If you or a Veteran you know is needing assistance with housing, the resources below may be able to help. Whether it be rental assistance, affordable housing, homelessness services or other needs, organizations and programs throughout the federal, state and local levels are here to support you.
VA Salt Lake City – Homeless Veteran Care
If you are a Veteran who is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to financial hardship, unemployment, addiction, depression, or transition from jail, VA Salt Lake City health care can help you. Contact a homeless services care coordinator to get help.
Learn more: VA Homeless Veteran Care
National Call Center for Homeless Veterans: 877-424-3838
Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness—and their family members, friends and supporters—can make the call to or chat online with the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans, where trained counselors are ready to talk confidentially 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Learn more: National Call Center for Homeless Veterans
Utah Housing Authorities
Local housing authorities throughout the state can help Veterans and their families find and apply for affordable housing that fits their needs and budget. Do not hesitate to reach out to your local authority to learn more.
Learn more: Utah Housing Corporation – Housing Authorities
Homeless Veterans Fellowship
Homeless Veterans Fellowship is a non-profit organization that offers a comprehensive set of services designed to address homelessness among Veterans. Located in Ogden, Utah, their services have provided for veterans all over Utah and the intermountain area since HVF was founded in 1989.
Learn more: Homeless Veterans Fellowship
211 Utah can connect you to a variety of federal, state and local resources and services to address your housing and other needs. They have up-to-date information and representatives ready to help you find support.
Learn more: 211 Utah
Veterans Crisis Line: Dial 988 then press 1
If you're a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified Veterans Crisis Line responders for confidential help. Many of them are Veterans themselves. This service is private, free, and available 24/7. Chat online or over the phone with a trained VA staff member.
Learn more: VeteransCrisisLine.net
Houses for Warriors
Houses for Warriors help, guide, and direct homeless and at-risk military veterans and first responders into self-sufficient status while providing a safe, caring and loving environment. They believe that every Warrior deserves a Hand-Up so they are more equipped to handle modern society’s fast-paced lifestyle. Growth is possible at any age, any stage of life, and for any life path. Warriors have spent their whole lives Serving, so now it is time for them to be given a place to transform their lives.
Learn more: HousesForWarriors.org
U.S. HUD – Rental Help
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development offers several assistance programs and resources to address housing and rental needs. They also help find other local resources that may be able to help.
Learn more: U.S. HUD – Rental Help