"Leave No One Behind"

Veterans Village of San Diego Aftercare Programs

After veterans graduate from our drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, they continue to receive support services to help them reintegrate into society.

With the ongoing support of VVSD’s caring staff, veterans learn the skills to find and hold down a steady job, and to maintain a positive lifestyle. The end goal is restoring self-sufficiency and self-worth.

VVSD offers several transitional housing programs with built-in counseling, life skills training and employment preparation.They serve men and women as well as their families

VVSD Transitional Housing Programs:

Welcome Home Family Program: Based in southeastern San Diego, it’s designed for homeless female veterans with families. At least 90 days of sobriety is required

Mahedy Sober Living House: Located in a beautifully restored Victorian house in San Diego’s Golden Hill neighborhood, it serves both male and female graduates of the Veterans Rehabilitation Center who are employed

Veterans On Point Apartments: Located in VVSD’s San Diego headquarters off Pacific Highway, the state-of-the-art facility is for male and female veterans with at least 120 days of sobriety

Jack Lyon Studio Transitional Housing Program: Large Studio Apartments, Double Occupancy, Month to Month Lease, Couples Accepted


Veterans Village of San Diego connects with America’s veterans to overcome their homelessness and related challenges, creating lives of dignity and fulfillment.