C5BDI has made a recent contribution to the PIN Ministry’s charitable program, thanks to Colton Watkins’ suggestion. PIN Ministry is a support center for the homeless and the most impoverished people who aim to relieve human suffering and pave the way out of poverty. They believe in a holistic approach that focuses on restoring the mind, body, and spirit. PIN Ministry operates under four pillars, including medical outreach, transitional housing, recovery, and training, and aims to make today better while working towards a better tomorrow. 



In the face of increased demand during the pandemic, PIN Ministry expanded its services to help make an even bigger impact. PIN Ministry has also completed a capital project to build two additional showers for the homeless, installed air conditioning in the service area to operate as a cooling center during hot weather, and constructed an additional dedicated medical office.

PIN Ministry has expanded its substance abuse and mental health services by hiring a full-time addiction counselor and collaborating with the City of Virginia Beach PATH program to connect the homeless who suffer from severe mental health disorders and chronic addictions to much-needed treatment and long-term care. They have also coordinated and managed the Expanded Non-congregant Sheltering program for the city of Virginia Beach to give 150 homeless individuals and families sanctuary from the winter weather during the pandemic, which included case management and permanent housing assistance.

For more information about PIN Ministry and how to access their services, please visit their website at https://pinministry.net/ and click on the “Need Help” button.


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