Resources For Our Community
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Carilion Community Hotline:  866-604-2873 (M-F, 8a-5p)

Centra Coronavirus Care Line:  434-200-1225 (24/7)

cdc.gov 

 Dial   2-1-1 : 2-1-1 VIRGINIA provides information and you can read more here: 

https://www.dss.virginia.gov/community/211.cgi

 

READ MORE HERE

 

Do you need to file for unemployment? File a claim with Virginia Employment Commission by phone at 1-866-832-2363! For more information, please visit their website at http://www.vec.virginia.gov/.

 

Lynchburg professional Counseling Services by licensed professional counselors from Hope for Tomorrow; a division of Patrick Henry Family Services

Suicide Prevention Virginia 

Crises text line

Suicide Hot Lines

 

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Housing Rights Tenants and Foreclosure

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2020/03/31/coronavirus-what-happens-if-you-cant-pay-rent-due-pandemic/5099013002/

 

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Salvation Army

The Lighthouse

Lynchburg Daily Bread

Parkview Community Mission

Fairview United Methodist Church

Lynchburg Community Action Group

Roanoke

Salvation Army

Feeding Southwest Virginia

Salem Food Pantry

 

Counties of Bedford, Amherst, Campbell & Appomattox; Cities of Bedford & Lynchburg

Counties of Patrick Henry, Franklin & Pittsylvania; Cities of Martinsville & Danville

Counties of Roanoke, Craig, Botetourt & Alleghany; Cities of Salem, Roanoke, Clifton Forge & Covington

 

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Roanoke

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Preorder from your local farmers!  

Help for homeschooling parents

Keeping Kids Busy and Connected

Fun Activities to keep you Busy during Quarantine

Stretching Your Grocery Dollars

Making Your Food Dollars Stretch

 

  • Share what you have an excess of with friends and neighbors.
  • Donate your time to make phone calls to check in on the elderly (Area Agencies on Aging)
  • There is a great increased demand for assistance in our communities, area United Way’s;  Roanoke Valley, New River Valley, Lynchburg all have COVID 19 impact funds and seek donations to help the many community organizations assist those in need.
  • Area Food Banks are seeing increased demand and are in need of cash donations
  • Help your area restaurants by way of purchasing takeout or delivery, or the purchase of a gift certificate to give to someone in need.
  • Donate Blood- supplies are needed by the American Red Cross