FACETS offers personalized and comprehensive programs in three key areas:
Preventing and Ending Homelessness: FACETS supports families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless by offering basic needs assistance and comprehensive case management.
Housing Services to Bring People Home: FACETS provides supportive and long-term housing for individuals and families who are currently homeless. Our programs operate using a “Housing First” approach, focusing on first getting people into housing and then working with a case manager to address barriers to housing stability, career development, child care, medical assistance and other basic needs.
Education and Community Development to Break the Cycle of Poverty: FACETS works in three community centers from Fairfax to Centreville – Ragan Oaks, Robinson Square and Barros Circle. People living in these affordable housing communities have limited financial resources, with the average income for a family of four at approximately $20,000.
To view FACETS’ entire FY12 Program Report, please click here.