Community Resources

Department of Family Services
102 Heritage Way, NE, Suite 103
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-777-0353
Loudoun.gov/dfs

Division of Housing and Community Development
102 Heritage Way, NE, Suite 102
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-777-0353
loudoun.gov/housing

Loudoun County Homeless & Transitional Shelter & Programs:

Emergency Homeless Shelters:  This program, operated by Volunteers of America (VOA), provides 45 emergency shelter beds for up to 89 days for homeless people, helping them to stabilize their housing situation and to regain self-sufficiency.  This program serves families, single women, and men.  Referrals are made through Family Services, 703-777-0353 or VOA, 571-258-3033 (24-hours-a-day).  The program is located at 19520 Meadowview Court SE, Leesburg, VA 20175.

Drop-In Center:  This program provides food, laundry facilities, showers, and case management to the homeless population.  Contact information:  19520 Meadowview Court SE, Leesburg, VA 20175.  571-258-3033

Transitional Housing Shelter:  The Transitional Housing Shelter is an eight-unit facility that provides housing and supportive services for up to six homeless families (including single parents with children) and four single women.  The program length is 24 months.  Case management includes services and classes designed to help participants obtain and remain in permanent housing, increase their skills and income, and achieve greater self-determination.

Applications are primarily through the Department of Family Services, 703-777-0353, or referrals can be coordinated through the program operator, Volunteers of America, 703-771-5429.

Transitional Opportunities Program:  This program provides supportive housing and supportive services at scattered apartment sites for eight homeless households, including single men and women.  The program length is up to 24 months.  Services include outreach eligibility, leasing assistance, case management, and other services and classes designed to help participants obtain and remain in permanent housing, increase their skills and income, and achieve greater self-determination.

Applications are primarily through the Department of Family Services, 703-777-0353, or referrals can be coordinated through the program operator, Volunteers of America, 703-771-5429.

Good Shepherd Alliance Referral to Rapid Rehousing Program:  Eligibility includes:

  • Homeless shelter residents, living on other situations not meant for human habitation.
  • Living on the street or sleeping in a place not designed for sleeping
  • Have no other resources

For more information contact Angela Frye at 703-724-1555, ext. 105 or email afrye@goodshepherdalliance.org

Loudoun Cares Information and Referral Line:  The Loudoun Cares Information & Referral Helpline offers free and confidential assistance to Loudoun residents who have questions or issues related to health and human service needs.  Our caring and certified Information & Referral Specialists provide linkages to the agencies and programs that can best assist with callers’ specific needs.  The Helpline operates between 9:00 and 5:00, Monday through Friday and messages can be left for our specialists 24/7.  Helpline:  703-669-INFO (4636).

Loudoun County Affordable Dwelling Unit (ADU) Rental Program:  This program enables eligible non-homeowners the opportunity to rent an apartment from a participating apartment complex, at a rent below that of similar units at the complex.  ADU rental units are located throughout Loudoun County.  Average rental rates range from approximately $520 to $1300 depending on the type and size of the unit, not including the cost of utilities.  Unit types and sizes range from one bedroom/one bath to three bedroom/two bath units.  Applicants must meet income eligibility requirements.  Preliminary eligibility restrictions apply to the program.

For more information regarding the above program please contact the Affordable Dwelling Unit at 703-737-8043.  Please note that phone calls are accepted Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.