Did you know that nearly 2,000 children in Loudoun County are considered homeless? While many are not living in shelters or tent cities, they are living unstable lives, sleeping on a friend’s couch one week or in a car the next week. INMED’s Homelessness Prevention program works with families to keep them in their homes. Through intensive case management, our housing team teaches families how to budget, plan and avoid eviction, in addition to providing the tools and resources to help parents develop marketable skills, find better employment and raise healthier children. These teams work tirelessly to lift families out of poverty and onto a path to better lives. Learn more at http://opportunitycenter.us/programs/. If you know of someone who’s on the verge of homelessness, contact Cecilia Diaz-Yap at 703-729-4951.