In 2015, prior to the All the Way Home Campaign, there were 703 homeless veterans in Santa Clara County. As of 2018 there are 660. Since the start of the campaign the housing placement rate of veterans per month has gone from 15 per month to 36 per month. Veterans with vouchers able to find homes has increased from 60% to 92%.
Many U.S. veterans experience conditions that place them at increased risk for homelessness, including higher rates of Mental health issues, addiction disorder and lost jobs. Veterans experiencing homelessness are more likely to live on the street than in shelters and often remain on the street for extended periods of time.