Ashburn Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Ashburn, Virginia Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Ashburn, VA and surrounding cities.



We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.


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Active Listings In Ashburn Virginia

The Good Shepherd Alliance

Ashburn, VA 20147
703-724-1555
Serving: Families, single women, single mothers.For households that need to access Loudoun Homeless Services Center, Permanent Supportive Housing, Rapid Rehousing, and Targeted Prevention and Diversion Services, please contact Coordinated Entry at 703-777-0420 to com
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Loudoun Homeless Services Center

Leesburg, VA 22076
5.16 miles from city center Ashburn
571-258-3033
Serves Singles and FamiliesFor households that need to access Loudoun Homeless Services Center, Permanent Supportive Housing, Rapid Rehousing, and Targeted Prevention and Diversion Services, please contact Coordinated Entry at 703-777-0420 to complete a referra
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Loudoun Abused Womenís Shelter (LAWS)

Leesburg, VA 20175
7.43 miles from city center Ashburn
703-771-3398
Serving: Survivors of domestic violence.For households that need to access Loudoun Homeless Services Center, Permanent Supportive Housing, Rapid Rehousing, and Targeted Prevention and Diversion Services, please contact Coordinated Entry at 703-777-0420 to complete a
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Embry Rucker Community Shelter

Reston , VA 20190
7.87 miles from city center Ashburn
571-323-1396
Hours:Open 24 hours a dayThe Embry Rucker Community Shelter is a 70-bed residential shelter that provides healthy, safe, emergency housing for families and single men and women. We are dedicated to helping our clients overcome the circumstances that led to thei
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Northern Virginia Family Service

Oakton, VA 22124
14.20 miles from city center Ashburn
571.748.2500
Shelter & HousingWith 92 beds, SERVE Family Shelter is Northern Virginiaís largest family homeless shelter. On average, more than 40 percent of shelter guests are children. Shelter guests stay an average of 36 days, and during that time, work with a case manager who helps connect the
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Rainbow Place (Women Only)

Rockville, MD 20850
17.55 miles from city center Ashburn
301-762-1496
Emergency winter shelter. Open at night only (7pm. Ė 7am.) Open November 1 to March 31. MealsThe mission of Rainbow Place is to provide women emergency overnight shelter during the winter months and assist them as they transition to a better quality of life.
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Montgomery County HHS

Rockville, MD 20850
18.00 miles from city center Ashburn
240-907-2688
Provides coordination of services to homeless individuals and families. Services include: outreach, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing. Services are provided primarily through partnerships and contracts with community non-profit organizations. DHHS Housing Stab
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Helping Hands Shelter

Rockville, MD 20850
18.42 miles from city center Ashburn
301-340-2796
Accommodates up to 24 women and children each day, year-round.Provides a safe haven for homeless women with children since 1986; Residents receive case management, private bedrooms, laundry facilities, referrals and three meals a day as they work toward ending their homelessn
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Safe Havens

Rockville, MD 20850
18.58 miles from city center Ashburn
(301) 217-0314
Safe Havens is an emergency housing program for men and women with severe and persistent mental illness who have experienced homelessness, often for long periods of time. Safe Havens provides a safe and welcoming living environment with 24/7 support from clinical and non-clinical staff for more than
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Veterans Affairs Safe Havens

Rockville, MD 20850
18.58 miles from city center Ashburn
(301) 217-0314
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Capitol Health Care Network, which includes the Baltimore and Washington DC VA Medical Centers, awarded MCCH funding in 2014 to provide Safe Havens emergency housing for veterans experiencing homelessness. Each year, we serve 50 men and wom
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Home Builders Care Assessment Center (HBCAC) Men's Emergency Shelter

Rockville, MD 20850
18.59 miles from city center Ashburn
(301)-545-5025
Home Builders Care Assessment Center (HBCAC) Menís Emergency Shelter HBCAC is the County's only 24/7 emergency shelter serving approximately 750 men annually. Services provided at HBCAC include case management, medical, psychiatric and dental care, employment services, breakfast,
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Chase Partnership Men's Shelter

Rockville, MD 20850
18.59 miles from city center Ashburn
301-424-1380
Provides transitional housing for 36 homeless men in a dormitory style setting, coordinated with substance abuse treatment and counseling, case management, and a required day treatment program. Also includes a computer lab where clients can get assistance with GED and employment preparation (resume
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Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless

Rockville, MD 20850
18.77 miles from city center Ashburn
301-217-0314
The Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless is a leading organization dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness, by providing a range of programs and housing options. Our housing and shelter programs: Cordell Place - MCCH's newest award winning program provides p
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Interfaith Works Womenís Center

Rockville, MD 20850
19.12 miles from city center Ashburn
301-770-2413
The IW Women's Center is a 70-bed emergency shelter serving approximately 300 women per year. Case managers work with women to facilitate recovery and stability, as well as connect them with housing, medical, mental health, and social services.The Interfaith Works Womenís Center is now l
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Homestretch

Falls Church, VA 22406
19.23 miles from city center Ashburn
(703)237-2035
Housing provider for homeless families with children under age 18.Homestretch is a Transformational Housing program. Housing is a vital component of the Homestretch program, but we see housing as the critical foundation upon which all the other work that leads to tra
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Stepping Stones Shelter

Rockville, MD 20848
19.48 miles from city center Ashburn
301-251-0567
Emergency housing: up to 30 days. Meals, Counseling. Case managementThe Emergency/Assessment Shelter, the most well-known Stepping Stones program, provides shelter and services for up to 6 families at any one time, generally housing around 30 families each year, including more than 100 i
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Avery House Treatment Center For Women Halfway House

Rockville, MD 20853
19.48 miles from city center Ashburn
301-762-4651
Avery House, a halfway house for women and their children, provides a transitional program which fosters recovery through the love and care of a home community. Services are provided through a contract between Montgomery County, Maryland and Chrysalis House, Inc. under a federal grant
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SERVE Shelter

Manassas, VA 20144
19.76 miles from city center Ashburn
(571)-748-2603
The office is open from Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.Emergency Assistance92 bed emergency shelter for families and individuals. Every client who stays at the shelter receives comprehensive case management designed to address the underlying causes of homelessness. Call 571
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Dorothy Day Place Women's Shelter

Rockville, MD 20850
19.93 miles from city center Ashburn
(301) 762-8314
Dorothy Day Place is a transitional shelter for single adult women who are homeless and over the age of 18.  Case management services at the shelter include job readiness, educational services, life skills training, mental health support and substance abuse counseling.Intake: Enroll
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Bethesda Cares Day Shelter

Bethesda, MD 20814
20.67 miles from city center Ashburn
301-907-9244
Only a day shelter. Hours Monday through Friday, 9am-12:30pm and 2pm-4pm. Our main office serves as both a Drop-In Center for clients experiencing homelessness, and the site for most of our services. Open five days a week, our Drop-In Center always offers hot coffee, snacks and a plac
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Doorways for Women and Families

Arlington, VA 22210
21.89 miles from city center Ashburn
703-504-9400
Women/Families with Children Transitional Housing - Family. Provides housing (21 beds), food, skill building opportunities, referrals and supportive counseling and goal planning services to women, children, and families experiencing homelessness. The typical length of stay at our homes is 90-1
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Bailey's Crossroads Community Shelter

Falls Church, VA 22041
22.33 miles from city center Ashburn
(703) 820-7621
50 bed emergency shelter for adult men and women, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Hypothermia prevention services are offered at BCCS from November 1 to March 31. No one is turned away from shelter.Services    Community Case Managemen
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Bridges to Independence Arlington - Sullivan House

Arlington, VA 22201
22.87 miles from city center Ashburn
(703)525-7177
Emergency shelter for families and single females is provided through an agreement with Bridges to Independence. Sullivan House is a 50-bed facility in a County-owned building.The program provides shelter and case management services to homeless families leading to employment, perma
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Emergency Winter Shelter

Arlington, VA 22201
22.95 miles from city center Ashburn
703-228-7395
Single men and women shelter. Open every night November 1 through March 31
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Arlington Street People's Assistance Network (A-SPAN)

Arlington, VA 22206
23.27 miles from city center Ashburn
703-228-7803
A-SPAN provides life-sustaining services for Arlington's street homeless. Ourmission is to secure permanent housing for one of Arlington's most vulnerablepopulations through outreach and relationships built on trust and respect.Homeless Bagged Meal ProgramToday, volunte
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Carpenter's Shelter

Alexandria, VA 22304
23.73 miles from city center Ashburn
(703)548-7500
Carpenter's Shelter is the largest homeless shelter in Northern Virginia, serving over 325 homeless men, women and children each year. Our 80 bed facility is located just north of Old Town Alexandria, VA. Carpenter's Shelter is more than just a roof; we continuously work with our resi
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Frederick Rescue Mission - Beacon House

Frederick, MD 21701
26.56 miles from city center Ashburn
(301) 695-6633
Transitional shelter for homeless men, operated by the Frederick Rescue Mission.An average of 70 men each year enter the doors of the Frederick Rescue Mission with the intention of getting their lives back on track after stints of homelessness, addiction, and/or jail time. What beg
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Alan P. Linton Emergency Shelter

Frederick, MD 21701
26.59 miles from city center Ashburn
301-631-2670
The Alan P. Linton, Jr., Emergency Shelter is an 80 bed shelter, making this the largest year-round shelter in Frederick County.Year-Round Emergency ShelterThe year-round shelter program operates seven days from 6:30pm-6:30pm. It provides a safe refugee for adult who are homeless i
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Frederick Community Action Agency

Frederick, MD 21701
26.61 miles from city center Ashburn
(301) 600-1506
Provides programs and services that assist mentally ill, disabled, homeless, and low-income residents. SERVICES: 1) EDUCATION PROGRAM: Offers General Education Development (GED) classes Tues, Thurs, 7-9PM. 2) SOUP KITCHEN: See separate listing. Frederick CAA, Soup Kitchen.
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Advocates for Homeless Families - Homeless Services

Frederick, MD 21701
26.76 miles from city center Ashburn
(301) 662-2003
We are located near the intersection of College Avenue and Carroll Parkway just off of West Patrick St.Pairs homeless or at-risk families with a case manager who helps them to identify the problems standing in their way and find solutions. Program requires a two-year commitment from part
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Fauquier Family Shelter Services

Warrenton, VA 20188
27.95 miles from city center Ashburn
(540) 351-0130
Emergency Shelter     540 351 0130Vint Hill Housing         540 347 7374Administative Office  540-341-0900Located at 95 Keith Street in Warrenton, this is the only emergency shelter in Fauquier County.We're open
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New Hope Eleanor Kennedy Shelter

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
28.03 miles from city center Ashburn
703-799-0200
Must call to get on waiting list, call back for availability.The Kennedy Shelter is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.ServicesServices include case management, advocacy, employment assistance, housing assistance, meals, and connection with community resources and progr
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