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.
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.
Services to address the needs of immigrants and their families. Help families manage medical bills and manage crisis. Culture Competency groups open to the public to connect immigrants with native born and increase awareness of issues faced by immigrants.
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.
Provides residential services for up to one year for children and adolescents. Focus on bipolar, mood disorders, depression. Will treat OCD, ADHD and substance abuse as co-occurring conditions, but cannot be the primary health problem.
Provides vocational training and employment opportunities to enable adults with long-term disabilities to achieve their greatest employment potential. Provides a full-service job development program to help clients identify their interest and to seek community-based employment.
Provides probation, education, and rehabilitation of those charged with or convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, and/or first offense drug possession.
Offers driver improvement program.
Our Health is a nonprofit community resource which strives to meet the needs of those individuals and families in our community who would benefit from access to quality health and human services. Our Health accomplishes this directly and indirectly by providing a variety of sevices that strengthen the effectiveness of its nonprofit partnres, both on its co-located campus of 16 health and human service agencies and in concert with a wide range of over 50 community partners.