NATIONAL VETERANS OUTREACH PROGRAM: GIVING TEXANS IN NEED A #HANDUP SINCE 1972
VETERANS: Here To Assist You with Housing & Employment
For more than 45 years, the National Veterans Outreach Program (NVOP) has maintained a steadfast commitment to serving our nation’s veterans. From advocating for veterans of the Vietnam era to being at the forefront of services for a new generation of service members transitioning to civilian life, the NVOP is united by our unbreakable commitment to give our heroes and their families the opportunities they deserve. NVOP has long been in the fight to end Veteran homelessness and that continues to be the focus of much of what we do.
CIVILIANS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS: Here To Assist You With Employment
In recent years the NVOP has expanded its services to include employment services for civilians who are experiencing homelessness in a partnership with the Texas Workforce Commission. NVOP is extremely honored to serve civilians in need by providing a #HandUP. Program benefits may include: job search assistance, help completing job applications/resumes, funds for Driver License/Birth Certificate fees, access to computer lab, bus passes, purchase of work-related items (boots, uniforms, tools), as well as referrals, support, and guidance.
tribute video: Carlos martinez
IN LOVING MEMORY: Our former CEO/President Carlos Martinez dedicated his post-military career to improvement and expanding of Veteran services. NVOP has had great influence on the improvements and evolution of Veteran services in the United States credit to Mr. Martinez’s vision, dedication, and business acumen.
Please take a moment to share in the celebration of Mr. Martinez’s lifetime of service here.
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Residential Center for Veterans
American GI Forum’s Residential Center for Veterans offers a mix of services including job counseling, employment services, chemical dependency counseling, daily meal service, and community reintegration programs.
Employment & Training Programs
The American GI Forum provides several different programs for employment assistance, each with specific populations of veterans as its focus (post-9/11, women, homeless, disabled, etc.).
Teaming with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the National Veterans Outreach Program (NVOP) presently provides 170 apartments for low-income elderly.
More than $12 million raised in 2018
veterans placed in
safe and stable housing.
veterans and individuals
secured well paying jobs.
veterans and individuals
received supportive services.