Shelter Projects

HomeAid Northern Virginia builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach. Our programs serve a diverse mix of people within the homeless population, including victims of domestic violence; people with disabilities; those suffering from chronic physical or mental health issues; and homeless children and teens. HomeAid’s goal is to be a major resource for Northern Virginia service providers: our Shelter Program enables area shelter organizations to expand their housing and programming options with the savings provided, Our Shelter Projects homeless families and individuals to gain stability and a roof over their heads and offer the tools necessary to rebuild their lives on a secure foundation of self-confidence and hope.

HomeAid Northern Virginia shelter projects are made possible by the generous donations from individuals, and our corporate and foundation partners. Thank you.

Ronald McDonald House, Fairfax 2006

Builder Captain: KSI Management

Northern Virginia Family Service, 2010

Builder Captain: Miller&Smith

Fauquier Free Clinic, 2006

Builder Captain: Dodson Homes

More Projects

Alexandria Women Shelter, Alexandria, 2015
ALIVE! House, Alexandria 2009
Alternative House
Bethany House, 2013
Carpenter’s Shelter, Alexandria 2010
Catholic Charities
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fairfax 2010
Christian Relief Services
Community Lodgings
Community Residences
Community Touch
Doorways for Women & Families
Fauquier Family Shelter
Fauquier Free Clinic, 2006
Final Salute, Inc.
Gabriel Homes
Good Shepherd Alliance, 2008
Good Shepherd Housing & Family Services, Alexandria 2011
Good Shepherd Housing Foundation
Haven House, Fauquier County 2005
Hilda Barg Shelter, Prince William County 2005
Ives House, Falls Church
Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)
Loudoun Transitional Housing Program
New Hope Housing
Northern Virginia Family Service
Pathway Homes
Ronald McDonald House, Fairfax 2006
Shelter House
The Brain Foundation
Women Giving Back, Sterling, 2016
Youth For Tomorrow