Supportive Services for Veteran Families

About the Program

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) is a program that helps homeless veterans (or those in imminent danger of becoming homeless) and their families obtain and retain stable, permanent housing, among other things.


Veteran families must meet income and eligibility guidelines, and case management and follow-up services are also a part of the program. In addition, temporary financial assistance may also be available depending on the client needs.

Service Areas


DICSA offers the Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program for the following Upper Peninsula counties:

• Delta

• Dickinson

• Gogebic

• Iron

• Menominee

• Ontonagon


If you're a veteran and meet the income guidelines for this program, SSVF may be able to help you with:


• Rental Assistance
• Utilities
• Security Deposits
• Moving Costs
• Transportation
• Car Repairs
• General Housing Stability
• Emergency Housing Assistance
• Child Care

How can this program help me?

Contact Information


If you are a veteran and are in need of assistance, or know another veteran who would be interested in this program, please do not hesitate to contact us!


For the counties listed above:


Shawn Fligg - Housing Resource Agent

Telephone: (906) 774-2256, x229



1238 Carpenter Ave.

Iron Mountain, MI 49801


If assistance is needed for any other Upper Peninsula county, please call 1-800-562-9762.




© 2014-2016 by Dickinson Iron Community Services Agency. 

Dickinson Iron Community Services Agency

1238 Carpenter Ave.
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
OFFICE: 906-774-2256
FAX: 906-774-2257

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