Upcoming Events

Are you struggling to meet any of your basic needs?  
10.17.2019

The fourth round table will explore community needs in Arlington, particularly those in the lowest income levels. If you’re interested in volunteering or participating, please reach out to Aseel Elborno (aelborno@apah.org).

Past Events

Let’s Talk About Affordable Housing in Arlington 
03.28.2019

The third of a planned four round tables to gather information from our low-income neighbors about the challenges and benefits of Arlington when it comes to housing. The outcomes of the round table are now available: Read full report here.

My health. My voice
11.1.2018

The second of a planned four round tables to gather information from our low-income neighbors about the challenges and benefits of Arlington when it comes to issues surrounding health and wellness. The outcomes of the round table are now available: Read full report here.

Working Together to Help our Children Succeed
8.23.2018

The first of a planned four round tables to gather information from our low-income neighbors about the challenges and benefits of raising children in Arlington. Topics included child care, schools, after school programs, and others. See the outcomes of this roundtable discussion.

Voices from Arlington: Barriers to Equity and Inclusion
4.26.2018

Are you curious about issues of poverty in Arlington? Do you ever wonder how low income residents make it work to live in our high-cost-of-living County? Are you concerned about the disparities between the “haves” and “have nots?” We invite you to attend Voices from Arlington, a panel presentation and community dialogue about equity and inclusion for all. Come and get the facts, be inspired, get engaged.

Free, but registration preferred here.


Data Walk on Display
4.2.2018 to 4.30.2018

During regular library hours, Arlington Central Library