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Housing


For Volunteers of America and the people we support, a home is far more than shelter. It's the foundation of life. We guide individuals and families by providing not only safe, affordable housing, but also the vital support services they need to thrive.

We are one of the nation’s largest nonprofit providers of quality, affordable housing for low and moderate-income households. We create and manage housing for the homeless, families with children, the elderly, and people with disabilities, including physical and mental disabilities.

We are also a proud member of the Partnership for Sustainable Communities, a national nonprofit group dedicated to helping make our communities more environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable through community planning and development

Wherever there are people who need homes, Volunteers of America will be there, extending a smile and a helping hand. 

Find Affordable Housing

Learn more about our various programs through the links under "Inside the Section." And to see which services may be offered near you, please use our “Find a Local Office” search or search our services by state, ZIP code or service type.

Providing Homes and Hope to Veterans and Their Families

Our second permanent supportive housing project for veterans in Chicago will provide housing and supportive services to veterans and their families. Aptly named Hope Manor II, it will include a number of town-homes and multi-bedroom apartments in order to better accommodate a growing trend in homeless or nearly homeless veterans - veterans with families.

Recover, Rebuild, Rebirth: Hurricane to Homecoming

Almost five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, Volunteers of America opened its first new affordable senior housing community in the region since the storm and is welcoming back residents displaced by the hurricane.

Tammy's Story

After her daughter suffered a traumatic brain injury, Betty said, “I was so worried that Tammy would not be able to take care of herself if something unexpected happened to me." A social worker recommended Volunteers of America’s Life House in Asheville, N.C., an affordable and supportive apartment complex for people with limited physical mobility and disabilities.

Housing Brochure

For Volunteers of America and the people we support, a home is far more than shelter. It’s the foundation of life. We guide individuals and families by providing not only safe, affordable housing, but also the vital support services they need to thrive.