"Leave No One Behind"

Community Reintegration Phase

The Community Reintegration Phase is the final phase of rehabilitation and is a reintegration phase assisting the veteran in transitioning out of the program and into stable/permanent housing while maintaining long-term sobriety.

During this phase, veterans are expected to:

  • Work full-time
  • When unable to work, secure disability and/or sustainable income
  • Attend outside meetings
  • Weekly contact with sponsor
  • Attend one house meeting per week
  • Maintain savings account with regular deposits
  • Actively search for viable permanent housing
  • Attend weekly therapy (if applicable)

During this last phase, the veteran and their Case Manger begin working on and identifying barriers to the resident obtaining permanent housing.

If stable/permanent housing isn’t a realistic option for the veteran, the Case Manager should then begin working on identifying appropriate housing that will meet the veteran’s needs.

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