAM Focuses on primary healthcare needs of homeless Veterans in coordination with housing programs. Imbedded in the CRRC Center – Panel Size 247 and growing Provides: Just-in-Time primary care Integrated coordinated care on site
HUD-VASH PROGRAM 621 Veterans currently have HUD-VASH vouchers: Portland – 330 Vancouver Clackamas County - 25 Washington County – 34 Salem - 38 Bend - 64 Longview - 24 In FY 2013 to date: 203 Veterans entered the HUD-VASH program 170 Veterans signed apartment leases 561 formerly homeless Veterans are housed under the PVAMC HUD-VASH program
VETERANS: STREET TO LEASE
HUD-VASH FY 2013 VOUCHER UTILIZATION
GPD PROGRAM Filled 67,807 bed days in FY 12 5 community partners with 214 beds Portland: Transition Projects Inc. – 58 Bud Clark Commons and Jean’s Place Portland: Central City Concern – 72 The Henry Building and the Martha Washington Beaverton: Salvation Army – 48 Bend: Central Oregon Veterans Outreach Inc. - 6 Longview, WA: Longview Housing Authority - 30
GPD CAPACITY FY 2012 – A MEASURE OF SUCCESS
GPD CAPACITY FY 2013 – CONTINUING THE TREND
FY 2013 SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS SSVF GRANT October 1, 2012 Grant Money became available to following: Transitions Projects, Inc (TPI) $453,143 to serve 80 households in Portland Metro area. Central Oregon Veterans Outreach (COVO) $228,786 to serve 80 households in Central Oregon Community Action Team, Inc. $584,538 serving 80 families in the NW counties of Columbia, Clatsop, Tillamook and Washington.
FY 2014 SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS SSVF GRANT In FY 2014 Grant Money will become available to the following: Easter Seals Oregon $407,000 to serve 75 households in Polk and Marion Counties. Transitions Projects, Inc (TPI) $1,356,884 to serve 280 households in the Portland Metro area. Central Oregon Veterans Outreach (COVO) $307,000 to serve 100 households in Central Oregon Community Action Team, Inc. $709,075 serving 100 families in the NW counties of Columbia, Clatsop, Tillamook and Washington.