2011 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.

2011 Community Snapshot

Key Highlights

  • Of the 2,982 people who were literally homeless, 714 secured permanent housing.
  • The number of people in the Fairafax-Falls Church community who became homeless for the first time dropped 16% in the last year.
  • Collective efforts are now focusing on the creation of 2,650 new affordable housing units.

Complete 2011 Fairfax-Falls Church Community Snapshot (all links )

  1. Introduction
  2. Ending Homelessness
    • Progress toward 10-Year Plan goals and overview of homelessness.
  3. Bringing People Home
    • Helping our most vulnerable neighbors obtain housing.
  4. Preventing Homelessness
    • Community's collective efforts to keep people in their homes.
  5. Unsheltered Outreach
    • Winter seasonal programs, healthcare for the homeless and PATH outreach.
  6. Keeping Families Together
    • Shelter and housing programs for individuals and families, survivors of domestic violence and unaccompanied youth.
  7. Community Partnership
    • Businesses, nonprofits, faith-based communities and government agencies working together.
  8. Building Momentum
    • Looking ahead and getting involved.
  9. Acknowledgments

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