2010 Ending Homelessness Community Snapshot
The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Snapshot provides communitywide data to:
- Reflect the outcomes of the community's 10-Year Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness.
- Highlight the community's collective successes and challenges.
- Depict the tremendous need that exists in the community.
2010 Community Snapshot
- Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing program helped close to 900 people receive services and supports to prevent or end their homelessness.
- Of the 3,076 people who were literally homeless, 482 secured permanent housing.
- Housing Options Committee established to lead community efforts to create 2,650 new affordable housing units for persons who are literally homeless or at risk of homelessness.
- Progress toward 10-Year Plan goals and overview of homelessness.
Winter seasonal programs, healthcare for the homeless and PATH
- Winter seasonal programs, healthcare for the homeless and PATH outreach.
Community's collective efforts to keep people in their
- Community's collective efforts to keep people in their homes.
- Helping our most vulnerable neighbors obtain housing.
Keeping Families Together
- Shelter and housing programs for individuals and families, survivors of domestic violence and unaccompanied youth.
- Businesses, nonprofits, faith-based communities and government agencies working together.
- Looking ahead and getting involved.
- Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bulova Addresses Homelessness
- Presentation on 2010 Community Snapshot (SlideShare)
- Get Involved - You Can Make an Impact Today (SlideShare)
- Housing Blueprint - FY 2011 and Beyond