COVID-19 Resources for APAH Residents

The well-being of the many residents living at our communities is APAH’s first priority during this challenging time. With information changing so quickly, we’ve put together some resources for the most up-to-date information about the coronavirus pandemic. And resources and information to help keep your household healthy and safe. This list is meant to be a guide.

Please practice social distancing at all APAH properties and whenever you are outside of your apartment by maintaining a safe 6-foot distance between you and others. If your building has an elevator, please limit occupants to one household only.

Local Information and Resources

Arlington County COVID-19 Updates

Montgomery County COVID-19 Updates

Symptoms and CDC Information

How to protect yourself and others – from the CDC

What to do if you are sick – from the CDC

The CDC has a variety of other resources and information about COVID-19 that you may find helpful.

Messages on Rent

APAH always works with residents to the best of our ability to keep families in their homes, but during the coronavirus pandemic these efforts are expanded. If you are unable to pay all or a portion of your rent, please call or email your leasing office as soon as possible. We will work with you to develop a plan and prevent your household from eviction. It is important that you continue to pay rent if you can.

A message from S.L. Nusbaum, for Virginia residents.

A message from Grady Management, for Maryland residents.

APAH’s Resident Services Team

APAH’s Resident Services Team is currently working remotely, but they are still working and you can absolutely reach them! At least one member of our team will be available by email and phone Monday thru Friday, between 9:00am-6:00pm. Due to the volume, your call or email may not be returned until the next business day, but know that the team is working as quickly as possible to get back to you within 24 hours.

Do you have Workforce or Employment issues or questions, or need assistance in Arabic? Contact Aseel Elborno (email aelborno@apah.org or call 571.800.6450).

For Education questions or assistance with Arlington Public Schools, contact Jessica Stuart (email jstuart@apah.org or call 571.800.6450).

If you need assistance with Housing or Family Stability, contact  Roxana Hernandez (email rhernandez@apah.org or call 571.970.2286) – hablo Español.

Venus Burgess (email vburgess@apah.org or call 571.210.1378) can help you with questions about Health and Wellness, or if you’re a Senior, 60+ and need assistance.

Or, reach our new Director of Resident Services, Caroline Jones (email cjones@apah.org).

Avoid Scams

During times of crisis, criminals will try to take advantage of the stress families are under. You should always be cautious and not give out personal information like social security numbers, passwords, or bank accounts. Be extra careful during the pandemic. Tips from the Federal Trade Commission for avoiding coronavirus scams.

Arlington County Resources

Arlington Public Schools has a variety of resources for families, we encourage parents to utilize them. You’ll find things like resources for talking to kids about coronavirus, information on school-based “grab-and-go” meals for kids 2-18 years, and educational resources to help keep kids occupied and learning!

Arlington Parks and Recreation has put together a great list of activities to do at home or outside while safely social distancing.

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