Who do we help?

There are different types of homeless individuals and families that are typically categorized as transitional/situational, episodic, or chronic.

While HomeAid serves each of these populations with housing projects across the U.S., the organization’s primary emphasis is the vast majority of situationally homeless, who are homeless today, but -- if we are successful with service providers and community leaders -- not tomorrow.

Did you know?

Approximately 3.5 million people experience homelessness each year.

Donor Spotlight

HomeAid and CBRE Team Up to Help Homeless Families and Individuals

HomeAid and CBRE have teamed up again in 2017 to improve housing in low-income neighborhoods through CBRE’s Cares Shelter Program and HomeAid’s Care Day Program...More

Community Outreach

HomeAid America Concludes 2017 Homelessness Awareness Month

HomeAid America spent the entire month of November holding events and undertaking activities to highlight and help to end homelessness in this country. The campaign is called HomeAid’s Homelessness Awareness Month...More

Chapter Spotlight

HomeAid Northern Virginia and Four Local Homebuilders help Community Lodgings

Formerly homeless families now have newly upgraded residences in the City of Alexandria, following the completion of renovations to a Community Lodgings multi-unit supportive housing property led by HomeAid Northern Virginia (HANV).  ..More