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Bailey's Crossroads Community Shelter and Supportive Housing

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Bailey's Crossroads Community Shelter and Supportive Housing

  1. 1. Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Office to Prevent and End Homelessness A Fairfax County, VA, publication Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter and Supportive Housing February 22, 2017
  2. 2. Public Private Partnerships Agenda • Project Overview • Conceptual Design • Building Operations • Questions and Answers Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing 2
  3. 3. Public Private Partnerships Location Map Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing Existing Site New Site 3
  4. 4. Public Private Partnerships Building Program & Funding Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing Program • Approximately 21,000 SF, 3 story building including a full cellar • Replacement facility for the existing Bailey’s Shelter • 52 emergency shelter beds including 4 medical beds • 18 Permanent Supportive Housing Units • Outdoor areas including parking and a courtyard. Funding • Total Project Estimate: $12 million • Project funding approved as part of the 2016 Bond Referendum 4
  5. 5. Public Private Partnerships Development Process and Schedule Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing • Site Acquisition September 2016 • Program/Concept Design August – January 2017 • Zoning/Land Use Actions November 2016 - July 2017 • Design Development March - May 2017 • Construction Document/Permits Summer-Fall 2017 • Bidding /Contract Award Fall 2017 • Construction Spring 2018 - Summer 2019 • Occupancy Fall 2019 5
  6. 6. Public Private Partnerships Conceptual Site Plan Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing 6
  7. 7. Public Private Partnerships Conceptual Floor Plans Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing 7
  8. 8. Public Private Partnerships Examples - Residential Buildings Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing 8
  9. 9. Public Private Partnerships Conceptual Rendering-Entry View Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing 9
  10. 10. Public Private Partnerships Conceptual Rendering-NE View Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing 10
  11. 11. Public Private Partnerships Shelter Demographics Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing • 74% of the Bailey’s Shelter residents are male and 26% are female. • 1/3 of shelter residents are age 51 or older. • 8% are veterans of the US military. • 11% are survivors of domestic violence. • Many of the residents have chronic health problems and other disabilities. • Most residents have extremely low income. • The average stay in the shelter is less than two months. • Services are focused on employment, housing, health, and other basic needs. 11
  12. 12. Public Private Partnerships Shelter Staffing Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing • The facility is currently operated by Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS) and supported by several County agencies, primarily the Office to Prevent and End Homelessness (OPEH). • At least four Resident Assistants on duty at all times 24/7 with additional staff and volunteers at different hours. • During the daytime hours, there is an average of 15 staff members on site, including case managers, administrative staff and volunteers. • Volunteers provide wonderful support to the shelter, with 2,766 hours of time logged in between July and December 2016. 12
  13. 13. Public Private Partnerships Shelter Operations Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing • Daily schedule: • Most clients leave the shelter in the morning to go to work, as well as to health and housing-related appointments. • Clients are encouraged, but not required, to leave the shelter by 9:30 am and return at 4:30. On-site services are available to engage clients in activities that promote self-sufficiency and housing. • Curfew: 9:00 pm weekdays, 10:00 pm weekends. • Hypothermia Prevention program operates from December through March • Daytime drop-in operates from 9:30 am - 1:00 pm three days per week. 13
  14. 14. Public Private Partnerships Security Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing In order to maintain the safety of clients, staff and the community, the following standards and emergency shelter best practices are included in the proposed facility: • Security cameras • Access control system • Duress alarms • Internal and external rounds conducted every 30 minutes • Strong and cooperative relationship with Fairfax County police • Creation of a Community Advisory Committee to promote routine communication between neighboring residents, businesses, and the shelter 14
  15. 15. Public Private Partnerships Questions/Comments Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing Project Website: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/construction/baileys-shelter.htm Comments/Questions can be sent to: FairfaxCountyOfficeofPublicAffairs@fairfaxcounty.gov 15 Next Steps: • Feb. 28, 7:30 pm - Mason District Land Use Committee-Information only • March 21, 7:30 pm - Bailey’s Crossroads Seven Corner Revitalization Committee • May 23, 7:30 pm - Mason District Land Use Committee- Recommendation • Planning Commission Public Hearing - TBD • Board of Supervisors Public Hearing - TBD
  16. 16. Public Private Partnerships Existing Pedestrian Infrastructure Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter and Supportive Housing 16

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