Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH)

Ending Veteran Homelessness


HUD (Housing and Urban Development) VASH is a federal program designed to end veteran homelessness. The program allows veterans to receive a housing voucher and ongoing case management through the Veterans Administration (VA). The program pays a portion of rent each month directly to landlords and VA case managers stand ready to help the veterans and landlord with any issues that may arise that could impact the veterans' ability to maintain their housing. This is an enormous benefit to the property owner as they have someone to call for help if a problem arises.

Partners


Veterans Administration (VA)


  • Rachael Dietkus Miller, LCSW
    Health Care for Homeless Veterans Program (HCHV) Coordinator and Supervisor
  • Erica Dubois, LSW
    HUD/VASH Social Worker
  • Steve Strahinich, LSW
    Outreach Social Worker

Lafayette Transitional Housing Center (LTHC)


  • Jennifer Layton
    Executive Director

Lafayette Housing Authority (LHA)


  • Michelle Reynolds
    Executive Director
  • Vida Hoyer
    Deputy Director
Related Programs
Indiana Veterans' Home (IVH) 120-Day Program