For Veterans

Goodwill Houston helps veterans as they re-integrate into the civilian labor market after military service or overcome other barriers to employment. All vets' programs require other-than-dishonorable discharge and a least one day of active military service.

If you are a Veteran and would like to inquire about working for Goodwill through our Job Connection services, please see below for a map of locations.

Vets’ Employment and Training Services (VETS) (713) 699-6352, San Jacinto
Helps all veterans with employment and training resources.

Incarcerated Veterans Transitional Program (IVTP) (713) 699-6352, San Jacinto
Provides employment services to veterans who are currently incarcerated and within 18 months of release, or have been released from incarceration in the last 6 months.

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP) (713) 699-6352, San Jacinto
Helps homeless veterans (unsheltered, temporary housing, facing eviction) find employment.

Female Homeless Veterans and Homeless Veterans with Families (FHVRP) (713) 699-6352, San Jacinto
Assists female homeless veterans and homeless veterans with dependent children by providing employment services and referrals to housing and supportive services. 

Operation: Good Jobs (OGJ) (713) 699-6352, San Jacinto
Combines employment services with family financial strengthening services for veterans and their households. 

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) (713) 699-6352, San Jacinto
Provides case management and temporary financial assistance for low-income veteran families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. Financial assistance for child care, transportation, rental assistance, utility-fee payment assistance, security deposits, utility deposits, moving costs, and emergency supplies is available for eligible veterans. Assistance also includes applying for VA benefits and other programs.