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COVID - 19 RESOURCES

COVID -19 Food Resources
Temporary Shelter During COVID-19
Hypothermia Shelters
Crisis Assistance

COVID -19 Food Resources

FOOD FOR STUDENTS DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR

Breakfast and lunch will be available to pick up at the same time. Meals will be served at some school sites and on bus routes throughout the county.  

The FCPS sites, locations, bus routes, and curbside service are available Monday-Friday only. 

New for this fall: meals for Saturdays and Sundays will be distributed at all sites and on bus routes every Friday.

The meals will be provided at no cost for students through June 30, 2021. FCPS students are welcome to come to any of the sites or bus route stops to pick up a meal during these time periods.

Bus route stops and times have all changed as of Monday, November 9.  Additional adjustments have been made for November 16.  Please click on links below and review the listings carefully.

If there are bus delays while distributing grab and go meals, the information will be posted here: https://busdelay.fcps.edu/. FCPS will send a message to the affected school communities if a bus route is delayed.


More information on sites and times can be found at https://www.fcps.edu/return-school/food.


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Temporary Shelter During COVID-19

Temporary Shelter During COVID-19: In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency and the need to isolate and quarantine individuals to prevent the spread of the virus, Fairfax County has activated Emergency Support Function 6: Mass Care Health and Human Services. As a result, the county will provide Quarantine, Protection,Isolation/Decompression (QPID) emergency housing for those who have met the eligibility criteria and are unable to safely practice infection control. TheFairfax County Isolation/Quarantine Hotels are temporary sheltering sites only and do not provide health care services.  This sheltering is not an alternate care site and hotel placements are available only to individuals who can do their own self-care and are independent in their care; or in the case of people experiencing homelessness, utilizing the care options available to them routinely.  Health care providers will not be on-site to provide to healthcare needs. If you have additional questions about whether you meet the criteria for these temporary shelters, please call the Fairfax County Health Department Call Center at 703-267-3511.

 

 

Quarantine, Protection, Isolationand Decompression PSA
https://youtu.be/qnnq3fQ2otw


Hypothermia Shelters

The Hypothermia Prevention Program shelters will open at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, December 1, 2020, and will remain available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week through the morning of April 1, 2021. Individual sites will have capacity limitations due to social distancing, but staff will work to ensure that everyone has access to accommodations at one of the county’s shelter locations.

Click Here for Shelter Locations & Access Information
 


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Crisis Assistance

Crisis Assistance Program

The Crisis Assistance program helps households in emergency situations by providing primary heat security deposits and funding the repair or replacement of heating equipment Starting January 1, it can also be used to pay for bills for utilities that are in danger of being disconnected. Applications are being accepted November 1 through March 15.

Click here for more information online or call the Department of Family Services’ Energy Assistance phone line at 703-787-3100, TTY 711 or fax 703-643-1355.

 

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