Since 1988, FACETS has served children, families and individuals experiencing homelessness, poverty and hunger in Fairfax County. During the COVID-19 crisis, FACETS has remained on the frontlines and expanded its emergency services and basic needs programming to meet the greatest needs of our community’s most vulnerable. Response efforts are focused on: Shelter, Food, Emergency Financial Assistance, Eviction Prevention, Medical Outreach and Support for Virtual Learning. FACETS operated the temporary hypothermia shelter in Tysons (at the former Container Store location on…
The series of discussions continues by exploring what it means to create community. Tysons Interfaith wants to hear from you: What makes a community? What is the role of people of faith in a community? Is "spiritual space" part of a "community?" Click here for more information.
How Employers can Show Support for Mental Health: Tysons-based Employers Share their Progress with The Mental Health Movement in the Workplace
Join the partnership for a virtual event which will include a dynamic discussion on how employers in Tysons are showing support for mental health and to learn what you and your organization can do to join in this important health and wellness initiative. Experts in the mental health space from The National Alliance on Mental Health will discuss actions companies can take to enhance workplace mental health. And a panel comprised of representatives from Tysons-based organizations will draw from their…