*DRAFT*The ARPA Community Grant Program

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  1. Information Session Dates, Graphics, Registration Links

  2. Eligibility Requirements and Project Eligibility and Means Testing Eligibility

  3. FAQs

  4. Link to Alliance Grants 101 Video

  5. Grantwriting Tips

  6. Link to Program Planning Video

  7. Link to PWC 9/14/21 Treasurer Presentation

  8. Link to PWC County ARPA Website

  9. Link to Federal ARPA Website

  10. RFP Link

  11. Request for Funding Link (Foundant)

  12. Foundant Tutorial (if not able to link on Foundant page)

  13. Funded Grant Partners, Funded Amounts, How To Access Grant Partners

  14. Success Stories, Pictures

  15. Outcome Reports

  16. Upcoming Round 2 RFP Opportunities

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Faith-based human services providers from all backgrounds are integral to assisting and empowering Greater Prince William area residents.
Below are resources to help you coordinate resources, stay informed of emerging issues and best serve your staff, program participants, neighbors, congregation and community.  Don't see what you need? Let us know!

Stay Informed
Financial Planning


Resources for Families and Individuals 

Working from Home

COVID-19 Resources




Volunteer Resources


HR Resources


Plans, Policies + Procedures



Wellness Resources in Various Languages



Thank you to all our colleagues across the country for sharing their resources.  We'll update this blog post daily as we get helpful information! If you have a resource to add to this list, please send it to cconaway@alliancegpw.org.





  • Center for Assistance to Families. https://mycaf.org. 6231 Leesburg Pike, Suite 410, Falls Church, VA 22044












  • St. Vincent DePaul. All Saints Catholic Church. 9300 Stonewall Rd., Manassas, VA 20110. Phone: (703) 368-2429


  • Lion's Club. (703) 392-0077


  • The Manassas Bible Church. 8624 Phoenix Drive, Manassas Park, VA 20111. www.manassasparkbible.org. Pastor: Michael Rogers and Michelle Rogers. Emails: mpbchurchpastor@gmail.com and mpbchurchfirstlady@gmail.com. Contact Phone: (571) 263-3251. Christmas Gifts- PWC ADC (Good News) Branch of Love. Emergency Assistance: Food Pantry, Bill Payment Assistance (Gas, Rent, Electric), and Assistance with emergency shelter (references).


  • WIC & Women's Clinic. Phone: (703) 792-7319


  • Vital Records. 8470 Kao Circle. Manassas Park, VA 20110. Phone: (703) 792-7327. Fax: (703) 257-5138.



  • HireGround. Professional skills training, job placement and employment support. To learn more, call 1-866-212-0743 or visit www.hiregroundworks.com.


  • Edu-Futuro – Provides employment support and navigation services, application counseling and referrals for rent, mortgage and public benefits assistance. To learn more, visit www.edu-futuro.org, email info@edu-futuro.org or use Whatsapp at 571-309-5455.

  • St. Thomas United Methodist Church. Provides financial assistance to Prince William County residents; a clothing closet with in-demand work clothes and diapers in support of employment and childcare access; and food distribution. Food pantry hours are from 9 - 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays, and Wednesdays from 5 - 7 p.m. starting May 25. The Clothing Closet is open the 3rd and 4th Saturday of every month during Food Pantry distribution. For financial assistance, call 703-368-5161 during business hours to make an appointment.













  • New Creatures-In-Christ Ministries, Inc. – Provides utility assistance; emergency shelter at extended stay hotels; navigation services, application counseling and referrals for rent, mortgage and public benefits assistance; and food distribution. Schedule an appointment to determine eligibility at 571-408-9526 or 202-981-1470 or visit www.helpingothersthrivepwc.net or visit the office for in-person services at 4213 Dale Blvd., Dale City VA 22193.

  • St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Triangle – Provides utility assistance with water, heat, gas and electricity. To learn more, call 703-221-6344 or visit www.stfrncis.org/st-francis-house.

  • Woodbridge Workers Committee – Provides utility assistance to families and individuals impacted by COVID-19. To learn more, call or text Nancy at 703-969-0197 or email lyallna@comcast.net.

  • St. Thomas United Methodist Church – Provides financial assistance to Prince William County residents; a clothing closet with in-demand work clothes and diapers in support of employment and childcare access; and food distribution. Food pantry hours are from 9 - 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays, and Wednesdays from 5 - 7 p.m. starting May 25. The Clothing Closet is open the 3rd and 4th Saturday of every month during Food Pantry distribution. For financial assistance, call 703-368-5161 during business hours to make an appointment.










  • Developmental delays up to age 3. Manassas. Phone: (703) 792-7752. HEALTHY FAMILY/ EARLY HEAD START. Positive growth and development from birth to age 5. Phone: (571) 748-2780.


  • Child Find. Child with delays ages 2-5.


  • Manassas Park City Schools. (703) 335-8861


  • Manassas City Schools. (703) 257-8687


  • Prince William County Schools. (703) 791-8857


  • Head Start Program. Preschool for low income. 3-4 year olds. Phone: (703) 791-8708


  • Prince William. 13370 Minnieville Rd., Woodbridge, VA 22192. Phone: (703) 897-0407. Fax: (703) 897-0440. Marjorie Clift-Bowman, Manager. Service Areas: Loudoun County, Manassas City, Prince William County , Manassas Park.


  • Social Security Administration. 9504 Center St., Manassas, VA 20110. Phone: (800) 772-1213. Fax: (703) 368-4050


COMMUNITY SERVICE (Formally known as CSB)


  • Manassas. Phone: (703) 792-7800. Se habla espanol.


  • Woodbridge. (703) 792-4900. (703) 792-5099




  • Manassas Clinic. 9301 Lee Avenue, Manassas, VA 20110.. Phone: (703) 792-6300. Fax: (703) 792-6338


  • Health Department. 4001 Prince William Parkway, Suite 101, Woodbridge, VA 22193. Phone: (703) 792-7300


  • Prince William Free Clinic.13900 Churchill Dr., Woodbridge, VA 22191. Phone: (703) 499-9034. Dental: (703) 792-7321


  • UVA HOSPITAL. Phone: (800) 251-3627




  1. Manassas. 99 Tremont St, Manassas Park, VA 20111. Phone: (703) 993-5880. Website: mapclinic.gmu.edu . Every Tuesday 8AM to 12PM


  1. Springfield. 77224 Commerce St., Springfield, VA 22150. Phone: (703) 993-5880. Website: mapclinic.gmu.edu. Every Wednesday 9am-12pm


  1. Culmore. 3304 B Culmore Ct., Falls Church, VA 22041. Phone: (703) 993-5880. Website: mapclinic.gmu.edu. Every Thursday 9am-12pm






  1. Phone: (800) 468-8894

8551 Rixlew Lane 4th Floor

Manassas VA, 20109




Prince William County


  1. Manassas Office

7987 Ashton Ave

Suite 200

Manassas VA, 20109

Phone: (703) 792-7500


  1. Woodbridge Office

15941 Donald Curtis Dr.

Suite 180

Woodbridge, VA 22191

Phone: (703) 792-7500


  1. Manassas City

9324 West Street

Manassas, VA 20110

Phone: (703) 361-8277


  1. Manassas Park

1 Park Center Court

Manassas Park, VA 20111

(703) 335-8880



Phone: (800) 552-7096



Phone: (888) 832-3858




  1. Area Agency On Aging

Phone: (703) 791-6400


  1. Office for Aging Services

Office for Aging Services, DARS Division for Community Living (virginia.gov)


  1. Long Term Care Ombudsman

LTCOP: Find Your Ombudsman (elderrightsva.org)


  1. Chronic Disease Self-Management

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (virginia.gov)


  1. VICAP Medicare 

VICAP - Medicare / Prescriptions (virginia.gov)


  1. F.R.E.E. Mobility/Rehab Equipment

Home | FREE Foundation of Virginia | Mobility Rehabilitation Equipment (free-foundation.org)


  1. ENDependence Center of Norther VA



  1. Virginia 

AT Equipment Reuse - Virginia Assistive Technology System (vats.org)




  1. Virginia Poverty Law Center (VPLC)


Eviction Helpline: 833-NOEVICT (833-663-8428)

Visit VPLC’s Housing Advocacy Site


  1. Free Legal Answers

Virginia (freelegalanswers.org)


  1. VALegalAid

VaLegalAid.org - A guide to free and low cost civil legal information and services in Virginia


  1. Legal Services of Northern VA

Home - Legal Services of Northern Virginia (lsnv.org)


  1. For Citizens (vacourts.gov)


  1. Home - Legal Aid Justice Center (justice4all.org)


  1. Find trusted lawyers in Virginia | Virginia Lawyer Referral Service (community.lawyer)




  1. Federal Trade Commission (FTC)




  1. Privately Owned Affordable and Workforce Dwelling Units (ADUs and WDUs) | Housing and Community Development (fairfaxcounty.gov)

  2. VirginiaHousingSearch.com | Search Results (socialserve.com)

  3. ADU Rental Information | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website

  4. Affordable Units – Official Website of Arlington County Virginia Government (arlingtonva.us)


  1. Prince William

Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program (pwcva.gov)

David Watkins, Community Planning & Development Specialist

15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Suite 112

Woodbridge, VA 22191

(703) 492-2303 TTP: (703) 492-0499


  1. Prince William County

Home Repair and Renovation (pwcva.gov)

  1. Project Mend-A House

Welcome | Project Mend-A-House (pmahweb.org)


  1. Northern VA Weatherization Region

Community Housing Partners (CHP)


  1. Habitat for Humanity – Prince William

Home | Habitat for Humanity Prince William County Prince William County (habitatpwc.org)




  1. Vehicles For Change - Northern Virginia Family Service (nvfs.org)


  1. www.reacharide.org


  1. Compassion Restoration Ministry






  1. Veterans Assistance (pwcva.gov)

  2. Mental Health Services





  1. To request Veterans in getting a DD214, user National Archives: https://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records




  1. Prince William

First Time Homebuyers Program (FTHB) (pwcva.gov)


  1. Fairfax County

Affordable Homeownership | Housing and Community Development (fairfaxcounty.gov)


  1. Loudoun County

Information for Homebuyers & Homeowners | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website


  1. Arlington County

Homeownership – Official Website of Arlington County Virginia Government (arlingtonva.us)




  1. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Federal Housing Administration Extends Single Family Eviction Moratorium | HUD.gov / U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)


COVID-19: Resources for Homeowners | HUD.gov / U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)


  1. Virginia Housing

Avoiding Foreclosure in Virginia - Virginia Housing (vhda.com)


  1. Federal Housing Finance Agency

FHFA Extends COVID-19 REO Eviction Moratorium Through September 30, 2021 | Federal Housing Finance Agency


  1. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Help for homeowners | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (consumerfinance.gov)


  1. Freddie Mac refi





  1. http://www.dpor.virginia.gov/FairHousing/


  1. www.equalrightscenter.org


  1. GetFile.cfm (virginia.gov)




  1. Debt collection | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (consumerfinance.gov)





Free of charge hotlines


  1. NAMI PWC Helpline- Referral & Resource Support  

P: 703-659-9983



  1. Trillium Center, Inc: 

Peer Support Warmline 




Text ‘CONNECT’ to 855-11 to contact PRS CrisisLink

Call PRS CrisisLink at 703-527-4077



  1. NAMI PWC Family Support Group – Se habla espanol 







Same Day Access Same Day Access (pwcva.gov)


703-792-5241; 703-792-7800 Youth


Thank you to all our colleagues across the area for sharing their resources.  Special thanks to Ivette Monney for helping to cultivate this list. We'll continue to update this list. If you have a resource to add to this list, please send it to cconaway@alliancegpw.org.

Northern Virginia Family Service


Andrea Eck has worked in the nonprofit human service field for 18 years and has been an employee of Northern Virginia Family Service since 2001. She has held a number of positions from direct service to management, providing services and administering programs for low-income individuals and families.

As the Client Services Manager for the Survivors’ Fund Project from 2004-2008, she provided direct supervision to a team of case managers working with victims and survivors of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon and the distribution of over 20 million dollars in direct assistance to aid in clients return to self-sufficiency. As the Director of Quality Improvement, Andrea was responsible for consistency in service delivery, strategic planning and evaluation across the agency. From March 2013 until June 2015 Andrea was the Director of Housing Services, overseeing agency Homeless and Housing Programs including the full continuum of financial assistance, shelter, rapid re-housing, transitional, permanent supportive, affordable rentals, homelessness prevention, and community based housing and subsidy programs across Northern Virginia.

During her time as the Director of Housing, Andrea helped to provide leadership as that division grew from one shelter, located on the SERVE campus in Manassas, to include two additional shelters: the Hilda Barg Homelessness Prevention Center in Prince William County and the Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter in Fairfax County. In her current role as the Senior Vice President of Programs, Andrea provides leadership across multiple services areas including Workforce Development, Housing and Homeless Services, and the Multicultural and Youth Initiatives Programs.

Andrea has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Marymount University in Arlington, Va., and a Masters in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management from George Mason in Fairfax, Va.


St. Thomas United Methodist Church


Rev. Abi Foerster is the Senior Pastor of St. Thomas United Methodist Church and is a graduate of the University of Virginia, Wesley Seminary, and most recently George Mason.  She brings a wealth of experience across a range of fields, including church planter, crisis counselor, early childhood educator, foster parent, coach, program developer, and co-founder of two non-profits, the Jeremiah Project and Phoenix Rising.  Abi has been married to her husband and fellow wahoo, Lacy, for nearly 18 years and they have an adopted teenage daughter, Sophia. 

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Steven Liga is the CEO of ACTS (Action in Community Through Service) in Prince William County, Virginia. Mr. Liga is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner (LSATP), as well as a certified prevention specialist (CPS) and clinical supervisor (CCS) with over twenty-five years of experience in the field of social services. This has made him a respected resource for print, radio, and television news media, including ABC’s Nightline and CNN’s Anderson Cooper program. His advocacy work has led him to testify before legislative and regulatory committees on both the state and federal level. As adjunct faculty at Rutgers University, Mr. Liga created an Addiction Prevention Certificate Program at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. He has also presented at the annual conferences of numerous national and state organizations.  


Professionals By Design


Professor Jinnae Monroe is an Air Force veteran and CEO of Professionals by Design, LLC and founder of HireGround (501c3) nonprofit, which provides students with workforce development, and post high school support/life skills.   She has over 25 years of experience leading Human Resource workplace challenges, Resiliency & Inclusion (onboarding Vets), and Leadership Development for fortune 500 companies. Jinnae teaches Human Resource Staffing, Ethics and Public Speaking courses for Graduate students, for the past 14 years. She also teaches public speaking/presentation skills to Sr. Executives.  Jinnae is a keynote speaker to government, education, nonprofit, law firms, and corporate on the topic of Talent Management, Generations in the Workplace, Change Management and Women’s leadership initiatives.


Jinnae has coached the transitional careers for countless veterans, military leaders and spouses across the U.S. Blending best practices in OD concepts, Adult Learning Theories and Change Management, Jinnae has designed and implemented customized curriculum for companies to start succession programs. She has been recognized for saving millions in company’s human resources and retention budgets. Also, recognized for her facilitation work on a Presidential level and ranked #1 lead facilitator among 100+ peers, in a company of 50k employees.


Jinnae is certified in the following Personality Assessments: CPP: FIRO B,  360 Feedback, John Maxwell Coach and Certified International Speaker, Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI), Workplace DiSC facilitator, Five Behaviors, MBTI, PROSCI Change Management, Behavioral Based Interview Structure (BBSI), Generations in the Workplace, Diversity and Inclusion. She is also a Foster/Adoptive parent trainer.


She is a member of the National and Prince William Society for Human Resources, American Training & Development, American Businesswomen, and Leadership Prince William class of 2020. Jinnae serves on several Chamber of Commerce councils, VP of Membership-ToastMasters International, board member- American Red Cross, Ambassador- SpouseLink, Board member- MCPS Education Foundation, and member-Human Trafficking Task Force. Awarded, Nonprofit of the Year, recognized for Emerging Small Business, and Excellence in Business. Jinnae has garnered several 1st Place awards for Toastmasters International.

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Appliance Connection, Inc.


Martin "Marty" Nohe is the President of Appliance Connection Inc., the 3rd largest corporation within its market-segment nationally. Marty has also served tthe community as Chairman of the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority and as Coles District Supervisor on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors.


Through his work with these groups, Marty has served on the Executive Committee of the GoVirginia EconomicDevelopment Initiative Regional Council, leading the financial oversight of the "Tech Talent Pipeline" workforce development program with NOVA Community College. Marty also coordinated efforts to secure resources for child-advocacy initiatives with particular emphasis on at-risk youth, foster care, and foster-to-adopt initiatives. 

Marty earned his B.S. in Economics from George Mason University and participated in the Sorensen Institute of Political Leadership at The University of Virginia.


Park Valley Church


Steve Pierce has served as the Pastor of the Open Arms, Outreach and Women's Ministries at Park Valley Church since 2018. 

In addition to his human services work, Steve has had a successful career in hospitality. He served as the Vice President of Thompson Hospitality's Development division as well as their Director of Joint Ventures. He served as the Marketing and Operations Manager at Skyscraper and the District Manger, General Manager and Chef Manager at The Compass Group.

Steve earned his BS in Journalism from Texas Christian University, his Masters of Divinity from Liberty University and his Culinary Masterworks Certification I and II from The Culinary Institute of America. 

In addition to serving as a board member for The Human Service Alliance of Greater Prince William, Steve has worked with Serve our Willing Warriors and SERVE.


The Arc of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT


Karen Smith has served as the Executive Director of The Arc of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT since 1967. Karen is the chief administrator for the services and programs operated by The Arc/INSIGHT that includes developmental child care centers, residential services, respite care, vocational training, adult day support programs, recreational programs, family support and a specialized transportation system.  During FY 2019 the agency served more than 2,200 children and adults with developmental disabilities with a budget over 13.7 million dollars.


In addition to serving as The Alliance's Treasurer, Karen also serves the community with The Disability Services Board, The Prince William County Housing Board, ACTS, The Arc of Virginia and St. Mark's Lutheran Church. Karen and her husband enjoy three grown children and eight grandchildren.

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Youth For Tomorrow


Dr. Terry Tinsley joined Youth For Tomorrow in March of 1997.  Since Dr. Tinsley joined YFT the clinical services team has significantly increased its reach and impact to include more professionals including licensed clinicians, nurses, case managers, psychiatric nurse practitioner and a psychiatrist.


Prior to joining YFT Dr. Tinsley worked for the Dallas/Fort Worth Medical Center in the dual diagnosis adolescent psychiatric unit.  His other areas of service have included out-patient counseling centers, Charter Hospital, an in-patient substance abuse treatment program, and two years with the Southern Baptist International Mission Board serving in Mali, West Africa. 


Dr. Tinsley has or is currently serving on the Prince William County Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT), Virginia Coalition of Private Provider Associations (VCOPPA), the board of directors for the Virginia Association of Children’s Homes (VACH), a graduate of Leadership Prince William (2013), Arlington County (CPMT) Community Policy Management Team, an appointment by the Commonwealth of Virginia Speaker of the House of Delegates to the senate joint subcommittee on substance abuse prevention and treatment, as well as receiving a gubernatorial appointment to the Board of Counseling by Governor Bob McDonnell (R), Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) and Governor Ralph Northam (D).


A Mississippi native, Dr. Tinsley graduated from William Carey College with a bachelors’ in Psychology, Southwestern Baptist Seminary with a masters’ in Marriage and Family Counseling, and Walden University with a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Dr. Tinsley is credentialed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), and a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (CSOTP).