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Hampton Roads: Resources For Families In Need

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  1. ABBA List
    The ABBA List nonprofit mission is: Transforming Lives. This resource website provides a comprehensive list of free help, support and resources in Hampton Roads. Information is added and updated monthly.
  2. ABBA List
    The ABBA List nonprofit mission is: Transforming Lives. This resource website provides a comprehensive list of free help, support and resources in Hampton Roads.
  3. Corona Aid 757
    We are a group of autonomous disaster relief workers attempting to alleviate stress & slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community. #SolidarityNotCharity
    Hampton Roads, VA
    (757) 598-1480
  4. Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore
    Since 1981, the Foodbank, a member of Feeding America™ and the Federation of Virginia Food Banks, has been providing food for hungry people throughout Southeastern Virginia and on the Eastern Shore.

    In our mission to lead the effort to eliminate hunger in our community, the Foodbank has distributed over 272 million pounds of food equating to over 226.8 million meals throughout our 4,745 square mile service area, which includes the cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Franklin and Virginia Beach as well as the counties of Southampton, Northampton, Sussex, Isle of Wight and Accomack.
    800 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, Virginia 23504
    757-627-6599
  5. Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula
    Established in 1986, Virginia Peninsula Foodbank has been the leading hunger relief organization across the greater Peninsula serving the 1 in 7 Virginians who experience the daily hardships of food insecurity. Food banks provide healthy food to individuals, children, families, seniors and veterans who otherwise might go without.

    Virginia Peninsula Foodbank serves families in the cities of Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson and Williamsburg, and the counties of Gloucester, James City, Mathews, Surry and York.
    2401 Aluminum Ave. Hampton, VA 23661
    757-596-7188
  6. Greater Hampton Roads Diaper Bank
    The Greater Hampton Roads Diaper Bank is a nonprofit organization that was created to provide emergency supplies of diapers to those in need. Organized list of participating community partners throughout Hampton Roads.
    Greater Hampton Roads Diaper Bank 1600 Elbow Rd. Chesapeake, VA 23320
  7. H.E.R Shelter (Help & Emergency Response, Inc.)
    Providing Leadership, Advocacy, and Resources to survivors of Domestic Violence.

    In need of help? Please call the 24 hour emergency hotline 757-251-0144.

    Emergency shelter, Group Therapy, Donations, Food, Children and Teen Program, Mentoring, Court Advocate, Volunteers, Fundraising, Speaking Engagements.
    Hampton Roads, VA
    (757) 485-1445
  8. Housing Crisis Hotline – Hampton Roads
    HOUSING CRISIS HOTLINE (Managed by ForKids, Inc.)

    (757) 587-4202

    Hours of Operation:
    Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    The Housing Crisis Hotline is the starting point for anyone who is experiencing a housing crisis throughout Greater Hampton Roads and in need of shelter, case management, and related services and/or community resources.
    Hampton Roads, VA
    (757) 587-4202
  9. Jeanna’s iFeed
    Jeanna’s iFeed is an organization here to serve and assist families in need during difficult times, be an advocate in the senior community. Providing hot meals, groceries, essential, motivate & provide general wellness education.
    Virginia Beach, VA
    (757) 679-0579
  10. Lunch Crunch
    Lunch Crunch is a 501 c3 Non-Profit Organization that satisfies delinquent or depleted school meal account in the Hampton Rds Va and surrounding areas.
    Hampton Roads, VA
    (757) 679-4482
  11. People in Need (PiN)
    PiN exists to provide food, clothing, shelter, and free medical care for people that are either homeless or extremely poor. The ultimate focus is to help the homeless of Hampton Roads transform their lives by meeting them where they are and sharing a God that loves them and wants a relationship with them. Services that may be available include meals, clothing, showers, laundry, medical services, bible study, addiction guidance.
    1164 Millers Lane, Suite A Virginia Beach, VA 23451
    757.962.3567
  12. Regional Housing Crisis Hotline
    Provides information and screening for shelter, rental assistance and other resources in the greater Hampton Roads area.
    Hampton Roads, VA
    757-587-4202
  13. Seton Youth Shelters
    Seton Youth Shelters provides 24-hour emergency shelter for youth ages 9 up to 18 years old, serves runaway, homeless, and trafficked youth and youth in crisis within their family, school and/or community. Youth Outreach Program includes Van Outreach, Safe Place services and Special Outreach Projects. A FREE mentoring program is available to youth 4 to 18 years old who have been affected by the incarceration (past or present) of someone in their lives. Parenting classes, Teen anger management program.
    SETON YOUTH SHELTERS HOTLINE: 757.498.4357
    Virginia Beach, VA
    757.963.5795
  14. Shaping Your Future Homes
    We serve a wide variety of special needs populations with all-inclusive affordable housing. We are committed to providing our clients with clean, safe all inclusive living arrangements.
    (757) 528-2850
  15. ShoeLady.Org, Inc.
    ShoeLady coordinates with Hampton Roads schools to provide shoes to children who need them.
    Hampton Roads, VA
    (757) 869-7070
  16. Virginia Association of Free & Charitable Clinics
    The VAFCC is not a medical clinic, but can assist you in locating a free clinic in your area. It is a membership organization for the free and charitable clinics in Virginia.
    Hampton Roads, VA
    (804) 340-3434