We provide help where it’s needed most—for at-risk youth, ex-offenders, pre-school children, pregnant women, or for anyone in our communities who wants to improve his or her life or needs a second chance.
CHIP provides parent education and health-focused home visits to Medicaid-eligible families, with young children, and pregnant women.
CASA provides trained volunteers who represent the best interests of abused or neglected children as court assigned advocates.
Domestic Violence Shelter and Outreach Program
Provides temporary emergency shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to help victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. A 24-hour crisis hotline offers immediate counseling and support.
Virginia CARES helps ex-offenders and their families make the transition from prison to life in the community. Services include pre-release life skills, post-release referrals to community service providers, and help in securing employment. Watch Video >
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Outreach Program
IRS-certified volunteers provide free basic income tax preparation and electronic filing to individuals and families earning less than $52,000.
Washington County Free Dental Clinic
Volunteer professionals provide dental care for eligible Washington County residents screened and referred by Social Services and the Health Department.
A drop-out prevention and college access preparatory program for high school students that arranges college campus visits, provides academic support counseling, goal-oriented workshops, SAT fee waivers and test preparation, and information on financial aid and college admissions.
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Twice weekly tutoring and mentoring services for at-risk middle and high school students.