Below is a list of LHSN member organizations and any services and/or resources they are providing in the wake of Covid-19. This includes any updates to their service hours and changes in the manner in which they can receive clients. For more information, please click on the organization name to be directed to their website or reach out to the contact information as provided.

Organization Resources/ UpdatesContact Information
All Ages Read TogetherCurrently suspended programming and are creating educational packets to be completed at home.

Organization has an Amazon wish list of items of materials students can utilize at home.
Michelle Sullivan
(540) 277-3135
A Place To Be Providing virtual music therapy sessions and parent support sessions to current clients and connecting virtually with small groups.

Utilizing social media platforms to offer music therapy, stress relief, and creativity sessions for all to join

No on-site services running at this time and are working only on digital content and virtual sessions.
American Red Cross National Capital RegionBlood drives are being cancelled when hosted outside of Red Cross blood donation centers.

Donations can be made by visiting, calling 1-800-733-2767 or texting the word CORONAVIRUS to 90999.

Erwin Stierle
Brain Injury Services All programmatic services are operating via phone or video conferencing.

Conducting risk assessments in addition to our traditional assessments. Some group sessions are being offered via Zoom. The virtual groups are based on group participants’ availability.
For case management services or inquiry about other programmatic services contact James Redmon, 703 737-3150;

Business Operational and Administrative questions contact Denise Hyater, Executive Director; 703 451-8881 Ext. 222;
Blue Ridge Speech and Hearing CenterClosing for business. Effective 3/20/2020
Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties The Community Foundation established the Community Emergency Relief Fund to collect and distribute funding to provide relief to those affected by COVID-19 in Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. To learn more, click here.
All in-person meetings and trainings hosted by the Community Foundation are suspended, as well as use of the Claude Moore Nonprofit Training Center. The Community Foundation team is working remotely to ensure continuity of grantmaking and donor services.
Amy Owen
703-779-3505, x1
Dulles South Food PantryWill remain open for weekly food distribution and will be providing supplemental food to families who qualify for free or reduced lunch.  

Spacing out guest appointments to limit the number of people (guests and volunteers) in the Pantry at one time. Expect to move to a curbside model next week. Hours for distribution will likely be extended to accommodate for increased numbers.

Meg Phillips
703-507-2795 x2
ECHOECHO is continuing to serve adults with disabilities. We are flexing staff size to adjust to participant attendance.Paul Donohue
Friends of Loudoun Mental HealthThe suicide loss support group will be held via conference call on March 18 and April 15th. If individuals need more information about the support group or are struggling and just need to talk, they can call 703-443-1380 and someone will return their phone call.

Individuals applying for financial assistance programs for a housing subsidy or a utility bill, will need to reach out to their therapist to get them to send an application. Processing will be done as normal.

Katrina Cole
Good Shepherd AllianceIf referred to Good Shepherd from a human service provider, able to provide hygiene products such as wipes and diapers to Loudoun residents.
Case managers are completing sessions over the phone. Executive staff and case managers have been asked to work remotely until April 1.
Nick Thayer
Healthworks for Northern VirginiaHealthWorks for Northern Virginia is currently providing:
– Primary medical care for patients who are ill; patients must call for appointment. No walk-in appointments are available.
– Dental care is limited to emergencies
– For HW patients who are ill and may have symptoms of Covid-19 will screen and, as test kits and equipment are available, will test for Covid-19. Patients must call and not walk in.
– For persons who are not HW patients who may have symptoms of Covid-19, and are low income, uninsured and DO NOT ALREADY have a primary medical provider (doctor) may be able to enroll, test for Covid-19, and provide primary medical care as needed. Individuals must call. No walk ins.
Help For Others, Inc.Grocery deliveries for families in need particularly our seniors in the Sterling area.

Hours will vary depending on volunteer availability.
INMED Partnerships for ChildrenINMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center in Sterling is collecting and distributing nonperishable food and diapers.

Click here for other resources available at the center and the community.
For more information about INMED resources contact Rosa Tobar at

For information on how to donate items, contact  Jennifer Smith at
Legal Services of Northern Virginia Will not be accepting in person applications. Applicants can apply anytime online at or by phone at 703-778-6800, Monday – Thursday 9-12:30 and 1:30 – 3:30.703-778-6800c
Loudoun CaresCreation of the “Help with COVID-19 Nonprofit Needs” initiative where nonprofits in need of volunteers or supplies can post on the online Volunteer Center.

Due to funding constraints, Loudoun Cares is unable to increase helpline operations at this time. Calls will be returned M-W-F at this time.
Valerie Pisierra
Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)Providing all services by phone or through a confidential website.Judy Hanley,
Loudoun Habitat for Humanity Office and ReStore are closed. The organization is working on a contingency plan to reopen ReStore on April 1 with revised hours and processes for sales and donations.

The Home Ownership Open Application period scheduled for April 1 – 30 has been canceled.
All staff can be reached at 703-737-6772

Questions about home ownership and home repairs can be directed to or by calling 703-737-6772 x 105.
Loudoun Hunger ReliefEmergency preparedness bags of food available for organizations that would like to have them available to low-income clients. They have basic food elements for cooking such as rice, cereal, soup, canned tuna/chicken, beans, pasta, tomato sauce, etc. Please send an email to if you’d like to pick some of these up.

All services are being done outside and people are asked too stay in their vehicles. Providing drive-up, pre-packed food based on family size.
Updating service hours every two days and pinning that post to the top of Facebook and updating the website.
Loudoun Literacy CouncilDistribution of children’s books along with meal packs via LCPS and our community partners.

Supporting clients as needed in information dissemination, understanding, and interpretation.

The office is closed and remote operations are in effect. All events are on-hold. Most if not all our classes are on hold. Some individual tutoring is in effect for those clients working towards a deadline e.g. citizenship or GED test.
Nikki Daruwala,, 703-777-2205
Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers LVC has expanded home delivery of food from food pantries and shopping for non-seniors and non-disabled adults and families.

LVC office is staffed with minimal on-site staff; reduced medical transportation services; home repairs and maintenance in emergency situations only
Susan Mandel Giblin
Loudoun Youth, Inc. The Step Up Loudoun Youth Competition is now virtual and we are brainstorming how to do that with the final Battle of the Bands.Steve Wolfson,
Mobile HopeMobile Hope will continue to focus on collecting food and hygiene products and distributing them into neighborhoods starting Monday, March 16. The Mobile Hope bus will pull into the neighborhoods, and honk its horn, signaling to students that breakfast and lunch items are available, The project name is Listen For the Honk.

For the current bus schedule go to

The need for food donations remains great If you would like to donate food, you may bring it to our facility at 741 Miller Drive in Leesburg. If you would like to donate financially, you may donate through Facebook or the Mobile Hope website.

Northern Virginia Family ServiceNVFS is in the process of setting up an Emergency Assistance fund to assist with financial needs. Information on how to access help will be posted on the NVFS website.
The Hunger Resource Center on the SERVE campus in Manassas will operate as normal. SERVE shelter in Manassas is operating as normal, folks in need of shelter should continue to go through Prince William Coordinated Entry Services for intake.
The Immigration legal department will continue to work on current cases as long as court is open; paused on scheduling new consultations.
All NVFS Head Start and Early Head Start Centers – including at the YMCA in Sterling, are closed in alignment with the school systems.
All other program staff are teleworking. Currently suspended home visits but clients can access case managers via phone and email.

Andrea Eck
703 599 2842
Pathway Homes, Inc.Organization making grocery store and pharmacy runs for elderly and medically compromised individuals to enable them to remain at home and minimize exposure.

Providing telephonic supports and counseling throughout the day to help manage stressors, assess risk factors, provide ongoing education on COVID-19 and current recommendations, etc.
Sherry Myers
 (703) 876-0390 
Project HorseProject Horse is offering equine-assisted telehealth sessions to existing and new clients, individual and group, including our REACH crisis intervention services for youth.

All services are now delivered via telehealth. All sessions are by appointment only.
Darcy Woessner
Salvation Army Loudoun Corps Continuing to schedule appointments for rent, clothing and utility assistance, but are reducing the one-on-one interactions with clients. As of April 2nd, all appointments for rent for the month of April have been taken. People calling for rent assistance this month will be placed on a waiting list, and we’ll receive a call back as soon there are additional funds or donations. Adding their names on the waiting list doesn’t guarantee assistance.

Corps hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Thrift Store Closed as of April 2nd.

Donation Center hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 2pm

Closed Monday for donation processing
Pradeep Ramaji
Serving Together (EveryMind)Staff is working remotely. Veteran Peer Navigator, 1-855-738-7176
This Is My Brave This Is My Brave is sharing how storytelling saves lives on our social media channels and are also partnering with Depressed Cake Shop on a #BakeYourMindOffIt initiative to provide our audience with inspiration and an outlet during these times.

We are working on several new teen initiatives like a new podcast as well as a new documentary, Brave High, all focused on teen mental health. 
Claudia Matteo
Women Giving Back Bag-to-Go: Emergency clothing requests from referral partners. Emergency Ex. Newborn, new shelter, DV or Human Trafficking client, Re-Entry programs. Bags are picked up by case worker at outdoor no-contact bin. Workers can request food and other essentials in be included in the order.

No-Contact Drive-thru Food Pantry: Every Saturday from 9 – 11 am. 3-4 days of groceries with limited supply of diaper, wipes, formula, baby food, toiletries, feminine products

Staff is working remotely on Mon., Wed., and Fri. Tues & Thurs they are onsite for packing and Saturday is distribution day.
Nicole Morris.