Mondloch House provides shelter for 8 single adults who are chronically homeless and have significant mental health needs. Mondloch House was designed using the “Housing First” approach.
Shelter is available for adults only.
All guests must be made by referral through the Fairfax County Community Services Board.
Location & Phone Numbers
3510 Lockheed Blvd.
Alexandria, VA 22306
Mondloch House is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Services include case management, advocacy, employment assistance, housing assistance, meals, day program and connection with community resources and programs.
Director – Chavon Bell
Case Manager – Carrie Sue Geiger
Residential Coordinator – Kenneth Smith
Volunteers are needed to serve and deliver, to assist shelter guests with employment and housing searches, and to assist staff with office and maintenance duties. Volunteers at the Mondloch House must be accompanied by an adult at least 18 years of age or older.
For volunteer opportunities, please contact Sharon Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-799-2293 ext 11.
History & Awards
The first Mondloch House opened in 1978 and was the first homeless shelter in Fairfax County. It was named in memory of Bob Mondloch, the first treasurer of New Hope Housing. This program served up to 8 adults at one time.
In 2004, the program was redesigned to serve chronically homeless adults. Two years later, this program was awarded Best Housing Program at the 2006 Governor’s Housing Conference.