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Provides services for pregnant women, including pregnancy testing; referrals to doctors; emotional, physical, and spiritual support for a crisis pregnancy; classes on healthy sexuailty and relationships; child birth classes. Provides education and objective facts on options and information on contraceptives.
A public service program of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Mission is to preserve sight by raising awareness of eye disease. Provides referrals to local volunteer ophthalmologists for a free eye health exam.
Promotes consumer education and regulates the practices of organizations and businesses. Records and investigates complaints from any customer of a Virginia business.
Ridesharing program for commuters.  Match commuters to others for car or van pool.
Affordable housing for low-income individuals and families. Have property locations in Winchester and Clarke County.
Emergency shelter and crisis intervention, and support groups for victims of domestic battery, sexual violence,and sexual assault. Support group for women, children, and teens. Peer counselors for parents and children; accompaniment to court and medical appointments. Emergency shelter for homeless women and children.
Provides childcare resources and referrals for families. Provides technical support to childcare providers. Page County only - Resource Van offers childcare resources available to providers during monthly visits to their programs.
Promotes a child-focused approach to the investigation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse by providing a safe, child-friendly facility; a multidisciplinary team response to abuse allegations; and professional support, education and advocacy services. Conducts forensic interviews in cases of suspected child abuse/neglect or child witnesses to crime. Provides educational materials and trauma focused therapy for child victims and their family members.
Provides emergency assistance to families when other welfare programs cannot meet their needs. Food pantry and clothing room, emergency or by appointment. Financial assistance to help with rent, temporary housing, utilities, fuel, transportation, prescriptions, and other basic needs. Provide bus tickets for local medical appointments. Provide bicycles for people not able to get a license or car so they can get a job. Provide vouchers for reasonable expense.
Matches qualified, screened adult volunteers with children to develop positive one-on-one mentoring relationship. Places adults in local elementary schools with at-risk children. Requires completed application. Accepts school referrals.
For Concern Hotline calls, dial any of these local numbers:
Clarke, Frederick, Winchester County
Shenandoah County
Page County
Warren County