Northern Virginia Family Service in collaboration with the Public Good Projects are seeking to remove the fear and anxiety from our communities regarding COVID-19. The LatinX and African American/Black communities have been hit the hardest and we are committed to providing messages that are meaningful in helping to overcome vaccine hesitancy and encourage continued mitigation efforts. We are here to address the concerns and fears that are prevalent in the communities we serve.
The links found on this page can be utilized freely in social media, newsletters, and print. Below you will find regularly updated material, ways to address misinformation/disinformation, a town hall schedule, a Speaker’s Bureau, webinars, and other useful links.
Ways to Collaborate
Digital and social media assets, campaigns, and downloadable content to use, share, and customize for your own campaigns.
Bulletins will be posted periodically to fight the misinformation and disinformation going around about COVID-19.
Join our town hall events and get the most up-to-date information and the opportunity to have your questions answered by a variety of leading medical experts from across the DC metro area.
Únase a nuestro evento en español y obtenga la información más actualizada y la oportunidad de obtener respuestas a sus preguntas con un experto de medicina, Dr. Fabian Sandoval
See our list of qualified speakers that are available to chat at your events.
Sign up to help inform our residents about COVID-19 and vaccinations.
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The resources on the following page are free to download and share. We encourage the use of our resources for infection prevention education, provided that the information is not modified. Please attribute these resources to Northern Virginia Family Services (NVFS) and include the links to additional resources (if applicable).
For further information or questions reach out to Jenée Padmore.