Veterans Community Project refuses to let any Veteran fall through the cracks. From providing housing to offering walk-in support services, we’re here for everyone who took the oath to serve America.



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Tiny houses in Kansas City Give Homeless Veterans a Place to Call Home

June 10, 2020

"Homeless veteran." It's a stinging coupling of words in a nation that prides itself on the reverence placed on military service. Unfortunately, reverence doesn't keep out the rain. Enter a community group in Kansas City, Mo., that believes tiny houses will provide thousands of the city's veterans a home.

Nonprofit Organizations are Stepping up to Serve the Homeless in Kansas City during COVID-19 Outbreak

March 24, 2020

Veterans Community Project is taking their mission to the streets, stepping in to coordinate a city-wide effort to provide services to the homeless during the COVID-10 outbreak. 

NBC Nightly News: "How this Organization Uses Tiny Houses to Help Homeless Veterans

November 22, 2019

VCP is working to tackle veteran homelessness. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 37,828 veterans are homeless on any given night. VCP is aiming to change that number.

“We’re not just ending veteran homelessness in Kansas City,” said Mixon. “Our end goal is to end veteran homelessness nationwide.”

Yeley Dons Special Helmet for Speedweeks Races

February 13, 2020

JJ Yeley will have a unique helmet for this weekend's Daytona Speedweeks festivities, and he does so for a very special cause. 

VCP Resident Receives Purple Heart and Invitation to State of the Union Address

February 06, 2020

A “chance encounter” at an Olathe movie theater brought Michael Williams, a Wounded Warrior Fellow working for U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids, into Army veteran recipient Kyle Prellberg’s life. This week, Prellberg accompanied Davids as a guest at the State of the Union address.

Veterans Community Project Celebrates Village Completion

December 03, 2019

With the flip of a switch, the Veterans Community Project celebrated the completion of its tiny home village at East 89th Street and Troost Avenue. The milestone was years in the making. What started as a mission to house homeless veterans has grown into a full suite of support services, from medical care to free bus passes.

Group Turns to Tiny Houses to End Vet Homelessness

July 19, 2019

On any given night, more than 37,000 veterans are homeless in the United States. Stephanie Ruhle speaks with former Missouri Secretary of State and former U.S. Army Intel Officer Jason Kander about what he’s doing about it.

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