|Agency||Services||Contact Name||Contact Email||Phone||Address|
|Family Lifeline||Intensive home visitation services to at-risk families to ensure children are safe, healthy, and ready to learn; older adults and persons with disabilities remain safe.|
|City of Richmond Healthy Start||Supports a healthy pregnancy, a healthy birth and a healthy baby.|
Early Childhood Home Visiting.
|Goodwill||-Career Readiness Assessment and Planning|
-Job Readiness Training and Career Credentialing
-Wraparound support and retention services
-Vocational Rehabilitation Services
-Finances & Credit
-Family Enrichment (partnership via ACTS/St. James)
|Circle Center Adult Day Care||Adult Care services||Amy Bodman,||firstname.lastname@example.org||804-355-5717|
|Unbound RVA||Start Up Services; Small Business Enterpreneurship||Sarah Williams,||Sarah.Williams@UnBoundRVA.org|
|Stop Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN)||Child Abuse Prevention and Family Support||Melissa McGinn, Community Programs Coordinator||MMcGinn@grscan.com||804-647-4541|
|Peter Paul Development Center||Education, Early Childhood||Damon Jiggets,||email@example.com|
|Partnership for Families Northside||Multi-faceted support for families with young children; financial literacy||Veronica Fleming,||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Daily Planet||Integrative health & mental health services; low cost health care.|
Affordable and/or free health/dental services. They don't turn people away for finances.
|Susan Sekerke,||email@example.com||783-0678; 292-3011||517 W. Grace Street or|
180 Belt Blvd, Richmond, Virginia,
|Health Brigade||Low cost health care, case management (formerly Fan Free Clinic)||Karen Legato,||firstname.lastname@example.org||804-358-6343|
|YWCA, Homeless Diversion||Shelter Diversion helpline; Violence Prevention & Women’s Advocacy||DerShawn Jefferson,||email@example.com||804-980-7287|
|Better Housing Coalition||Rental referrals/assistance||Greta J. Harris,||firstname.lastname@example.org||804-644-0546||23 W Broad St Ste 100, Richmond, Virginia,|
|Richmond City Health District||Creighton Court Health Center||Nikki Patterson-Russel,||email@example.com||804-326–4566|
|Communities in Schools||School/Community Advocacy.|
Dedicated to keeping kids in school.
|HumanKind/ Ways to Work||Providing guidance and assistance to those striving to live better and healthier lives. Mission is to strengthen individuals, families and communities through care, counseling and education. https://www.humankind.org||Jonathan Gedeon,||firstname.lastname@example.org||804-888-8226||908 N. Thompson Street, Richmond, Virginia, 23230|
|RVA Works||Entrepreneurship||Dale Fickett,||email@example.com|
|Jewish Family Services||Care management, support|
Recommended contact but unable to make contact.
Lisa Colegrove, Director of Care Management at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 804-282-5644
|Catholic Charities||Multi-faceted: housing, food, clothing, pregnancy counseling https://www.cccofva.org/services www.cccofva.org||Abby Boyd, Director||Abby.Boyd@cccofva.org||545-5039; 648-4177|
|FeedMore/ Meals on Wheels||Nutrition and Food Support; Assistance for Seniors. Distribute nutritious meals and wholesome food directly to our neighbors who need it most.|
|Housing Options Made Equal||Address systemically divisive housing practices through fair housing enforcement and research, advocacy, and statewide policy work. Also, aid first-time homebuyers and foreclosure.|
|Heather Mullins-Crislip, President||help@HOMEofVA.org||804-354-0641|
|ACTS Outreach||Temporary assistance (faith based referral). Funds provided by ACTS are most often used to pay for rent, mortgage and utilities to keep families intact and stably housed.||Hana Yun, Program Manageremail@example.com||644-2402; 644-2405|
|Sacred Heart Center||Spanish language services and family support.||,||804-230-4399|
|Cristo Rae Richmond High School||Catholic learning community that educates young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose and service. Through a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, integrated with a relevant work study experience, students graduate ready to succeed in college and in life.|
|,||804-447-4704||304 N. Sheppard St., Richmond, Virginia, 23221|
|Virginia Parents Advocates||Advocates for parents in assuring their child with disabilities and special needs receives the quality education and life services he or she is entitled to under state and federal law. |
|,||804-366-0046||2209 W. Grace St, Richmond, Virginia, 23220|
|Virginia Dept of Social Services||Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicaid, Adoption, Child Care Assistance, Child Support, Refugee Resettlement Services, and Child and Adult Protective Services. |
|Virginia Individual Development Account (VIDA)||Helps qualified individuals save for a down payment on a home or for capital to start or expand a business. Eligible participants receive training, support and match funding on their savings. The current match rate is $8 for every $1 the participant saves, up to $4,000 in match.|
|Dress 4 Success||Providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. https://centralvirginia.dressforsuccess.org/||,||804-234-3034|
|Church Hill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT)||Church Hill Academy: 9th–12th grade high school.|
After School Program: K–12th mentorship, enrichment group, and tutoring.
Tiny Tykes Preschool: Pre–Kindergarten and Preschool.
Work Leadership Institute: Workforce development for teens.
|Junior League||Assists other community organizations in one-day projects focused on children and families.|
|Neighborhood Resource Center (Fulton)||Support for transitioning to workforce||Cheryl Groce-Wright,||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Richmond Bar Association||The Pro Bono Committee undertakes activities and projects that will encourage and assist members of the Association and the public to make legal representation and services available to the poor and under-served in the Richmond Metro Area.||,||804-780-0700|
|Elite||He will come speak to groups or meet one-on-one with individuals to help walk through their specific Healthcare options. Provides service for FREE and is not associated with a specific insurance company.||Joseph Gregory, Medicare Specialistemail@example.com||804-898-3404|
|Relationships Foundation of Virginia||Parenting support and classes.||Chris ,||firstname.lastname@example.org||804-288-3431||2101 Maywill Street, Richmond, Virginia, 23230|
|Habitat for Humanity||Build homes and communities. Habitat accepts applications for their program every March. Last year they had 110 applicants, 23 of whom met the program requirements. They foresee a need for a program like Circles to help these denied applicants develop goals and work towards them in order to be considered for Habitat's program in the future. They are (1) looking through their denied applicants from last year to see if there are any promising Leader referrals and (2) interested in referring future applicants to us. |
|Mechanic Services. Tell him referred by MELISSA.||Ken Alderson,||804-533-8586|
|Dept of Housing and Urban Development||Solutions to residential needs. |
Contact via www.hud.gov.
|Salvation Army||Youth, Family Services, Homeless, Education, Addiction, Christmas Assistance: http://virginiasalvationarmy.org/richmondva/programs/christmas-assistance/||,||Various locations|
|Toys for Tots||Christmas toy assistance: https://richmond-va.toysfortots.org/local-coordinator-sites/lco-sites/default.aspx?nPageID=100&nPreviewInd=200||,||804-869-7860|
|Bianca Kids||Whether a child is struggling due to mental, physical, emotional or financial issues, every child in need is considered one of Bianca's kids.|
Wishes must be submitted through the website application.