Do Good: Housing a Veteran is a unique opportunity to become an active participant in a hero’s support system and assist an individual who has served and defended our country.
Support Systems Are in Place: All housing subsidies available to Veterans include ongoing supportive case-management. This means that all Veteran lessees have round-the-clock support from a social worker who is trained in crisis intervention, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavior therapy, and other areas to ensure effective communication between the Veteran and the landlord. Social workers make sure that Veterans have the supports that they need to successfully maintain housing, thereby mitigating risk for the landlord.
Guaranteed Income: You’ll see reliable monthly rental payments for the fair market rent on your property. If you’re a landlord with the HUD-VASH program, you’ll receive checks directly from the local housing authority. If you house a Veteran through a non-profit housing & support services program, you’ll receive checks from the organization that provides the program.
Ready to help house our Veterans?
at Community Development Corporation in Centereach, 2100 Middle Country Road:
Monday, November 17th
For more information or to reserve a seat, please call Renée Loiacono, Housing Inspector Coordinator at 631-471-1215 X132.
The Landlord Forum was established to provide landlords with information about the Housing Choice Voucher Program, HUD’s Housing Quality Standards and to answer any general questions you may have.