U.S. Army Veteran Jaimaya Jones Receives New Home After Being Homeless

From left are United States Army Veteran Jaimaya Jones with daughters Jainiyah, Tamya and Mylah. (courtesy photo)
From left are United States Army Veteran Jaimaya Jones with daughters Jainiyah, Tamya and Mylah. (courtesy photo)

After over a year of homelessness, living in their vehicle, Army veteran Jaimaya Jones and his family received unexpected help from U.S. Vets – Long Beach.

U.S. Vets found a three-bedroom home, and through a grant-funded program, leased the residence and placed Jones and his daughters into their new home.

In addition, U.S. Vets donated living room furniture, bedroom sets, a refrigerator, bath supplies and kitchenware. The family is now stabilized and will celebrate the coming holidays in a home.

If anyone would like to assist this veteran family or other homeless veterans, call U.S. Vets – Long Beach at (562) 200-7300 or visit usvetsinc.org for more information.

U.S. Vets is the largest veteran-specific, non-profit housing and service provider in the country. The mission of U.S. Vets is to successfully transition military veterans and their families through the provision of housing, counseling, career-development and comprehensive support.

Source: LA Sentinel