The Concern Hotline Soucebook is a compilation of Community resources spanning the Lord Fairfax Planning/Health District 7. Here you will find information on specific agencies, those given by our listeners, available for the first time electronically. We wish to thank the Winchester Rotary Club for their continued support in bringing this invaluable resource to the public! Please feel free to browse, and if you are affiliated with an agency not included in this Sourcebook, please use this form to submit your agency for review.
Provides comprehensive interdisciplinary assessments for children and adolescents who are suspected of having developmental delays and/or disabilities.
Offers medical, psychological, educational, and social evaluations to assist in determining a child's needs.
The primary goal of Shenandoah Valley Community Resources, Inc. (SVCR) is to provide and promote services that enhance the development of individuals served and maximize their achievement of self determination and autonomy.
Help children enter school healthy and prepared to succeed. Family is supported and has access to quality programs and resources for their young child.
Aims to ensure school readiness for all children in our service area.
Provides services to people with disabilities. Supports adults with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities with comprehensive services so that they may live, work, participate, and develop relationships in communities of their choosing.
In-Home Support; provides discrete health services to people with disabilities enabling them to remain in their homes for as long as possible.
Expanding horizons for people with developmental disabilities in the areas of work evaluation, training, habilitation and therapeutic consultant services.
Industrial, lawn care, assembly, bag mulch and compost, snow removal and car detailing.
The Valley Assistance Network(VAN) is a comprehensive resource and referral system to help families navigate community resources (ex...shelter, clothing, food, medical care, job training). Van is a program of the United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley to connect individuals and families with the services they need to move from crisis to financial security.
• Ride-matching service that provides users the opportunity to connect with individuals who use similar commuting patterns.
• Provides information on other commuting options such as Telework Virginia!, Metro , MARC Train and commuter bus.