Not-for-profit, crisis-oriented intervention program for mobile families and individuals that need area resources. Intervention is designed to stabilize the problem situation and is typically of limited duration. Treatment plan can include emergency assistance with food, clothing, shelter, transportation assistance, and referral to other resources.
Provides general poison information, drug interactions, and poison management advice. The Blue Ridge Poison Center (BRPC) is staffed by nurses and doctors specially trained to handle all sorts of poisonings: from medicines, plants, household products, industrial chemicals, snake bites, carbon monoxide, and more. This service provides immediate access to doctors and nurses who are experts in treating poisoned patients.
• Resource for job-seekers, employers and service providers.
• Federal agency administering monthly benefits programs for retired, disabled workers, their families and their survivors
• This service updates information in the 911 Emergency Services’ computers about people with special needs who might require additional assistance in an emergency. •Enrollment is required.
• Indoor walking program at the Apple Blossom Mall to promote physical and mental fitness.
• 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.
• Public, state agency providing services to veterans and their survivors to insure they receive all lawful benefits. • Provide counseling and help with filing claims and follow-up.
• 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.
• Public, state operated education program offering day program and residential services for children with hearing and/or visual impairments. • Provide consultation and evaluation of children to local school systems, parents and other agencies. • Provide training to professionals who work with people with hearing and/or visual impairment.
For Concern Hotline calls, dial any of these local numbers:
Clarke, Frederick, Winchester County
Shenandoah County
Page County
Warren County