Southern San Luis Obispo County Supportive Services for Veterans Families Program (SSVF)

 Helping Homeless Veterans & Their Families Find Their Way Home



Supportive Services Available to SSVF Participants:
• Case Management                   • Temporary Financial Help With:
• Benefits Assistance                  • Rental Assistance
• Health Care Services                • Utility-Fee Payment
• Daily Living Services                 • Transportation
• Legal Services                          • Child Care
• Housing Counseling                  • Other Qualifying Services
• Financial Planning
• Outreach Services


  • Case Management
  • Public benefits assistance
  • Advocacy on financial management, well-being, and long-term housing stability
  • Substance abuse wellness and recovery action plans (WRAP)
  • Temporary financial assistance (deposit/rent/arrears/utility/child care/transportation)
  • HUD-VASH referral and collaboration


  • DD214 with discharge other than dishonorable
  • Household income not exceeding 50% of area median income
  • Be currently homeless or at imminent risk of losing housing
  • Provide proof of income, proof of homelessness, state ID

A Joint Project of Good Samaritan Shelter & 5 Cities Homeless Coalition

For More Information, Contact SSVF:
1052 E. Grand Suite A/B,
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
Phone: (805) 202-3056
Fax: (805) 681-4580

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