HomeAid Northern Virginia and Youth For Tomorrow Groundbreaking on New Home for Girls in Crisis

Who:               HomeAid Northern Virginia, Youth For Tomorrow (YFT) Residential Treatment Services and Builder Captain Stanley Martin Homes. 

What:              Groundbreaking for a new, 5,000 square foot residential facility that HomeAid will build on YFT’s 215-acre campus in Bristow, Va.  The new home will allow YFT to expand on-campus residential services for up to 36 more girls every year, aged 11 to 17 who are pregnant, young mothers, homeless, runaways or survivors of sex trafficking.

The construction will result in an estimated $750,000 investment in the community, and through its Builder Captain and trade partners, HomeAid will obtain 69 percent—more than $500,000 — in cost savings off the total retail construction costs. in cost savings off the total retail construction costs. The savings will allow YFT to invest more money in the programs and services that will make a lasting difference in the lives of the young people in its care.

Where:            11835 Hazel Circle Drive, Bristow, Va.

When:             Friday, May 15, 2:00pm

Speakers:        Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson, Chairman At-Large of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, Corey Stewart

Additional details, including a photo of the home, are available online.