Serving NOVA since 1985

We have a proven track record

Since 1985, HCSNV has helped more than 10,000 families achieve self-sufficiency.

We need your help!

We need your donations to enable us to survive and continue our work of community building. Your donation to HCSNV can help to prevent homelessness in Fairfax County.

We speak your language!

HCSNV staff can speak English, Spanish and Twi (Ghana).

Served This Year

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Housing and Community Services of Northern Virginia (HCSNV)
helps our neighbors hold onto their homes by offering:

In Northern Virginia, the heart of one of America’s richest regions, low and moderate-income families are struggling to hold on to their homes. The current economic crisis has made employee layoffs and bare-bones family budgets routine. HCSNV empowers these families to become self sufficient by providing the training and resources they need to achieve and maintain a stable housing situation.

See us at this year’s Housing Expo!!

http://www.novahousingexpo.org/

Free and Open to the Public
March 19, 2016
10 am – 3 pm
Freedom High School
15201 Neabsco Mills Road
Woodbridge, Virginia 22191

Sheehy

SHEEHY FORD OF SPRINGFIELD IS A MAJOR DONOR TO HOUSING & COMMUNITY SERVICES OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA. ONCE AGAIN, SHEEHY ASSISTS WITH OUR MISSION TO KEEP FAMILIES IN THEIR HOMES SUSTAINABLY!

Sheehy Ford provides $7,500 to HCSNV as part of Sheehy’s Annual Giving Program for 2015

THE HCSNV BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF OUR GRANTORS, SPONSORS, DONORS, VOLUNTEERS, PARTICIPANTS, AND SUPPORTERS FOR HELPING US MAKE 2015 OUR BEST YEAR EVER!

WE WISH ALL OF YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR IN 2016!

HCSNV receives primary funding from the Fairfax County Consolidated Community Funding Pool. In addition, we receive grants and sponsorships from other governmental agencies, non-profits, foundations, and commercial entities. We thank all of them for their support. Our major funding sources are shown below.

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We Keep Our Neighbors In Their Homes

Our mission is to save our neighbors from homelessness


See Our Weekly Rental Vacancies List Here.


See us at this year’s Housing Expo!!
http://www.novahousingexpo.org/


Sheehy Ford provides $7,500 to HCSNV as part of Sheehy’s Annual Giving Program for 2015


The HCSNV board of directors and staff would like to thank all of our grantors, sponsors, donors, volunteers, participants, and supporters for helping us make 2015 our best year ever!

We wish all of you a happy new year in 2016!


Sheehy Ford of Springfield is a major donor to Housing & Community Services of Northern Virginia. Once again, Sheehy Assists With Our Mission to Keep Families In Their Homes Sustainably!


Housing and Community Services of Northern Virginia (HCSNV) helps our neighbors hold onto their homes by offering:

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[bluequote]In Northern Virginia, the heart of one of America’s richest regions, low and moderate-income families are struggling to hold on to their homes. The current economic crisis has made employee layoffs and bare-bones family budgets routine. HCSNV empowers these families to become self sufficient by providing the training and resources they need to achieve and maintain a stable housing situation.[/bluequote]


We have a proven track record

Since 1985, HCSNV has helped more than 10,000 families achieve self-sufficiency.

We speak your language!

HCSNV staff can speak English, Spanish and Twi (Ghana).

We need your help!

We need your donations to enable us to survive and continue our work of community building. Your donation to HCSNV can help to prevent homelessness in Fairfax County.