Resources for Individuals

Covid-19 Resources from the CDC

Important Resource Links from the CDC in English and in Spanish.

VIRTUAL CARE (Novant-UVA Health System)

Novant-UVA Health System - Spanish
Get Checked Out from the Comfort and Convenience of Home

Novant-UVA Health System - English
Get Checked Out from the Comfort and Convenience of Home

Don’t Have a Primary Care Doctor and/or Insurance? 

Start Here!  Facility insurance and COVID testing reference chart from the Prince William Health District


U.S. Small Business Disaster Loan Assistance

Veterans Programs
Emergency Financial Relief Program

VIRGINIA SOCIAL SERVICES Information & Resources

Virginia Department of Social Services:  Information and resources regarding COVID-19 from the Virginia Department of Social Services.  (4/28/20)


The unemployment insurance program, administered by the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC), provides temporary financial assistance to individuals who become unemployed through no fault of their own. Under normal circumstances, individuals who meet a strict set of employment-related criteria can receive weekly payments over a period of 12 to 26 weeks, but efforts are underway at both the state and federal level to expand eligibility, increase payments, and extend the duration coverage.

As a result, all Virginians who have experienced job or income loss as a result of the Coronavirus crisis are encouraged to file an application for unemployment insurance using the VEC’s online portal, selecting “Lack of Work” as their reason for separation. Please note, recipients will be required to access the portal each week to claim their unemployment insurance payment.

Detailed instructions for individuals applying for unemployment insurance benefits can be found here. An FAQ on unemployment benefits can be found here.


Sign up for Virginia Unemployment Insurance Benefits online at
Sign up for Virginia Unemployment Insurance Benefits by phone at 1-800-897-5630 
Access the VEC website for the most current information.


Northern Virginia Family Services: Emergency Assistance Resource Guides

Food Donation Locations

If you find yourself in need of food at this time, this guide may help you find a location close to your home that is providing free meals at this time.


The Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (VDDHH) has created a web page with resources for the deaf and hard of hearing populations. Visit VDDHH


The City of Manassas provides real estate tax, personal property tax, and vehicle registration
fee relief to citizens who are either 65 or older, or permanently and totally disabled,
and meet the income and asset requirements.

Tenant’s Rights

The Virginia Poverty Law Center has issued information about tenant rights during this pandemic outbreak.


On March 23, 2020 Prince William County shared the attached resources for those who are unsheltered and/or homeless.
ACTS:  703-441-8606
NVFS SERVE:  571-748-2680
Homeless Prevention & Diversion, Emergency Shelter, Rapid Re-Housing and Permanent Supportive Housing, contact the CES at 703-792-3366.

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