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Easterseals Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP) helps veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness reintegrate into the labor force. We prepare male and female veterans for stable, long-term employment. HVRP addresses their complex needs, helping them enroll in local support services.

We are with our veterans every step of the way, including follow-ups after employment is secured.

HVRP is:

  • Easily accessible
  • Hands-on
  • In the community
  • Flexible and collaborative
  • Effective

Our Services

Dedicated case managers work with veterans to create an Individualized Employment Plan (IEP). The IEP details employment goals, strategies, and outcomes so that the veterans we serve can successfully reintegrate into the labor force and community. We want to see our veterans succeed.

  • Personalized assessment and career planning
  • Employment counseling 
  • Funds for in-demand job training and certifications 
  • Job placement services and follow ups
  • Referrals to supportive services (housing, health, legal, transportation)

Service Areas

We serve veterans throughout Washington, DC; Maryland; and Virginia.


To qualify for the program, a veteran must meet the following criteria: 

  • Homeless or at risk of homelessness. Includes:

    • Homeless within the last 60 days
    • Imminent risk of homelessness
    • Enrolled in HUD-VASH or SSVF RRH
    • Transitioning from incarceration
    • Low-income families who are losing their housing
  • Veteran status (with proof: DD214)
  • Active-duty service & discharge other than dishonorable

*If you are a veteran and do not qualify for Easterseals Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, please contact Easterseals Veteran Staffing Network.

Contact Us

For information, contact or (301) 920-9768. Service providers, contact us if you would like to refer a veteran to us. Employers, contact us if you are looking to hire a veteran who has the resources for long-term success!

Easterseals DC MD VA’s Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program is 100 percent funded by the U.S. Department of Labor through awards totaling $1,000,000.