Virginia COVID-19 Resources

 

AHC Resident Resources: Stay in Touch and Get Help 

Get connected to emergency services.

If you need financial help, food, health information or have other emergency needs, AHC’s Resident Services staff can connect you to services that can help. Please contact Susan Davidson at 703-486-0626 ext. 1112 or Susan.Davidson@ahcinc.org.  

Stay in touch through free App.

Please sign up for AHC’s free Rent Café App, which helps us stay connected through email or text. You can also use the app to pay rent or schedule maintenance. To register, download the Rent Cafe App or go to your apartment’s website and click on “Resident Login.” You will need to call your leasing office for your registration code or use the phone number you gave us when you moved in.

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General Virginia Information

Healthcare

Support for Small Businesses


Unemployment Information

Spanish Resources

 


Arlington County

Emergency Needs

Information Resources

Food

Health

  • Contact your local or state health office for local information, closings, insurance information and updated notices: Arlington, VA – Public Health Division
  • Arlington Free Clinic provides high-quality free healthcare to uninsured Arlington residents.
  • Virginia Hospital Center continues to operate a COVID-19 Sample Collection Site in Arlington; Patients who have a physician’s order for testing can schedule an appointment at 703-558-5766, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Job Search

 

Legal Services

Legal Services of Northern Virginia is a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services, including helping access public benefits, can help residents apply for public benefits. Call 1-866-LegalAID (1-866-834-5243).  

 

Business Resources

Business resources during the coronovirus pandemic, Arlington Economic Development


Arts

Arlington Arts at Home. Arlington County offers a variety of art-inspired activities for children and adults, including coloring pages, art projects and tours of local exhibits for children and adults. 

 


City of Alexandria

Emergency Needs

Information Resources

  • City of Alexandria Alerts. Visit https://bit.ly/AlexAlerts to sign up for text, email or voice alerts.
  • COVID-19 Information Line. For questions about COVID-19, call the Alexandria COVID-19 Information Line at (703) 746-4988, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • City of Alexandria Coronavirus webpage has extensive details on local responses. Visit https://www.alexandriava.gov/Coronavirus for the latest information.
  • Virginia Department of Health 24-hour Coronavirus Information Hotline: (877) 275-8343.

Food

 Health

 


Fairfax County

Emergency Needs

  • Fairfax County food assistance hotline(703) 222-0880
  • Emergency and basic needs hotline:  Fairfax Health and Human Services, (703) 222-0880
  • Emergency referrals. AHC’s Resident Services staff is available to help you find emergency resources. Contact Susan Davidson, 703-486-0626 ext 1112 or susan.davidson@ahcinc.org .

Information Resources

Food

  • FCPS is providing grab and go meals at no cost for students at 18 sites. We are coordinating with community partners to ensure the locations and timing of food centers and pantries are being communicated with FCPS families. Beginning Monday, March 16, we are expanding the grab and go food distribution sites to a total of 18 locations.  The food distribution is set up outside the schools. Breakfast will be served from 8-10:30 a.m. and lunch from 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the locations listed below:
  • FCPS students are welcome to come to any of the sites to pick up a meal during these time periods. All students enrolled in FCPS schools and other County children receive one meal at no-cost; and, may have additional meals at no-cost upon request. Adults may purchase breakfast and lunch meals at a cost of $2.00.

Health

Small Business