The NOVA HSS Roomate i-Match Service will help you to:
Find a roomate who will rent a new place with you
Find a roomate who will rent an available space in your home
Find a roomate who is interested in providing you some assistance in exchange for reduced rent
Roomate i-Match features a brief on-line survey for individuals seeking roomates. ServiceSource and The Arc of Northern VA, the program administrators, review each survey and make potential matches based on location and gender preferences, tobacco use, pet status, accessibility and transportation needs, rent and affordability requirements, move readiness and other considerations. The program administrator informs individuals and/or their points of contacts(POCs) of potential matches via email and confirms they would like to exchange survey profiles. If both individuals and/or their POCs agree, they will receive each other's profile, along with tips on interviewing roomates and creating roomate agreements. You take it from there: meet up and see if you can make a roomate match!
whose mission states "PRS exists so that individuals living with mental illness, substance use disorders, mild intellectual disabilities, autisim spectrum disorders, and anyone who faces life crises can achieve safety, personal wellness, recovery and community integration."
The Birth Injury Justice Center at childbirthinjuries.com was founded in 2003 by a team of legal professionals with firsthand experience in taking action against the horrible consequences of medical negligence. We are devoted to educating families who have a child diagnosed with a birth injury or may be showing signs of a birth injury.
Many birth injuries may have been prevented with proper care before, during and after birth and delivery. If your child experienced a physical injury, you have the right to know what happened to your child and your legal options regarding birth injury lawsuits.
We aim to empower families affected by birth injuries to start the legal process. Pursuing a lawsuit may result in compensation which may help you and your family with the ongoing costs of care.
Chestnut Hill, MA
ServiceSource, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission " to deliver exceptional services to individuals with disabilities through innovative and valued employment, training, habilitation, housing, and support services. Their Community Support Services program offers direct training, support, and supervision services. If you have any questions about this program, please do not hesitate to contact Sagan Brummett.
SSAG, has a nationwide reach to assist anyone in need of Social Security Disability questions or issues. All of our Disability Advocates have extensive experience in pursuing Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims. For people who are sincerely disabled and are in need of a monthly income and health insurance, our advocates are here for you. Wherever you live, SSAG assures you a service and assistance like no other. For FREE consultation.
Whose mission is "to provide dynamic, enduring learning opportunites for adults with life-long disabilities in a natural community setting." For more information about SPARC services, visit their website or contact Debi Alexander, SPARC Executive Director.
Spectrum Transition Services helps families with a youth diagnosed with developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism or a mental health diagnosis navigate the transition to adulthood journey. Our services focus on providing individualized supports, resources, education, IEP reviews and advocacy, career and long term planning.
Falls Church, VA
The Virginia Association of Community Rehabilitation Programs (vaACCSES), is an active statewide association of organizations providing quality employment, residential, day support, training, and support services for persons with disabilities.