Homes For Our Troops (HFOT) builds mortgage-free, specially adapted homes for severely injured Veterans so these Heroes may live in a safe and barrier-free environment. Most of the Veterans HFOT serves have sustained injuries including multiple limb amputations, partial or full paralysis, and/or severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). These fully accessible homes restore some of the freedom and independence our Veterans sacrificed while defending our country, and enable them to focus on their family, recovery, and rebuilding their lives.

Homes For Our Troops provides newly constructed, specially-adapted homes designed for maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently at no cost to the Veterans we serve.


How can Homes for Our Troops Help You?

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I am a Veteran (or Spouse/ Caregiver)
with Specially Adapted Housing eligibility
and need a specially adapted home.

I am a Veteran who has not yet received
a Specially Adapted Housing eligibility letter.

I am a Veteran in need of help.

I would like to support HFOT.
How can I help?

Request Assistance VA SAH Grant Info Resources for Veterans Ways to Support our Mission

Basic Qualifying Criteria

  1. Injured in the theatre of combat operations, post  9/11/01.
  2. Retired or in the process of medical retirement from military service
  3. Received letter of eligibility for the VA Specially Adapted Housing  (SAH) Grant program
  4. The HFOT home must be your primary residence. You will accept the responsibility of home ownership and have the resources to maintain a home. (Ongoing maintenance and upkeep, property taxes, home insurance, utilities, etc.)

SAH Requirements

 

Homes For Our Troops requires that applicants be eligible and approved for the VA Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant prior to the release of an HFOT application. If you do not have SAH grant eligibility, but feel you meet the SAH grant requirements listed on the VA website, please submit form 26-4555 to your VA Regional Loan Center or through your VA eBenefits account. To find the VA Regional Loan Center that covers your state, please visit VA Website.

Once the VA renders their decision on your eligibility, please submit an online inquiry and upload a copy of your SAH grant rating narrative at https://www.hfotusa.org/inquiry/  

If you have already been determined to be eligible for the SAH grant, please contact the VA at 1-800-827-1000 or 1-844-698-2311 to request a copy of your SAH grant rating narrative.  Once you have your SAH grant rating narrative in hand please redact your social security number, complete an online inquiry and upload a copy of your SAH grant rating narrative at https://www.hfotusa.org/inquiry/

If you are unable to upload a copy of your SAH rating narrative please email, mail or fax a copy within 24 hours to the contact information below.

We will contact you within 7 business days to discuss the HFOT Program with you and provide an official application for assistance if you are eligible. If you have questions about HFOT’s Program, please email them to Intake@hfotusa.org.


Additional Veteran Resources:

Disabled American Veterans
877-426-2838
Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA)
866-734-0857
Blinded Veterans Association
800-669-7079
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Nat’l HQ NY 212-982-9699
Washington, DC 202-544-7692
American Legion
317-630-1200
Veterans Crisis Line
800-273-8255 Press 1
Veterans of Foreign Wars
816-756-3390
National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
800-VET-HELP
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-SAFE (7233)
Caregiver Support
855-260-3274
Survivor Outreach Services Department of Veterans Affairs
800-827-1000
National Resource Directory (eBenefits) Military One Source
800-342-9647
National Military Families Association
703-931-6632
Elizabeth Dole Foundation
202-249-7172