Promoting housing stability among very low income veterans' families who reside in or are transitioning to permanent housing.
- Outreach services
- Case Management services
- Assistance obtaining VA benefits
- Assistance obtaining other public benefits and needed services within the community
- Limited financial assistance that is necessary to stabilize housing
- Assistance with housing searches
- Financial planning as it relates to stabilizing housing
- Health care services
- Daily living services
- Transportation services
- Fiduciary and payee services
- Legal services
Eligibility Requirements for SSVF
- Registered U.S. veteran, or the member of a family in which the head of household or the spouse of the head of household is a veteran Homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless
- Meet income eligibility requirements: your household annual income cannot exceed 50% of the Hawaii county median income (below).
Income Limit Category (2015)
Extremely Low (30%)
Very Low (50%)
- Veteran Proof of Eligibility*
- Proof of Housing
- Initial Proof of Income Eligibility
The definition of a veteran under the SSVF program is a person who served in the United States military who was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable.
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