This project explored the current homeless population in New Hampshire’s Hillsborough County for veterans with mental health challenges. The objective was to identify the gaps and vantages between two important identifiers. One important statistic in the SWOT analysis is the demand for more veterans to be advocates for themselves as well as organizations merging their services to decrease and potentially end the homeless veteran challenges. Government funding has reached a high percentage of veterans. The results have been overall positive as the facts show trends leading to potentially ending homelessness and aiding mental illness in homeless veterans. The conclusions derived from this report are positive trends in the homeless veteran population. An evaluated takeaway is that approved legislation for continued funding will be a significant value for future mental health and homeless veterans’ futures.
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College or School
College of Professional Studies Granite Division
Program or Major
Health Care Management
Hidden, Bruce, "Gaps and Vantages in Mental Health and Homeless Veterans" (2023). M.S. in Health Care Management. 13.