Operation Homefront is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to build strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive.
Operation Homefront programs offer:
- RELIEF through Critical Financial Assistance and transitional housing programs)
- RESILIENCY through permanent housing and caregiver support services
- RECURRING FAMILY SUPPORT programs and services that help military families overcome the short-term bumps in the road so they don’t become long-term chronic problems.
Do you need financial assistance for overdue bills, repairs, or other critical family needs? If you are active duty, deployed, a veteran, or are a wounded, ill or injured service member or veteran with a service connected wound, illness or injury, and meet our criteria, you may be eligible for assistance from Operation Homefront’s Critical Financial Assistance.
An Army Major forced to retire after a cancer diagnosis, a family of four with a new baby on the way, and a veteran and single mom who is working toward her dream of home ownership. These are just three examples of the hundreds of military families who have been supported through Operation Homefront's housing programs. We offer four distinct programs to assist military families at every stage of their transition into civilian life.
- Transitional Housing (Apartments)
- Permanent Homes for Veterans
- Transitional Homes for Veterans
- Transitional Housing (Villages)
Click here for eligibility requirements and applications for our different programs.
Veteran Caregiver Support (formerly known as Hearts of Valor or HOV) is a network of people caring for wounded, ill or injured service members and veterans, created and maintained by Operation Homefront. We seek to support these caregivers by facilitating online groups that provide social connection to other caregivers in similar situations, fostering support groups by location to encourage resource sharing and friendships, and sponsoring annual retreats to provide education on relevant issues.
- Support Groups
All members of the Veteran Caregiver Support program must meet the following criteria:
- Must be a caregiver of a wounded, ill, or injured service member or veteran
- The service member or veteran must have time served after 9/11/2001
- The service member or veteran’s wound, illness, or injury occurred after 9/11/2001
- The caregiver must provide support documentation that details time in service and wounds, illnesses, or injuries
Check out our website for application and program information.