First Home Alliance reviews and updates the following resources in continuing efforts to assist the community:
COMMUNITY RESOURCE LIST
EMERGENCY NEEDS (food, rent utilities, etc.)
ACTS – Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9-11:30 and 1-3 – Tuesday 1-3:30 and 5-7
• For financial help bring cut off notice
• Operation Turkey – Friday 9-11:30 (Thanksgiving help for east end)
SERVE (10056 Dean Dr., Manassas, VA 20110)
• Operation Turkey (Thanksgiving for west end) 703-368-2979
• Rent, prescriptions, utilities and other crisis problems. Serves Northern Virginia
to Roanoke. Services include free counseling for birthmothers, adoptions, post
adoptions, family Counseling, pregnancy, etc.
• Monday-Friday 10:00am to 2pm Financial aid/food and other referrals
• Financial assistance reviewed on a case by case basis. Must interview with the
Director for financial assistance 703-670-8161
ST. VICENT DEPAUL 703-368-2429
Monday-Thursday 6pm to 8pm
(Calls prior will be returned 703-491-1900 between 6-8) Food Supplement available,
need to bring current ID.
SALVATION ARMY 703-580-8991
Monday-Friday 9am to 12 noon & 1pm to 4pm
• Food & Financial assistance (must have cutoff on utility & eviction notice for
• Must have picture ID, proof of income for all working persons household. If
children, bring social security card & birth certificate.
• Services include clothing vouchers (for thrift store) and prescriptions.
DUMFRIES UNITED METHODIST 703-221-2880
• Monday 6:30pm to 7:30pm
• Food & clothes closet, financial assistance with utility bills & emergency
• 15 minute devotional services-Must live in Dumfries, Triangle or Quantico area.
ST. FRANCIS HOUSE 703-221-6344
• 2606 Heth Ct. Dumfries, VA 22026
• Monday-Friday 8:00am to 3:30pm
• Must live in Eastern Prince William
• Food Closet, Financial assistance with utility bills & emergency prescriptions.
ACTS Shelter (eastern PWC) 703-221-3186
• ACTS Transitional Housing (single female HOH) 703-221-5983
• Compassion House (single female or family) 703-670-8481
• Turning Points Shelter (Domestic Violence) (www.ACTS.com) 703-221-4951
• Homeless Prevention Center (VOA) HILDA BARG 703-680-5403
• SERVE Shelter (western PWC) Open 7 days a week, 24 hrs./day 703-368-3612
BEST Transitional Housing 703-490-3646
(single women with no more than two children)
BARN Transitional Housing (single mothers 19 years of age with a drivers license and
up to five children under 12) 703-369-1325
MEDICAL Health Department 703-792-6300 (M)
Dentist Referral 703-362-4901 ext 17
PW Interfaith Caregivers 703-369-5063
AIDS Family to Family Mentoring Respect and Responsibility Sneakers Program Parish
Nurse Program (elderly)
ACTS Helpline 703-368-4141
ACTS Daycare 703-670-8808
24hr Hotline helps with pregnancy tests, maternity clothes 703-491-1178
Children’s clothing up to size 4, pre-natal care assistance/referrals 800-550-4900
Homeless Intervention Program (HIP PW DSS) 703-792-7648
• Assists with rental payments, security deposits, and mortgage assistance. Must
meet income eligibility, have an unavoidable crisis, and show prior self sufficiency.
Family Loan Program 703-490-3646
The Family Loan Partnership provides interest free-loans to families in Northern Virginia
making the transition from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) to
independence. Qualified applicants receive up to $3,000 and will be expected to pay the
loan back within 24 months. The two main criteria for applicant eligibility is:
1) TANF or TANF transitional (must have received a TANF check within the past
2) Must be employed for at least 90 days.
PWC Office of Housing and Community Development- 703-792-7530
Office is responsible for administering County Housing Programs and initiatives such as
Community Development and Rehabilitation for owner-occupied units or first time home
buyers; Foreclosure Rehabilitation Acquisition Program (FRAP) provides financial
counseling, home ownership education, deferred loans for down-payment, closing costs,
or rehabilitation for select areas within PWC and for those who have obtained financing;
Home-ownership Assistance Program (HAP) provides financial counseling, education,
and deferred loans for down-payment, closing costs or energy efficiency improvements
for the property being purchased.
Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8), and Transitional Housing program,
referrals for transitional housing program required from an area homeless shelter.
Aging /Adult /Seniors
Agency on Aging 703-792-6400
Adult Day Care 703-792-6400
Court Services Unit/Intake 703-792-6210
Victim Witness Assistance Program 703-392-7083
Domestic Violence Resource Specialist 703-792-6065
Legal Services of North Virginia 703-368-5711
Legal Services of Northern Virginia (LSNV) provides services in a variety of substantive
civil legal areas, including: family law, housing law, elder law, public benefits claims,
access to health care, child advocacy, employment and civil rights law, consumer law
and AIDS/HIV issues. Staff and volunteers provide legal advice, brief service, and
representation in administrative hearings and in court, as well as community legal
education, and advocacy before local and state governmental entities, all without charge
to our clients.
Prince William County Office 571-482-2680
9240 Center Street
Manassas, Virginia 20110