Affordable housing for veterans opens on site of former March Air Force Base in Riverside County

CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani took part in a grand opening ceremony March 29th at March Veterans Village in Riverside County. The multifamily housing development was funded, in part, by the Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention Program, administered jointly by CalVet, California Department of Housing and Community Development, and California Housing Finance Agency.

March Veterans Village, a joint project of Coachella Valley Housing Coalition and partner U.S. Vets — Inland Empire, the 138-unit community will provide housing for veterans and their families experiencing or at-risk of homelessness. U.S. Vets will also provide a range of supportive services on site.


  1. Angela Weldon · · Reply

    Looking for housing for a veteran.


    1. Steven Wilson · · Reply

      Hi Angela. I apologize for our delay in responding to you. Please find our housing options here:


  2. VA number 1 killer of vets. I’m 100% and the VA says because of that I am not qualified for assistance I have been homeless for almost 3yrs going hotel , friend to friend. Not asking for money just something temporary till I get credit right loma Linda refused 100 of calls to all these we help vets bullsh…..
    Soldier left behind!!!!


    1. Hi Karen, the women veterans division would like to talk with you to see how we can help. 916 653-1402.


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