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Progressive and Alternative Therapies for Healing Heroes A residential retreat for Veterans and their families. Each PATHH program features a range of evidence-based individual and group therapeutic and recreational activities.
Provides free clothing and more for foster, at-risk and in need children.
Assists families of children with disabilities through education, information and training. Builds parent-professional partnerships to promote success in school and community life through training for families and professionals that model partnerships and encourage active learning, and collaboration with and technical assistance to schools, state and local agencies. parent resource centers and community organizations. Services available in Spanish.
Private not-for-profit agency to offer temporary assistance for basic needs to those unable to provide for themselves. Assistance available includes temporary financial aid; rent assistance, emergency food, water, and fuel; extreme emergency dental care.
A peer-run mental health resource and services center. Provides a safe place for individuals with mental illness to attend, socialize, gain support, advocate, build skills, and gain information to enhance their lives.
Not-for-profit organization providing education, legal information and referral, and housing aid to African Americans who feel they have been discriminated against.
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.
Healthy Families works with first time parents in the community that may have additional burdens or stress that can impact parenting outcomes. Mothers/families complete assessment process @ 20 weeks prenatal and from birth to 3 months. Most assessments conducted after delivery at hospital or within 2 weeks of birth. Services offered include parent education classes, referrals to community services, home visiting services.
Provides a free book bag exchange program to families with young children. The Gus Bus visits neighborhoods, schools, and different locations to share books in an interactive environment.
Recreation, education and fellowship for adults.
For Concern Hotline calls, dial any of these local numbers:
Clarke, Frederick, Winchester County
Shenandoah County
Page County
Warren County