Connect Northern Virginia is designed to help you connect to community resources whether you want to get involved, to build a stronger community, or you are in need of services.
LET THE SEARCH BEGIN HERE.
To find services in the areas of care, education, food, goods, health, housing, legal, money, transit or work, search by zip code. Just enter your zip code (just as a way to get started); Then select the resource area of interest to you & select a category under the area of interest. There are many sub-categories to help your search.
If you want to review YOUR OWN ORGANIZATION’S PROFILE, you can search by the NAME OF YOUR OWN ORGANIZATION. Just Click here: http://about.auntbertha.com/claims
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What is Aunt Bertha? Aunt Bertha is a national program, providing information on services to those who want to get involved in their community and also making human services program information more accessible to those in need of services.
Who Should Use the Aunt Bertha System? When an individual has a need or an organization wants to support its community, Aunt Bertha helps to find the needed services quickly and connect with the best resources and information quickly.
What Other Resources are Available? The Aunt Bertha database provides information on many local and national programs serving Northern Virginia. There are also resources created to serve the region locally, many of which are also in the Aunt Bertha database or may be accessed through the links below.
Fairfax County Human Services Resource Guide (HSRG):
Find services available to Fairfax County residents with service descriptions, eligibility requirements, locations and contact information for thousands of nonprofit and government providers.
Find information on programs available for Loudoun County residents. The Information and Referral Helpline provides health and human services. The Volunteer Center matches citizens and businesses with charities and groups looking for volunteer support. Youth volunteer training is provided through the Claude Moore Community Builders program The South Street Nonprofit Center provides business space and the Executive Consulting program provides affordable professional consulting, both for area nonprofits.
Live Healthy Fairfax dashboard:
Explore existing population data through this is a web-based data resource for the Fairfax community, which includes Fairfax County, Virginia, and the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church. This Community Health Dashboard provides online access to data on a broad range of topics, links to existing local data resources, and highlights promising practices to promote community health and well-being.
Live Healthy Loudoun dashboard:
Explore existing population data through this web-based data resource for the Loudoun County community. This Community Health Dashboard provides online access to data on a broad range of topics, links to existing local data resources, and highlights promising practices to promote community health and well-being.
2-1-1 Virginia EMERGENCY Services – For individuals in need of EMERGENCY services, we recommend that they contact 2-1-1 Virginia.