The struggle to find and maintain a safe and stable home can be incredibly difficult, and we understand how deeply it can impact every aspect of your life. You are not alone in this fight. There are many people and organizations in our community who stand with you and will support you.
If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, or at risk of becoming homeless, contact Arlington County’s Department of Human Services Community Assistance Bureau (CAB) at 703-228-1300 for help. In case of shelter need during non-business hours, please call 703-228-1010 for assistance.
PathForward operates the Arlington County Homeless Services Center.
Provides services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as youth and families experiencing homelessness.
Provides shelter for homeless families, workforce development and financial empowerment programs.
Empowers young single mothers to create a self-sustaining future through education, counseling and support, while they reside in a safe home.
Provides a comprehensive, innovative array of services to homeless families and single adults.
APAH homes help people in need find a safe place to call home. Annual resident household income ranges from $8,700 – $57,500.
Takes a holistic approach to providing affordable housing.