When tough times hit, it is often hard to know where to turn for help and what resources are available. United Way NSV can help connect you with health and human services and programs for your unique situation.
Click on the links below to learn more about the resources available:
Community Service Directory
The United Way NSV publishes "The Community Services Directory." The directory is a 190 page resource book made possible by volunteer assistance through Northern VA Daily and produced as a community service by LSC Communications. It is free to everyone and can be obtained by visiting the United Way or a United Way Partner Agency during regular business hours.
The 2019-2021 Community Services Directory is also available for download here.
Valley Assistance Network (VAN)
The Valley Assistance Network (VAN) is a program of United Way NSV created to help families navigate community resources and create a path to financial stability.
Learn more about Valley Assistance Network here.
211 is the free, easy-to-remember telephone number that's your best "first call" to quickly find the right source of help. The central information line is staffed by trained operators who can connect you to a wide range of community services.
Learn more about Virginia 211 here.
FamilyWize makes it easy to save money on prescription drugs. Just show your free card to the pharmacist or look up your drugs here to see how much you could save!
COVID-19 Additional Resources
See organizations assisting with COVID-19 related financial assistance (must have a financial hardship due to COVID-19). Click here.