Provides early intervention supports and services to infants and toddlers from birth through age two who are not developing as expected or who have a medical condition that can delay normal development. Referral service for professionals who conduct developmental screenings and evaluations; physical, speech, and occupational therapy; and service coordination for children birth to two.
Private agency providing outpatient and community-based services to at-risk youth and families throughout the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Provides services in the community setting for youth and families, with the goal of keeping clients in their homes and home communities.
Provides emergency housing, crisis intervention, counseling, and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Offers different support groups throughout the year for children, teens and women affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. Court and hospital accompaniment.
Civic service club providing assistance to obtain eye exams, prescription glasses and hearing aids.
Assist adults in reaching their literacy goals; Tutor in basic literacy, including reading, writing, and math. Assist in GED preparation. Tutor English as a second language. Provide computer classes for beginners. Assist in Citizenship preperation.
Provides non-emergency medical transportation for Medicaid recipients. One time and "standing order appointments."
Help find foster and adoptive families for children. Fund special learning programs for children with complex needs.
Receives both civil and criminal complaints. Issues warrants and Emergency Protective Orders for family abuse or stalking.
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.
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.
For Concern Hotline calls, dial any of these local numbers:
Clarke, Frederick, Winchester County
Shenandoah County
Page County
Warren County