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2-1-1 Virginia is available to everyone needing help, especially in times of crisis. It offers free access to health and human services information and referral. They do not provide direct financial assistance; however, information and referral specialists can make referrals to agencies and services that may be able to help.

Please click here to learn more about 2-1-1 Virginia.

Rappahannock United Way Resources:

* Quick Guide

Members of the public and professional organizations can download or print copies of the Quick Guide. This document is updated on a monthly basis.

The Quick Guide lists prgrams serving the City of Fredericksburg and the Counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford.

This guide groups agencies according to the services and information they provide.  This is a partial listing of services in Planning District 16 and does not include all the services provided by each agency.  The information and content in this Quick Guide have been collected through good faith for the benefit of the community at large.  Inclusion in the Quick Guide does not imply Rappahannock United Way membership, funding or endorsement, nor does exclusion imply disapproval.  This is not an all-inclusive list. For a complete listing of services provided in Planning District 16, dial 2-1-1 or visit www.211virginia.org.

Click here to download the Quick Guide in English

Guia de Referencias en Espanol

Due to lack of funding, The Community Resource Guide was last updated in 2011. You may download a copy here. For more current information, contact 2-1-1.







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Affordable Care Act Information

A Patient Navigator began working out of Mary Washington Hospital October 1st to guide the region’s
residents through options provided by the Affordable Care Act.