Sarge’s Place, our homeless Veterans shelter located in Forks, is run with a United States Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) contract. Under HCHV, our non-profit is paid a stipend per Veteran per night that resides within our program. Each Veteran has their own sleeping bay, with communal kitchen, laundry, pantry, dayroom and computer lab.
We also have a 2-bedroom apartment upstairs for Veterans with children or an animal. We have a full-time Master in Social Work Executive Director, full-time Case Manager and full-time live-in House Manager onsite.
Our goal is to assist the Veterans towards permanent housing for all Veterans who are committed to returning to independent living. We provide structure in a clean and sober environment with access to mental health support, intensive case management, and referrals to employment, schooling and life skill groups. This will encourage lasting stability while assisting Veterans in reaching personal goals to help break the cycle of homelessness.
Our program can accommodate individuals, couples, families and Veterans with an animal for up to one year, or as long is necessary to stabilize the household and aid them in moving into permanent housing.
Veterans must meet the following criteria:
- Eligible for VA Healthcare
- Honorable or General Under Honorable Discharge
- Homeless for one or more nights
- Clean and sober
- Willingness to undergo criminal background check
If you meet these criteria and would like more information, please call:
Forks, Wa • Port Angeles, WA
NORVHN (North Olympic Regional Veteran’s Housing Network) offers two permanent housing projects, one located in Forks and the other within Port Angeles, Washington. Both are specifically for Veterans with disabilities.
The Outpost is a 4-plex located off Lauridsen in Port Angeles, Washington with four 2-bedroom apartments subsidized with a Department of Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing voucher. This means that the family residing within this project has on-going support from a VA Social Worker and their rent is based upon their income.
The Veterans and their families must meet the following criteria:
- Must be a Veteran that qualifies for VA health care
- Must have family residing with him or her
- Must have a disability
- Must be homeless
- Must be low income
If you meet these criteria, please call VA Social Worker Olivia Reiber at:
Camp Sol Duc
Camp Sol Duc is a permanent supportive housing project located on Sol Duc Way in Forks, Washington which accommodates two apartments. Residents must be Veterans, and a waitlist is not maintained. Both units are currently occupied.
For more information, please call: