Day Service Center

If you are currently homeless or at risk of losing housing, call the Regional Housing Crisis Hotline at 757-227-5932.

Relief to Those in Need

Day Service Center Logo

In an effort to reduce homelessness on the peninsula, the City of Newport News is establishing a Day Service Center to serve as a relief to those in need.

The Day Service Center will function as a one-stop location that provides homeless men, women, and children with easy access to needed medical attention, employment counseling, housing search and support from participating service providers and human service agencies. Additionally, clients will have access to basic needs and amenities such as food and clothing, showers, washers and dryers, mail and phone.

The opening of the Day Service Center will make it easier for the homeless to realize that self-sufficiency and independence are accessible and attainable.

The Objective

To strengthen the current system of care for those in need. The Day Service center establishes a single point of entry for those who are currently experiencing homelessness and connects individuals and families to a variety of resources to help them secure housing and address barriers that impede their ability to obtain housing.

  1. Site Details
  2. Day Services Provided
  3. Where Are We Now
  4. Homeless Data
Day Service Center Exterior

The site of the Day Service Center is a former Marine Corps Reserve Center, acquired by the City of Newport News through the U.S. General Services Administration pursuant to Title V of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. The location is 7401 Warwick Blvd. Newport News, Virginia.