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    Community Resources During School Closure

    If you need assistance during the school closure, here are a few resources you can contact.  If you have questions, please email our Parent Liaison at Deana.Czaban@lcps.org.

     

    Food resources:

    Tree of Life – 540-441-7920.  TOL delivers a 3 week supply of food to families in need.  This pantry offers fresh produce, meat and dairy in addition to shelf stable items.  Call to get more information on how to register for this program.   Spanish speakers can press #5 on their message to connect with staff who speak Spanish.  http://tolministries.org/

    Tree of Life is also offering a free dinner – TO GO on Thursday nights from 5:30 – 6:30 IN PURCELLVILLE AT THE VICTORY HOUSE CHURCH - 520 MAIN STREET (ACROSS FROM DOLLAR TREE/OLD FOOD LION).

    If you live in Round Hill –   Round Hill United Methodist Church has a food pantry.  You must live in Round Hill to receive food from this pantry. Email me at: Deana.Czaban@lcps.org. to access the pantry.

    If you live in Lovettsville – There is a food pantry at one of the community churches.  Please contact me if you would like to set up a time to visit the pantry.  It is not staffed by the church, so I would need find out what you need, shop for you and leave the groceries outside of the pantry at a designated time.  Email me at: Deana.Czaban@lcps.org.

    If you live in Middleburg – Seven Loaves - https://www.sevenloavesmiddleburg.org/regular-distrubution call 540-687-3489 or email: sevenloavesservices@gmail.com.

    Mobile Hope – Their bus comes out to western Loudoun to deliver bags of groceries, personal care items and diapers.  No registration is necessary for this program.  Tuesdays at the following locations:

    • Purcellville – Tuesdays 10:00-10:30 Main Street Commons Apartments
    • Lovettsville – Tuesdays 11:30 – 12:00 27 S. Loudoun Street
    • Middleburg – Tuesdays 5:00-6:00 at Windy Hill Apartments (drop off in common area)
    • Hillsboro – Tuesdays 11:11:20 – Old Stone School (drop off)

    Loudoun Hunger Relief – based in Leesburg and BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  Call 703-777-5911  www.loudounhunger.org

    NEW ***Loudoun Hunger Relief Mobile Market  is now coming to Purcellville on Wednesdays from 2:00-3:00 pm near the Main Street Commons & Purcellville East Apartments.  Bring ID or a utility bill to establish that you are a resident.

    Catholic Charities – based in Leesburg. Call 703-443-2481.  www.ccda.net  (see page 2 financial/rent assistance) UPDATE: I received an email 5/15/20 indicating that they have an A LOT of food and not many customers so please call and arrange a time to visit if you can get to Leesburg.  Bring ID or a utility bill to establish residency.

    Loudoun County government – Information and Referral (I&R)Program for Health and Human Services

    Rent Assistance is 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

     https://www.smore.com/xj87m-community-emergency-relief-fund?ref=email

     

    The I&R 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 703-841-3830. 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 https://www.ccda.net/need-help/rent,-utility-assistance,-and-basic-household-needs/. Eligible callers may be able to receive up to $500 in financial assistance. 

     

     

     Job Search Assistance

     

    Updated 6/4/2020

     

    Crossroads Jobsfindajob@crossroadsjobs.org or call: 703-268-8713 (English) or 703-268-6992 (Spanish)

     

    Loudoun Workforce Resource update:

    -Sheetz locations in Loudoun County are hiring

    -training for IT, healthcare, software are still continuing

    -CDL trainings and licenses are in demand

     

    • Job readiness workshops are held virtuallythrough the Go to Meeting platform. LinkedIn profile reviews and mock interviews are offered in the same platform via set appointment. View the full schedule and register online. If you need help deciding which workshop is right for you, call us at 703-777-0150 and press Option 0.
    • Join one of our Virtual Coffee with a Career CounselorGoToMeeting sessions. 
    • The Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program, for both Adult (PDF)and Youth (PDF), will continue to offer employment assistance through alternative methods, such as use of online technology.

    https://www.loudoun.gov/1592/Workforce-Resource-Center