Veterans County Service Officer Funding

SB 1679 (85th Legislature) created a 5% set-aside for Veteran County Service Officer (VCSO) applications in certain grant programs. This set-aside gives applications where the VCSO is listed as the Project Coordinator a competitive advantage in the application selection process.

Funding is available for all service categories within the General Assistance, Housing for Texas Heroes, and Veterans Mental Health grant programs.

Veterans Interactive Services Directory Search For Grant-Funded Services

Find Grant-Funded Services

For Veterans, Dependents, and Surviving Spouses

Includes Clinical Counseling, Employment Support, Financial Assistance, Home Modification, Homeless Veterans Support, Peer Support, Pro Bono Legal, Referrals, Supportive Services, Transportation Programs and Services, and Veteran Treatment Courts.


Local Government Grants Awarded Yearly

The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance administers the Commission’s Veterans County Service Officer (VCSO) funding to local governments. The Fund (or FVA) does not award funding directly to individuals for assistance or services.

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