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Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program



This year FACETS Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program will be operated at 31 Church locations in Fairfax County.  These sites offer dinner, a warm place to sleep, professional case management services and breakfast the next morning, helping our neighbors experiencing homelessness find respite from the cold winter nights and a path to a home.

In operation since 2003, the program has evolved from solely offering a safe haven to also offering life-enhancing programs. In the 2015-2016 season, FACETS served 386 guests in our Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program. 125 guests engaged in case management services, leading to 34 individuals being rapidly rehoused and not returning to sleeping in the woods, their cars or on the streets at the conclusion of the program.


For the week of Sunday, Dec. 9 – Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018:


Will be hosted daily from 5:00 pm to 7:00 am at
Burke United Methodist Church
6200 Burke Centre Parkway, Burke, VA 22015

Van pick-ups to Burke United Methodist Church will occur in the evenings at 5:00 p.m. and 5:30 pm in the Lamb Center parking lot located at 3160 Campbell Drive. The Lamb Center will still close at 3:00 pm.

Public transportation to Burke United Methodist is available from Fairfax Blvd & Spring St via METRO BUS 1C towards DUNN LORING STATION. Exit at INOVA FAIRFAX HOSPITAL. Depart from Hospital via FAIRFAX CONNECTOR BUS 402 towards Franconia-Springfield. Exit at Amherst Ave and Cumberland Ave. Walk about 10 minutes south towards Cumberland Ave., turn Right onto BLAND ST. Turn Right onto OLD KEENE MILL RD. Depart from Old Keene Mill Rd and Spring Rd Via METRO BUS 18P towards BURKE CENTRE. Exit at Burke Centre Pkwy & Wesley Pond Ct. Walk to 6200 Burke Centre Pkwy.
*Public transportation route may vary depending on date and time of departure*

For weekly shelter updates, call FACETS at 703-352-5090, extension 302
For Spanish, please dial ext. 303