COVID-19 Resources for APAH Residents

Here are resources and information to help keep your household healthy and safe during the pandemic.

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

Arlington County COVID-19 Updates

Montgomery County COVID-19 Updates

Rent and EvictionRent and Evictions: Rent IS still due, contact resident services for assistance | you can still be evicted for other lease violations | if you lost your job county assistance may be available but documentation will be required | talk to your property manager!

APAH always works with residents to the best of our ability to keep families in their homes, but have expanded these efforts during the pandemic.

Please remember that rent is still due. If you are unable to pay all or a portion of your rent, please contact your leasing office as soon as possible. We remain committed to working with you to keep you in your housing, now and in the future, but it is important that you continue to pay rent if you can. Click here to understand what you need to know about paying your rent and evictions during COVID-19.

Virginia residents may also contact APAH’s resident services team.

Maryland residents please read a message from Grady Management,

Resident Services Team

APAH’s Resident Services Team is currently working remotely, but you can absolutely still reach them! At least one member of our team will be available by email and phone Monday thru Friday, between 9am-6pm. 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.

Who to Contact

Workforce or Employment issues or questions: Aseel Elborno | aelborno@apah.org | 571.249.2928

Assistance in Arabic: Aseel Elborno | aelborno@apah.org | 571.249.2928

Education and Arlington Public Schools questions: Jessica Stuart | jstuart@apah.org | 571.249.3082

Housing or Family Stability: Roxana Hernandez | rhernandez@apah.org | 571.970.2286 | hablo Español

Health and Wellness: Venus Burgess | vburgess@apah.org | 571.210.1378

Seniors, 60+: Venus Burgess | vburgess@apah.org | 571.210.1378

General questions: Director of Resident Services Marquan Jackson | mjackson@apah.org | 571.733.9627 ext. 120

CDC Resources on COVID-19

How to protect yourself and others

What to do if you are sick

CDC general resources and information

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. Read these tips from the Federal Trade Commission for avoiding coronavirus scams.

Arlington County Resources

Arlington Public Schools offers free meals for kids 2-18 years

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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