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Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area

Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area

Winchester Virginia's volunteer adult literacy organization. They teach reading, math, English language, computer, financial and citizenship skills to adults.

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United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley

Includes a link to The United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley "Community Services Directory" and information about the Concern Hotline.

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Virginia District Courts

There is a general district court in each city and county in Virginia. The general district court handles traffic violations, hears minor criminal cases known as misdemeanors, and conducts preliminary hearings for more serious criminal cases called felonies.

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Virginia Free Legal Answers

Virginia Free Legal Answers is a pro bono service of the Virginia State Bar and American Bar Association where low-income users can submit their legal questions online and get free answers from a licensed Virginia lawyer in good standing.

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Virginia Law Portal

Includes the Constitution of Virginia, Code of Virginia, Uncodified Acts of Assembly, Regulations of Virginia, Charters and Authorities of Virginia Localities, and Compacts of Virginia. It features easy navigation and readable presentation of content. Visitors can search across all of Virginia Law to find the information they want, without having to know where the information resides.

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Virginia Lawyer Referral Service

This Virginia State Bar services allows users to get an up-to-30-minute call with a local lawyer for $35. There are no strings attached and sometimes that 30-minute call is enough to solve the legal issue. The new online portal allows people to put in their legal issue and geographic location and be referred a lawyer 24/7.

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Virginia Navigator

The mission of this 501c3 non-profit organization is to provide helpful, free resource information associated with aging, disabilities, post-military life, and overall well-being. The family of websites features easily searchable programs and services, educational articles, an “Ask an Expert” feature, and a Community Calendar.

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