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December 2020

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Announcement regarding Culpeper Childcare/Workforce Relief Program

Please read this letter with new information regarding the program, the second round, and when checks are being mailed!

Culpeper Regional Transit donation

Thank you to Culpeper Regional Transit for their donation of various canned goods! Thank you Carol Hopkins, Nora Hall, and Mike Socha!



Notice of Public Meeting

Please see attached document here for Emergency Public Meeting.

Childcare Relief Program deadline

The Culpeper Human Services office was closed yesterday, Wednesday, December 16, 2020, due to inclement weather. The applications of the Childcare Relief Grant/Benefit were due yesterday by 4:00pm to the dropbox or email address for the program.
With that being said, any application (with the required documentation) physically present in the dropbox as the Culpeper Human Services office, located at 1835 Industry Dr, Culpeper, as of this morning, on or before 10:00am, Thursday, December 17, 2020, will be accepted.
Similarly, any application (with the required documentation) received via email at as of this morning, on or before 10:00am, Thursday, December 17, 2020, will also be accepted.
For any applications that require additional verifications or documents, or for which Culpeper Human Services has any questions, applicants will receive a call and/or email from an application processor requesting the needed information. Any and all requested follow up information and/or documentation will need to be provided to and received by Culpeper Human Services through its dropbox or via email to NO LATER THAN 1:00pm on Friday, December 18, 2020.


Culpeper Career Center Wood Program

The wood program is now open and accepting applications! Please go to the Culpeper Career Center (Sam’s Place) to fill out an application.



Need Transportation to Work?

Please see attached document for different forms of transportation for work.



Mandated Reporter Panel

The Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) has released the new Mandated Reporter Portal, which provides a streamlined and easily accessible way for mandated reporters in Virginia to submit reports of suspected child abuse and neglect.

Local Departments of Social Services (LDSS) are responsible for receiving reports of child abuse and neglect, and VDSS operates a 24/7 Child Protective Services (CPS) Hotline that performs the intake function for LDSS on a full-time basis for some agencies and after business hours and on holidays for others. The new Mandated Reporter Portal now provides an additional option for submitting reports of suspected child abuse and neglect via an online webpage.

The benefits of using the Mandated Reporter Portal include:

  • The portal is convenient and user-friendly;
  •  It reduces wait time for mandated reporters making a report (online offers a quicker option to file a report);
  • Mandated reporters create a secure account, which will minimize the amount of time needed in making subsequent reports;
  • Information will be more accurate, entered directly by the mandated reporter; and
  • Helpful resources are conveniently available on the portal.

For an overview of the new portal, view a brief YouTube video. Questions regarding the portal may be emailed to

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