Project Homeless Connect

Project Homeless Connect matches clients with volunteers in a one-of-a-kind partnership to assist chronically homeless adults connect to as many on-site services as possible in one day. To do this more than 40 service providers move their operations to a single location for a day, providing dedicated healthcare, dental and vision screenings, mental health interviews, case management, social security applications, identification services, employment resources (including for veterans), shelter and housing assessments, and much more. Click here for more information

Point in Time Count

Communities using funds from the Dept. of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) are required to conduct periodic counts of people experiencing homelessness. This data is compiled locally and nationally to inform programs and planning. Volunteer!

Best Practices Conferences

Homeward's regional best practices conference offers workshops that highlight innovative programming from around the country working to prevent and end homelessness. While our agencies work collaboratively to address the needs of the clients they serve, we are interested in learning what other communities are doing in order to improve our regional offerings.Learn More

Trends and Innovations Awards

Homeward recognizes members of the homeless services community for outstanding achievement. Awards are given to organizations and individuals who go above and beyond to further the goals of the Ten Year Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness. Learn More

Solution Providers Training

Homeward offers this quarterly training to familiarize new human and homeless services employees, agency and nonprofit staff, board members, volunteers and other interested individuals in the housing and community services of Greater Richmond. Learn More about training dates

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United Way Campaign Info

Combined Federal Campaign # 45479
Local Governments & Schools # 373
General Donations # 4197