Through our programs—Crossroads Healthcare Clinic, Kinship Support Services and Self-Sufficiency—lives are being changed and improved every single day.
WHAT WE DO.
Working in partnership with the Cheyenne VA Medical Center, Veteran Housing Services provides short-term housing (up to 90 days) for homeless veterans as they work with case managers to secure permanent housing.
WHO WE SERVE.
Prior to acceptance into the program, the participating veteran will need to have some sort of housing intervention program. Examples are housing vouchers from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, the Cheyenne VA Medical Center, or Volunteers of America.
The options, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of Community Action of Laramie County, Inc., and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States of Veterans Affairs. The federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status or disability.
For more information on our Veteran Housing Services program, please call (307) 635-9291, ext. 126, or click the “call” button below to connect with us now (if you’re viewing this on a mobile phone).
- Participant must be a veteran and be able to provide proof such as a DD214, Benefits Eligibility Award Letter, VA Card, Statement of services.
- Participants need to have anything but a dishonorable discharge from the military.
- Participants need to be in a housing intervention program to participate. Examples are enrollment into the VA HUDVASH housing voucher program, Volunteers of America veteran programs, etc…
- Need to pass a background check. Sexual offenders are not eligible for the Community Action of Laramie County program.
- Need to be willing to work with a case manager on a weekly basis.
Federal Poverty Guidelines
Partners and Resources
- Veteran Affairs
- VA Hospital
- Volunteers of America
- Veteran’s Rock
- VFW chapters
- American Legion
- Vet Center
- Needs Inc.
- Department of Family Services
- Cheyenne Housing Authority