In June of 2014, Mayor Martin Walsh and the City of Boston answered the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness issued by First Lady Michelle Obama to house all veterans by the end of 2015, and thus Boston Homes For The Brave was born.  Boston Homes for the Brave brings together an unprecedented group of government and nonprofit agencies, all working in conjunction and committed to ending veteran homelessness in Boston. 

The City developed a database to match homeless veterans with available housing. You can view partnering organizations below, or help by listing your available units


PUBLIC PARTNERS

City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development 
City of Boston Veterans’ Services
Boston Housing Authority 
Massachusetts Department of Veteran’s Services
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
Massachusetts Interagency Council on Housing and Homelessness
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 
U.S. Veterans Administration
U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness 

NONPROFIT PARTNERS

Boston Public Health Commission
Pine Street Inn 
New England Center for Homeless Veterans 
Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance 
HomeStart, Inc. 
St. Francis House
Volunteers of America Massachusetts 
Veterans, Inc. 
Boston Health Care for the Homeless 
Project Place
Boston Rescue Mission
Casa Esperanza 
Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership 
Commonwealth Land Trust 
Simtech Solutions