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KDVA Homeless Veterans Program is a proven, successful program that gets homeless veterans off the streets and provides assistance to those at imminent risk of homelessness by connecting them with resources across the state. Resources include but are not limited to:
Immediate needs - food, clothing, access to shelter
access to homeless veteran providers
assistance with Rent and Utilities
Governor Paul Patton established the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA) in 1998. He charged the Department with helping veterans and their families obtain all federal, state, and local veterans benefits to which they are entitled. Kentucky began building a Department capable of significantly assisting Kentucky’s large veteran population.