The Haven is committed to providing veterans with housing and supportive services.
Since veterans make up approximately one-third of our nation's homeless population - a number expected to grow in the coming years as a younger generation of veterans returns from active combat zones - The Haven is committed to providing this population with housing and supportive services.
The Haven serves 2,500 veterans each year, on the campus of the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration complex. Short-term housing is available at the Alpha Center, and transitional housing that focuses on substance abuse recovery is offered at Victory Place. Female veterans have access to supportive housing at Naomi House and those who suffer with mental illness live in the board and care facility known as Exodus Lodge.
Partner With Us...
The Salvation Army Haven Program is privileged to serve veterans in their journey towards recovery, greater self-determination and sufficiency. This journey is not easy and requires many supportive hands. If you are interested in being one of those supportive hands through donations of any kind, volunteering, or collaborating, please contact us. We would love to partner with you!
Alpha Center: Short term transitional housing.
Exodus Board and Care: Permanent supportive housing for low-income veterans with severe mental illness.
Exodus Lodge Transitional: Short term housing for veterans with mental health conditions.
Naomi House: Emergency and transitional housing for homeless women veterans.
Victory Place: State licensed substance abuse treatment facility.