MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA
Phone: (540) 371-2704
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency please call 9-1-1, go to the nearest hospital emergency room, call Rappahannock Area Community Services Board emergency services at (540) 373-6876, or call the Suicide Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255).
Download the Resource Guide for Rappahannock Area Mental Health Supportive Services - A resourceful guide to local mental health support services, service providers and emergency hotlines.
Homelessness Helpline: 540-358-5801
Please contact the Homelessness Helpline if you are in any of the following situations:
Sleeping outside (including in a car, tent, or abandoned building)
In need of emergency shelter
At risk of sleeping outside or needing emergency shelter within 14 days
The Homelessness Helpline connects callers to services provided by our community partners:
For questions on the helpline, please contact email@example.com.
RENTAL AND UTILITY ASSISTANCE
If you are in need of community resources for rental and/or utility assistance, please consult the following resource guides:
Legal Aid Works provides Landlord-Tenant Law Guides and educates renters about their rights. The guides, also available in Spanish, also provide information on evictions and foreclosures.
Rappahannock United Way provides free financial education, coaching and assistance to working individuals and households. Rent and mortgage assistance is available to eligible households who have been financially impacted by the pandemic or other life events.
The Virginia Rent Relief Program provides assistance for both tenants and landlords with rent payments. This resource can assist with current rent payments, as well as unpaid previous payments.
OTHER COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic
Imani Multi Cultural Center
Marshall Williams People inc.
Intergrity Payee Services
Fredericksburg Department of Social Services
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