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Philadelphia Alliance for Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Vince Sangmeister has been part of Project HOME’s art program for over two years. By day, he works for the Philadelphia Alliance for Supportive Services to Veteran Families (PASSVF), where he works to rapidly rehouse homeless veterans. Before working for Project HOME, Vince’s professional experience encompassed working as a Russian Cryptologic Linguist for the U.S.

Project HOME Goes to Washington

Our Philadelphia Alliance for Supportive Services to Veteran Families (PASSVF) program coordinator Jeanne Ciocca (center) recently joined Chris Fuentes (right of Jeanne), a veteran who received services through PASSVF, at the White House for the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness announcement.

 

Project HOME staff member Nicole Paul, who coordinates the Philadelphia Alliance for Supportive Services for Veteran Families, recently gave testimony at Philadelphia City Council’s Joint Committee on Public Safety and Housing, Homeless and Neighborhood Development, on September 11, 2012. She spoke about Project HOME’s efforts, in partnership with other local agencies, to work with veterans and veterans’ families who are experiencing or are on the brink of homelessness.

 

United States military veteran and current Kate's Place resident Stanley Shelton's struggles with homelessness, addiction, and depression and his subsequent recovery provide a perfect case study for the efficacy of vet-centered service organizations.

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