Military and Veterans Housing Resources

Whether your tour will be for months, years or end with retirement, Housing & Neighborhood Preservation can provide or connect you to a variety of resources that can help you with housing issues.

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 Military Branch Housing Offices

Army Housing

Military Family Housing
GMH Military Housing
560 A Cape Henry Road
Fort Story, VA 23459
(757) 962-3511
(757) 962-3512 - Fax
csweet@gmh-inc.com

Unaccompanied Personnel Housing
Unaccompanied Personnel Housing Building
829 Monroe Avenue
Fort Eustis, VA 23459
pamela.reeves@us.army.mil

Community (Off-Post) Housing
727 Atlantic Avenue
Fort Story, VA 23459
(757) 422-7344
joann.haskett@conus.army.mil

Coast Guard Housing

Area Housing Division​
Lawrence Schick, Area Housing Officer
(757) 686-4044 - Office
(757) 686-4052 - Fax
Lawrence.C.Schick@uscg.mil

Local Housing Branch
Lilli-Jo Pritchard, Chief, Leased Housing Branch
(757) 686-4080 - Office
(757) 686-4052 - Fax
Lilli-Jo.J.Pritchard@uscg.mil

Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH)
Brenda Gentry, UPH Manager
(757) 638-2498 - Office
(757) 686-4052 - Fax
Brenda.M.Gentry@uscg.mil

 

Navy Housing

Base Housing Office
Navy Housing Welcome Center
7924 14th St.
Norfolk, VA 23505-1217

Family Housing
(757) 445-2832
(800) 628-7510
Fax  (757) 445-6935

BEQ/BOQ
(757)445-7800

CNIC Navy Housing
www.housing.navy.mil

 Resources for Homeless Veterans

The City of Virginia Beach is committed to ending veteran homelessness. Homeless veterans should contact their local Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) directly. Case managers at the VAMC are responsible for referring eligible homeless veterans to the PHAs. Any interested homeless veteran should contact their local VAMC directly. The Veterans Administration (VA) office will verify the veteran’s homeless status. The PHA is responsible for income and citizenship verifications. The case manager may compile the documents, but the PHA has the final say reading their appropriateness and section 8 eligibility.

To participate in the HUD VASH program an eligible homeless family (which can be one person) would be referred from the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Hampton to the PHA. The PHA will determine if a family is income eligible and screen out lifetime sex-offender registrants.

If a family no longer needs case management as determined by the VAMC, the family is still eligible for rental assistance under the HCV program. In cases where case management is no longer needed, the PHA could use one of its own vouchers, if available, to continue assisting the family and free up a voucher for another HUD-VASH eligible family. If a regular voucher is not available, the family would continue to use the HUD-VASH voucher. If a HUD-VASH voucher is switched to an HCV program, the family is not subject to the PHA’s waiting list. When the veteran dies the voucher will remain with the family.

For further information please call (757) 722-9961 or visit the HUD-​VASH page.​

Homelessness

National Homeless Call Center
(​877) 424-3838
Available 24 Hours Per Day

VA Medical Facility, Hampton VA
(866) 544-9961 - Ask for the homeless program
www.va.gov/homeless

Mid-Atlantic Health Care Network
www.visn6.va.gov

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Veteran Information
www​.hud.gov/offices/cpd/about/hudvet/state/

Veterans Crisis Line
(800) 273-8255​​​​​​​​​​​​

Contact Information