HISTORY

History of VTC

The Veterans Transition Center (VTC) has provided Transitional Housing since 1998. The program is designed to place an emphasis on Veteran accountability through a strong partnership between a client and their Case Manager. Veterans enrolled in VTC programs work to establish short-term goals that accumulate to reach larger program goals.

Case Managers evaluate the benefits a Veteran is receiving when they enter into a VTC program and make sure that all earned benefits are being collected. If there is a deficiency, the Veteran and Case Manager work together for the Veteran to start receiving all unpaid earned benefits.

VTC Case Managers provide formerly homeless Veterans the tools necessary to achieve successful independence in society. With long-standing relationships with local social services providers, VTC is able to walk each client through the process of securing permanent housing through the HUD-VASH office and referrals to SSVF. Clients also work with their Case Managers to address any employment barriers and have the opportunity to improve their marketable job skills at VTC’s Job Development and Education Center (JDEC), work one-on-one on their resume and job interview skills and take advantage of VTC partnerships with multiple employment agencies.

VTC’s client driven program has reached incredible levels of success in past years and we plan to continue down that path. The VTC has always strived to exceed the VA’s purposed matrix. Based upon a 19-year record of success, VTC is confident that they will meet the VA’s Service Intensive Model Required Minimum Performance Metrics/Targets. However, VTC goals are to exceed those targets as follows: Service-Intensive Transitional Housing Planned Performance Matrix: Discharge to permanent housing 75 percent; employment of individuals at discharge 60 percent; and negative exits will be less than 20 percent.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Oct
19
Sat
2019
all-day Honor Our Fallen 5K and 10K even...
Honor Our Fallen 5K and 10K even...
Oct 19 all-day
Honor Our Fallen 5K and 10K event - 7th Annual Event ... @ fort ord dunes state park | Marina | California | United States
The Honor Our Fallen 5K/10K Walk & Run is a tribute to our Nation’s fallen heroes established by a Monterey County Gold Star Mother in 2013 who was passionate about bringing awareness of our members[...]
Nov
11
Mon
2019
5:00 pm 2nd Annual 11-11 Gala
2nd Annual 11-11 Gala
Nov 11 @ 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm
2nd Annual 11-11 Gala @ Mariott Hotel | Monterey | California | United States
Monday, November 11, 2019 at Monterey Marriott Join us at the 2nd Annual 11.11 Gala hosted by Veterans Transition Center We have special keynote speaker Dr. Charles Hoge, along with a host of other dynamic[...]