Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Serving Veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that, on one single night in January 2019, 37,085 Veterans were experiencing homelessness in the same nation they had dedicated their lives to serving.

Funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the SSVF ('Supportive Services for Veteran Families') Program was founded upon the principle that every Veteran has a right to housing.


By providing support at a community level we can end homelessness among the Veteran population. Through the provision of outreach, case-management services, assistance in obtaining benefits and emergency financial resources, the SSVF Program seeks to prevent Veterans and their families from becoming homeless and to rapidly rehouse those who have lost their homes. It is the intention of Volunteers of America Colorado Branch to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population.

Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

Clients must also fall into one of three categories

Category 1 – Residing in permanent housing but at imminent risk of homelessness.

Category 2 – Homeless, but scheduled to be permanently housed within 90 days.

Category 3 – Exited permanent housing in the last 90 days.

Note: Other eligibility criteria may apply depending upon program requirements.

To refer a client to SSVF, please Contact us using the information below:

Referrals, Service Areas, and Contact Information:

  • Veteran Services Center - Denver Metro Area

    Counties Served: Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Boulder, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties

    1247 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO 80204

    Phone: (720)-501-3668

    Email: ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Mobile Office

    No physical location, drives out to meet Veterans in the counties below that they are residing in Counties Served: CHAFFEE, CHEYENNE, CLEAR CREEK, EAGLE, ELBERT, GILPIN, GRAND, JACKSON, KIT CARSON, LAKE, LINCOLN, PARK, ROUTT, SUMMIT, WASHINGTON, YUMA COUNTIES

    Phone: 720-300-3704

    Email: ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Northern Colorado Office

    Counties Served: Larimer

    116 W. Harvard St #4, Fort Collins, CO 80525

    Phone: (970) 999-5877

    Email: bsullivan@voacolorado.org or ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Greeley Field Office

    Counties Served: Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedwick, and Weld.

    800 8th Avenue, Suite 100 Greeley, CO 80631

    Phone: 970-515-5449

    Email: vrusso@voacolorado.org or ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Southwest Colorado Office

    Counties Served: La Plata, Archuleta, Montezuma, San Juan, Dolores, Ouray, San Miguel, Mineral and Hinsdale Counties

    701 Camino del Rio Suite 318 Durango, Co 81301

    Phone: (970) 247-0831

    Email: kcunningham@voacolorado.org

  • Western Slope Field Office

    Counties Served: Mesa, Garfield, Gunnison, Moffat, Montrose, Delta, Rio Blanco, and Pitkin County

    740 Gunnison Avenue (Located within the Center for Independence Building) Grand Junction, CO 81501

    Phone: (970) 644-5220

    Email: ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Pueblo Field Office

    Counties Served: Baca, Bent, Crowley, Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, Kiowa, Las Animas, Otero, Prowers, Pueblo, and Teller.

    627 N. Main St. Pueblo CO 81003

    Phone: 719-320-3382

    Email: ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Alamosa Field Office

    Counties Served: Alamosa, Costilla, Conejos, Rio Grande, and Saguache.

    601 E. 3rd Street. Alamosa, CO 81101

    Phone: 719-937-9241

    Email: ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Colorado Springs Office

    Counties Served: El Paso

    565 Communication Circle, Unit 150. Colorado Springs, CO 80905

    Phone: 719-491-1974

    Email: ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

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