Spring 2023 Housing Expo

On April 1, the 13th Annual Northern Virginia Housing Expo returns, this year with both in-person and virtual exhibits. As always, this free public showcase features information, resources, and education sessions for everyone seeking trusted avenues to navigate housing matters.

In-person visitors should arrive early to browse exhibits, free workshops or register for one-on-one sessions. Virtual visitors may see all exhibits using the Expo’s online portal, available soon.

Visit the Advocates for Citizen Access virtual exhibit featuring Aging-In-Place readiness, improving mobility after pandemic isolation, finding and filing for your Virginia unclaimed funds and tips to combat scams and other fraud. Dozens of government agencies, local housing advocates and licensed housing service providers will exhibit on topics like access to Fair Housing support, the Virginia Mortgage Relief Program, local housing and development programs.

Published 3/7/23. Source: images and excerpts from Northern Virginia Housing Expo

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Community Access in 2022 Midterm Elections

Early voting for Midterm Elections has started in many states. Know your rights for same day voter registration in Virginia, explained here.

Sunday October 30 is “Souls to the Polls Sunday” an important nationwide initiative to promote early voting. Courtesy of the Prince William County NAACP, below are local voting locations for this event, October 30 2022. For statewide early voting locations use this link, or visit https://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/early-voting-office-locations/

October 30 Locations 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Courtesy, Prince William County NAACP

You Are Invited



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Health Equity and Housing Matters

In a 2022 documentary on the Smithsonian Channel, the lens is focused on how people of color have been affected by substandard health care. Free tickets for virtual viewing Thursdays until September 29. Startling facts are presented by medical and health policy professionals, with personal testimony from those affected during the pandemic. View introduction here.

Screenings every Thursday through September 29, 2022 with various start times. Screenings are private viewing, no interactive component. A date for virtual panel discussion will be announced. Tickets here. Group screenings may be requested. Email: events@advocatesca.org.

Produced by Harpo Studios, directed by director Yance Ford.
Moderated by Oprah Winfrey
Staffing support for COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Events
Prince Wm County Health District
Prince William NAACP Housing Matters Expo
NVCC Woodbridge Campus
Caring Through COVID Community Conversations
Collaboration with Fairfax County Health and NVBCC
Prince William NAACP Housing Matters Expo
NVCC Woodbridge Campus

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