Housing options available to veterans include Specially Adapted Housing grants and Special Housing Adaptation grants, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. These grants are designed to help veterans who suffer from disabilities related to their service build, own and renovate their homes. Other housing options for veterans include the VA Supportive Housing Program and the Grant and Per Diem Program, notes the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Veterans have access to several housing benefits from local community action groups, such as the Military Warriors Support Foundation, who provide mortgage-free homes to wounded veterans, and a housing loan guaranty that empowers veterans with the funding to build, repair or purchase a home as the primary occupant, explains the North Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs. Individual states also offer veterans access to temporary and permanent housing. For example, the state of Minnesota administers contributory residency through Minnesota Veterans' Homes located in several cities across the state, explains Military.com.
The VA addresses homelessness and imminent homelessness among veterans through federal and state programs that aim to provide temporary and permanent housing to these veterans. At a federal level, the VA Supportive Housing Program provides rental assistance that pays a veteran's landlord a part of the rent due on the dwelling, notes the VA. The VA also funds community agencies to provide homeless veterans with transitional housing.