Veterans Helping Veterans Heal Website
Winston-Salem, NC
2008 – 2012

Steele Group Architects was asked to renovate a 2-story, 8,400 SF existing building to create Veterans Helping Veterans Heal, a transitional housing facility that provides housing and rehabilitation services to veterans. The renovation consisted of the demolition of existing interior partitions, ceilings and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems and designing a new facility.

The newly designed facility includes a classroom and dining space, offices and administration spaces, a living room and other basic residential services. Sleeping quarters are provided in 30 beds arranged in both private and dorm-style rooms. We worked closely with consultants to provide a building that is both energy and cost conscious and that helps to minimize operating expenses for our client.

Owned and managed by the North Carolina Housing Services & Management Corp., a nonprofit affiliate of the North Carolina Housing Foundation, Veterans Helping Veterans Heal is part of Winston-Salem’s long-term plan to end chronic homelessness. The primary funding sources were a grant from the Veterans Administration and funds provided by the United Way.


Michael Osman, LEED AP
Principal Architect, Project Designer, Project Manager

Jeffrey Schrift, Associate AIA
Technical Designer, Document Production, Construction Administration

Matthew Rodda, AIA, LEED AP
Architect of Record