Connecting those in need

with those who care!

CRSC FAMILY

Christian relief services

Provides housing counseling, property maintenance and property management of the sponsoring agencies that work with transitional housing clients to provide intensive direct case management services, including health care, psychosocial rehabilitation, and vocational development. Also provides monthly food to Americans in 11 states and on Indian reservations and regular donations of new blankets, shoes, winter coats, clothing, school supplies and holiday items.

www.christianrelief.org

bread and water for Africa

Supports and strengthens grassroots initiatives for community self-sufficiency and sustainable access to safe, clean and affordable water, food, housing, healthcare and education in Africa.

www.africanrelief.org

Americans Helping Americans

Supports and enhances grassroots initiatives in rural Appalachia in the areas of food, housing, healthcare, and education, as well as urban neighborhood-led initiatives in affordable housing communities, focusing on developing a healthy, safe and economically vibrant community.

www.helpingamericans.org

RUNNING STRONG FOR AMERICAN INDIAN YOUTH

Provides assistance for immediate survival needs — food, water, and shelter — to American Indian people while implementing and supporting programs designed to create opportunities for self-sufficiency and self-esteem, particularly for tribal youth.

www.indianyouth.org

CHRISTIAN RELIEF SERVICES OF VIRGINIA

Operates 61 affordable housing units throughout Northern Virginia, funded in part by HUD, dedicated to providing permanent supportive housing to chronically mentally and/or physically challenged adults. Christian Relief Services of Virginia, Inc. provides comprehensive supportive services in partnership with local agencies, such as the Community Services Board, Pathway Homes, Inc., and New Hope Housing.


safe places

Safe Places is a 24-month transitional housing program serving families throughout Fairfax County, Virginia who are homeless as a result of domestic violence. Program participants are involved in weekly or bi-weekly case management sessions, or home visits. These meetings focus on budgeting, permanent housing searches and the overall goal of obtaining self-sufficiency.

www.safe-places.org