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Our Programs

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Transitional Housing & Homeless Case Management

We are now offering a Transitional Housing and Homeless Case Management program to assist individuals with temporary housing for individuals who are seeking stability and permanent housing. This program is currently expanding to meet the need of our community. Would you like to donate to this program? Donate Here!

We thank you for your generosity!

Baked Goods Weekly Pickup

We continue to partner with local bakeries to provide breads and baked goods, packaged and provided to those in need. All items are free.   Please click here or email us at to sign up for bread donation notifications.

We are seeking volunteers for this program!

Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering with this program.

If you would like to donate financially to this program, please Click Here.

Pop Up Pantry

Our Pop Up Pantries are set up in various neighborhoods in Central Virginia. We currently provide baked goods such as bread, bagels, and pastries. All items are free, and all are welcome to participate. If you would like to be notified of when and where our Pop Up Pantries will be, please join our mailing list and follow us on Instagram and Facebook!

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​​Cold Weather Kits (Seasonal Program)

Throughout the colder months, we package and distribute Cold Weather Kits to our homeless neighbors. Each package includes items such as blankets, socks, gloves, hats, scarfs, lotions, hand warmers , lip balm, etc. Donations for this program are accepted year round. Please contact us if you are interested in donating items for this program or volunteering with the Cold Weather Kits. If you would like to donate funds to support this program, please click here.

Clothing Closet
Our clothing closet consists of various clothing items for all ages and genders. If you or someone you know is in need of clothing, please contact us to schedule an appointment to come in. Clothes are available by appointment only. We are currently collecting donations of clothing items. Please contact us if you are interested in submitting a donation for this program or volunteering with the clothes closet.

We are seeking volunteers for this program!

Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering with this program.

If you would like to donate financially to this program, please Click Here.


Emergency Mental Health/ Crisis Case Management
Viewpoint Services offers emergency assistance to individuals facing a housing or mental health crisis without adequate resources to seek help on their own. Assistance would cover admission for up to 7 days in a Residential Crisis Stabilization program and are approved based on need. During participation in the Residential Crisis Stabilization home, individuals will receive assistance with applying for benefits, seeking housing/shelter, and stabilizing mental health symptoms. Upon discharge from the residential program, participants will continue to receive free case management services for up to 90 days based on need and interest. This program is fully funded by community donors. Our ability to assist may vary based on donations received. If you are interested in donating to this fund, please contact us or click here!

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Future Programs
Viewpoint Services is working towards developing a comprehensive collaborative program that will address homelessness, mental health, life skills, building community, and so much more. We are currently seeking funding and partnerships for this initiative. If you are interested in collaborating or supporting this vision, please Click Here to contact us or Click Here to donate.


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Past Programs and Events

Community Christmas Party
During our first annual Community Christmas Party in 2018, we provided a hot dinner and free toys to over 100 children and their families. In 2019 and 2020, we were able to increase our impact to serve over 150 families, and in 2021 we exceeded 200 families! We strive to increase our impact each year and are grateful for our community partners who help make this happen!

Fall Feast 
Our first Fall Feast in 2018 consisted of hot spaghetti meals with a side salad and bread. All were welcome to enjoy a free hot meal on a beautiful autumn day. We served over 60 families! In 2019, we were able to serve over 100 families thanks to the generosity of our community partners!

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