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The problems within Education, Income, and Health in our community cannot be solved by one agency alone. Rappahannock United Way invests in 44 programs provided through its member agencies listed below. These programs are making an impact in the areas of Education, Income, and Health in our community today. In working side by side with these agencies, we are creating lasting changes in the Greater Fredericksburg community.

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Rappahannock United Way
Mobilizes the caring power of communities. It invests your contributions in what matters most: solutions and services that improve lives and community conditions.
Telephone: (540) 373-0041

Boy Scouts of America, National Capital Area Council
The Boy Scouts of America provides a comprehensive youth development program for boys from ages 6 years to 20 years, and young women 14 years to 20 years of age.
Telephone: (540) 220-9904

Catholic Charities of the Arlington Diocese, Fredericksburg
Private, non-profit, non-sectarian agency serving all area residents. Services include individual, family and crisis pregnancy counseling; infant foster care and adoption.
Telephone: (540) 371-1124

The Childcare Network
Training classes for child care professionals.  Child nutrition program for child care homes.  Database of child care and preschool programs for parents who need care. Telephone: (540) 373-3275

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Children’s Home Society of Virginia
Provides adoption services for all children and prospective adoptive parents, foster care,
post-adoption services and professional birth parent counseling.
Telephone: (540) 226-0583

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Empowerhouse (formerly Rappahannock Council on Domestic Violence)
Provides emergency services including shelter and hotline, and support services including advocacy and educational groups. Community education is offered for groups and schools.
Telephone: (540) 373-9372

Fredericksburg Area Food Bank
Obtains and efficiently distributes nutritious foods and other products to member agencies while developing programs and partnerships to help eliminate hunger.
Telephone: (540) 371-7666

Frederickburg Area HIV/AIDS Support Services
Provides support services for individuals infected with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Telephone: (540) 371-7532

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Fredericksburg Counseling Services
Provides mental health counseling, education and related services to more than 2,269 in 2010, maintaining its successful program as based on the logic model.
Telephone: (540) 373-2320

Girl Scouts Commonwealth Council of Virginia
Girl Scouts is the premiere leadership organization for girls and builds girls of Courage, Confidence, and Character who make the world a better place.
Temporary logo attached Telephone: (540)710-5678

Healthy Families, Rappahannock Area
Healthy Families provides comprehensive preventive services to families through partnerships, community resources and independence. Parent/child bonding is encouraged by supporting the physical and emotional health of families. A program of the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board.
Telephone: (540) 288-1937

Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic
Provides medical and dental care at no charge to low-income and uninsured people using volunteer health care professionals and partnerships with other providers.
Telephone: (540) 741-1061

LUCHA Ministries, Inc.
We help Latino immigrants with limited English proficiency to live better, more productive lives through Advocacy, Education, and facilitating better access to programs and services. Telephone: (540) 370-4502

Mental Health America of Fredericksburg
Mental Health America of Fredericksburg provides FREE services for individuals and families facing mental health challenges – Mental Health Information & Referral HelpLine; Senior Visitors - weekly services to isolated elderly; Support groups; Mental Health Resource Center; Community Education; and Advocacy/Public Policy. Telephone: (540) 371-2704

Micah Ecumenical Ministries
Increases homeless access to employment, housing, healthcare, and education.  Work includes basic needs center; cold weather shelter; respite house; housing support; volunteerism.  Relationship-based approach. Telephone: (540) 479-4116

Quin Rivers, Inc.
Quin Rivers seeks to understand unmet community needs and facilitate the development of programs directed toward the reduction and elimination of poverty, enabling low-income families and individuals of all ages, both rural and urban, to attain the skills, knowledge, motivation and opportunities to become self-sufficient. Telephone: (540) 479-4370

Rappahannock Adult Activities
Provides day support services using person-centered planning and positive behavioral supports necessary for adults disabled by mental retardation to be active members of the community. A program of the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board.
Telephone: (540) 373-7643

Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging
Serves the needs of and acts as an advocate for low income, socially disadvantaged elderly in the city of Fredericksburg and the four surrounding counties.
Telephone: (540) 371-3375

Rappahannock Area Court Appointed Special Advocates
Special advocates and trained volunteers advocate in the Juvenile Court system for the best interests of abused and neglected children.
Telephone: (540) 710-6199

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Rappahannock Area YMCA
Our goal is to improve the health and wellness of area residents by providing programs and activities for all ages, abilities and income levels.
Telephone: (540) 371-9622

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Rappahannock Big Brothers Big Sisters
Our organization is an acknowledged leader, building dynamic relationships which unite children with committed volunteers while transforming their lives and enriching families, communities, and society.
Telephone: (540) 371-7444

Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault
24-hour crisis hotline and hospital accompaniment, advocacy, brief counseling, support groups, court/legal advocacy, and court accompaniment.
Telephone: (540) 371-1666

Rappahannock Emergency Medical Services Council
The Council has been created to establish and maintain a regional EMS System which provides for the effective and coordinated delivery of emergency health care.
Telephone: (540) 373-0249

Rappahannock Goodwill Industries
Providing people with barriers to employment, particularly those with disabilities, an array of quality vocational and educational services so that they can work most independently.
(540) 371-3070

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Rappahannock Legal Services, Inc.
Provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income persons. With United Way funding, services are provided in child and spousal support cases.
Telephone: (540) 371-1105

Rappahannock Refuge - Hope House
Transitional program for homeless women and children offering shelter, outreach services, counseling, on-site day care center, job placement or referrals and educational assessments.
Telephone: (540) 371-0831

Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center
To strengthen the coordinated community response to minimize trauma and increase the safety of abused children and their families.
Telephone: (540)891-6280
The Salvation Army
Committed to doing the most good. Motivated by the love of God, we strive to improve the lives of our clients.
Telephone: (540) 373-3431

S.E.R.V.E.
Providing emergency assistance for families in crisis, including food boxes, utilities, rental assistance, prescription medicines, continuing education classes, holiday food baskets and school supplies.
Telephone: (540) 288-9603

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Smart Beginnings Rappahannock Area
To lead community partners in maximizing and coordinating resources that ensure equal opportunities for all young children, birth to five, to be ready for school--ready for life.
Telephone: (540) 479-3958

Stafford Junction
Through faith and action, we strive to nurture and develop the children and their families in Stafford County who are constrained by poverty and the lack of English proficiency, and to help them fulfill their maximum potential.
Telephone: (540) 368-0081
Thrive – The Healing Center
We assist women and girls experiencing job loss, domestic violence, divorce and transitions, engaging them in healthy activities focusing on career, finance, exercise, and support.
Telephone: (540)361-1331

Thurman Brisben Center
A high demand, programmatic shelter serving up to 80 men, women and children for 90 days is the only shelter in Planning District 16.
Telephone: (540) 899-9853