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How to Get Help if You or Someone You Know is Homeless

If you or someone you know is homeless, contact your local homeless assistance agency to get help. These agencies can help you find temporary or permanent housing options, as well as connect you with local food banks and health care programs.

If you’re a homeless veteran, the Veterans Administration offers safe housing, job opportunities, and health care options. You can learn more online or by calling 1-877-4AID-VET (1-877-424-3838). Service members, veterans and their families can also find services and resources in their communities with the National Resource Directory mobile app.

Find more resources to help with homelessness, including information for homeless families with children and how you can help end homelessness.

To learn about other free resources to help you no matter what your financial situation, sign up for our e-mail list or visit our page.

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