Veterans Assistance Supportive Housing (VASH) Program
The VASH Program is a supportive housing program in partnership with the Veterans Administration facility in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The HUD–VASH program combines HUD Housing Choice Voucher rental assistance for homeless veterans with case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs at its medical centers and in the community.
The Veterans Administration facility will refer all eligible HUD-VASH families to the Santa Fe County Housing Authority. All interested veterans must contact the VA in Santa Fe to see if they qualify for assistance. Veterans Affairs Santa Fe, NM
The New Mexico Behavioral Health Collaborative Permanent Supportive Housing Program (Linkages) is a state funded initiative that provides rental subsidies and supportive services to qualifying individuals. Qualifying individuals must be homeless or precariously housed, have a serious mental illness and have little or no income. Ten percent of the voucher population must include Native American individuals living off the reservation.
Linkages is a supportive housing program. Individuals must first go to the Supportive Services Agency, The Life Link, to get qualified. The Life Link
The Santa Fe County Housing Authority, in collaboration with the Life Link administers The Bridge Program. This program is a Supportive Housing Program for individuals who have a behavioral health illness with little or no income.
Qualified individuals will be referred from the Life Link to the Housing Authority for assistance.
For more information regarding the programs listed above, please contact Valerie Huerta email@example.com