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Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program

he 2020-2021 Hypothermia Prevention Shelter season begins December 1st and runs until April 1st. With temperatures dropping and COVID-19 posing additional risks, it has never been more important to stand together as a community in service to our unsheltered neighbors. Since 2005, we have partnered with Fairfax County and our local faith communities to ensure that no one sleeps outside during the winter months. Before the pandemic, our faith partners opened their doors to offer warm places to sleep and eat. This year, a former retail space in Tyson’s Corner will serve as a 24-hour Hypothermia Prevention Shelter. Our staff, volunteers and partners have worked tirelessly to transform the space.


The doors will be open to welcome our most vulnerable neighbors to a safe space where they will find warm, socially distanced, sleeping areas and hot meals provided by our faith partners. FACETS’ round-the-clock staff will remain on site offering individualized case management and support to help move our Hypothermia Shelter guests from homeless to housed.
During this crisis, with your support, FACETS has remained on the frontlines, dedicated to meeting the emergency and basic needs of our community’s most vulnerable. For more information regarding Hypothermia Prevention, please reach out to Hypothermia Site Coordinator Mike Dykes at  TO CHECK BED AVAILABILITY, PLEASE CALL 703-854-1785.