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Veterans Housing

The Malachi House is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) faith-based public charity that exists to improve the quality of life for people who have fallen on hard times and need a helping hand. The Malachi House in partnership with Veteran Administration operates a six-unit apartment complex in the city of Newport News, VA that is being used for transitional housing for homeless female veterans and their families. These units are available for veterans and their families with the main focus of getting them into some type of permanent housing within 24 months. In addition to the housing provision, the Malachi House also provides job readiness training, lifeskills training and financial counseling. Also family and clinical counseling are provided through a partnership with Living Waters Counseling Center.

But most importantly, the Malachi House International, Inc. has a very personal reason for wanting to help homeless veterans that may have some type of chronic situation either mentally, physically or due to substance abuse because the Malachi House's president and 75 % of its advisory Board Members are all veterans. The Malachi House especially would like to serve female veterans because usually females have children, and by serving female veterans the children of these women may have an opportunity to have a better chance to succeed in life. These young people (children) are our future and in a very small way the Malachi House is helping the current generation as well as the future generation to become successful in life as well as an providing hope so that the children of these women might be able to develop a positive outlook on life knowing that someone helped their parents in the time of need to become great and moved from homelessness to homeownership.

The Malachi House is always seeking partners who can assist with this great work of helping people to help themselves out of homelessness and poverty. For further information call (757) 871-0982.