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Community Support Groups and Outreach for Students and Staff: Norfolk Shelters

This guide will provide resources and information to enable communities to address the needs of students and staff experiencing hardships

Norfolk Shelters


Community Alternatives Management Group (CAMG) provides permanent housing (townhomes and single family homes) for people who are homeless and have disabilities.  Many clients receive case management services through the Department of Human Services MH/SA program. Call at 468-7000, 863 Glenrock Road, Suite 200, Norfolk, VA 23502.

Hart -- serves as a single point of contact for homeless families and individuals in Norfolk who are seeking time limited services. 757-762-2592 or 1-800-

Norfolk Emergency Shelter  Norfolk Emergency Shelter Team (NEST).  NEST is a coalition of churches that provides overnight shelter on a rotating basis. Transportation to the shelter is provided every evening from November through April.

HART partners with the Norfolk Emergency Shelter Team (NEST) to provide meals and shelter to homeless single adults during the winter months  866-750-4431

YMCA (757-625-4248, 24 hour crisis helpline: 757-226-9922)

Union Mission Ministries (Men's shelter phone: 757-627-8686, ext. 200; Single women's shelter phone: 757-627-8686, ext. 331; women and children shelter phone: 757-627-8686, ext. 335)

Salvation Army (Hope Village) (757-543-8100) --Women only

Salvation Army -- Men only, 203 West 19th Street, Norfolk. 757-622-3471.  Must Have picture ID.

ForKids (757-587-4202)

Barrett Haven (757-624-6990) for women only

Portsmouth Volunteers (757-399-0200)

Parc Inc (757-966-2107, 757-397-5208)

United Way of South Hampton (Diane Weymouth, 757-853-8500, ext. 151

Seton House Shelter (757498-4357, 866-751-7640)

St. Columba Ecumenical (757-587-4202)

Virginia Wesleyan College 757-455-3200) limited to winter session only

Hope U Foundation 757-227-5444