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The Fauquier Free Clinic offers healthcare services to uninsured low income and impoverished individuals. Many of the services they provide are more primary care based, which means they cover issues such as earaches, helping with managing high blood pressure, assist folks who have the flu or need to check on their diabetes. The free clinic also offers limited mental health services, as well as basic dental care. You can find more information on the organization here: http://www.fauquierfreeclinic.org/wp/

In addition to the Fauquier Free Clinic, there is a state association of free clinics. So, if you happen to have members of your church that are in Culpeper, or other areas, they can look to see if a free clinic is nearby by using this link: http://www.vafreeclinics.org/find-clinic/

Further, the Virginia Department of Health offers services as well for low income individuals: http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/LHD/RappahannockRapidan/Preventive.htm


Individuals that are having a difficult time putting food on the table can look into visiting a local food bank. Many charitable and non-profit organizations offer them. One organization, Feeding America provides a searchable tool of food banks in their network around the country. You can find the link to search the network here: http://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbank/

For a more local option, there is also the Fauquier Community Food Bank: http://fauquierfoodbank.org


Virginia offers several programs depending on the housing situation someone finds him or herself in here in the Commonwealth. The Virginia Development Authority (VDHA) offers a variety of services. First, the VDHA offers the low income housing tax credit program: http://www.vhda.com/BusinessPartners/MFDevelopers/LIHTCProgram/Pages/LIHTCProgram.aspx#.WC3exneZP-Y

In addition, VDHA provides assistance to those who might be facing foreclosure: http://www.vhda.com/Homeowners/BorrowerFinPackage/Pages/BorrowersFinPackage.aspx#.WC3ezHeZP-Y

Virginia also has the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (VHCD). VHCD offers programs for individuals who are homeless: http://www.dhcd.virginia.gov/index.php/housing-programs-and-assistance/homeless-prevention-and-assistance-services/homeless-prevention-and-assistance-programs/virginia-homeless-solutions-program.html

The Virginia Department of Social Services also offers information on a wide range of issues with the 211 Virginia program. More information can be found on this website: http://www.211virginia.org/consite/

The last organization that I believe would be helpful that is more local, is Fauquier Family Shelter Services. More information about their offerings can be found here: http://www.fauquierfamilyshelter.org


Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF)

AFPF is an limited government based organization that is funded by Koch Industries. As I mentioned yesterday, AFPF offers trainings around the Commonwealth of Virginia to individuals and groups free of charge to help individuals in situations that are in need of assistance. These trainings provide information on how to help stretch resources when grocery shopping, doing back to school shopping, saving money on electric bills, healthy habits and more. The website has several different facets that I believe are helpful depending on one’s situation. I have taken the liberty of dividing them up for you with a brief explanation:

In addition to these sections, you can also learn more about their offerings and try to arrange a training by using this portion of the website: https://americansforprosperityfoundation.org/about/