Housing for Veterans

Housing

Veterans Village of San Diego (VVSD) offers  housing options to eligible veterans who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. From our Shelter in Point Loma for homeless veterans to  affordable housing based on income, there are many options.  Housing on our main campus provides fully furnished rooms with laundry facilities on site and supportive services. Our permanent housing complex in Escondido offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units.

Bridge Housing

VVSD Bridge Housing is a short-term transitional housing program for veterans who have been offered and accepted a permanent housing intervention (e.g., SSVF, HUD-VASH, and Housing Coalition/CoC) but are not able to immediately enter a permanent housing unit.

For information on VVSD housing options, please call: 619-393-2039.

Transitional Housing

VVSD Transitional Housing provides veterans with temporary housing helping them to become independent in mainstream society. Services including case management are available to those veterans interested in additional support.

For information on VVSD housing options, please call: 619-393-2041.

 

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

VVSD Transitional Housing provides veterans with temporary housing helping them to become independent in mainstream society. Services including case management are available to those veterans interested in additional support.

For information on VVSD housing options, please call: 619-961-2165.

Our Services

Rental Assistance 

Utility-Fee Payment Assistance 

Deposits (Security of Utility)

Moving Costs

Transportation Services

Assistance With Securing Income Benefits

Eligibility

Veteran families must meet the following minimum criteria to be eligible for VVSD services.

Veteran Family

A “veteran family” is defined as either a veteran or a head of household or the spouse of the head of household who is a veteran.

Housing Status

The veteran must be homeless, living on the street, in a car, emergency shelter, transitional housing program or at imminent risk of losing housing. This includes housing provided by family and friends.

Housing Qualifications

– The veteran must have proof of veteran discharge status (DD214 or other VA documentation) prior to enrollment. Dishonorable discharges are not eligible.

– Verified household income at or below 50% based on HUD area median income level and household size.

2019 Income Limit Based on

HOUSEHOLD SIZE

(HUD – San Diego County)

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1 Person: $37,450 

2 People: $42,800

3 People: $48,150

4 People: $53,500

5 People: $57,800

6 People: $62,100

7 People: $66,350

8 People: $70,650