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Human Services
Adult Services
Report an incident of suspected abuse or neglect to Adult Protective Services. Assistance with nutrition, medical needs and nursing home care.

Family Services
Supportive, protective and preventive services including Adoption & Foster Care, Child Protective Services, Prevention Services and the Homeless Action & Response Team.

Homelessness
Resources available for homeless families and individuals in Norfolk who are seeking time limited services.

Juvenile Services
Find out what programs and services are available to meet the needs of youth in the juvenile justice system.

Norfolk Ready by 5
Find out how Norfolk’s “Ready By 5” is investing in early childhood development.

Prisoner Reentry
Learn more about the Norfolk Re-entry Council and its focus on the key barriers to successful offender reentry.

Public Assistance
Benefit program descriptions. Screen for eligibility and apply for public benefit programs online.

Public Information
Communications, public relations, and marketing support for all program areas within the Human Services Department. “Human Services Forum” on government access television.

Resource & Community Links
Connect with other resources in the local area.

Senior Resources
Programs tailored to the needs of senior and/or disabled citizens.

Student Internships
Apply for a college internship in social work.


Contact Us
Steven Hawks, Human Services Director
Stephen K. Hawks

Director

741 Monticello Ave.
Norfolk, VA 23510
Ph: 757-664-6000
Email

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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News
General Relief Program Now Available
The Department of Human Services will be accepting applications for the General Relief Program (GR) effective November 1, 2014. GR is an optional local program designed to provide assistance to children who are living with unrelated adults. Read on...
FY15 Human Services Grant Awards
The City of Norfolk's FY15 Operating Budget includes $520,300 for grants to departments and non-profit service organization(s) to increase resources to at-risk populations of children, families, elderly, and disabled citizens. View HSG awards for FY15. FY15 HSG Awards
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