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Homeless Veterans Residential Transitional Housing Program

The Homeless Veterans Residential Transitional Housing program is one of the programs offered by CAAP, Inc. The HVRTH program was organized in response to the need for traditional housing and behavioral health services, including substance abuse treatment for homeless veterans. The program provides residential stability within a therapeutic environment that will assist those served in establishing a greater self-determination, while increasing their skill levels, income, and potential for successful re-entry into the mainstream of community living. Coordinating closely with the Veterans Hospital, this program serves male and female veterans.

Program Services

 

In addition to transitional housing that is safe, clean, and decent, homeless veterans staying in the Homeless Veterans Residential Transitional Housing program facility receive the following services: 

  • Outreach and Assessment

  • Case Management

  • Medical Evaluation

  • Educational Support

  • Job Readiness Training

  • Life Skills Training

  • Transportation

  • Professional Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Mandatory Random Drug Screening

All residents receive therapeutic behavioral health services to help them overcome chemical addiction and other behavioral health problems. Therapeutic services include: 

  • Psycho-Social Assessment

  • Treatment Planning

  • Intensive Outpatient Group Therapy

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Anger Management

  • Moral Recognition Therapy

  • Relapse Prevention

  • Spiritual Support

Homeless Veterans Residential Transitional Housing Program

3375 Winbrook, Memphis, TN, 38116
(901) 346-1140
Andrea Meadors, Program Manager