Are you a shelter/non-profit with a construction need? We can help!
HomeAid works with dozens of Shelter Partners across Northern Virginia to help them realize their building/renovation goals. HomeAid has completed over 120 projects at facilities owned or operated by homeless shelters and other non-profits that work with homeless clients to ensure that they are safe/dignified and that the space allows programs to run efficiently.
Shelter Projects are renovations/new builds completed at a 30-100% savings. HomeAid vets applications and then finds a Builder Captain to lead the project. We encourage you to reach out to us to talk through the process before applying if you are new to HomeAid. Learn more about our Shelter Projects here.
The Turnover Program is a new initiative designed to help organizations prepare homes for new tenants by painting throughout and replacing flooring. These are performed quickly so units can be turned over for another family and is funded by HomeAid. Learn more about our Turnover Program here.
Shelter Services include events for clients like our new Afternoon at Wolftrap, professional development for Shelter staff at our Housing Forum, and the collection of backpacks and other items for shelter clients. Please contact us if you’d like to learn more about how you or your shelter’s clients can participate in these activities or if you have a need we can help with! Learn more about all of our Shelter Services here.
Learn more about how your organization can become a HomeAid Shelter Partner by contacting HomeAid Executive Director and CEO Kristyn Burr at 571-283-6320 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HomeAid does not provide housing for the homeless
For help finding housing, please use one of the resources below.
When you dial 2-1-1, a trained professional listens to your situation and suggests sources of help using one of the largest databases of health and human services in Virginia.
Resources by County
If you are homeless or may become homeless and need assistance, please contact your County for an assessment and a connection to available resources for emergency food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, employment, financial assistance and other essential needs.
Fairfax County Coordinated Services:
Arlington County Centralized Access System:
Prince William County Coordinated Entry System:
Loudoun County Coordinated Entry System: