Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Fredericksburg provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Telephone: (540) 371-7444
Habitat for Humanity of Caroline builds and sells at-cost homes to families and individuals making less than 50% of the local median income. Caroline Habitat also has a repair and accessibility program that ensures that homes are a safe place to live free of leaks, cracked windows or trip hazards.
Telephone: (804) 633-1277
Catholic Charities Diocese of Arlington is a 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
Central Virginia Housing Coalition improves the regional quality of life by providing affordable housing to low income families through coalition, education, counseling and financial assistance.
Telephone: (540) 604-9943
The Children’s Home Society of Virginia is one of Virginia’s most experienced adoption agencies. To date, CHS has successfully placed more than 13,000 infants and foster-care children into safe and permanent homes. We also provide post--adoption parenting and family services, and The Possibilities Project provides quality housing and case management for youth who have aged out of foster care. We are committed to building strong permanent families and lifelong relationships for Virginia’s at-risk children and youth.
Telephone: (540) 226-0583
Empowerhouse -- Supporting Survivors of Domestic Violence. Provides comprehensive services for survivors of domestic violence and their children including shelter, housing, hotline, support groups, court and healthcare accompaniment; batterer intervention groups; and training and education to the general community and specifically to schools and law enforcement.
Telephone: (540) 373-9372
Fredericksburg Regional 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
Fredericksburg Area HIV/AIDS Support Services positively impacts individual and community health through integrated wellness, prevention, and health navigation services. FAHASS works to improve health outcomes by providing comprehensive prevention and care services, including HIV status testing, medical/non-medical case management, mental health services, and housing assistance. FAHASS also provides health education and health promotion programs to reduce the risk of transmission of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections..
Telephone: (540) 907-4555
Fredericksburg Counseling Services, Inc. provides hope and training for a sustainable future through providing low-cost behavioral health services to uninsured and underinsured, low income residents. We provide professional education and training for graduate and post-graduate students in the fields of social work and counseling.
Telephone: (540) 373-2320
Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Inc. is the premier leadership organization for girls and builds girls of Courage, Confidence, and Character who make the world a better place.
Telephone: (804) 746-0590
Greater Fredericksburg Habitat for Humanity helps build strength, self-reliance, and stability for local families by improving access to affordable mortgages and home repairs.
Telephone: (540) 891-4401
Healthy Generations Area Agency on Aging connects older adults and their families to resources for assistance that allow aging in their community while maintaining dignity and respect.
Telephone: (540) 371-3375
Legal Aid Works® 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
Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic provides medical and dental care at no charge to low-income and uninsured adults primarily through the use of volunteer health care professionals and partnerships with other health providers.
Telephone: (540) 741-1061
Mental Health America of Fredericksburg provides FREE services for individuals and families facing mental health challenges – Mental Health Information & Referral Services (HelpLine); Senior Visitors - weekly services to isolated elderly; Suicide Prevention Education; Support groups - Mental Wellness and Survivors of Suicide; 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
National Capital Area Council, 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: (301) 530-9360
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 valuable community-based social, recreational, volunteer, and vocational opportunities for adults with an intellectual disability. Individuals are successfully supported through person-centered practices to be active and engaged members of the community. RAAI also maintains a successful horticulture therapy program for participants. A program of the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board.
Telephone: (540) 373-7643
Rappahannock Area Court Appointed Special Advocates' highly-trained volunteer advocates speak up for the needs and best interests of children involved in Juvenile Court cases because of parental abuse or neglect.
Telephone: (540) 710-6199
Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault provides a 24-hour crisis hotline and hospital accompaniment, advocacy, brief counseling, support groups, court/legal advocacy, and court accompaniment.
Telephone: (540) 371-1666
The Rappahannock Emergency Medical Services 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 provides people with barriers to employment, particularly those with disabilities, an array of quality vocational and educational services so that they can work most independently.
Loisann’s Hope House provides a safe place for children and families experiencing homelessness. Our program focuses on providing permanent solutions—housing, jobs, transportation and childcare needs—so that people can break the cycle of homelessness. Additional services include shelter, counseling, an on-site childcare center, job placement or referrals and educational opportunities.
Telephone: (540) 371-0831
S.E.R.V.E. provides 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
Smart Beginnings Rappahannock Area leads 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) 479-6944
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