This program offers cash grants of up to $6000 per year to low-income renters who are 65 or older or permanently and totally disabled and who have no other assistance to help pay their rent. Applications are renewed annually and are due by May 1. Applications received after this date may be placed on a waiting list depending on available funding.
Founded in 1969, ALIVE! is the largest private safety net for the needy in the city of Alexandria, addressing short-term to long-term needs for those less fortunate in the community. Learn more …
provides donated canned and packaged food delivered by volunteers to almost 1,000 needy families who are refered by local social service agencies and member congregations.
The federally funded and locally administered Arlington County Housing Choice (ACHCV) Program helps low-income families, the elderly and people with disabilities obtain safe, decent, and affordable housing in the private market.
The Housing Division provides information about the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords to assist with resolution of tenant-landlord disputes. These documents outline the laws governing rental housing and provide information about different aspects of the rental process.
Arlington Thrive delivers same-day emergency funds to our neighbors in crisis, so they can be secure in their jobs, health, and homes and thrive in a caring community.
Arlington Thrive is the only organization in Arlington County, Virginia that provides same-day, emergency financial assistance to County residents who experience sudden financial crisis such as temporary unemployment or illness.
The Office of Human Rights handles complaints of discrimination in the workplace, housing, and places of public accommodation if you live, work, or do business in Arlington.
The Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority offers creative and flexible services to open doors for individuals who might not otherwise be eligible for borrowing. Our mission is to provide alternative funding resources for Virginians with disabilities to acquire assistive technology that can enhance their independence and improve their quality of life.
Attorney General Herring’s Consumer Protection Section enforces state and federal laws designed to protect consumers from fraud, deception, and misrepresentation. The Section serves as the central clearinghouse in Virginia for consumer complaints. Complaints are assigned for handling within the Section or referred to the appropriate local, state, or federal agency having jurisdiction. When there is a pattern or practice of deceptive conduct in violation of one of our statutes, the Attorney General is authorized to take action to stop the unlawful conduct and, where appropriate, seek refunds for consumers.