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P.O. Box 4452
Leesburg, VA 20177
703-443-1380 (VM)
703-434-3531 (F)
http://www.loudounfriends.org
friends@loudounfriends.org

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We wish to thank our very special sponsors and supporters. These are people, organizations and businesses who recognize the importance of good mental health and are committed to addressing the stigma associated with mental illness. Remember, mental illness is a brain disease.....not a character flaw. Together we can make a significant difference. Click the logos below to learn more about our Circle of Friends.




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Friends has been serving Loudoun County as an all volunteer, non-profit organization since 1955. We advocate for mental health services. We educate about mental illnesses, the recovery process, and work to end discrimination. We prevent homelessness among Loudoun residents disabled by mental illnesses through three of our direct service programs. Become an advocate...get involved...contact Friends to join our efforts.


Give the gift of shelter!

Friends has been given a special gift in the form of a two-for-one challenge to help fight homelessness right here in Loudoun County.

Money donated to Friends between now and December 31 will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $1,000. This means that for every $1 you give, Friends will receive $2. Act now to prevent homelessness among Loudoun residents disabled by mental illness.

Friends' A Place To Call Home program addresses the need for stable housing by providing guaranteed monthly rental subsidies to Loudoun County residents disabled by mental illness who live at or below the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines and who are at risk of becoming homeless.

To prevent people from living on the streets or in the woods, Friends partners with Loudoun County Mental Health Services to help fill the gap in housing for independent living and to insure that Loudoun residents get the wrap-around support and mental health care they need to successfully rebuild their lives. A Place To Call Home knocks down the biggest barrier people face to living in safe and affordable housing while they recover from mental illness.

Please join the two-for-one challenge - ending December 31 -- by mailing your donation to Friends or by making a donation through Friends' website.

Either way its a big win for our Loudoun neighbors in dire need and it's a great win for all our Loudoun communities as well.

Let's go all out and exceed the challenge goal of $2,000......the more money raised, the more people who will receive the gift of shelter!

This fabulous challenge gift has been made by Brad and Kelly Nicklin, long-time supporters of Friends since 1998.

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