Virginia Employment Commission Guide

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Virginia Department of Social Services

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Virginia Housing Urban Development

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Virginia Health Services

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Virginia Assistance Guide Download

The state of Virginia offers residents various types of benefits through different federally funded programs. Depending on your needs, and often your income level, you may be eligible to receive assistance through a variety of programs. Fortunately, you can learn all about the eligibility requirements and application procedures for the most important state programs by downloading our comprehensive guides.


You can download our Social Services guide to learn about how you can apply for important assistance programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Our guide also covers various food and nutrition programs that are available to school-aged children within the state.

For information on how to bounce back from losing your job, download our Employment Commission guide. You will find detailed information on how to file for unemployment benefits, the eligibility criteria you need to meet in order to qualify and even information on how to determine whether you were wrongfully terminated.

Housing assistance is another form of help offered in Virginia to many low-income residents and first-time homebuyers. By downloading our comprehensive guide on the Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD), you can learn about all of the important housing programs available in the state today.

Health services are also crucial to obtain within the state of Virginia. Whether you are low-income, elderly or simply shopping around for an affordable policy, there are health insurance options at your disposal. Learn about Medicaid, Medicare and Obamacare’s eligibility requirements, application procedures and more by downloading our Health Services guide.

While the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) does not provide benefits or assistance in the same way that the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) or Employment Commission do, the DMV does offer valuable services to residents throughout the state. To learn all about how to get licensure, registration and all of the other requirements needed to drive legally in Virginia, download our DMV guide today.

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