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Augusta VA provides housing to 122 homeless veterans



VA Augusta has announced it has provided 122 permanent housing placements to local veterans in 2022, via its Health Care for Homeless Veterans Program, or HCHV.

Through the program’s efforts, the VA was able to place veterans in apartments or houses that they could rent or own, often made afford...

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  1. But WHERE are these Veterans housed? Some of the locations aren’t fit for human habitation, much less to honor those who fought to keep this Country free! The Maxwell House on Greene Street is one such unfit place that needs to be updated and cleaned up ASAP! SHAME on the Florida developer who is milking this place on taxpayer dollars!

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