How renting your unit can
help us end homelessness


Rights, resources & support
for being a successful tenant


Why your agency should join
the Collaborative

What is the Housing Opportunities Collaborative?

The Housing Opportunities Collaborative is a new initiative intended to expand opportunities for those experiencing homelessness in Fairfax County. The Collaborative is a project of the Fairfax-Falls Church Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness, which includes countless nonprofits and government organizations, all working to end homelessness in our community. It is being jointly administered through Fairfax County’s Office to Prevent and End Homelessness and Cornerstones, a community nonprofit. The Collaborative uses a multi-layered approach to achieve our overall goal:

1) Assist in landlord engagement and recruitment efforts,
2) Streamline information and communication between nonprofit agencies and the larger community regarding housing location services, and
3) Provide ample training and professional development opportunities to frontline staff who provide housing locations services.

To learn more about what we do, go to our About page!

Landlord Partners

  • Doug Wood, Reston, Virginia
  • Forest Glen Apartments, Centreville, Virginia
  • Good Shepherd Housing, Rte. 1 Corridor, Alexandria, Virginia
  • Homestretch Inc. Falls Church, Virginia




Partners in our Landlord Incentive Program



Did you know…

house-iconOn any given night, 964 people were homeless in Fairfax County, with 30% being under the age of 18

house-iconThe average annual income of homeless clients served is $16,500 or less (which equates to $1,375 per month), while the average rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,857 per month.

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