Three Homeless Services Lists Updated for 2021-2022
During the winter months when low temperatures pose a greater risk for homeless people living outdoors, additional sheltering resources are available. NVRC's information on regional hypothermia shelters was updated on November 30, 2021. See Suburban Virginia Winter Shelter List.
NVRC's annual update to the Suburban Virginia Homeless Shelter List describes the shelters throughout the region and the requirements for participation in their programs. This list was completely updated December 8, 2021.
NVRC has also updated the list of the daytime drop-in centers in the region with their services and contact information. These centers, which usually allow anyone to walk in, are often the first contact that a homeless person has with the services that can help him or her. The December 2, 2021 update is posted on Suburban Virginia Homeless Drop-in Center List.
Updates are posted in November/December each year. Check the date at the top of the list you need. If is not the current year, check back until the update is available.
Questions and comments should be sent to Tylee@novaregion.org. The address also appears at the bottom of each list when downloaded or previewed.