100,000 Homes Fairfax

100,000 HomesThe Fairfax-Falls Church Community Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness has joined the 100,000 Homes Campaign, a national movement to find permanent homes for 100,000 chronically homeless.

100K Homes Fairfax Campaign Recognized as Blue Ribbon Partnership

KeysA New Approach to Helping Those Most in Need
Homelessness is an urgent problem in the Fairfax-Falls Church community. While we have generated some exciting results by rapidly moving families and individuals into housing with services, those experiencing chronic homelessness have been harder to help. The 100,000 Homes movement is designed specifically to help identify and address the needs of those who continuously struggle with finding a safe and consistent place to call home. The campaign provides concrete, innovative tools and infrastructure that will help us end homelessness in our community. 

While many may think that the chronically homeless don't want to leave the streets, the reality is that the majority of chronically homeless individuals endures serious illness, and physical and mental disability on a daily basis. Outreach to this community has shown that many would like to have a home, if all they needed to do was pay rent and be a good tenant. The 100,000 Homes model provides homeless individuals with caring, individually tailored support services at each stage of their journey from homelessness to housed. As of Dec. 10, 2012, the national campaign has already housed 23,151 people, with more than 90 percent of those helped remaining stably housed.

Keys100,000 Homes Fairfax: A Home for All

Our local campaign kicked off on Feb. 23 with Registry Week, when volunteers created a registry, by name and photograph, of everyone experiencing homelessness in our area. The personalized stories about these individuals will help us make important decisions about how to prioritize and allocate housing and support resources. This registry was a first of its kind for Fairfax, putting a real face on homelessness. Nearly 300 people are chronically homeless in our community. Through this campaign, we anticipate getting half of them (150) in housing in three years. 


KeysThank you for joining us during the March 4 Community Debriefing. Your efforts are making an impact!
If you were unable to attend, please see the resources below for more information.

KeysLearn More about 100,000 Homes and How You Can Help

For more information about 100,000 Homes Fairfax, contact Tom Barnett in the Fairfax County Office to Prevent and End Homelessness.

We thank our additional 100,000 Homes Fairfax partners
New Hope Housing
Pathway Homes
Volunteers of America Chesapeake

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