Veteran's Permanent Supportive Housing Redevelopment
Department of Veterans Affairs Carl Vinson VA Medical Center
Freedom's Path at Dublin was selected by Georgia DCA for Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) in 2020. After a long, hard road, we have pulled together all of the necessary capital and have closed on all financing. Construction began on October 3, 2022. We are eager to complete this much needed development for our United States military Veterans.
FREEDOM'S PATH DUBLIN DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE
October 2022- October 2023—Construction/Rehabilitation
October 2023—Receive Certificate of Occupancy/Final Acceptance of Buildings
Lease-Up and Operations
April 2023—Begin Lease-Up Process—Qualification of Residents
October 2023—Move in First Residents
April 2024—Complete Lease-Up
October 2024—Part 3 Historic Certification and National Register Listing
October 2024—Project Stabilization and Financing Conversion to Permanent
This timeline is estimated by our Development Team and is subject to change. Please check back with us for updates.
WHAT'S TO COME
FREEDOM'S PATH DUBLIN
This video was recorded at Freedom's Path Hines, Illinois. The Veterans and their stories are real. Freedom's Path is a proven way to reduce the number of homeless Veterans while restoring them back to their rightful place of honor. The Freedom's Path Development Team is eager to bring Freedom's Path Dublin, Georgia to our United States Military Veterans!
This project includes two components, the first of which is the adaptive re-use and historic renovation of the two existing buildings to generate 44 (22 studio and 22 one bedroom) units with a leasing preference being provided to Veterans who are homeless, near homeless, or disabled, who meet the income guidelines of the program and a six unit new construction building. The two bedroom units are being developed to serve small households, which may include female Veterans or two parent households with a child. With more women in the military, this has become an emerging issue in terms of housing Veterans with income or disability issues.
DUBLIN VETERAN COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION PLAN
The Dublin Veterans Community Revitalization Plan focuses efforts on meeting the housing challenges facing Veterans in the city and expanding community coordination efforts to ensure that Veterans have access to safe affordable housing solutions, and a safe place to call home. The City of Dublin is supportive of the Carl Vinson Veterans Affairs Medical Center efforts to increase high quality, permanent‐supportive housing for Veterans on the Dublin, Georgia Veterans Administration’s campus
DUBLIN, GEORGIA HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY
The city of Dublin, Georgia retained Bowen National Research in June of 2017 for the purpose of conducting a Housing Needs Assessment Survey of Dublin, Georgia and surrounding areas of Laurens County.
The Carl Vinson Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) in Dublin serves Veterans from 150 Georgia counties. The VAMC is the largest employer in the county and is currently increasing their number of employees and adding 65 new skilled positions. VAMC is located on 75 acres and has a 340-bed, full service healthcare facility and hospital that serves Veterans short- and long-term medical needs along with primary care, mental health services, substance abuse treatment and PTSD therapy, plus multiple ancillary services.
DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
LETTER OF SUPPORT
Letter of Support from U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to Georgia Department of Community Affairs for Freedom's Path Development Team to create Permanent Supportive Housing for Homeless and At-Risk Veterans at the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center in Dublin, Georgia.
THE 2022 ANNUAL HOMELESS ASSESSMENT REPORT (AHAR) TO CONGRESS
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) releases the Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress (AHAR) in two parts. Part 1 provides Point-inTime (PIT) estimates, offering a snapshot of homelessness—both sheltered and unsheltered— on a single night. The one-night counts are conducted during the last 10 days of January each year. The PIT counts also provide an estimate of the number of people experiencing homelessness within particular homeless populations, such as people with chronic patterns of homelessness and veterans experiencing homelessness.