The goal of Jericho’s Veterans Initiative is to increase supportive and affordable housing options and to create employment opportunities for homeless and low-income veterans in New York City.
To find out if you are eligible for services at Jericho Project, please complete the contact form at the bottom of this page.
Housing and Programs Designed for Veterans
Our Veterans Initiative provides over 700 veterans with homes and the support they need to heal from the wounds of war and reclaim their civilian lives with dignity and hope.
This initiative is comprised of housing, employment and supportive services for veterans. We have three veteran-dedicated supportive housing residences, and a veteran supportive apartment program that provides housing placement throughout New York City.
Jericho’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has enabled Jericho to provide 450 low-income veterans and their families with assistance to either prevent imminent homelessness or to rapidly re-house veterans who have recently become homeless by helping them identify employment as quickly as possible.
Jericho’s Workforce Opportunities Program (WfO) provides a full range of employment and vocational services to homeless and low-income New York City veterans. In 2019, veterans earned an average hourly salary of $17.24 per hour. The Jericho Veteran Employment Program (JVEP) helps veterans without a secure income to gain employment prior to becoming homeless.
To inquire about services available through this program, please call 646-970-7170 or email us at email@example.com.
If you are a veteran and need help with homelessness prevention, housing, employment, or other supportive services, please fill out the form below to find out if you are eligible for our services.
Housing Stabilization. As a member of the NYC Aftercare Working Group, Jericho Project has partnered with city agencies and local nonprofits to develop aftercare tools and resources to ensure that once a veteran gets housed they remain stably housed. Please click here for additional information that may be useful to help a veteran maintain their housing.