Volunteers of america here in Shreveport is facing more than $250,000 in federal budget cuts. The cuts are coming from the federal homeless assistance grants. VOA uses that money to help pay for highland haven, a transitional home for women who age out of the foster care system, without a place to call home. The program will lose it's funding tomorrow and right now, there's still at least 2 women in the program. Chuck Meehan is the President and CEO of Volunteers of America. He said, "They're not going to be able to receive the support, the training, and the services that we provided that helped them get prepared to live independently and become productive citizens, frankly." The VOA's Lighthouse Program and Transitional Housing for Veterans are also going to lose some funding.