About Tomorrows Hope Transitional Housing And
Service Center For Veterans
Tomorrows Hope is a locally owned, transitional housing and service center, which was recently built. Our purpose is to provide shelter and basic necessities to homeless veterans. We provide our residents with safe and comfortable room and board, healthy meals three times a day and snacks from our full-service cafeteria. Additionally, we provide transportation, and rehabilitative and recreational activities that meet individual interests and needs.
Individuals are assessed on a case-by-case basis and the average length of stay per individual averages 60-90 days.
Helping Homeless Veterans Since 2010
Since opening June 14, 2010, we have provided homeless Veterans with stable housing and supportive services and benefits. Our top priority is to help our homeless veterans become self-sufficient, stabilize medical and /or treatment needs, and establish a permanent residence. This is accomplished through our collaboration with Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Our 88 bed facility is in contract with the Veterans Affairs Medical Centers in Altoona, Butler, Lebanon, and Pittsburgh. Our Counselors and social work staff help Veterans meet their primary day-to-day needs.
- Alcohol and Drug Awareness and Counseling, AA/NA Group
- Assistance with Benefits Applications for Income Retention
- Basic Life Skills
- Employment Training and Coordination with Career Services Agencies
- Family Restoration
- Individual and Group Counseling
How Can You Help?
When Veterans graduate from our program, a Graduate Care Package is provided to the Veterans to help them get started on their own in the community. We accept donations to help us provide the Care Packages. Donations help keep our Resident's Fund and Donation Center well-stocked. Based on individual and case related needs, the Resident's Fund is also used to help graduating Veterans transition to becoming self-sufficient. Examples of assistance include helping with a security deposit, first month's rent, transportation, or purchasing working attire. We currently receive donations from individuals, businesses, and various Veteran's groups.
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Tomorrows Hope is a for-profit organization.
Help Homeless Veterans get the services they need, call 877-4AID-VET or visit the VA Homeless site.