Transitional Housing For Homeless Veterans
CHEP has a longstanding mission to serve and strengthen communities by giving hope and help to American Veterans in need. This is accomplished by providing transitional housing and support services to homeless Veterans.
These programs focus on Veteran success from the point of entry into the programs and continue until the achievement of the ultimate goal: independent living within their community.
The rationale is simple: veterans should not experience the indignity of not having a place to reside and so we provide them with safe and comfortable living environments.
CHEP provides 123 beds to homeless veterans in three (3) locations along the east coast. Our housing sites cluster within the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern states and are categorized into Grant and Per Diem Beds (supported by the Department of Veteran Affairs) and Contract beds (operated by our non-profit corporation). The sites include the following:
|City & State||Program Name||Beds||Beds|
|Mid Atlantic Sites||Grant Per Diem||Contract|
|Perry Point, Maryland||Veterans Independent Project||29|
|Washington, DC||DC Vets||14|
|Southern Sites||Grant Per Diem||Contract|
|Charleston, South Carolina||Veterans Villas||20|
|North Charleston, South Carolina||Charleston VETS||20||15|
|North Charleston, South Carolina||Freedom House||10|
Looking for more information about CHEP Veteran housing?
Call us at 410-642-1857 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our program managers will contact you.
Our work targets the reality that on any given day in 2017, as many as 40,000 veterans (male and female) are living on our Nations’ streets and another 15,000 are living in shelters. Our efforts have assisted hundreds of veterans over the years.