How to Stay Here

At this time the PVCH is NOT open for veteran residents while we undergo renovations, however we are open for daily day services whether it be a cup of coffee or some direction and support.

Continue to check back to see updates on our renovation progress.


Acceptance into the PVCH program is based on a first-come, first-serve basis as beds become available. The program is designed for 30-day to 90-day stays with case review every thirty days to determine eligibility to remain in the program. All those seeking entrance into our program must be verifiable veterans with honorable discharge status.

Upon entering the program, veterans need to have DD-214 and VA identification card and/or State Identification card to use PVCH services, as well as proof of vet status providing either VA card, military ID or DD214 with appropriate picture ID. No exceptions.

In order to maintain an environment conducive for the success of the veterans that we serve, The PVCH relies on the adherence to the rules and regulations outlined in our trooper handbook as well as the chain of command. Basing our structure on the military, we expect each of the veterans to respect those around them, troopers and staff alike. Violations of the rules and regulations can result in dismissal from the program.

During regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 9:00am -5:00pm, other non-resident homeless vets may use laundry, shower and meal services provided that they have approval and identification.