Progressive and Alternative Therapies for Healing Heroes
A residential retreat for Veterans and their families. Each PATHH program features a range of evidence-based individual and group therapeutic and recreational activities.
Provides individuals and families with high quality individualized mental health services. - Individual, group and family psychotherapy Evaluations; partial hospitalization program intensive outpatient; substance abuse; child and adolescent; - Bilingual services available
Catholic, pro-life organization provides expectant or new mothers of any faith information and practical support. Provides the community with education services. Raising funds to acquire and remodel a home appropriate to house homeless expectant and new mothers.
Private group of therapists and counselors dedicated to providing comprehensive counseling and outpatient services to individuals and families in the Northern, Central, Eastern and Southwestern regions in the state of Virginia. Outpatient and in-home based services.
Not-for-profit, crisis-oriented intervention program for mobile families and individuals. Assistance is usually of short duration designed to stabilize the problem situation. Treatment plan can include emergency assistance of food, clothing, shelter, transportation, and referral(s) to other human service agencies.
Long-term shelter (up to 6 months) for families with dependent children. Children must be under 19. Families in program are required to work, save 1/2 of their income, and set goals toward self-sufficiency through weekly case management meetings. Houses can hold up to 12 families in individual efficiency apartments (bathroom & kitchen). Occasional homeless prevention and rehousing grants are available for residents of Rockingham County and Augusta County. Operate 2 thrift stores.