We recently enrolled a veteran referred from HUD-VASH into our SSVF program who had been residing in a halfway house for addiction. He had been in this house since his release from a 5 year term in prison, and was currently in arrears $2600 for utilities. After working with one of our SSVF Case Managers, he paid $1000 himself and SSVF provided $300. SSVF also paid utility deposit and a rental deposit, which allowed him to be housed November 1st. He has maintained employment while enrolled in a VOC/TECH program which he is scheduled to complete in May 2016. Together, veteran and case manager were able to get arrears reduced and paid and get him successfully housed with a stability plan in place.