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Crisis Resources

Apr 17, 2020 | Ben Boscolo

Please watch this video from Benjamin Boscolo, Owner & Chief Executive Officer as he shares an updated message on how the firm is taking care of its clients and teammates during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Food Banks

Food BanksPhone NumberAddressRequirementsWebsite
Maryland Food Bank- Baltimore(410) 737-82822200 Halethrope Farms Rd Baltimore, MD 21227Nonehttps://mdfoodbank.org/
MD Food Bank- Salisbury/Eastern Shore(410) 742-005028500 Owens Branch Rd Salisbury, MD 21801Nonehttps://mdfoodbank.org/
MD Food Bank- Hagerstown/Western MD(410) 737-8282220 McRand Couty Hagerstown, MD 21740Nonehttps://mdfoodbank.org/
Meals for Homes(301) 648-5215n/aApplication requiredhttps://meals-for-home.business.site/
Anne Arundel Food Bank410) 923-4255120 Marbury Drive Crownsville, MD 21032Nonehttps://aafoodbank.org/
Howard County Food Bank410) 313- 61859385 Gerwig Lane Columbia, MD 21046Yeshttps://www.cac-hc.org/programs-services/food-assistance/
Southern Maryland Food Bank(301) 274-069522 Irongate Drive Waldorf, MD 20601Nohttps://southernmarylandfoodbank.com/
ICAC- Oxon Hull Food Pantry(301 899-83584915 Saint Barnabas Road, Temple Hills, MDNohttp://www.ohfp.org/
Elkridge Food Pantry443) 492-92095646 Furnace Avenue Elkridge, MD 21075SHOW IDhttp://elkridgefoodpantry.org/
Takoma Park Food Pantry240) 450-20927001 New Hampshire Avenue Takoma Park, MD 20912Nonehttps://www.foodpantries.org
Capital Area Food Bank202) 644-98074900 Puerto Rico Avenue, NE Washington, DC 20017Nonehttps://www.capitalareafoodbank.org/
The Bowie Interfaith Pantry(301)262-67652614 Kenhill Drive Suite 134 Bowie, MD 20715Current ID identification of all household members proof of income Proof of school enrollment for childrenhttp://bowiefoodpantry.org/
Manna Food Center(301) 424 – 113012301 Old Columbia Pike, Suite 200 Silver Spring, MD 20904Montgomery County Residenthttps://www.mannafood.org/
New Life Food Pantry(443) 800-02132401 East North Ave Baltimore, MD 21213n/ahttps://newlifepantry.org/
Donald Bentley Food Pantry(410) 664- 92872405 Loch Raven Rd Baltimore, MD 21218Residents of 21202 or 21218 zip codes and bring IDhttps://www.foodpantries.org/li/donald-bentley-food-pantry
Calvert Churches Community Food Pantry(443) 295-7768100 Jibsail Drive Suite 101 Prince Frederick, MD 20678n/ahttps://www.foodpantries.org/li/donald-bentley-food-pantry
City of Frederick Maryland Food Bank(301) 600-626314 E All Saints Street Frederick, MD 21701n/ahttps://www.cityoffrederickmd.gov/462/Food-Bank-Program
Gather Baltimore Blue Bag(443) 990-16274500 Harford Road Baltimore, MD 21214n/ahttps://gatherbaltimore.org/
Chesapeake Cares Food Pantry-(410) 257-02936201 Solomons Island Rd Huntingtown, MD 20639Nonehttps://chesapeakechurch.org/foodpantry/
Food BanksPhone NumberAddressRequirementsWebsite
Capital Area Food Bank(202) 644-98006201 Solomons Island Rd Huntingtown, MD 20639nonehttps://chesapeakechurch.org/
Crowder Owens Food Bank(202) 635-9053600 W Street, NE Washington, DC 20002n/ahttps://cssd.dc.gov/page/food-donation-information
Food to You Mobile Food Pantry(800) 795-32721400 Independence Ave SW Washington, DC 20250n/aNo website provided
DC Central Kitchen(202) 234-0707425 2nd St, NW Washington, DC 20001Email or Callhttps://dccentralkitchen.org/
Bread for the City- SE202-561-85871640 Good Hope Road SE Washington, DC 20020DC Residents with Federal poverty line incomesbreadforthecity.org/food/
Bread for the City- NW202-265-24001525 7th St NW Washington, DC 20001DC Residents with Federal poverty line incomeshttps://breadforthecity.org/food/
Damien Ministries(202) 526-30202200 Rhode Island Ave NE Washington, DC 20018n/an/a
Washington City Church of the Brethren(202) 547-5924337 North Carolina Ave Washington, DC 20003n/ahttps://washingtoncitycob.org/
The United Church(202) 331-14951920 G St Washington, DCn/ahttp://www.theunitedchurch.org/
Central Union Mission(202) 644-980765 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DCCall aheadhttps://www.missiondc.org/
Lutheran Church of the Reform(202) 543-4200212 East Capital St. NE Washington DC 20003Call or visitwww.reformationdc.org/
SOME(202) 797-880671 O Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20001Nonehttps://www.some.org/
Food BanksPhone NumberAddressRequirementsWebsite
Dulles South Food Pantry(703) 507- 279524757 Evergreen Mills Rd Dulles, VA 20166n/awww.dsfp.org
Capital Area Food Bank- VA(571) 482- 4770 or (703) 541-30636833 Hill Park Drive Lorton, VA22079Nonehttps://www.capitalareafoodbank.org/
Arlington Food Assistance Center(703) 845-84862708 S. Nelson St. Arlington, VA 22206Arlington resident< a href=”https://www.afac.org/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>https://www.afac.org
Food for Others(703) 207-91732938 Prosperity Ave Fairfax, VA 22031Northern VA resident with ID, Lease or mailhttps://www.foodforothers.org/
Haymarket Regional Food Pantry(703) 754-59906611 Jefferson St, Haymarket, VA 20169Client Application Form, ID and Utility Bill in HRFP service areawww.haymarketfoodpantry.org/
Northern Neck food bank804) 577-02465116 Richmond Rd Warsaw, VA 22572n/an/a
Food Bank of Southeastern VA and the Eastern Shore(757) 627-6599800 Tidewater Dr, Norfolk, VA 23504Check website for distribution siteshttps://foodbankonline.org/
Central Virginia Food Bank(804) 521-25001415 Rhoadmiller St. Richmond VA, 23220n/ahttps://feedmore.org/
Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank(540) 371-76663631 Lee Hill Dr. Fredericksburg, VA 22408Contact locationhttps://www.fredfood.org/
Bread of Life Food Pantry(703) 369- 03068671 Phoenix Dr. Manassas, VA 20110n/an/a
Virginia Peninsula Food Bank(757) 596-71882401 Aluminum Ave Hampton, VA 22361Call prior to visiting locationhttp://hrfoodbank.org/
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank –Lord Fairfax Area Branch(540) 665-07701802 Roberts St. Winchester, VA 22601n/an/a
Britepaths703) 273- 88293959 Pender Dr #200 Fairfax, VA 22030Residents of Fairfax Countyhttps://britepaths.org/
Healthy Harvest Food Bank(804) 250-227755 Commerce Pkwy Warsaw, VA 22572n/ahttp://www.hhfb.org/
Serve Inc.(540) 288-960315 Upton Ln, Stafford VA 22554Contact locationhttps://www.serve-helps.org
Thalia United Methodist Church(757)340-50154321 Virginia Beach Blvd Virginian/ahttps://thaliaumc.org/
The Salvation Army Corps Community Center703) 580-89911483 Old Bridge Rd #102 Woodbridge, VAn/awww.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank –Lynchburg Area Branch(434) 845-4099501B 12th St. Lynchburg, VA 24504Check website for distribution siteshttps://www.brafb.org/

Critical Support

HotlinesPhone NumberWebsite
Find Helpn/ahttps://findhelp.org/
Suicide Prevention Life Line1-800-273-8255 or 1(800 )784-2433http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233https://www.thehotline.org/
Disaster Distress Helpline1-800-985-5990 or Text Talk with us to 66746https://www.samhsa.gov/disaster-preparedness
Montgomery County Crisis Center(240) 777-4000www. montgomerycountymd.gov
Prince Georges County Crisis Center Hotline(301) 429 -2185https://www.thesantegroup.org/prince-georges-county-crisis
Anne Arundel County Crisis Hotline(410) 768-5522http://www.aamentalhealth.org
Prince Georges County Substance Abuse Hotline(301) 298 – 2628 Ext 3100https://www.thesantegroup.org/prince-georges-county-crisis
Baltimore County Crisis Response410-931-2214https://www.thesantegroup.org/baltimore-county-crisis-services
Calvert County Crisis Hotline(410)-535-1121 or (301)855-1075https://www.calverthealth.org/personalhealth/crisisintervention/
Howard County Crisis Hotline10-531-6677 or dial 2-1-1https://www.howardcountymd.gov/Departments/Health/Behavioral-Health/Crisis-Services
Harford Crisis Center(410) 874-0711https://harfordcrisiscenter.org/
Every Mind Hotline(301) 855-1075www.every-mind.org
Department of Behavioral Healt1-888-793-4357https://dbh.dc.gov/service/access-helpline
DC Shelter Hotline(202) 399-7093https://dhs.dc.gov/service/homeless-services
Mental Health Armerica of Virginia(866) 400-6428www.mhav.org
Richmond VA – Crisis Intervention804-819-4100http://rbha.org/services/access-emergency-medical-services/crisis-intervention-services
Loudoun Mental Health Emergency Support703-777-0320https://www.loudoun.gov/3654/Crisis-Intervention-Team-Assessment-Cent
Fairfax County Mental Health Services(703) 573-5679https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/contact/Mobile/ProgramDetail.aspx?agId=4319
Arlington County Mental Health Services703-228-5160https://health.arlingtonva.us/behavioral-healthcare/mental-health/emergency-services/

Family, Health & Financial Assistance

Assistance TypePhone NumberWebsite
Department of Human Services1-800-332-6347http://dhs.maryland.gov/
food, cash, energy,emergency, aged/blind/disabled1(800) 332-6347 or for SPANISH 1(800) 332-6347https://mydhrbenefits.dhr.state.md.us/dashboardClient/#/home
Medical Assistance for families, children & pregnant women(855) 642-8572/ Help available in 200 languageshttps://www.marylandhealthconnection.gov/coronavirus-sep/
UnemploymentBaltimore area: 410 – 949 – 0022 Maryland but not in Baltimore: 1 – 800 – 827 – 4839https://www.dllr.state.md.us/employment/uibenefits.shtml
Child Care877-261-0060https://earlychildhood.marylandpublicschools.org/
Assistance TypePhone NumberWebsite
Virginia Department of Social ServicesDial 211 or (800) 230-6977https://www.dss.virginia.gov/
Child Care866-KIDS-TLCVaChildCare.com
UnemploymentNew Claim :1-866-832-2363 / Continuing Claim:-800-897-5630https://www.vec.virginia.gov/
food, cash, medical assistance1-855-635-4370https://commonhelp.virginia.gov/
Assistance TypePhone NumberWebsite
DC Department of Human ServicesDial 311 or (202) 671-4200https://dhs.dc.gov/
Child Care Assistance(202) 727-0284https://dhs.dc.gov/service/child-care-services
TANF, financial or medical assistance(202) 727-5355.https://dhs.dc.gov/service/medical-assistance
Unemployment202-724-7000https://does.dcnetworks.org/InitialClaims/

Hispanic Community Services

NamePhone NumberWebsite
Salud es Vida Bilingual Health Hotline301-270-8432n/a
Free Clinics around USn/ahttps://freeclinicdirectory.org/
Casa de Maryland(301) 431-4185https://wearecasa.org/
Casa en Virgina(571) 421-2211https://wearecasa.org/

Courts

StateMD
CourtCOSA
Last Update14-Apr
OperationsEmergency operations only through 6/5/2020. Sufficient judges to hear emergency matters. Essential staff available by phone 8:30 to 4:30. MDEC still available. Clerks of the Court will continue to process MDEC filings and paper filings (to extent possible by essential staff). Reviewing appellate records being done by appointment. Call 410-260-1450. Appointments are offered Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9:00 and 4:00.
Cases Being Heard?Requests for injuctive relief pending appeal, appeals in cases which a lack of action would result in a dispositive outcome, appeals from quarantine and isolation petitions.
Cases Being Postponed?Oral arguments for 4/1 – 4/3 postponed to 4/13 and 4/14. Arguments for 4/6 – 4/10 remain as scheduled, will be conducted remotely via Zoom. Arguments for 5/1 will ne conducted remotely. Arguments for remainder of May will be conducted remotely. Schedule forthcoming.
Accepting Filings?Via MDEC (even for cases originating in non-MDEC jurisdictions). Via dropbox at the netrance to the Court of Appeals building. Via USPS, FedEx and UPS. Postmark on envelope will be effective date of filing.
Statute Tolling?All existing deadlines remain in place. The closure of the Court’s offices to the public does not affect existing filing deadlines. Parties requiring extensions as a consequence of COVID-19 or any other reason must file a motion to that effect.
NotesOrder does not affect or prohibit the court’s consideration of matters that can be addressed without a proceeding. Courts are also authorized to conduct remote proceedings
StateMD
CourtCourt of Appeals
Last Update14-Apr
OperationsEmergency operations only through 6/5/2020. Sufficient judges to hear emergency matters. Essential staff available by phone 8:30 to 4:30. MDEC still available. Clerks of the Court will continue to process MDEC filings and paper filings (to extent possible by essential staff).
Cases Being Heard?Certain election law matters, certain petitions for Writs of Mandamus, certain certified questions of law, quarantine and isolation matters
Cases Being Postponed?Arguments scheduled for 4/2, 4/3 are rescheduled to 5/12 and 5/13 – the dates the court is considering hearing arguments via video conference. If they move forward, parties will be notified 10 days prior. Oral arguments scheduled for 4/30, 5/1, 5/4 are postponed until further notice.
Accepting Filings?Via MDEC.
Statute Tolling?Effective 3/16/2020 all statutory and rules deadlines related to initiation of matters required to be filed in a Maryland state court including SOLs shall be tolled or suspended by the number of days the courts are closed to the public. Statutes and deadlines to hear pending matters also tolled or suspended by number of days courts are closed to public.
NotesOrder does not affect or prohibit the court’s consideration of matters that can be addressed without a proceeding. Courts are also authorized to conduct remote proceedings
StateMD
CourtBaltimore (City)
Last Update14-Apr
OperationsEmergency operations only through 6/5/2020. Sufficient judges to hear emergency matters. Essential staff available by phone 8:30 to 4:30. Clerks of the Court will continue to process filings (to extent possible by essential staff).
Cases Being Heard?Bail reviews/bench warrants, arraignments for detained defendants, juvenile detention hearings, emergency evaluation petitions, quarantine and isolation petitions, extradition cases, body attachments, extreme risk protective order appeals.
Cases Being Postponed?All Others
Accepting Filings?Via mail and dropbox located at Mitchell Courthouse. As of 4/2, Judge Tillerson Adams has asked that all filings be marked emergency or non-emergency according to Judge Barbera’s order. Non-emergency matters would include new Complaints in Civil Actions, motions, answers, responses, notice of service of discovery, and other matters that do not require the Court’s immediate attention. Unmarked fillings will be considered non-emergency. Non-emergency fillings will be date stamped when received, but not necessarily docketed immediately.
Statute Tolling?Effective 3/16/2020 all statutory and rules deadlines related to initiation of matters required to be filed in a Maryland state court including SOLs shall be tolled or suspended by the number of days the courts are closed to the public. Statutes and deadlines to hear pending matters also tolled or suspended by number of days courts are closed to public.
NotesOrder does not affect or prohibit the court’s consideration of matters that can be addressed without a proceeding. Courts are also authorized to conduct remote proceedings
StateMD
CourtMontgomery
Last Update14-Apr
OperationsEmergency operations only through 6/5/2020. Sufficient judges to hear emergency matters. Essential staff available by phone 8:30 to 4:30. MDEC still available. Clerks of the Court will continue to process paper filings (to extent possible by essential staff).
Cases Being Heard?Bail reviews/bench warrants, arraignments for detained defendants, juvenile detention hearings, emergency evaluation petitions, quarantine and isolation petitions, extradition cases, body attachments, extreme risk protective order appeals.
Cases Being Postponed?All Others
Accepting Filings?Via regular mail and via the dropbox located on the Maryland Avenue side of the North Tower. While new filings are accepted, they have limited capability to promptly open new cases and issue scheduling orders.
Statute Tolling?Effective 3/16/2020 all statutory and rules deadlines related to initiation of matters required to be filed in a Maryland state court including SOLs shall be tolled or suspended by the number of days the courts are closed to the public. Statutes and deadlines to hear pending matters also tolled or suspended by number of days courts are closed to public.
NotesOrder does not affect or prohibit the court’s consideration of matters that can be addressed without a proceeding. Courts are also authorized to conduct remote proceedings
StateMD
CourtPrince George’s
Last Update14-Apr
OperationsEmergency operations only through 6/5/2020. Sufficient judges to hear emergency matters. Essential staff available by phone 8:30 to 4:30. MDEC still available. Clerks of the Court will continue to process MDEC filings and paper filings (to extent possible by essential staff).
Cases Being Heard?Bail reviews/bench warrants, arraignments for detained defendants, juvenile detention hearings, emergency evaluation petitions, quarantine and isolation petitions, extradition cases, body attachments, extreme risk protective order appeals.
Cases Being Postponed?All Others
Accepting Filings?Via mail and dropbox located at Commissioner’s Entrance of the courthouse. As of 4/2, Judge Tillerson Adams has asked that all filings be marked emergency or non-emergency according to Judge Barbera’s order. Non-emergency matters would include new Complaints in Civil Actions, motions, answers, responses, notice of service of discovery, and other matters that do not require the Court’s immediate attention. Unmarked fillings will be considered non-emergency. Non-emergency fillings will be date stamped when received, but not necessarily documented immediately.
Statute Tolling?Effective 3/16/2020 all statutory and rules deadlines related to initiation of matters required to be filed in a Maryland state court including SOLs shall be tolled or suspended by the number of days the courts are closed to the public. Statutes and deadlines to hear pending matters also tolled or suspended by number of days courts are closed to public.
NotesOrder does not affect or prohibit the court’s consideration of matters that can be addressed without a proceeding. Courts are also authorized to conduct remote proceedings
StateMD
CourtCharles
Last Update14-Apr
OperationsEmergency operations only through 6/5/2020. Sufficient judges to hear emergency matters. Essential staff available by phone 8:30 to 4:30. MDEC still available. Clerks of the Court will continue to process MDEC filings and paper filings (to extent possible by essential staff).
Cases Being Heard?Bail reviews/bench warrants, arraignments for detained defendants, juvenile detention hearings, emergency evaluation petitions, quarantine and isolation petitions, extradition cases, body attachments, extreme risk protective order appeals.
Cases Being Postponed?All Others
Accepting Filings?Via MDEC.
Statute Tolling?Effective 3/16/2020 all statutory and rules deadlines related to initiation of matters required to be filed in a Maryland state court including SOLs shall be tolled or suspended by the number of days the courts are closed to the public. Statutes and deadlines to hear pending matters also tolled or suspended by number of days courts are closed to public.
NotesOrder does not affect or prohibit the court’s consideration of matters that can be addressed without a proceeding. Courts are also authorized to conduct remote proceedings
StateMD
CourtMDWCC
Last Update20-Apr
OperationsFollowing same route (more or less) as MD Courts. Reduced staff working at commission (15 people). Building is closed to public. Emergency hearings will be held as needed in the interim.
Cases Being Heard?Starting 4/20, hearings will be held by phone or by video using Microsoft Teams. Documentary Evidence must be provided to court and other parties at least 3 days in advance.
Cases Being Postponed?Cancelling all dockets through 5/1. Resetting beginning 5/4.
Accepting Filings?Yes through WFMS
Statute Tolling?Deadlines have been extended.
Notes
StateDC
CourtDC Court of Appeals
Last Update26-Mar
OperationsCourthouse Building closed to the public. The court will still receive E-filings. Suspending the requirement to file paper copies of electronically filed documents.
Cases Being Heard?The court will continue to decide motions and issue decision on already argued and submitted cases during this time. The court will continue to consider and decide cases in which it would not normally grant oral argument, based on briefs and motions. Emergency matters will be addressed consistent with prior practice.
Cases Being Postponed?Oral arguments through 5/31 are cancelled. Parties may file a joint motion requesting the court decide based on briefs instead of rescheduling oral arguments. Appellate mediations through 5/31 are cancelled.
Accepting Filings?Yes. E-filings strongly encouraged. Suspending requirement to file paper copies.
Statute Tolling?The time periods within which persons seeking review in the Court of Appeals must file notices of appeal, petitions for review, applications for permission to appeal, and applications for allowance of an appeal are tolled until 5/31.
Notes
StateDC
CourtDC Superior Court
Last Update26-Mar
OperationsClerk staff working remotely. No staff on site. Electronic filing will continue. Court shall rule on matters that can be decided without a hearing. Court Reporting Division and Translation Services operating remotely.
Cases Being Heard?The court will hear only the following matters: 1. Felony presentments and misdemeanor arraignments other than citation arraignments; 2. Juvenile initial hearings and petitions for writ of habeas corpus; 3. Initial hearings and requests of removal in neglect and abuse matters; and 4. Emergency matters only. All other matters are continued.
Cases Being Postponed?All trials scheduled on or before May 1, 2020 are continued – parties should not appear, and the court will set new dates and notify the parties. Hearings in Landlord/Tenant, Small Claims, Debt Collection, Mortgage Foreclosure, Tax Foreclosure, and Housing Court cases are continued. Hearings in all other civil matters may be held only by phone. Mediations prior to 5/1 are continued.
Accepting Filings?Yes.
Statute Tolling?Unless otherwise ordered by the court, all deadlines and time limits in statutes, court rules, and standing and other orders issued by the court that would otherwise expire before May 15, 2020 including statutes of limitations, are suspended, tolled, and extended during the period of the current emergency. Such deadlines and time limits may be further suspended, tolled, and extended as circumstances change.
Notes
StateDC
CourtDOES
Last Update
Operations
Cases Being Heard?
Cases Being Postponed?Formal hearings through 5/1 cancelled.
Accepting Filings?
Statute Tolling?
Notes
StateVA
CourtVA Supreme Court
Last Update22-Apr
OperationsBuildings closed to the public. They remain open for employees, those needing access to the Clerk’s Office, and those with official business with the court.
Cases Being Heard?April oral arguments being held by telephone.
Cases Being Postponed?N/A
Accepting Filings?E-filing
Statute Tolling?VA Supreme Court order tolls and extends time limit for filings related to appeals under Part 5 of the Rules of Court, including but not limited to deadline for filing notice of appeal under 5:9 and all filing deadlines pertaining to transcripts and written statements of fact set forth in 5:11, and for filing the petition for appeal under 5:17. — Tolling and extension referenced in 3/16 order applies to all filings related to appeals to the Court of Appeals that are filed in a circuit court. All deadlines in the Court of Appeals that run from the filing of the record in that court remain unaffected, however parties remain free to seek extensions of time.
NotesTo the extent possible, all matters being heard should be done via 2 way audiovisual communication. Courts should require attorneys to use e-filing where possible. If access to the clerk’s office is restricted, the office shall remain accessible via phone/email.
StateVA
CourtVA Court of Appeals
Last Update7-Apr
OperationsBuildings closed to the public. They remain open for employees, those needing access to the Clerk’s Office, and those with official business with the court.
Cases Being Heard?Conducting upcoming dockets via teleconference arguments through 6/30.
Cases Being Postponed?Liberal extension of time for filing and liberal continuance of oral arguments policies.
Accepting Filings?E-filing and dropbox for paper documents located at the Capitol Police checkpoint inside Eighth and Franklin Streets entrance.
Statute Tolling?VA Supreme Court order tolls and extends time limit for filings related to appeals under Part 5 of the Rules of Court, including but not limited to deadline for filing notice of appeal under 5:9 and all filing deadlines pertaining to transcripts and written statements of fact set forth in 5:11, and for filing the petition for appeal under 5:17. — Tolling and extension referenced in 3/16 order applies to all filings related to appeals to the Court of Appeals that are filed in a circuit court. All deadlines in the Court of Appeals that run from the filing of the record in that court remain unaffected, however parties remain free to seek extensions of time.
Notes
StateVA
CourtAlexandria
Last Update27-Apr
OperationsAll civil bench trials and jury trials suspended through 4/17. These cases will be set for status conference on 6/8 at 9:00am unless parties agree to appear telephonically and set new trial date.
Cases Being Heard?Per VA Supreme Court order, judges will use their discretion to decide if matters being heard or considered are urgent and must be heard, and will give those matters precedence on the docket. That said, emergency matters are: quarantine or isolation matters, criminal arraignments, bail reviews, protective order cases, emergency child custody or protection cases, civil commitment hearings, petitions for temporary injunctive relief, proceedings related to emergency protection of elderly or vulnerable persons, petitions for appointment of a guardian or conservator, and proceedings necessary to safeguard applicable constitutional protections.
Cases Being Postponed?Per VA Supreme Court order(s), all courts shall continue all civil, traffic and criminal matters, including jury trials through 4/26, except for emergency and other matters as provided in the Order. — Per Alexandria CC Memo, all civil bench trials and jury trials suspended through 4/17. These cases will be set for status conference on 6/8 at 9:00am unless parties agree to appear telephonically and set new trial date. All Motions Day dockets suspended through 4/17. Civil status conference/selection of trial date docket is continued from 4/13 to 5/11. All civil appeals from JDR and GDC between 3/16 and mid-May shall be scheduled for 6/8 status hearing date. Parties can contact Judges’ Chambers to select trial date by phone.
Accepting Filings?VA Supreme Court order says courts should require attorneys to e-file if available.
Statute Tolling?With the exception of matters listed in the order, all applicable deadlines, time schedules and filing requirements, including any applicable statute of limitations which would otherwise run during the period this order is in effect, are hereby tolled and extended. Initial extention was 21 days. Second order extended for as long as order is in effect.
NotesAlexandria GDC: http://www.courts.state.va.us/news/items/covid/2020_0330_alexandria_gd.pdf
StateVA
CourtArlington
Last Update2-Apr
OperationsEffective 4/2 Arlington County CC Clerk’s Office is suspending in person appointments. Not open to walk-in business. Receptacles for in-person fillings are available outside each division’s door and will be processed throughout the day.
Cases Being Heard?Per VA Supreme Court order, judges will use their discretion to decide if matters being heard or considered are urgent and must be heard, and will give those matters precedence on the docket. That said, emergency matters are: quarantine or isolation matters, criminal arraignments, bail reviews, protective order cases, emergency child custody or protection cases, civil commitment hearings, petitions for temporary injunctive relief, proceedings related to emergency protection of elderly or vulnerable persons, petitions for appointment of a guardian or conservator, and proceedings necessary to safeguard applicable constitutional protections. — 3/18 Arlington County memo moved all March docket items back to April.
Cases Being Postponed?Per VA Supreme Court order(s), all courts shall continue all civil, traffic and criminal matters, including jury trials through 4/26, except for emergency and other matters as provided in the Order. — Per Arlington County CC Memo dated 3/18 currently docketed items through the end of March to reset to April. Friday motions removed from docket.
Accepting Filings?VA Supreme Court order says courts should require attorneys to e-file if available. — Arlington County CC Website says receptacles for in-person filings available outside each division’s door. Clerk’s office is not open to walk-in business.
Statute Tolling?With the exception of matters listed in the order, all applicable deadlines, time schedules and filing requirements, including any applicable statute of limitations which would otherwise run during the period this order is in effect, are hereby tolled and extended. Initial extention was 21 days. Second order extended for as long as order is in effect.
Notes
StateVA
CourtFairfax
Last Update21-Apr
OperationsEffective 3/27 buildings closed to the public but court is open and operating on a limited docket. Temporary procedure for waiving oral arguments for motions.
Cases Being Heard?Emergency Matters: Quarantine or isolation matters, arraignments, bail review, protective order cases, emergency child custody and protection cases, and civil commitment hearings.
Cases Being Postponed?Per VA Supreme Court order(s), all courts shall continue all civil, traffic and criminal matters, including jury trials through 4/26, except for emergency and other matters as provided in the Order. — Per Fairfax County Memo dated 3/18 jury and bench trials suspended through 4/17. Those cases will be set for 5/26 status/term day. Friday Motions Practice suspended.
Accepting Filings?VA Supreme Court order says courts should require attorneys to e-file if available.
Statute Tolling?With the exception of matters listed in the order, all applicable deadlines, time schedules and filing requirements, including any applicable statute of limitations which would otherwise run during the period this order is in effect, are hereby tolled and extended. Initial extention was 21 days. Second order extended for as long as order is in effect.
Notes
StateVA
CourtLoudoun
Last Update22-Apr
OperationsBy appointment only essential services offered by clerk’s office. Clerk’s office business hours reduced to 10:00am to 3:00pm.
Cases Being Heard?Emergency matters at discretion of judges.
Cases Being Postponed?Per VA Supreme Court order(s), all courts shall continue all civil, traffic and criminal matters, including jury trials through 4/26, except for emergency and other matters as provided in the Order. — Per Loudoun County all civil matters through 4/26 removed from docket and reset for status/hearing on 5/1. No Praecipes for civil motions may be docketed until after 6/5.
Accepting Filings?VA Supreme Court order says courts should require attorneys to e-file if available. — Per Loudoun CC, dropbox available in hallway outside clerk’s office.
Statute Tolling?With the exception of matters listed in the order, all applicable deadlines, time schedules and filing requirements, including any applicable statute of limitations which would otherwise run during the period this order is in effect, are hereby tolled and extended. Initial extention was 21 days. Second order extended for as long as order is in effect.
Notes
StateVA
CourtPrince William
Last Update22-Apr
OperationsGDC suspended through 4/26. Clerk’s office is open but services are limited/some are by appointment only. Law Library is closed.
Cases Being Heard?Essential matters only.
Cases Being Postponed?Per VA Supreme Court order(s), all courts shall continue all civil, traffic and criminal matters, including jury trials through 4/26, except for emergency and other matters as provided in the Order. — Per PW website, no additional hearings, motions or trials through 4/30. Contact chambers for new trial date. 4/3 term day cancelled. Limiting 5/1 civil motions.
Accepting Filings?VA Supreme Court order says courts should require attorneys to e-file if available.
Statute Tolling?With the exception of matters listed in the order, all applicable deadlines, time schedules and filing requirements, including any applicable statute of limitations which would otherwise run during the period this order is in effect, are hereby tolled and extended. Initial extention was 21 days. Second order extended for as long as order is in effect.
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StateVA
CourtVAWCC
Last Update7-Apr
OperationsVWC headquarters and regional offices are closed. Deputees will be devoting more time to hearings and less to mediations, so scheduling full and final mediations will become more difficult. WebX to be functional by 5/1. Parties encouraged to take phone/video depos to move discovery process along.
Cases Being Heard?Mediations by phone are still being offerred. Evidentiary hearings will be conducted by video conferencing where available. On the record proceedings remain available and are encouraged as an alternative to a video hearing in cases where parties are able to stipulate to facts necessary for the dispute to be adjudicated.
Cases Being Postponed?Hearings through April cancelled. Some hearings held 4/20 – 4/30 by video. They will be rescheduled and new notices sent. May and June hearings remain on docket and will be done by video.
Accepting Filings?Via WebFIle or fax. Filing deadlines extended to the next day the clerk’s office is open.
Statute Tolling?
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StateFed
CourtUS District Court for Maryland
Last Update10-Apr
OperationsClosed to the public. Clerk’s office intake counters closed. Clerk’s office is still available by phone.
Cases Being Heard?Emergency criminal, civil, and bankruptcy matters related to public safety, public health and welfare, and individual liberty.
Cases Being Postponed?All civil, criminal, and bankruptcy proceedings in the District of Maryland, including court appearances, trials, hearings, settlement conferences, conference calls, naturalization and admission ceremonies, and grand jury meetings now scheduled to occur from March 16, 2020, through June 5, 2020, are POSTPONED and will be rescheduled at a later date, unless otherwise ordered by the presiding judge in an individual case directing that a particular proceeding will be held on or before then.
Accepting Filings?CM/ECF will remain available. Dropboxes in northern and southern divisions. All filing deadlines for all cases now set to fall between March 16, 2020, and June 5, 2020, are EXTENDED by eighty-four days, unless otherwise ordered by the presiding judge in an individual case.
Statute Tolling?SOL’s not tolled by 3/20 order.
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StateFed
CourtEastern District Court of VA
Last Update7-Apr
OperationsClosed to the public. All non-case related events and gatherings postponed. Clerk’s office counters are closed. Newport News courthouse closed to public and staff unless activated as Emergency Judical Center
Cases Being Heard?Emergency criminal, civil, and bankruptcy matters related to public safety, public health and welfare, and individual liberty.
Cases Being Postponed?All civil and criminal in-person proceedings in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, including court appearances, trials, hearings, and settlement conferences, scheduled to occur through May 1, 2020, with the exception of critical or emergency proceedings, are POSTPONED and CONTINUED.
Accepting Filings?Electronic filing through CM/ECF. Dropboxes available at courthouses.
Statute Tolling?SOL’s not tolled by order.
NotesEffective 3/30 and until further notice all calls made to the clerk’s office in Alexandria should be to 703-299-2107
StateFed
CourtUS District Court for DC
Last Update27-Apr
OperationsClerk’s office counters closed to public. Clerks office available by phone.
Cases Being Heard?Criminal Magistrate Judge continuing to conduct proceedings as necessary using teleconferencing and videoconferencing.
Cases Being Postponed?All civil and criminal petit jury selections and jury trials scheduled prior to 6/11 are postponed. All other civil, criminal, and bankruptcy proceedings scheduled to occur prior to 6/1 are postponed, unless the presiding judge issues an order that proceedings in an individual case will be held by teleconference or videoconference.
Accepting Filings?Electronic filing through CM/ECF. Dropboxes available at courthouse.
Statute Tolling?SOL’s not tolled by order.
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Medical Providers

ProviderAmeriWell Clinics
Last updated3/16/2020
OperationsAll clinics open. Patients not showing symptoms should keep scheduled appointments.
Changes to Hours?None
Billing Dept. Changes
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?
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ProviderBezak Chiropractic
Last updated4/1/2020
OperationsOffice is open.
Changes to Hours?None
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Telemedicine available?
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ProviderCAM Physical Therapy and Wellness Services
Last updated3/18/2020
OperationsAll offices open. Patients not showing symptoms should keep scheduled appointments. Staff will be wearing masks. Asking patients to wear cloth face coverings as well.
Changes to Hours?
Billing Dept. Changes
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?Yes.
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ProviderCrofton Medical Group
Last updated4/8/2020
OperationsOffice is open for emergency visits only.
Changes to Hours?None
Billing Dept. ChangesClosed until further notice. Requests will be fulfilled when they reopen.
Records Dept. ChangesClosed until further notice. Requests will be fulfilled when they reopen.
Telemedicine available?
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ProviderDoctors Community Hospital
Last updated4/17/2020
OperationsRestrictions on visitors, visitor screening upon arrival. Limiting surgeries to emergencies. Large gatherings are suspended.
Changes to Hours?None
Billing Dept. ChangesBilling office is CLOSED. They are, however, still accepting requests via fax. Returning calls within 2 days.
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?
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ProviderDr. Jeffrey D. Gaber & Associates
Last updated3/25/2020
OperationsOffices are open. IMEs are being done by telemed visit, not in office.
Changes to Hours?None
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Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?Yes.
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ProviderDrs. Mininberg & Fechter
Last updated
OperationsOpen for new patient visits and follow up visits.
Changes to Hours?None
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Telemedicine available?Telemedicine is available for follow up visits.
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ProviderDrs. Rosenthal, Siekanowicz, and Gowda
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Telemedicine available?
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ProviderINOVA Health
Last updated4/8/2020
Operations
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Billing Dept. ChangesPatient Accounts office is closed. Billing inquiries should be sent to Billing_Subpoena@Inova.org
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?
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ProviderKaiser Permanente
Last updated3/27/2020
OperationsMany offices and clinics open. On 4/3, temporarily closing urgent care services at Manassas, Fredericksburg, Kensington, Camp Springs, Woodlawn, and Baltimore harbor locations. Several locations are providing pharmacy, laboratory, and radiology services: Colonial Forge, Springfield, Alexandria, Ashburn, Haymarket, Fair Oaks, Camp Springs, Marlow Heights, NW DC Med Ctr, PG Med Ctr, Shady Grove, Silver Spring, Abingdon, Annapolis, Columbia Gateway, Baltimore Harbor, Nottingham, North Arundel, and Towson
Changes to Hours?None for faclities remaining open.
Billing Dept. ChangesBilling Dept. CLOSED. Request for itemized bills will be processed when they reopen. WORKAROUND: Per Kaiser, we can have our clients reach out to member services department to obtain an itemized bill.
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?
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ProviderKaizo Health
Last updated3/25/2020
OperationsIn person and virtual visits.
Changes to Hours?None
Billing Dept. Changes
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?Yes.
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ProviderLifestream Health Center
Last updated4/7/2020
OperationsOffice is open and operating. Accepting new patients. Offering in person and telehealth visits
Changes to Hours?None
Billing Dept. Changes
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Telemedicine available?Yes
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ProviderMaryland Healthcare Clinics
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Telemedicine available?
NotesOffering phone meetings w/clients via portal
ProviderMulti-Specialty HealthCare
Last updated3/16/2020
OperationsAll offices open. Patients not showing symptoms should keep scheduled appointments.
Changes to Hours?None
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Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?Yes. We can help coordinate via MSHC portal or scheduling line if needed.
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ProviderNeurological Medicine, P.A.
Last updated3/26/2020
OperationsOnly seeing urgent patients in office. Offering telemedicine for all matters.
Changes to Hours?None
Billing Dept. Changes
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?Yes.
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ProviderOrthoVirginia
Last updated3/24/2020
OperationsArlington, Fair Oaks, Reston, Springfield locations are now walk-in urgent care clinics for musculoskeletal issues. Fairfax location is now a specialty walk-in clinic for neck, back, and spine pain. Alexandria, Burke, Herndon, Tysons, and Mclean offices are closed. For non-urgent or chronic conditions, patients should call to schedule telemedicine appointment.
Changes to Hours?Urgent care clinics are open 8:00am – 8:00pm
Billing Dept. Changes
Records Dept. Changes
Telemedicine available?Yes.
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ProviderPhysical Therapy & Sports Medicine Center
Last updated3/30/2020
OperationsOffices are open but hours have changed.
Changes to Hours?Yes. See website for rosterd.
Billing Dept. Changes
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Telemedicine available?Yes.
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ProviderPremier Orthopedics
Last updated3/24/2020
OperationsIME and PPD appointments in office cancelled. Starting to offer telephonically or via videoconference. Being rescheduled with priority to statute cases and prior appointment time.
Changes to Hours?None
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Telemedicine available?
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