¨       Provides pregnancy tests and information on pregnancy options, and parenting and financial management education. ¨       Will transport to doctor’s visits. ¨       Baby supplies and clothing, maternity clothes. Will not provide abortion referrals, but will refer to other related community services.
Provide mental health and substance abuse evaluation and treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. Individual, group, couple, and family therapy.
Inexpensive, good clothes for sale, profits to charitable organizations. Free clothes if referred by a government or non-profit charitable organization and to those in need as a result of a fire/flood.
Promote awareness of mental health, provide services to prevent mental illness, and contribute to the proper care and treatment of mentally ill children and adults.
An online resource for job-seekers. Sponsored by the Commonwealth of the Virginia.
• Connects people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or speech-impaired people with standard telephone users. • Offers many features for Spanish users, including Spanish-to-English and English-to-Spanish translation and Speech-To-Speech.
• Local Workforce Centers assist individuals with their job search, including job referral and placement, referral to training, and job search skill building activities. • VEC staff can also assist employers by screening and referring applicants for job vacancies, providing critical labor market information for business and economic planning, and coordinating Employer Advisory Committee activities across the state.
Part of the Virginia Work Force Network. Job skills training, GED preparation, job placement, career counseling. Help with applications and unemployment registration.
For Concern Hotline calls, dial any of these local numbers:
Clarke, Frederick, Winchester County
Shenandoah County
Page County
Warren County