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Homeless Veterans Roundtable will bring homeless veterans topic to forefront of Washington Conference.
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Washington office staff, Post 1 Legionnaires donate winter gear to homeless vets.
Latest figures show reduction in homelessness among veterans, but Legion says job is far from done.
Michael Guty, a 92-year-old World War II veteran, gives a landmark donation to La-Flamme Kusek Post 15 to help run its rent-free housing complex for homeless veterans.
Legion official provides input on key issues at Veteran Access to Housing Summit in San Antonio.
A five-year plan to end veteran homelessness is on target, according to partcipants who attended the Legion symposium at national convention in Indianapolis.
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The American Legion’s Economic Division will host an event aimed to explore VA’s progress on ending homelessness.
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After drawing more than $6 million in financial support, the ambitious housing project will welcome its first residents this month.
The American Legion has released a handbook that compiles all the services and resources available to homeless veterans.
Grants through Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program will provide job training services to help homeless veterans succeed in civilian careers.
VA Secretary Eric Shinseki spoke with The American Legion recently about advances being made in his department’s fight to eliminate veteran homelessness.
Homeless veterans will be given a wide array of career and health services this Saturday at the VA Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
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National report shows that homelessness among veterans reduced by nearly 12 percent from January 2010 to January 2011.
When a transitional housing residence for homeless veterans in New Jersey hit a snag in construction costs, Legion family members in the state sprang to action.
Legionnaires are encouraged to participate in and raise awareness of events that will take place in 24 cities.
Legionnaires in Jewett City, Conn., are behind a multimillion dollar housing complex that could revolutionize the fight against veteran homelessness.
As the number of returning troops increases, so may the number of homeless veterans.
Department of Labor hopes to help approximately 17,000 homeless veterans find successful civilian careers.
Military supporters everywhere are encouraged to participate in 2-kilometer event that aims raise awareness for homeless veterans.
New VA and HUD report finds 136,000 veterans spent a night in a homeless shelter during 2009.
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Roundtable discussion focused on reducing veterans homelessness set for the Legion’s annual Washington Conference in March,
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Representatives from The American Legion’s Washington office participated in the annual Winterhaven Homeless Veterans Stand Down event.
The Department of Labor has announced more than $5 million in grants to aid homeless female veterans and veterans with families.