Families in Crisis Program
Albemarle County Public Schools' Families in Crisis Program is a federally-funded grant authorized by the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act through Project Hope Virginia Department of Education. The program is meant to ensure the enrollment, attendance, and the success of homeless children and youth in school. In addition, emergency services, referrals for health services, transportation, school supplies, and costs related to obtaining school records may be provided.
We believe all children can be successful in school. We are here to help.
Families in Crisis Services
- School Enrollment
- School Placement and Transportation
- School Free Lunch
- Food/clothing resources
- School supplies/backpacks
- Community resource referral and navigation
- Summer programs and enrichment opportunities
Good News from our families
"Your program helped my daughter to be the best she can be."
"Your program helped us during our temporary financial problems. We are now on our way to independence and looking forward to the future."
"You gave us a chance when we needed it most."
Ms. Laura Brown
Families In Crisis, Migrant, Adult Education Programs
Albemarle County Public Schools
705 Rio Rd West
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Northside Library Third Floor