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New Hope Housing opened the first homeless shelter in Fairfax County, Mondloch House, in 1978. Today, it provides many additional housing programs and services.
Milestones and RISE (Reaching Independence through Support & Education) are long-term supportive housing programs for families in which an adult member has a mental or cognitive disability.
Max’s Place, Susan’s Place, and Gartlan House – These programs provide permanent supportive housing for adults.
The Housing First Apartments Program was initiated in June 2007, providing scattered site apartments for previously chronically homeless adults.
Bailey’s Shelter & Supportive Housing is a multi-service facility that houses both a shelter program and permanent supportive housing.
Mondloch Place is a supportive housing initiative opened in 2013, in partnership with Fairfax County.
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