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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) AND HOMELESSNESS
COVID-19: Food, Financial & Medical Assistance
Food, Financial and Medical Assistance for Neighbors in Need
Click here for information on COVID-19 and homelessness in Arlington. Do you feel unsafe in your relationship? Are you afraid of your partner? You are not alone. There is help. Call the Arlington sexual assault, domestic and dating violence hotline anytime at 703-237-0881 for assistance.
For additional countywide information pertaining to COVID-19, updates can be found here: https://www.arlingtonva.us/covid-19-coronavirus-updates/
Please note that shelter services require a referral by Arlington County DHS Clinical Coordination Program. In case of shelter need during non-business hours, households should call 703-228-1010 for assistance.
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Economic Independence Division 2100 Washington Blvd. Arlington, VA 22204 703-228-1350 703-228-1788 TTY firstname.lastname@example.org
You can check your eligibility, apply for public assistance programs, and manage your account online through Virginia CommonHelp. Click here to learn what documentation and information you will need when you apply.
These are common forms and documents used within the Clinical Coordination Program (CCP) Centralized Access System (CAS) for access to housing programs and other resources.
Public assistance fraud occurs when a person knowingly makes false statements, withholds information or fails to report information necessary to determine eligibility or benefits. Learn more about fraud and how to report it.