Ending Veteran Homelessness Map


Interactive Tool | March 11, 2014

This interactive map identifies and provides details on the current state of veteran homelessness in the U.S. The map provides details on changes in the number of veterans experiencing homelessness in a community from 2013 to 2014, data on communities that have ended veteran homelessness, and details on the 78 communities that could receive a new, one time "surge" of an additional $300 million in funding over the next three years under the Department of Veterans' Affairs (VA) Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program.

New Feature: Our map now pinpoints the cities where mayors have committed to end veteran homelessness in 2015. See if your mayor has made the commitment yet by searching for the yellow pins on our tracking map. Together we can end veteran homelessness! 

- Media report of an increase in homelessness -CoC/government report of an increase in homelessness
- Media report of a decrease in homelessness - CoC/government report of a decrease in homelessness
- SSVF Surge Community - Community reporting ZERO homeless veterans

View SSVF Surge Map in a larger map