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Our mission is to end homelessness in Northern Virginia by stabilizing housing situations and promoting self-sufficiency. We champion our neighbors’ rights to have decent, affordable, and accessible housing. We provide the education and resources our neighbors need to become self-sufficient and we involve, educate and empower the community to combat homelessness.
In the mid-1980s, the words "poverty" and "Fairfax County" seemed like an oxymoron to most people.
Nevertheless, a group of concerned citizens realized that the County’s amazing affluence masked the formation of an underclass. Poor working people from all over the county flocked to the area in search of jobs. The scarcity of affordable housing put these people at risk of becoming homeless.
HCSNV began in 1985 when a consortium of churches called Ventures In Community (VIC) decided to find solutions to the housing problems of the working poor in Fairfax County.
HCSNV was Fairfax County’s first long-term, homeless prevention case management program. Over the years, it has evolved into an agency that provides case management, supportive services, and financial literacy training to clients from all over Northern Virginia.Number of groups/people we have helped (figures are from 2010):
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