CFV Family Coalition
Megan St. Lawrence
Empowering Virginia Families
The family is the most essential and most empowering organization in our shared human existence. The CFV Family Coalition is dedicated to the promotion of healthy families. All too often families suffer without access to the necessary resources they need to stay healthy in times of crisis. Below are a list of organizations which provide helpful resources for those who need it.
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7669 Limestone Drive, #105
Gainesville, VA 20155
We are very enthusiastic about what we do and our mission remains simple “Everyone should have access to amazing clothes at affordable prices while we all help the environment”.
Every Tuesday children under 10 can recieve three complete outfits for free. Children must be residents of PWC and must be present.
Infinite Acts of Kindness (IAK) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that enhances the personal and professional development of low income single mothers.
Our mission is to provide underserved single mothers with life necessities, professional skills development and academic scholarships.
The mission of TRADE-WINS is to ignite a passion for arts and crafts in at risk youth and adults by giving them the opportunity to explore their artistic abilities in an environment that encourages self-discovery and the potential for developing marketable skills.
At the Carlton Neurofeedback Center, we provide drug-free, non-invasive, long-term solutions for many brain-based conditions. Using the latest technology in brain mapping and neurofeedback training for adults and children, we can eliminate the symptoms associated with ADD/ADHD, anxiety, autism (ASD), bipolar disorder, concussions and brain injuries, depression, insomnia, migraines, PTSD and trauma, and seizures and Epilepsy.
Homestretch’s mission is to empower low-income homeless families in Northern Virginia to return to stable housing and self-sufficiency by giving them the skills, knowledge and hope they need to bcome productive participants in their communities. Homestretch accomplishes this mission by providing families with subsidized housing and support services for up to two years.
You may be eligible to receive free monthly wireless service if you receive food stamps (SNAP) and Medicaid benefits or qualify based on income.
Today T-Mobile is officially launching Project 10Million, an unprecedented $10.7B initiative aimed at delivering internet connectivity to millions of underserved student households at no cost to them. Partnering with school districts across the country, the program offers free wireless hotspots, free high-speed data and access to laptops and tablets, at-cost.
Prince William County Family Resources
Both free and low cost clothes, school supplies, household goods, diapers, and furniture is available in Prince William County. Residents of the region can shop at a thrift store or receive a voucher to use a local clothing closet or a free furniture bank. The goal of both types of centers is to provide the goods that a family needs to care for their children.
Prince William County Homeless Services Division
Prince William County’s Homeless Services Division is the lead agency for the Prince William Area (PWA) (includes Manassas City and Manassas Park) Continuum of Care (CoC). The CoC promotes community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness. It is comprised of local governments, non-profit providers, faith based organizations, outreach organizations, and citizens at large.
Fairfax County Family Resources
Fairfax County Virginia free clothing closets, school supplies and clothes.Clothing closets in Fairfax County Virginia provide the low income and needy with a number of resources. Clients can often receive free clothes, baby items, back to school supplies, diapers, cribs, furniture for their home and more. Some of the goods will be provided for free and others are sold for low prices.
Fairfax County – Office to Prevent and End Homelessness
The Office to Prevent and End Homelessness, part of Fairfax County’s Department of Housing and Community Development, manages and coordinates services to help people experiencing homelessness regain housing stability, including street outreach, emergency shelters, hypothermia prevention, and supportive housing. The agency also serves as the lead for the Continuum of Care and collaborates with other county agencies, non-profits, faith and business communities, and those with lived experience of homelessness to achieve the vision that every person in the community can access and maintain safe and affordable housing.
Many people mix up grants, scholarships, and student loans. Even worse, some group them all together as if they are the same thing.
A grant is a financial award that you can use to pay for tuition and other expenses related to your advanced education. Grants are typically based on a person’s financial need, but merit can be included in the decision process.