Lincoln Military Housing recently announced they are working with Military Housing Association members in partnership with the Military Family Advisory Network to help families left without homes due to delayed or suspended Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders:

Lincoln Military Housing, together with three other Public-Private Venture (PPV) Partners and the Military Family Advisory Network (MFAN), announce commitment to help military families who are between homes due to COVID-19 related closures, cancellations, and delays.

“While we’ve always allowed short-term leases to all qualifying military families,” said Philip Rizzo, Co-CEO for Lincoln Military Housing, “during this uncertain time, we are pleased to work with our Military Housing Association partners and MFAN to further expand the flexibility of those leases.  Our goal is to make sure all military families are aware of these policies and can rest assured that together with our partners, we will provide as many homes as possible to military families in need.”

In addition to providing short-term leases to military families, Lincoln Military Housing has also extended the move-out dates of current residents who have received notice of delayed or suspended Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders.

“Our number one goal is to provide safe, comfortable homes to our service members and their families, now more than ever we want these families to know that we are here for them and committed to meeting their housing needs during this crisis and beyond,” said Rizzo.

Military families interested in short-term leases or have questions regarding existing leases should contact Lincoln Military Housing at


Lincoln Military Housing is now Liberty Military Housing, an employee-owned company.