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ForKids provides families with housing and comprehensive services to foster permanent, positive family development leading to self-sufficient futures.
ForKids is passionately committed to ending the cycle of homelessness for children in South Hampton Roads.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Mission Statement: To break the cycle of homelessness and poverty for children & families
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Anonymous - Feb 27, 2020
Hello good morning, we have been reaching out to sarah Johnson for over a month and she has refused to call us back after promising my family and children housing. This has happened with every forkids worker in this area. This isnt the first time this has happened. We have been trying to recieve housing for this organization for almost a year now and each one of you pass us around as if we are trash. The way this program is being run is not helping the families that need help. This woman Sarah Johnson told me it was fine for me and my newborn and other very young children to sleep in the cold. I would sure like to see everyone one of you do that each and every day as easy as you tell us to and the hang up and satmy have a good day. What a smack in the face.
Anonymous - Jul 20, 2020
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