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Looking for an immediate, powerful, and meaningful way to help the homeless this holiday season? Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia (RPSV) is in urgent need of warm clothing and coats in adult sizes, gloves, scarves, hats, hand warmers, blankets, and sleeping bags for those without a home in our community. We also need belts. 
With this extraordinarily cold weather, the need is urgent and exceptional! You are welcome to bring items by our program sites across the county (we are located in Annandale, Merrifield, Reston, and South County Alexandria). You can find our centers here: Recovery Centers – Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia (rpsva.org). (We are closed this Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving.) For more information, please call (800) 374-4198.

Thank you for caring for those facing the elements at this time of year! rpsva.org 

As a nonprofit organization, RPSV welcomes both financial and in-kind donations to support those it serves. If you can help, please do so. You will find our most urgent in-kind needs below.


Food for daily meals or snacks at our four open centers (items such as pasta, sauce, canned goods such as soup or tuna, fresh vegetables, and fruit, crackers, peanut butter, snack bars)

Toiletry items, ranging from liquid and bar soap, no-rinse shampoo, and conditioner, wipes, toothbrushes/toothpaste/floss, deodorant, hygiene products for women

PPE‘s such as hand sanitizer and masks for participants and staff at our Recovery Centers

Pots, pans, and other kitchen items (e.g., spices, hand soap)

To donate in-kind items, please contact the Center nearest you to arrange a hands-free delivery. You will find our Centers and their hours listed here. For more information, please email Michelle today.

Interested in giving a cash donation instead? Please visit rpsva.org/donate-now or find us on Venmo.com at RPSV_Cares.

Thanks for considering helping RPSV assist those we serve!


“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” ~ Mother Teresa


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