Liberation Family Services

Transitional Housing
Richmond, VA
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1201 Hull Street
Richmond, VA - 23224

(804) 233-4064 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. cellis@freeddomhouserichmond.org Donate Go to Facebook

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About Liberation Family Services

Liberation Family Services Vision They envision the creation, sustainment, and advancement of holistic programming that supports economic development and offers solutions for unemployment, affordable housing, and the reduction of the rate of recidivism to poverty and imprisonment. 38 bed facility with Food Bank, Job Search, Showers, Clothing Bank, Washers/Dryers, and Case Management, and easy access to Public Transportation 75% of their Veteran clients have been enrolled in the VRAP program and are enrolled in the Richmond Technical School with curriculums such as welding, plumbing or HVAC. LFS has a collaboration with Focused Outreach Richmond to provide Employment Assistance for their clients. LFS collaborated with a generous volunteer base that serves hot meals every day of the year for theirclients. Liberation Family Services  Mission To provide food, shelter and the power to change for individuals in crisis. 100% of their Veteran clients receive benefits, counseling and transportation to the VA Medical Center here in Richmond for appointments 83% percent of their clients are assisted to self-sufficiency and permanent housing within 12 months. LFS partners with various organizations with accredited curriculums on life skills such as budgeting, conflict resolution, health and wellness, and credit repair to name a few.

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Anonymous - Nov 8, 2018

Looking for my Biological mother. Her name is Kaye F. Reason, usually goes by, on the streets, Kat. I haven't seen Kaye in 20+ years. She suffers from paranoid schizophrenia. She would be 70 years old or older. I truly want to find her as I have been looking for 10+ years.

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