Emergency Services
Crisis intervention and orientation, counseling, substance abuse treatment, medical care, or domestic violence resources.

Personal Development and Education
Participants and case managers work together to develop life skills. Case managers help secure transportation and childcare, if needed. Stress management, goal setting, and working towards individual self-sufficiency.

Job Training and Placement
Case managers work with participants to find additional training and education. Participants who obtain employment prior to or when they enter the program may obtain additional training to ensure job security.

Secure Housing Assistance
Case managers encourage job retention and assist in search for future housing. Participants escrow a portion of their income, and are taught basic budgeting and financial literacy skills.

Case manager provides information, guidance, motivation, emotional support, and role modeling. Our mentors may also help with exploring careers, setting goals, developing contacts, and identifying resources.

Bible Study
GSA provides optional weekly Bible reading and study in order to provide personal religious or spiritual practices. Some sessions involve prayer for self, others, and the community. Those who are not Christians are always welcome to attend, and many do.

The Good Shepherd Alliance is Loudoun County’s most comprehensive network of services for the homeless, near-homeless, and those in need. Our shelters and transitional housing not only provides care for the immediate needs of those who come to us, but we also work with partners in the community – organizations, volunteers, and local businesses to address the deeper causes of homelessness. Our goal is to help everyone find housing stability, economic independence, and self-sufficiency.


Our Shelters

Housing & Community Development
The Good Shepherd Alliance Housing & Community Development Program offers more than a room to sleep or an overnight stay. We provide immediate housing, meals, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities to individuals and families. To supplement these basis services, we also provide comprehensive case management services through vocational guidance, family life skills, and mentoring.

Hebron is an 89-day Emergency Shelter for women and children located in Purcellville, VA. Hebron has six rooms and can house up to twenty-five residents with a house monitor overseeing the communal living. Hebron provides basic needs such as housing, food, showers and laundry machines for all residents.

Peace House is a transitional home located in Leesburg, VA and is designed for single women. It houses four residents. A resident may apply for a room at Peace House after residing at the Hebron Emergency Shelter for 30 days.

Mary’s House of Hope is a transitional home located in Purcellville, VA designated for pregnant mothers and or single mothers with young children. Mary’s House has three rooms and can sleep up to eight residents. A resident may apply for a room at Mary’s House of Hope after residing at the Hebron Emergency Shelter for 30 days.

The Family Transitional Housing Program provides transitional housing for families. Each of the three homes in Leesburg, VA provide housing to individual families. Families who have resided at Hebron for at least 30 days are eligible to apply to the Program. Community referral applicants are also accepted.

Our shelters welcome donations from the community. This is how you can help. The Urgent Needs List is as follows:

Gift Cards:

  • Grocery and Gas Gift Cards (Walmart, Target, Giant, Sheetz, Exxon)

Personal Care Items:

  • Body Wash – Men and Women
  • Body Lotion
  • Shampoo/Conditioner – (or 2 in 1)
  • Hair Care Products
  • Advil, Tylenol
  • Cold Medicine

Household Items:

  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Dish Soap
  • Cleaning Products – Clorox Wipes, Multipurpose Home & Bathroom Cleaning Supplies
  • Trash Bags – All Sizes

Baby Items:

  • Pull-Ups – All Sizes
  • Diapers – All Sizes
  • Wipes

Donations may also be dropped off at:
Good Shepherd Alliance Donations
Administrative Offices – 2nd Floor
20684 Ashburn Road
Ashburn, VA 20147