Valor Home is first and foremost a supportive housing program for veterans. The program focuses on providing comfortable housing facilities for veterans, and encourages veterans to use other services available to them to enhance the quality of their lives. Valor Home facilitates access to these programs that veterans might otherwise.
Integral to the Valor Home Program is the concept of individual supportive case management. As soon as a veteran enrolls in the Valor Home Program, he or she is paired with a case manager. The role of the case manager is to act as a resource in overcoming obstacles to self-sufficiency, and to support veterans throughout that process. At least once a week, veterans in Valor Home programs will meet to discuss their progress with a support worker.
While the Valor Home Program is primarily a housing “plus” program, we can assist all veterans who come to use for help, regardless of whether you have been enrolled in the program or not. Valor Home maintains active and positive relationships with many private, community-based, faith-based and federal or state operated social service agencies. We work particularly close to the U.S. Veterans’ Administration Services to ensure that the following needs are especially addressed.
- Housing (Emergency, Transitional and Permanent)
- Case Management
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Medical Assistance
- Dental Assistance
- Vocational Counseling
- Legal Counseling
- Mental Health Counseling
Any veteran who is interested in learning more about receiving these services or anyone who knows a veteran who could benefit from our services are highly encouraged to call the Valor Home of Summit County hotline at 330-773-7000. If you are interested in receiving these services at any other Valor Home location, their respective phone numbers can be found on our ‘Facilities’ page.
We are here to support those who have selflessly served our country, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at all Valor Home locations.