UNITED WAY OF NORTHERN SHENANDOAH VALLEY ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL OF THE 2022 COMMUNITY RESOURCE DIRECTORY
WINCHESTER – United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley (NSV) is proud to announce the arrival the new 2022 Community Resource Directory, a free digital resource guide for all area residents and agencies!
The new expanded 2022 directory features 171 local non-profits and agencies who provide health and human care services in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. The directory covers assistance programs in Winchester City, Frederick, Clarke, Page, Warren, and Shenandoah County.
United Way's Community Resource Directory has been produced for free for more than 20 years, and was curated with the assistance of volunteers from Navy Federal Credit Union to help with some of the frequently asked questions that United Way’s resource navigators face. It was designed to provide the community with greater access to help and information on area services throughout the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Directory listings cover childcare assistance, clothing and supplies, community education and advocacy, counseling and mental health, disability resources, domestic violence resources, education resources, employment, financial assistance, food, health resources, housing and shelter, immigration and citizenship, pregnancy and parenting, senior services, substance abuse services, veteran’s services and youth development.
New for 2022, the directory includes a listing of all food pantries and soup kitchens with their open hours, sorted by region. Information on services in Page County and Warren County were also added for the first time in 2019 and were further expanded upon in the 2022 edition.
United Way would like to thank Navy Federal Credit Union for donating the production of these directories – making this valuable tool FREE to the community.
The Community Service Directory is available for free download at www.unitedwaynsv.org/resources.
Printed versions of the directory are available to the public on a very limited basis. Printed directories will be available by request by reaching out to United Way at (540) 536-1610 after June 11th.