Updates to Events due to Coronavirus

  • VA Health Care Providers - See Flyer for updates regarding COVID-19 - 
     

  • United Way of South Hampton Roads’ purpose is to be there for our neighbors who need us most, so we’ve decided to step up and lead the coronavirus response effort. We believe that with our existing relationships with cities and schools, health and human service agencies, and corporate partners, we are uniquely suited to respond to this community need.

    We have created a coronavirus response hotline 757-858-7777 and additional resources can be found at our website: https://unitedwayshr.org/coronavirus/

     

  • VIRGINIA DMV CLOSES CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTERS AND EXTENDS CREDENTIALS - Effective March 18, all Virginia DMV customer service centers are closed until April 2. Driver and vehicle credentials have been extended 60 days. Learn more about DMV’s response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) at www.dmvNOW.com/COVID19
     

  • Guide for Displaced Workers - See Flyer for details
     

  • The YMCA of South Hampton Roads will be providing emergency child care services for essential personnel such as
    first responders, health care workers, police, firefighters, and military during the COVID-19 pandemic. - See Flyer for Details
     

  • Virginia Medicaid is Taking Action to Fight COVID-19 - See Flyer for Details
     

  • Frequently Asked Questions for Workers during COVID-19 - See flyer for Details

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