Home Sweet Home

United In The Service Of Veterans Who Are At-risk Or Homeless, Homebound And Residing In Transitional Housing

Boots-on-the-Ground projects have been suspended until futher notice.

During the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) crisis our resources will be dedicated to serving the most in need Veterans. Please visit our Rapid (COVID-19) Response page

Why We Are Needed

Almost 1.2 million Veterans Live Below the Poverty Level and countless numbers are Residing in Sub-standard and Transitional Housing.

4-million Veterans have a service-connected disability.

Veteran women are more than three times as likely as non-veteran women to live in poverty and experience homelessness.

POST 9/11 – A NEW GENERATION OF VETERANS
United States Department of Defense estimates 230,000 separations (new Vets) per year

United Relief Foundation diligently respects and protects the privacy of the Veterans we serve. Army Veteran Theron's insistence to make a video testimony was the exception.

Today is a good day to do a good deed with a tax-deductible donation that will be used to help our Veterans in need know they have not been forgotten and their service not forsaken.

How We Are Making A Difference By Being The Difference

Started on the premises to turn distressed houses into affordable homes for Veterans, Home Sweet Home now focuses on safe shelter for Homeless Veterans, the rigors Homebound Veterans have to adequately maintain their residence, addressing the challenges of sub-standard housing and making a transitional living situation, as temporary as it may be, feel like home.

Our Service to Veterans in need

• One-on-One Interaction
• Essential Wellbeing Support
• Self-Reliance Tools
• Adapt Living Environments to Needs

Profound Lasting Differences Made

• Restored Hope
• Empowered Self-Worth
• Bolstered Health and Wellness
• Revitalized Self-Reliance
• Improved Quality of Life

Compounding the Good

Safe, adequate shelter for our homeless and homebound Veterans, additional attention for at-risk and transitional housed Veterans and self-reliance tools for Veterans undoubtedly improves the state of mind, body, and spirit of men and women Veterans increasing their ability to be more involved in the wellbeing of other Veterans as well as being positive contributors to their communities and society.

Sources: United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and United States Census Bureau.