The staff and volunteers at COGUM Global actively seek out ways to find housing for the homeless in the Rock Hill, SC and Charlotte, NC area. This includes helping homeless veterans. Hospital to Housing is one part of that particular program. Here’s a brief overview of what this program provides in terms of affordable veterans housing.

How Hospital to Housing Works

Veterans can have a difficult time adjusting to life outside the military. This is especially true if they’ve been injured in battle and have spent time recovering in a hospital. In many cases, these vets find themselves unable to work and unable to maintain housing. To make it easier for homeless veterans to find adequate housing, COGUM Global established the Hospital to Housing program.

First, the Hospital to Housing VA Point of Contact identifies veterans who may be good candidates. They’ll conduct various assessments to see if if the vet is well-suited for the program.

Next, veterans work with their VA case managers and other officials to create a post-discharge plan. A care management plan will be created. This plan includes regular follow-ups with the veteran’s care team from the VA.

Once the veteran has been discharged, a permanent housing plan is created. Care and support are provided at every step to help make the transition successful.

To learn more about housing for the homeless in Rock Hill, SC and surrounding areas of North Carolina and South Carolina, call COGUM Global. We’re ready to help!