We're Making a Difference
creating permanent homes
of clients who left our SERVE Family Shelter didn’t return to homelessness within one year
employment for homeless
of our clients in homeless shelters are employed
of immigration cases where a decision was reached were approved in favor of our clients
serving those in need
people find stability and self-sufficiency each year across Northern Virginia with the help of NVFS
Arlington / Fairfax (County) / Loudoun / Prince William / Alexandria / Fairfax (City) / Falls Church / Manassas / Manassas Park
achieving health milestones
of kids in Healthy Families reached developmental milestones
Celebrating the Stories
- Mental HealthGlenda |
Healthy Families gave Glenda the tools to work through her postpartum depression and help her become a stable, independent mom.
- Life SkillsAnatolia |
When Anatolia became pregnant at 19, she wasn’t sure where to turn. She knew she needed help to prepare for her new role as a mom and found support through NVFS to ensure her success as a parent, and in creating a brighter future for herself and her daughter.
- EntrepreneurshipOctavio |
With Escala’s assistance, Octavio completed his business plan for a full-service electrical contracting company and had the guidance he needed to successfully move forward. His salary has increased by 50 percent, and he has been able to successfully send two of his children to college.
- Well-BeingAbby |
Bringing home a new baby, especially her first, is often the happiest moment of a mother’s life. However, this was not the case for Abby. Learn how NVFS helped her receive the parenting support she needed, as well as housing and transportation, to improve her circumstances.
- Career DevelopmentCrystal |
Crystal needed a car to help her get to work and transport her family. But what she received from NVFS was much more than a vehicle; she was connected to NVFS’ Training Futures program and gained both the skills and confidence she needed to build a brighter future.
- HousingFrances |
Frances is a fighter. Her family suffered financial hardship, job loss, and then eviction. In spite of this, Frances kept her family together. Frances submitted job applications every day, and eventually NVFS’ SERVE team identified an affordable home for her family.