Fellow veterans help World War II Navy Veteran
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Fort Lauderdale, FL – On any given night, tens of thousands of Veterans are homeless in America; hundreds of thousands more are facing imminent homelessness.

Throughout the country, VA-funded Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) programs help end and prevent homelessness for very low income veterans such as Lawrence Blum.

The 99-year-old World War II Navy Veteran was facing eviction in Broward County, Florida when he reached out to Purpose Built Families Foundation’s SSVF program, Operation Sacred Trust, last week.

World War II Navy Veteran gets help at Operation Sacred Trust Supportive Services for Veteran Families program in Fort Lauderdale.

If you are a veteran experiencing or facing homelessness, you can find a VA-funded Supportive Services for Veteran Families program from veteranhousinghelp.com or by searching for an SSVF program near you. In Broward or Miami-Dade counties, you can reach Operation Sacred Trust at 855-SSVF-411 (855-778-3411) or at operationsacredtrust.com.