The assistance you need.
The dignity you deserve.
Veteran homelessness has faced America for decades. Meeting the basic needs of shelter is critical for any human being to reach their fullest potential. Veterans Outreach Center's Residential Community includes emergency shelter, transitional, supportive and independent living.
VOC LIBERTY LANDING - COMING SOON!
Located on Scio Street in Rochester, Conifer Realty and VOC have broken ground on a new housing complex. The project is expected to be complete around February 2020 and offer veterans preference apartments.
For more information or to place your name on the interest list, click the link here!
Veterans Outreach Center, Inc. christened Priscilla’s House, a home for female veterans in March 2017. The house is the first of its kind in the Monroe County area; it provides permanent supportive housing for female veterans, including those with young children. The home has two 2-bedroom apartments. The community was very supportive of the project. A number of businesses contributed to the project: Raymour & Flanigan Furniture, Target, Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning, VFW Post 8495 and ladies auxiliary, along with employees from General Electric. The front porch of the home is dedicated to special friends of VOC, the Garbach family, who are the founders of Meg’s Gift.
You can support Priscilla's House or create your own crowd funding page. Click the link below.
RICHARDS HOUSE AND OTTO HOUSE
Veterans Outreach Center operates Richards House and Otto House to serve homeless male veterans. The facilities accommodate up to 28 residents in a safe homelike environment, where they receive vital mental health services and addiction treatment as first steps toward making positive, long-term lifestyle changes.
The late Reverend Thomas Beddoe Richards served in the United States Air Force 1942-1946 as a chaplain and was awarded the Bronze Star. As a resident of Rochester, Rev. Richards attended Colgate-Rochester Divinity prior to graduating as a member of the class of 1937 at Bucknell University. He was later awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1963 from this same institute. The Reverend Richards focused his life's ministry among the homeless and underprivileged of our community and, specifically, within the city of Rochester. Veterans Outreach Center acquired the building at 785 South Avenue in March, 1999. It was dedicated to the memory of this veteran in honor of his significant contributions to the betterment and well-being of our homeless population.