• Community Resources 

    If you need assistance, here are some resources you can contact.  If you have questions, please email our Family Liaison at

    Tree of Life - Call 540-441-7920 to get more information and register.  Food is delivered to families, with a 3+ week supply of food.  Tree of Life also hosts a free Community Dinner on Thursday nights at 5:30 at the TOL center 210 N. 21st Street, Unit D, Purcellville.  Click on this link to see other areas of assistance that Tree of Life can provide. 

    Better a Life Foundation –201 N. Maple, Unit F, Purcellville Food Assistance or visit 

    Round Hill United Methodist Church - Food pantry for residents of Round Hill only.  Referral must be from Family Liaison.  Please email me at 

    Lovettsville – Western Loudoun Food Pantry – WL Food Pantry Open pantry hours on Wednesday evenings 3:30-6:30. Any other time, contact Family Liaison. Please email me at 

    Middleburg - Seven Loaves - Call 540-687-3489. 

    Loudoun Hunger Relief - Based in Leesburg.  Call 703-777-5911.  You MUST make an appointment before going. 

    Mobile Hope – Provides emergency housing and services for homeless youth.  They also provide resources, such as food, hygiene items & diapers from their bus.  The closest locations are in Leesburg.  See the attached flyer with schedule.  Bus Schedule 

    Catholic Charities - located in Leesburg.  Call 703-443-2481. 

    Loudoun County Government – Information and Referral Program for Health and Human Services

    Rent Assistance may be available

    Rental assistance through Loudoun DFS continues to be available: families need to be able to show loss of income, submit a W-9*, paystub, and some type of lease.  For those residents without access to a scanner or printer, rental property offices have been helpful about letting tenants use their equipment.  Due to need, this rental assistance has been expanded to cover up to 3 months

    The Information & Referral program is a call-based service that connects individuals to health and human services information and resources within Loudoun County. The phone line, 703-777-0420, will be staffed Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m.  5:00 p.m.

     I&R can connect residents to a myriad of county and community services and resources, such as:

    • Child Care Assistance
    • Employment Services
    • Food Resources                                                          
    • Health and Dental Care
    • Housing and Homeless Services
    • Legal Services
    • Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services
    • Older Adult Services
    • Public Benefits
    • Utility Assist                                                           


    Catholic Charities and Loudoun Cares

    will jointly rotate staff to respond to requests for financial assistance through a newly established COVID-19 Emergency Fund and Helpline. Loudoun residents who need help paying rent as a result of lost wages from the COVID-19 crisis can call the COVID-19 Emergency Fund and Helpline at 703-669-5040. Trained staff from Catholic Charities and Loudoun Cares will work together to complete an intake process and assess the needs of each caller. Eligibility requirements to receive financial assistance from the COVID-19 Emergency Fund and Helpline may be found at,-utility-assistance,-and-basic-household-needs/. Eligible callers may be able to receive up to $500 in financial assistance. 


    Job Search Assistance

    Loudoun County Workforce Resource Center - job postings and workforce readiness training


    Crossroads Jobs:Crossroads Jobs provides individually focused employment services to Loudoun area residents who are unemployed or underemployed. or call: 703-268-8713 (English) or 703-268-6992 (Spanish)