A Look Into The Homelessness and Displacement of Veterans
Over 37,000 Veterans are homeless tonight; sleeping in shelters, on the streets, in homeless camps, or under bridges. Another 22 Veterans will commit suicide by the end of the day. Widely not talked about is that one million, 400 thousand Veterans are at risk of becoming homeless.

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“On the battlefield, the military pledges to leave no soldier behind. Let it be our pledge that when they return home, we leave no Veteran behind.”
— Dan Lipinski

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Dear Friend of Veterans, The Journey Home is excited to announce our upcoming summer events with all net proceeds benefiting outreach, services and programs for at-risk & homeless Veterans! Learn more about the events, save the date and learn how you can participate by clicking on our website below! TJH [...]

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The Journey Home would like to say a Big Thank you to the Elk’s Lodge in Union city for being a supporter of the Journey Home and our mission to end veteran homelessness. ... See MoreSee Less

The Journey Home would like to say a Big Thank you to the Elk’s Lodge in Union city for being a supporter of the Journey Home and our mission to end veteran homelessness.
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Our priority is to our Veterans!

Our program transitions homeless Veterans off the streets or out from under bridges into permanent housing, treatment, and appropriate employment.  We develop the social, emotional and employment skills that sustain independence, and connect them to the VA, to their County Veteran Services Officer (VSO) and to local resources for eligible benefits.

The Journey Home loves our Veterans, so we lower the barriers that would otherwise prevent a homeless Veteran into placement and provide the specialized programing to support them.  We personalize our programs and services to support Veterans through their recovery.  Patience, with accountability, provide the Veteran stable support as they stay engaged in our programing.  Mistakes are used as a stepping stone in the development of not only new skills but of confidence and hope.

Veterans with Purple Hearts, and Silver and Bronze Stars, walk into our doors homeless.
Homeless Veterans are heroes of this great Country and are numbered amongst the wounded.

In 2020, TJH accomplishments include:

Veterans helped off the streets.
Veterans helped to find their own home.
Veterans placed in treatment programs.
Veterans enrolled in outreach services.
Veterans assisted into employment.
Veterans case managed into VA Benefits.
Veterans case managed into non-VA Benefits.
Veterans receiving VA/SOC. Security Disability.
% of Veterans positively discharged from TJH.
Veterans helped with disaster assistance.

EVERY DAY, The Journey Home saves the lives of Veterans.

Here’s a testimonial from one of our past clients:

My dad moved into his new Apartment yesterday!
I just wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything The Journey Home and everyone else who helped him and donated today.

He hasn’t had his own home since I was a little girl due to his struggles and you all gave him a 2nd chance at life.

I just got the 2nd happiest phone call I’ve ever received tonight. He loves his new place.
The first one was when he called to tell me he was going to The Journey Home to try and get better.

I haven’t heard happiness in his voice in years, and It’s because all of you.

Thank you again! I’ve waited to hear him happy for a very long time.