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​VEC Unemployment Workforce Occupational Skills Training (Call numbers below for qualifying information and office locations):
​            1. Richmond Resource Workforce Center (WIOA)      (804)  652-3280       
            2. Chesterfield Resource Workforce Center (WIOA)   (804)  652-3490 
            3. Henrico East Resource Workforce Center (WIOA)  (804)  952-6116
            4. Petersburg  Resource Workforce Center (WIOA)    (804)  862-6155



Department of Social Services (DSS)​ (Call numbers below for qualifying information and office locations):
​            1. City of Richmond             (804) 726-7000
            2. County of Chesterfield     (804) 748-1100
            3. County of Henrico            (804) 652-3123 (East End) (804) 501-4001 (West End)
            4. County of Hanover           (804) 365-4100
            5. City of Petersburg            (804) 861-4720
​            6. County of Hopewell          (804) 541-2330



Richmond Redevelopment & Housing Authority (RRHA) (Call (804) 780-4200 for qualifying information and office location)



Department of Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS) (for Richmond call (804) 588-3333 for Henrico call (804) 662-7000 for qualifying information and office location) 



Department of Blind & Vision Impaired (Call (804) 371-3140 for qualifying information and office location)




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**Call School Office (804) 233-9494 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm for Payment Plan information**

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VEC Unemployment Workforce Occupational SkillsTraining: 
 1. Richmond Resource Workforce Center (WIOA)
 2. Chesterfield Resource Workforce Center (WIOA)
 3. Henrico East Resource Workforce Center (WIOA) 
 4. Petersburg Resource Workforce Center (WIOA)

Department of Social Services (DSS)
 1. City of Richmond
 2. County of Henrico 
 3County of Hanover
 4. City of Petersburg
 5. County of Chesterfield

Richmond Rehabilitation & Housing Authority (RRHA)

Department of Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS)

Department of Blind & Vision Impaired (DBVI)

Salvation Army

Employers
Salvation Army (Call numbers below for qualifying information and office locations:
1. City of Richmond    (804) 225-7470
2. City of Petersburg   (804) 732-8921
3. City of Hopewell      (804) 452-0232

3/19/20 Education Assistance Communique -  Department of Veteran Affairs

To our Service Men and Women, Asher received this information on today (3/19/2020) and hope you find it to be helpful:


Dear School Certifying Official,

Over the past two weeks, VA has worked with Congress to preserve GI Bill benefits for impacted students during this difficult time. The Senate and House passed S.3503 and the bill will be headed to POTUS to sign, which will give the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) the authority to continue GI Bill payments uninterrupted in the event of national emergencies. The new law allows for VA to continue to pay benefits regardless of the fact that the program has changed from resident training to online training. Also, students will continue to receive the same monthly housing allowance payments that they received for resident training until January 1, 2021, or until the school resumes normal operations of resident training. VA is working to immediately implement the new changes to address current and future school terms to ensure students continue to receive their education benefits.

What should GI Bill Students know?

There is no action required from a GI Bill student. VA has scheduled several training sessions with all VA approved schools and training facilities over the next couple of days to provide further guidance. We will work closely with schools to ensure enrollments are accurately certified and processed timely.

We are committed to providing regular updates to you through direct email campaigns and social media about VA’s effort to implement these new changes.

If you have questions about your specific circumstance, please contact the Education Call Center at: 1-888-442-4551 between 8 AM and 7 PM Eastern Time, Monday-Friday.

Respectfully,

Education Service

US Department of Veterans Affairs

Veterans Benefits Administration

1800 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20006

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