Homeless Emergency Project Assists Vets with PTSD in Clearwater, Florida

The Homeless Emergency Project has opened a new $3 million apartment complex in Clearwater aimed at rehabilitating Afghanistan and Iraq veterans who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. The transitional apartments will provide special services for young veterans who are either homeless or at risk for becoming homeless, including on-site case managers and other medical staff and transportation to Bay Pines VA Medical Center. The rent is set at 30% of the tenant’s income and the building has 32 apartments. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on October 25.

Information for Florida Vets with PTSD

You can learn more about the Clearwater Homeless Emergency Project shelter, which provides 300 beds of supportive housing, emergency and transitional housing for the temporarily homeless, and permanent supportive housing for disabled individuals and families. For general information about PTSD, please consult our free resources on PTSD. If you are suffering from PTSD and need legal help getting VA benefits, help is here for you. Call us toll-free at (855) 855-8992 or fill out our free online case evaluation form. Our advocates for Florida veterans have committed their careers to helping our service men and women navigate the VA process and receive the benefits they deserve.

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