Thursday, February 04, 2010

Nonprofits Connect for Hope

Nonprofits Connect for Hope: "BETTER YET, she said, patients will have ready access to a variety of other services under the same roof. Also sharing 13525 Dulles Technology Drive, one of three buildings across the street from Dulles Executive Plaza, are six other nonprofit groups — Just Neighbors, which provides immigration legal services; the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia; the Housing Opportunity Support Team (HOST) and Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing programs of Reston Interfaith; Vecinos Unidos (Neighbors United), which offers homework assistance and other enrichment activities for children in grades one through eight; the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, which provides support for people with intellectual disabilities, mental illness and alcohol and drug addictions; and Helping Children Worldwide, which is providing the center.

'The idea is, it’s kind of a one-stop shop,' Ulrich said."

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