Community Resource Guide

Important phone numbers

  • Emergency 911
  • Fire Department 911
  • Poison control (800) 552-6337
  • Police (non-emergency)
    • Williamsburg (757) 220-2331
    • James City County (757) 566-0112
    • York County (757) 890-3630

Important Information:

National organizations that support the Latino community:

  • National Association of Latino Elected & Appointed Officials (NALEO) www.naleo.org
  • National Council of La Raza (NCLR) www.nclr.org

Organizations in Virginia that support the Latino community:

U.S DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY:

They are able to help you if you have a question about immigration procedures, or need clarification, by calling their National Customer Service Center (NCSC) at 1800 375 5283 or 1800 767 1833. This toll-free call center has additional information and, during their specified office hours, can connect you to live assistance in English & Spanish. The NCSC will be able to answer most questions– although they cannot provide information about the status of your case over the telephone. http://www.uscis.gov/

INS OFFICES:

VIRGINIA

District Office: Washington, DC
USINS Washington District Office
4420 North Fairfax Dr.
Arlington, VA 22203
Web site: http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics
/fieldoffices/washingtondc/aboutus.htm

Sub Office: Norfolk

USINS Norfolk Sub Office
5280 Henneman Dr.
Norfolk, VA 23513
Web site: http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics
/fieldoffices/norfolk/aboutus.htm
Service Area: Cities and/or counties of Chesapeake, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Prince Edwards, Rockville, Williamsburg, Hampton Roads, Accomack, and Mecklenburg

Latin American Embassies in the U.S.:

Hurricane Emergency Assistance:

Click here for a printable Virginia Hurricane Guide

Local healthcare providers:

  • Olde Towne Medical Center

    (757) 259-3258
    Offers general medical care for the family, dental, prenatal care, physical exams for adults and children, immunizations, cholesterol checks, school physicals and free pap smear and breast exam screening twice a year for uninsured women. New patients much bring: photo ID, proof of income, and proof of residence

  • Lackey Free Family Medicine Clinic

    (757) 886-0608
    Offers healthcare service to uninsured patients. Clients need to bring documents to verify financial status.

  • Angels of Mercy Medical Clinic

    (757) 565-1700
    Provides quality primary and preventative healthcare services to all people regardless of their ability to pay

  • Williamsburg Sentara Community Hospital

    (757) 984-6000

Food Assistance:

  • Fish
    (757) 220-9379
  • Salvation Army
    (757) 229-6651
  • Saint Bede Catholic Church Social Ministry
    (757) 253-0664
  • United Way Helping
    (757) 229-2222
  • York County Church Women United Food Closet
    (757) 898-9057
  • Grove Christian Outreach
    (757) 229-6651

More important phone numbers:

  • Avalon: A Center for Women and Children
    (757) 258-5051
  • Domestic violence—sexual abuse
    (800) 838-3238
  • Child Protective Services
    (800) 552-7096
  • Department of Health:
    Williamsburg (757-253-4813);
    Newport News (757) 594-7305
  • Medicaid:
    Williamsburg (757) 220-6161;
    James City County (757) 259-3258;
    York County (757) 890-3787
  • Court Interpretation
    (757) 564-8666
  • Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
    (757) 435-5137
  • Refugee and Immigration Services
    (757) 247-3600
  • Williamsburg Area Transportation (WAT)
    (757) 259-4093
  • Social Security Administration
    (800) 722-1213
  • Office of Social Services:
    Williamsburg (757) 220-6161;
    James City County (757) 259-3201;
    York County (757) 890-3787
  • Williamsburg Regional Library
    (757) 259-4040
  • York County Library
    (757) 890-3376
  • Williamsburg Charity Group (assistance with furniture and household items)
    (757) 565-1540