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About Veterans Inc. Mission & Vision Veterans Inc. Locations Services Funding Sources © 2012 Today’s Presentation:
Veterans Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization Incorporated in 1990 Largest provider of services to veterans and their families in New England First program in the U.S. to offer housing to women veterans Helped more than 50,000 veterans and veteran families since 1992 85% success rate for transitioning veterans out of homelessness – one of the highest in the nation © 2012 About Veterans Inc:
. Veterans Inc. Our Mission: To end homelessness among our veterans. Our Vision: Help veterans regain self- sufficiency and reconnect with family, friends and community. They were there when we needed them… We must be there now that they need us… © 2012
Medical - Mental Health - Legal Housing Housing Employment & Training Veterans Inc. Service Model - Triangle of Needs © 2012
. Veterans Inc. OUR LOCATIONS Services Housing & Case Management Employment & Training Health & Wellness Outreach Supportive Services for Veterans & Families Homeless Prevention & Rapid re- housing Temporary Financial Assistance © 2012
. Veterans Inc. OUR LOCATIONS SSVF Services Include: Case Management Outreach Daily living services Personal financial planning services Transportation services Legal services Housing counseling services Temporary financial assistance, including time-limited payments to third parties for rent, utilities, moving expenses, security and utility deposits, transportation, child care, moving costs and emergency supplies © 2012
Veterans Inc. SSVF Services: Veterans Inc. has been a grant recipient since September 2011 Who is eligible Veterans with 1 day of active service & their families Are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of being homeless Are below 50% Area Mean Income Veterans served by Veterans Inc. 810 Veteran homes in New England since 2011 110 Veterans served in Maine since 2011 94 Maine Veterans expected to serve in 2014 Point in time Survey Other housing resources in the state VOA HousingPreble Street Resources Hope Haven ShelterBread of Life Shelter V.A. LodgerFarmington Shelter Bangor Shelter © 2012
. Employment & Training Services Assessment/Enrollment Supportive Services Training Opportunities Job Development/Placement Follow up © 2012
. Veterans Inc. Veterans Inc. Maine © 2012 393 Main Street Lewiston, ME February 2013 Augusta, ME (subcontract to ESM for SSVF)
. Veterans Inc. OUR LOCATIONS Funding Operating Budget Nineteen percent of our annual operating budget comes from private donations. Of the total Veterans Inc. operating budget, 91% is funneled directly into programs and services for veterans, with 9% targeting administration and fundraising activities. © 2012
Thank you! © 2012
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