Resources Update: Vaccine Pop-Ups, Eviction and Rental Assistance, Food Distribution, Job Assistance and More

Share these resources for individuals and families in need or impacted by the COVID-19 crisis with your neighbors and networks.

Page updated on Oct 6, 2021 at 10:57 AM

Resources Update: Vaccine Pop-Ups, Eviction and Rental Assistance, Food Distribution, Job Assistance and More 

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COVID-19 Resources for Those in Need Web Box

Each week, DCHS highlights new and existing resources to support individuals and families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis or those in need.  We encourage residents and faith-based and nonprofit organizations to share these resources with their neighbors and networks. You can also learn about and share the latest resources and news by following DCHS on Facebook or Twitter or subscribing to the Spanish Language Text Line by texting ALEXINFOESP to 888777. 

Upcoming Vaccine Events on October 1, 4-9, 12-16, 20, 22-23, 27 and 30

  • There are multiple clinics every week around the city where adults and children aged 12 and up can receive their free first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. As part of Alexandria's commitment to serving all communities, clinics are hosted at a variety of times in conveniently located neighborhood locations and do not require ID, insurance or English fluency. Access a schedule of locations and times

Hiring Events:

The Workforce Development Center is hosting an event Oct 7:

  • Join WDC for a “Virtual Hiring Event” with Extended Stay America on October 7, 10 a.m.- noon. Participants will be able to discuss and learn more about open positions, locations and interview with local hiring teams on the spot online via Zoom. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Weekly Jobs Flyer, Workshops and Skills Training 

Rental and Eviction Prevention Assistance 

  • Alexandria Eviction Prevention staff are available in-person for immediate assistance every Wednesday and Thursday from 12-3 p.m. at Casa Chirilagua (4109 Mt. Vernon Ave.). Call 571.351.3272 or email volunteerAEPP@alive-inc.org
  • Access City and state rental and eviction prevention assistance for renters and landlords through the Office of Housing and DCHS. Learn more

ALIVE! Food Distribution Pop-Ups 

For more information on a wide range of resources available, visit Resources to Meet Basic Needs of those Impacted by COVID-19

View or download a flyer to learn how to access a variety of essential services in EnglishSpanishArabic and Amharic

 
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