The Southeast Veterans Service Center (SEVSC) and Chesapeake Veterans House (CVH) transitional housing program provides an extensive list of services for homeless veterans eighteen years and older. Primary is safe, clean temporary housing and hot meals. Additional services include case management for assistance in addressing issues that may be impeding a veteran’s ability to secure and maintain permanent housing: mental and substance abuse counseling, medical support via an onsite VA clinic; dental referrals; employment counseling, skill development workshops teaching computer literacy in the onsite computer lab covering resume writing and other processes needed for job and housing searches.
The support program also provides transportation, barber services, credit management, financial planning, and housing counseling. These are conducted through partnerships with Lydia’s House and a work- readiness support partnership with US Vets.
Access Housing, Inc. (DC) facilities provide housing and support services to formerly homeless veterans; from all wars and branches of the U.S. military.
I️ don’t reccomended the Chesapeake housing due to there unfairness to women, case managers/managers holding personal vendettas against people living there being child like gossiping with workers. I️ do not reccomended this place. The VA system is completely messed up and need people working there that actually care about helping veterans