Your Input is Needed! ....To Address Housing Instability Among Women Veterans with Children

Your Input is Needed! ....To Address Housing Instability Among Women Veterans with Children
Help today by providing input based on what works in your community
It is clear that we need better data and insight on the needs of vulnerable and high-risk veteran families, especially with female heads of household. NCHV relies on our Members and Partners in the field, and your expertise will improve our ability to design creative solutions to end homelessness among some of the veteran families the nation struggles most to serve.

The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans and Synchrony Financial have teamed up to assess the contributing factors to housing instability among women and women veterans with children and the barriers that contribute to their housing instability or homelessness. The information you provide us will be extremely valuable and will be used to design necessary improvements to improve housing outcomes for women veterans experiencing or at-risk of homelessness, especially those with children.

Please take a few moments to help us by 
completing the survey found here. The survey will remain open until Friday, August 18 at midnight. Thank you for your time, and for all you do to help veterans in your community!

Watch the Voice Awards Tonight


TONIGHT: Watch SAMHSA's 2017 Voice Awards Honoring Military and Veteran Communities

Tonight, SAMHSA will recognize community leaders, screenwriters, and producers for their efforts to educate the public about mental illness and addiction at the 2017 Voice Awards! Watch the live webcast starting at 9:15 p.m. Eastern Time.
Watch the Voice Awards
This year's Voice Awards program, hosted by Chef Robert Irvine, will spotlight efforts that provide hope and support to service members, veterans, and their families who have faced behavioral health challenges.

Voice Awards August 16, 2017

About the Voice Awards
For the past 12 years, SAMHSA's Voice Awards program has helped improve the nation's views and knowledge about mental illnesses and addictions. It does this by recognizing exemplary television and film productions that raise public awareness, as well as consumer/peer leaders whose work and personal stories of resilience demonstrate that recovery from mental health conditions and addictions is not only possible, but is taking place every day.
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