United Way NSV Releases Updated Resource Directory | Winchester Star
WINCHESTER – The United Way of North Shenandoah Valley (NSV) published its 2022 Community Resource Directorya list of 171 local nonprofits and agencies that provide health and care services to area residents.
The directory, which covers Winchester and Frederick, Clarke, Page, Warren and Shenandoah counties, can be downloaded for free at unitedwaynsv.org/resources.
The Community Resource Directory has been produced for over 20 years by Winchester-based United Way NSV and is designed to provide area residents with better access to help and information. Lists include nonprofits and agencies that help with housing and housing, immigration and citizenship, pregnancy and parenting, mental health and counseling, clothing and supplies , education, childcare, domestic violence, employment, financial assistance, food, health resources, disabilities, services for the elderly, recovery of addiction, veterans services and youth development.
New to this year’s directory is a listing of all area food pantries and soup kitchens, including their hours of operation, and expanded listings of service providers in Warren and Page counties.
For those unable to download the 2022 Community Resource Directory, a limited number of printed copies will be available to people who call United Way NSV at 540-536-1610 after June 11.
Financial support for this year’s directory was provided by Federal Naval Credit Union of Vienna, whose Frederick County employees helped compile information for publication.
To learn more about United Way NSV and its 2022 Community Resource Directory, visit unitedwaysv.org.