Fauquier Resource Guide 2019-20

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Fauquier Resource Guide 2019-2020

Children Services 

Education, Employment & Job Training 

Emergency Services

Foundation & Nonprofit Support


Helplines & Hotlines

Legal & Court Services

Senior Services

Social Services 


Veteran Services

En Espanol (Spanish)

Children’s Services

4-H Clubs/Virginia Cooperative Extension
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
4-H Clubs are open to youth ages 5–19. Each club is composed of a minimum of 5 members and two adult volunteers. By participating in 4-H clubs, youth learn leadership, citizenship, and life skills while participating in experiential learning opportunities, participating in community service, and serving in leadership roles within the club. 

A Little Heart
P.O. Box 127, The Plains 
www.alittleheartcharity.org, info@alittleheartcharity.org
 A Little Heart’s mission is to provide food and comfort items for children in need from underserved communities in and around Fauquier County Virginia. Project Lunch Box provides funds for elementary and middle schools lunches. Even with government programs in place, there are children going hungry at school. Project Healthy Snack, in partnership with Fauquier FISH, will insure every growing child has a nutritious snack at snack time. Project Sweet Dreams provides comfort, security, and access to educational materials to children in crisis situations. Backpacks are distributed to children through existing social services such as foster care and homeless shelters.

Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier Inc.
169 Keith Street, Warrenton
www.bgcfauquier.org, info@bgcfauquier.org
 A comprehensive youth development program that serves 5 to 18 year olds at three locations during the school year (Cedar Lee Middle School, Marshall Middle School) and a Clubhouse on Keith Street in Warrenton. Summer programming is in the Warrenton Clubhouse only. Priority outcomes are healthy lifestyles, career and academic success, and good character and leadership. These outcomes are achieved through high quality programming such as tutoring, high-yield learning activities, career exploration, community service, health education, life skills training, and more. 

Caring for Angels Child Care Facility
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
 We care for your little angels and teach them basic skills for the future and nurture them in a supportive Christian environment. We are a place where children are taught and cared for, in a safe and loving atmosphere. We provide a skilled staff who care for a diverse group of children of all ages and economic backgrounds with an appreciation for all races and religious views. We are committed to providing an educational experience for every child.

Child Find Fauquier County Public Schools
Child Find is an ongoing process to locate and evaluate children ages 2 (by September 30) to 21 who are suspected of having a disability and are in need of special education services. If your child is between the ages of 2 (by September 30) and 5 years, and you have concerns about his/her development, you may call Fauquier County Public Schools at 540-422-7144 to request a free developmental screening. If your child currently attends Fauquier County Public Schools and you suspect your child may have a disability, please discuss your concerns with your child’s teacher.  If your child is homeschooled or attends private school within Fauquier County, contact the assistant principal of the school your child would attend if enrolled in Fauquier County Public Schools.

Families 4 Fauquier
PO Box 373, Warrenton
www.families4fauquier.com, Families4Fauquier@gmail.com
 Families4Fauquier & Beyond, Inc. is a nonprofit organization passionate about community involvement. We are dedicated to connecting local families who want to make a difference in Fauquier County and beyond. We strengthen and enrich the lives of children and families by offering ways to become good citizens and contribute to our community in positive and meaningful ways. We provide a community calendar, family activities, volunteering opportunities, family friendly community service projects, summer camp listings, preschool directory, and social and educational resources. To learn more about our projects and resources we offer please visit our website, or our Facebook or Instagram pages. 

Fauquier Alliance for Youth (FAY)
169 Keith Street, Warrenton
 FAY’s mission is to support the efforts and enhance the capabilities of organizations that serve Fauquier County youth. Membership is open to all youth serving organizations and individuals. Visit our website, facebook page, or email us directly to learn more. FAY is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.​

Fauquier Community Action Head Start Program
430 East Shirley Avenue, Building C, Warrenton
Fauquier Community Action Head Start program is a federally funded preschool program for income-eligible children, ages 3 to 5 years old, who reside in Fauquier County. We provide comprehensive services to enrolled children and their families which include health, nutrition, family services, social/emotional and educational development.

Fauquier Community Child Care (FCCC)
 FCCC is a licensed, school-aged, non-profit, child care program that has been providing continuous high quality, accessible, and safe care for children in Fauquier County since 1991. The program, based in the county elementary schools, operates before and after school care during the school year in addition to several summer camp programs. Affordable rates, sliding scale tuition is available to income eligible families, and subsidized payments are accepted.

Fauquier County Department of Social Services (DSS)
320 Hospital Hill, Suite 11, Warrenton
See separate Department of Social Services (DSS) listing in the Social Services section of this guide.

Fauquier Professional Childcare
540-423-8718 or 540-439-0132
P.O. Box 633, Remington
Fauquierchildcareservices2005@gmail.com, lorraineschildcare@hotmail.com
Fauquier Professional Childcare Services provides resources and referrals to parents, families, and childcare providers. We promote professional quality support, resources, and technical assistances to providers in family child care. We serve Fauquier, Culpeper, Orange, Prince William and surrounding areas. Business training, technical assistance, and consulting are services also provided. FPC also provides parents referrals and information on child care resources. FPC also coordinates with other agencies and provide CPR Training, MAT (Medical Administration Training), and more. For more information about the program, call or visit the website.

Girl Scouts, Nation’s Capital
25055 Riding Plaza, Suite 120, South Riding
www.gscnc.org, customercare@gscnc.org
 Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts Council Nation’s Capital is 57,000 girls and 27,000 adults strong who believe girls can change the world. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls from coast to coast; Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to do something amazing. For more information on how to Join Girl Scouts; or to volunteer to form a Girl Scout Troop for the girl in your life and her friends contact the Girl Scouts for additional information.

Girls on the Run Piedmont
Kathy Butler, Council Director
PO Box 245, Warrenton
www.gotrpiedmont.org, kathy.butler@girlsontherun.org
Over a period of 10 weeks, girls in the 3rd through 5th grades participate in an after-school program like no other. The Girls on the Run lessons encourage positive emotional, social, mental and physical development. Heart & Sole is Girls on the Run’s program for middle school girls (grades 6th-8th)! Heart & Sole creates a positive, structured space for middle school girls to learn about themselves, explore new ideas, cultivate empathy, strengthen connections and develop life skills that will help them as they move through adolescence and beyond.

Healthy Families Fauquier
Fauquier County Health Department Building
330 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Healthy Families is a free, voluntary program available to expectant parents and those with newborns. Healthy Families helps parents prepare for the birth of their baby and provides information on parenting, child development, and community resources.

Teens Opposing Poverty, Inc. (TOP)
540-955-6260 or 866-955-6260
PO Box 933, Berryville
www.teensopposingpoverty.org, teensopposingpoverty@hotmail.com
At Teens Opposing Poverty we work to develop ministries that give youth the opportunity to interact with the people they are serving. When the interaction occurs, everyone benefits. Many youth who participate in TOP’s ministries learn to appreciate their material blessings and develop greater understanding of those who are less fortunate than themselves. They also realize that they are doing something important for other people.

Coach John Schlenker
 TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is the official United States Youth Soccer program for enriching the lives of children with learning and/or physical disabilities through the game of soccer. TOPSoccer provides an opportunity for children with special needs to learn about and have fun playing soccer, while improving their self-esteem, physical fitness and socialization skills. TOPSoccer is a free program; thanks to the generous support from the Fauquier County Soccer Club and the Virginia Soccer Association. We are always looking for volunteers to support our nearly 100 athletes. For more information on TOPSoccer, please email us.

Verdun Adventure Bound
17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville
 Verdun Adventure Bound (VAB) offers a challenge course, retreat center and amphitheatre. This nonprofit facility covers over 55 acres of natural habitat and is ideal for groups seeking team building in an outdoor educational and adventure experience. VAB may be reserved for use by a variety of groups: church youth groups to youth and adult retreats (excellent in preparation of sacraments); scouting; youth sports teams; adult sports teams; school classrooms to entire school team building; civic organizations; and corporate organizations. The Anne Marie Sheridan Amphitheatre is an outdoor venue perfect for live performances and twilight picnics.

Virginia Preschool Initiative (VPI) Fauquier County Public Schools
Fauquier County Public Schools offers preschool at no cost for children who are four-years-old by September 30 and meet eligibility guidelines. Applications will be available January 15 at all elementary schools and are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Young Life Fauquier County
Matt Walker, Area Director
PO Box 1161, Warrenton, VA 20188-1161
www.fauquiercounty.younglife.org, walkyver@gmail.com
 We have Young Life clubs active in the communities surrounding all three high schools in the county: Fauquier High School, Liberty High School, and Kettle Run High School. High school clubs meet every Monday night during the school year. We also have WyldLife Club for the middle schools in the county. WyldLife meets every other Friday in the fall and spring.

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Education, Employment, and Job Training


4-H Clubs/Virginia Cooperative Extension
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
The youth development education program of Virginia Cooperative Extension, 4-H is rich with learning experiences in which young people partner with caring adults and volunteers in a fellowship unlike any other program available to youth today. Through 4-H, young people are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities that emphasize 4-H’s “learning by doing” philosophy of youth development.

Allegro Community School of the Arts
20 Main Street, Warrenton
www.allegrocsa.org, info@allegrocsa.org
Allegro is a nonprofit organization offering private instruction to students of all ages, on all instruments. Group lessons, workshops, and camps are also offered. Allegro’s Music Academy for the Blind and the music therapy program assist those with disabilities. Levels of curriculum are developed to meet the needs of all our students. Instructional tracks include: recreational, conservatory, and college. The music therapy program is available in individual or group instruction and provides interventions focused on the whole child: social/emotional, cognitive and physical development on all levels. Our blind instruction offers visually impaired students music braille training.

Arc of North Central Virginia (Arc of NCV)
PO Box 852, Bealeton
www.arcofnorthcentralva.org, arcofnorthcentralva@gmail.com
The Arc of North Central Virginia is an advocacy organization committed to enhancing the lives of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), and ensuring that they are valued members of our community who are able to reach their full potential. We are committed to creating an environment that encourages inclusiveness and acceptance through, education, advocacy, and support to families, friends, and our community.

Atlantic Seaboard Dyslexia Education Center (ASDEC)
www.asdec.org, questions@asdec.org
The Atlantic Seaboard Dyslexia Education Center is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) accredited by the International Multisensory Structured Languages Education Council (IMSLEC). Established in 2000, ASDEC’s foundation is based on more than three decades of educational experience serving students with language-based learning disabilities. ASDEC’s graduate-level training in structured multisensory language instruction enables teachers, tutors, parents and other educators to teach success to students with even the most severe learning disabilities.

Autism Society
4340 East-West Hwy, Suite 350, Bethesda
The Autism Society of America has been improving the lives of all affected by autism for over 50 years and envisions a world where individuals and families living with autism are able to maximize their quality of life, are treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued. We provide advocacy, education, information and referral, support, and community at national, state and local levels through our strong nationwide network of affiliates.

Blue Ridge Tutor
www.blueridgetutor.com, carolyn@blueridgetutor.com
Blue Ridge Tutor is a reading specialist and academic coach. Reading problems either occur in decoding (the ability to read words) or comprehension (the ability to understand meaning). As a reading specialist, I remediate both. Academic coaching becomes more significant in middle school. Just like learning a new sport, academic success requires learning the subskills of the process and then putting them together. Examples of sub skills are writing skills, organizing time and paper, learning to support and communicate ideas, and math foundations.

Decoding Dyslexia Virginia – Fauquier/Haymarket Chapter
Lynda Bruni
Decoding Dyslexia Virginia is a grassroots movement focused on linking families to resources, support, and educational interventions for dyslexia. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in Virginia. DDVA Haymarket meets DDVA Haymarket meets periodically. Watch for scheduled meetings on Decoding Dyslexia Virginia facebook page.

Department of the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI)
DBVI provides services to Virginia’s citizens of all ages who are blind, deaf/blind, or vision impaired in maximum level of employment, education, and personal independence. The department focuses on services related to developing skills, confidence, and a positive outlook important for independence. Services include: training to assist individuals in adjusting to the loss of vision; vocational and adjustment counseling and training, adaptive equipment for training and/or employment; rehabilitation engineering services to modify training and/or job sites; and supported employment services for individuals who are blind and have other disabilities. Job placement and follow-up services also provided.

Dyslexia Intervention Services
Academic Language Therapy for Reading and Writing
Christina Seabold Fox, CALT 
www.disofwarrenton.com, ChristinaSeaboldFox@gmail.com
Effective dyslexia therapy for age-appropriate independence in reading and writing. Academic Language Therapy is designed for reading and writing skills, and the instructor has an advanced specialized professional training in the Orton-Gillingham based Academic Language Therapy methodology which builds independence in age-appropriate reading and writing skills for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and related disorders.

Clifton Institute, Inc. Formerly known as Environmental Studies on the Piedmont (ES)
6712 Blantyre Road, Warrenton
www.cliftoninstitute.org, info@cliftoninstitute.org
We are a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization which provides environmental education, conducts ecological research, and restores habitat for native plants and animals. Our field station is located on 900 acres in the northern Piedmont and is permanently protected under a conservation easement.

Fauquier Autism Resource Group
Email Fauquier Autism Resource Group for additional information.

Fauquier Community Action Head Start Program
430 East Shirley Avenue, Building C, Warrenton
Fauquier Community Action Head Start program is a federally funded preschool program. For more information see the full listing in Children Services.

Fauquier County Office of Virginia Cooperative Extension
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
Virginia Cooperative Extension puts university knowledge into the hands of people. We are credible experts and educators who provide information, education, and tools you can use every day to improve your life. Call the local office today to obtain information on agriculture, horticulture, 4-H programs and other related fields.

Fauquier County Public Schools
320 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
 Fauquier County Public Schools, an innovative learning community, is committed to developing creative, confident, and knowledgeable citizens who are globally competitive by cultivating the potential of each learner. FCPS student population numbers about 11,287 students. FCPS includes 11 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 3 high schools and 1 alternative learning school.

Fauquier Education Farm (FEF)
Jim Hankins, Executive Director
www.fauquiereducationfarm.org, fauquieredfarm@gmail.com
FEF is a learning resource for students, farmers, gardeners and anyone wanting to learn more about how our food is grown. The FEF has a dual focus: offers agricultural education and grows produce for local food banks. Programs are conducted to serve existing farmers, beginning farmers, students, and residents of the community. This education component includes: The Beginning Farmer Program; agricultural best practices demonstrations; seminar series; and field trips for school classes (public, private and homeschool).

Free To Be ADHD Coaching
Linda Swanson, MA, ACC 703-508-4774 
Neil Swanson, MA, ACC 703-509-5377
7180 Baldwin Ridge Road, Warrenton
Neil and Linda Swanson each partner with groups and families to transform their ADHD experience from failure to success and from chaos toward order and calm. FREE 20-minute initial phone consultation. Some scholarships available. The website below includes information about coaching plans as well as links to free ADHD resources, including YouTube videos. Thom Hartmann, author of seven books on ADHD, has observed that, “Coaching, it turns out, is one of the most powerful and effective ways for people with ADHD to achieve success.”

International Dyslexia Association
40 York Road, 4th Floor, Baltimore
www.dyslexiaida.org, info@interdys.org
International Dyslexia Association (IDA) focuses on educating families, educators, and other professionals about dyslexia. Resources are also available on the website, including fact sheets, infographics, a video library, and more to assist those wanting or needing to know more about dyslexia and methodologies around proven instruction.

Key To Reading & Writing LLC
Academic Language Therapy for Reading and Writing
Susan Louchen, M.S., CALT
www.keytoreading.com, info@KeyToReading.com
Effective dyslexia therapy for age-appropriate independence in reading and writing. Academic Language Therapists have advanced specialized professional training in the effective Orton-Gillingham based Academic Language Therapy methodology which builds independence in age-appropriate reading and writing skills for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and related disorders. 

Lord Fairfax Community College
Michelle Cribbs
6480 College Street, Warrenton
www.lfcc.edu, mcribbs@lfcc.edu
Lord Fairfax Community College is an institution of higher education with four locations, Middletown, Warrenton, Luray-Page County and Vint Hill, that serves eight localities in the Shenandoah Valley and northern Piedmont region. The College offers more than 75 associate degree and certificate programs and is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees.

Lord Fairfax Community College Workforce Solutions
Professional Development and Continuing Education Lord Fairfax Community College
Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education (WSCE) at Lord Fairfax Community College represents your local, reliable, and trusted partner for quality and relevant workforce training programs that meet the needs of employers and individuals in our community. WSCE offers instructional year-round programs at multiple locations, online, or even on-site at your organization. Programs offered include business and professional development, computers and technology, healthcare and wellness, construction, industry, manufacturing, transportation, and much more.

Literacy Volunteers of Fauquier County
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 10, Warrenton
Literacy volunteers offers ESL and literacy education, help with the GED, and both financial and health literacy. The Workplace offers computer and resume assistance focusing on finding employment. All services are free.

Mayflower Homeschoolers
Under the patronage of Our Lady of Fatima, Mayflower Homeschoolers is a Roman Catholic Independent Homeschool Support Group. It supports homeschoolers, in the counties in and around Fauquier County, including, but not limited to: Culpeper, Fauquier, Loudoun, Manassas, Manassas City, Prince William, Rappahannock, Stafford, and Warren Counties. Mayflower offers monthly (clubs, PE, field trips; works of mercy, religious events, and moms’ nights), quarterly (Feast Day parties, themed dances for teens, including a prom), 2 academic fairs, an annual graduation and parent meeting, member support as needed, and monthly summer outings.

Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC)
8003 Forbes Place, Suite 310, Springfield
www.peatc.org, partners@peatc.org
The Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center builds positive futures for Virginia’s children by working collaboratively with families, schools and communities in order to improve opportunities for excellence in education and success in school and community life. Our special focus is children with disabilities. We do this by providing: services and support for families and professionals, easy-to-understand, research-based information and training, and opportunities for strategic partnerships and advocacy for systemic improvement.

Parent Resource Center 
Fauquier County Public Schools
Please see full listing in the Healthcare section, under disability services, for more information.

Pathways, Inc., Powering Your Path
16413 Shadow Drive, Culpeper
www.poweringyourpath.org, margie@poweringyourpath.org
Pathways, Inc. provides free services and resources to help empower women in the area. Our services include free individualized computer skills and technology training, career coaching, including assistance with the job search, writing resumes, preparing for Interviews, and self-marketing. Our service hours are Monday through Friday from noon until 7:00 p.m. Contact us to register for your free individualized sessions. Want to help? Donate or volunteer today. Pathways, Inc. is a nonprofit 501 (C) 3 organization.

Piedmont Regional Adult and Continuing Education Programs
14270 Achievement Drive, Culpeper
Piedmont Regional Adult & Continuing Education Programs serves the counties of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange & Rappahannock.

Pilinut Press, Inc.
Free articles, worksheets, word games and puzzles, and lesson plans for developing literacy, budget, and food management skills.

Remington Drug Co.
207 E. Main Street, Remington
Remington Drug provides accredited diabetes self-management training and a diabetes support group. For more information call us or visit our website or Facebook page. See our full listing under the Healthcare services in this guide.

Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)
Fauquier County Public Schools
Virginia school divisions are required to have a special education advisory committee. The purpose of the committee is to provide an opportunity for parents and other school board appointees to have a voice in the way that school divisions provide services to students with disabilities. Local SEAC members are appointed by local school boards. The committees provide reports and recommendations to their school boards. Follow the Fauquier County SEAC on Facebook to obtain current information. Contact your local school district for more information or visit VA Department of Education’s website. www.doe.virginia.gov.

Smart Cookie Reading LLC
Academic Language Therapy for Reading and Writing
Liz Gordon, M.Ed.
www.smartcookiereading.com, liz@smartcookiereading.com
Smart Cookie Reading provides one-on-one, intensive, academic therapy to children diagnosed with dyslexia or language based disorders. Multisensory Structured Language Therapy (MSLT) techniques founded on the Orton-Gillingham approach are used to teach reading, spelling, and writing. A multisensory approach is utilized to engage visual, auditory, and kinesthetic pathways in order to enhance memory and learning of written language. Session curriculum is research-based and follows MSLT training, accredited by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC) for working with dyslexic and language based-learning disorders. 

Understood – For Learning & Attention Issues
Supports parents of the one in five children with learning and attention issues. Understood provides resources, free access to experts, and for parents in similar circumstances to share information. 

Verdun Adventure Bound
17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville
For more information see full listing under Children Services. 

Employment and Job Training

10164 Marsh Road, Bealeton
Adult Day Support Program with an emphasis on community engagement. For more information please contact the Program Manager at 540-904-4207. Serving Fauquier County and the surrounding community.

Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS), Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
Employment Services
1300 Sunset Lane, Suite 3120, Culpeper
Employment Services help people with disabilities get ready for, find, and keep a job. DRS have a residential training and medical rehabilitation center known as Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center as well as field offices located across Virginia. The Agency also partners with a network of community rehabilitation providers, also known as Employment Services Organizations. These organizations provide Employment and Vocational Services throughout the state. For students with disabilities moving from high school to further education, work or independence, DARS collaborates with schools in providing Transition Services. DARS also works with federally funded One Stop Centers to provide workforce services to persons with disabilities.

Elite Mentoring
Elite Mentoring is a private agency that is committed to providing individual and group mentoring services in the home, community, and office settings for children, youth, and adolescents.

Goodwill Industries – Youth Workforce
540-581-0620 option 4
The WIOA Youth program will help youth access opportunities for work-based learning, industry recognized credentials, and employment in demand occupations. Key components of the program are: tutoring, adult mentoring, leadership development, on-the-job training, career and academic preparation, paid and unpaid work experience, Internship and training in demand occupations, and pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship training.

Virginia Employment Commission (VEC)
VEC job seeker assistance will only be available by appointment. To schedule an appointment, call Patricia Height at 540-717-0233.

Fauquier County Public Libraries
www.fauquierlibrary.org, books@fauquiercounty.gov

Library cards are free to all county residents and individuals who work in the county. Library cards provide access to the traditional collection, as well as thousands of electronic and digital resources, including online newspapers, magazines, encyclopedias, and business, legal and health resources. All branches provide free Wi-Fi access and free use of public desktop computers with Internet access and the latest Microsoft Office software. The Virginiana Room, located in the Warrenton central library, has an extensive collection of materials focusing on state and local history and genealogical research. The Bealeton branch library provides access to materials from the Foundation Center, the nation’s leading authority on philanthropy. These resources connect nonprofits with grant makers. Story times, activities, and special events for children, teens and adults are provided year-round at no charge at all locations, and book clubs and discussion groups are open to everyone. Volunteers are appreciate at the Friends of the Library Book Cellar. Individuals interested in volunteering may complete the applications which are available on the website. Friends of the Library operate the Book Cellar, a used book store offering books, DVDs, CDs and other materials. All proceeds help support library programs and events. Individuals interested in volunteering at the library or Book Cellar may complete an applications on the library’s website.

Bealeton Branch Library
10877 Willow Drive, North Bealeton

John Marshall Branch Library
4133 Rectortown Road, Marshall

Warrenton Central Library
11 Winchester Street, Warrenton

The Book Cellar (open Friday & Saturday only)
John Barton Payne Building, 2 Courthouse Square, Warrenton

Fauquier Library Summer Reading Program
Annual program for children of all ages which encourages lifelong learning. Participants log the books they read, earn prizes and can attend weekly special events. Separate program also held for adult readers. The program is free thanks to the generous support of The Friends of the Fauquier Library and community sponsors.

Fauquier Library Tax Assistance
Annual tax assistance is provided through a partnership with the Foundation for Tax Assistance. Call 540-422-8465 to schedule an appointment.

National Library Service for the Blind and Handicapped
800-552-7015 or 202-707-5100
www.visionaware.org, nls@loc.gov
VisionAware helps adults who are losing their sight continue to live full and independent lives by providing timely information, step-by-step daily living techniques, a directory of national and local services, and a supportive online community.


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Emergency Services

American Red Cross Central & Shenandoah Virginia
540-825-9291 or Disaster Assistance 855-891-7325
118 East Piedmont Street, Culpeper
The American Red Cross provides programs such as disaster relief services, preparedness, health and safety training, service to the armed forces, blood collections, and volunteer services. The Red Cross also provides shelters, feeds, and emotional support. Plus this organization supports and provides resources to military members, veterans, and their families with emergency communications. For 24/7 disaster assistance, call 855-891-7325. For 24/7 assistance for military members or families, please call 877-272-7337.

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Association)

Fauquier County Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management 
62 Culpeper Street, Warrenton
Fauquier County Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management (DFREM)  is dedicated to providing fire protection, emergency medical services, and related life safety functions. 

Emergency: Call 911

Non Emergency Fire/Dispatch

Emergency Operations Center
540-422-8810, 540-347-6843 or 540-347-1313

EMS Station 1

Company 1: Warrenton VFC

Company 2: Remington VFC & Rescue

Company 3: Marshall VFC

Company 4: The Plains VFC & Rescue

Company 5: Upperville VFC

Company 7: Catlett VFC & Rescue

Company 8: Goldvein VFD

Company 9: Marshall Volunteer Rescue Squad
P.O. Box 225 8472 West Main Street, Marshall

Company 10: New Baltimore VFC & Rescue


Company 11: Orlean VFC & Rescue

Company 13: Lois VFC

Company 14: Remington VFC & Rescue

Company 19: Warrenton Training Center

Law Enforcement Contacts

Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office

State Police, Warrenton Headquarters
455 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton

Warrenton Police Department
333 Carriage House Lane, Warrenton

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Foundation and Nonprofit Support

Fauquier County has many nonprofit organizations which serve community residents. Each entity relies on volunteers and financial support to provide the array of services and support to County residents. For more information on any of the nonprofit organizations in the area, contact PATH Resource Center or visit www.pathforyou.org to volunteer time and assistance.

The Van Gils Law Firm, PLLC
70 Main St #23, Warrenton, VA 20186
www.vangilslawfirm.com, office@vangilslaw.com
The Van Gils Law Firm is a business and estate planning law firm in Warrenton. As part of its business services, the firm has experience organizing and protecting not-for-profit organizations by obtaining tax exempt status, reviewing and drafting contracts, creating a human resource system and protecting copyrights, service marks and trademarks. Special rates for nonprofit organizations are provided. References from nonprofit organizations who are clients are available upon request.

Higher Public Relations, LLC
Danica Low, Owner
 With a heart for helping those who help others, Higher Public Relations is a local public relations company which offers traditional PR services for small businesses, nonprofits and faith-based organizations. Marketing communication services are tailored specifically for churches and organizations which contribute to the common good, or small businesses with a heart. Clients are organizations with a  passion and desire to better the community.

Northern Piedmont Community Foundation
321 Walker Drive, Suite 301, Warrenton
www.npcf.org, jbwilson@npcf.org
Northern Piedmont Community Foundation is a nonprofit, public charity that builds philanthropic capital to enhance and preserve the quality of life in Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, and Rappahannock Counties and to strengthen the region’s nonprofit organizations. We provide broad community leadership by bringing diverse groups of individuals and organizations together to develop community-wide solutions for problems and issues both today and for future generations.

PATH Foundation
321 Walker Drive, Suite 301, Warrenton
www.pathforyou.org, apetty@pathforyou.org
The PATH Foundation is a charitable grantmaking foundation with a mission to strengthen the health and vitality of the community. Since its inception in late 2013, PATH has invested over $11,000,000 in Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper counties. With four core areas of focus – access to care, childhood wellness, mental health, and senior services – the PATH Foundation provides grants and programming for the benefit of the community. For more information, please visit our website. 

PATH Resource Center
321 Walker Drive, Suite 201, Warrenton

Center for Nonprofit Excellence
CNE is a resource for area nonprofits to help strengthen their organization and increase community impact. Made possible through a partnership with the PATH Foundation, CNE offers tools, technical assistance, education, consulting and resources to nonprofits serving northern Culpeper, Fauquier, and Rappahannock counties. Nonprofit topics and trainings include: governance, philanthropy, marketing, finance and community engagement. Hours: Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. 

PATH Community Link 
855-495-LINK (5465)
 PATH Community Link is a call center that acts as a mediator between community members and nonprofit organizations. It’s a free and confidential service available to anyone in the community who is looking for local resources and connects them with agencies in Fauquier, Culpeper and Rappahannock counties. The call center accommodates both Spanish and English speakers and can send requests by text, phone or email Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

PATH Volunteer Hub 
www.letsvolunteer.org, volunteerhub@pathforyou.org
The PATH Volunteer Hub supports resources for recruitment, retention and management of volunteers to match the needs of nonprofits in the area. The Let’s Volunteer website offers nonprofits the ability to list specific in-kind opportunities and allows volunteers to search available positions based upon interests, skills and more. For more information, email us at volunteerhub@pathforyou.org.

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Addiction, Counseling, and Mental Health

This section provides information on addiction, counseling and mental health services in the county and surrounding areas. Organizations which provide addiction assistance are labeled with an asterisk (*).

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse
Peggy Doyle, PMH, CNS, BC
70 Main Street, Suite 23, George Mason Enterprises, Warrenton
Peggy Doyle is an advanced practice psychiatric nurse offering private services. She has practiced in the mental health field for over 35 years and has been established in Warrenton for over eight years. Peggy sees adults, adolescents, and children. Her practice includes, but is not exclusive to, help for anxiety disorders, couples counseling, depression, bipolar disorder, ADD, domestic violence, oppositional disorder, and PTSD.

Anne Zewatsky, LCSW
92 Main Street, Suite 201 #6, Warrenton
Anne sees children, adolescents, families, and women. She provides a wide variety of services, including play therapy for children.

Carol Hawker, LPC, MEd
17 Horner Street, Warrenton
www.carolhawkerlpc.com, cghawker@comcast.net
Carol sees individuals and families, and specializes in women’s issues, separation and divorce, parenting, stepfamily development, and bipolar disorder.

Carole Mathers Hertz, LPC, EdD
Carole Mathers provides a climate which enables the client to have the freedom and trust to explore whatever issues and events are causing them disturbance. A warm, non-judgemental, safe emotional environment provides the basis for self-exploration and problem solving which should enhance their lives. Psychotherapy and sometimes coaching may be intertwined to afford the best outcomes for each individual. Mather specializes in adolescent, individual and couples psychotherapy and consultation.

Childhelp Village
This psychiatric residential treatment facility provides a continuum of healing services for children age 5 through 14 with a full-scale IQ of 55 or higher in a safe, structured environment. The Village also serves as a private day school and provides treatment for children and adolescents with mild to severe trauma or neglect, psychiatric disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Chrysalis Counseling Centers, Inc.*
54 E Lee Street, Warrenton
Chrysalis Counseling Centers provides clinical services in Northern and Central Virginia. We utilize specialized therapies and treatment modalities to meet the challenges individuals experience in their lives. Comprised of highly qualified mental health professionals with extensive expertise in providing clinical services, we help create more fulfilling lives for children, adolescents, adults, and their families. Areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, trauma, mood disorders, substance abuse, anger management, bereavement, families in crisis, life transitions, marital conflicts, parenting, and other life challenges. Clinical services include outpatient, psychiatric, therapeutic day, in-home, mentoring, and other specialized treatment services. Call the office to learn more.

Clarity Counseling, LLC
Alicia Ayvas, LCSW, CEDS
7150 Heritage Village Plaza, Unit 201, Gainesville
www.ClarityCounselingVa.com, aayvas@gmail.com
Clarity is an outpatient treatment center committed to providing quality treatment to individuals, families and groups in the Northern Virginia region. Clarity specializes in providing comprehensive and evidence-based treatment for eating disorder recovery and in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). Clarity has therapists on staff Monday thru Friday and collaborate in-house with nutritionists that offer office hours on the weekend. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Come As You Are (CAYA)*
Addiction Support
P.O. Box 3457, Warrenton
www.cayacoalition.org, info@cayacoalition.org
(CAYA) is a substance abuse prevention coalition to help anyone affected by substance use disorders. We connect people to helpful resources, available treatment, and support groups. We raise community awareness on substance abuse through local prevention programs in Fauquier, Culpeper and the surrounding counties.

Amy Hughes, LPC
www.connections4life.net, amy@connections4life.net
Connections4life Professional Therapy Services offers unique and customized care. We specialize in treating individuals who have experienced trauma and are struggling to make sense of its pervasive impact on mind, body and soul. Our approach examines trauma through a neurobiological lens, incorporating groundbreaking advancements in the study of neurobiology and psychology.

Counseling and Forensic Services*
Melissa Renner, LPC CSOTP
28 Ashby Street, Suite 106, Warrenton
Counseling and Forensic Services, Inc. specializes in providing mental health and other services such as sex offender evaluations and groups for juveniles and adults, anger management, and substance abuse evaluations and group, individual, couples and family therapy for many diverse problems. We take many insurances for individuals. All evaluations and groups are self-pay.

Dan J. Thompson, LPC*
30 Main Street, Suite 300, Warrenton
This practice will be expanding during the summer of 2018 and will provide a full array of services for children, youth, adults, and families. Specialties include substance abuse, adolescent issues, family conflict and varied treatment modalities to address the needs of clients.

Denise Booth, LCSW
92 Main Street, Suite 201#5, Warrenton
Denise specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults and families to help improve relationships and communication patterns. She helps those who are dealing with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and behavioral issues at home and school. She utilizes a strengths-based perspective, incorporating cognitive behavioral techniques, family therapy, and expressive therapies such as art, play, and sand therapy.

Elaine Shea, LCSW
35 Horner Street, #210, Warrenton
Elaine provides a variety of services for adults, including anxiety, depression, loss and grief, relationship issues, struggles with history of abuse, domestic violence, couples counseling, eating instruction and weight management, stress management, cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness-based psychotherapy.

Elite Mentoring
Elite Mentoring is a private agency that is committed to providing individual and group mentoring services in the home and community for children, youth, and adolescents.

Family Focus Counseling Services P.C.*
170 West Shirley Ave, Suite 206, Warrenton
Family Focus is licensed by the state of Virginia as an outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling facility and has a certified Batterer Intervention Program. Family Focus offers a variety of services to meet the needs of adolescents, including individual, couples, family and group counseling.

Families Overcoming Drug Addiction (FODA)*
www.myfodafamily.org, myfodafamily@gmail.com
FODA is a support group that is open to families who have lost someone to addiction or whose lives have been thrown into chaos due to a family member’s addiction. If you or a family member in recovery want the support of others in the same situation, please consider joining one of our support groups. We meet on the first and third Thursday of every month at 6:30 to 8:00 pm in Sycamore A Conference Room at Fauquier Hospital.

Fauquier CADRE*
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquiercadre.org, fcadre@mindspring.com
Fauquier CADRE, Inc. (Community Alliance for Drug Rehabilitation and Education) is a nonprofit organization established in 1989. CADRE’s mission is to reduce youth substance use in our community by delivering evidence-based prevention programs and providing information and education regarding local substance use resources.

H.O.P.E Counseling Services of Virginia
92 Main Street, Suite 202 #5, Warrenton
H.O.P.E. specializes in working with adults 18 and over for individual counseling and providing Christian counseling for those seeking a faith-based approach.

Health Connect America*
23248 Lignum Road, Lignum
Health Connect America provides a variety of services for children, adolescents, and adults, including an intensive in-home program for children.

In Luck Counseling*
Natalia La Maestra Lueck, LPC
28 Ashby Street, #G101, Warrenton
Mrs. Lueck provides individual and family mental health counseling services for adolescents (13+) and adults. Mrs. Lueck’s clinical areas of focus include counseling individuals with symptoms of PTSD, survivors of abuse or neglect, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, compulsive urge disorders (e.g., hoarding, eating, skin picking, hair pulling, cutting, etc.), and addiction or substance abuse disorders. Mrs. Lueck also has a special interest in helping individuals manage chronic health conditions like autoimmune diseases, organ transplants, heart failure, and cancer. In Luck also provides services in Spanish.

Jamie Austin, LPC*
39 Garrett Street, Suite 109, Warrenton
Jamie Austin is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Virginia who specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents and adults who suffer from PTSD, depression, anxiety, trauma, sexually harmful behaviors, and addiction. Jamie provides both individual and family counseling services and accepts most major insurances.

Jane Probst, LCSW
39 Garrett Street, Suite 109 (Thursday hours only), Warrenton
www.jcpchildandfamily.com, jcprobstmsw@gmail.com
Our services provide a safe and respectful environment to meet the mental health needs of all family members within our five-county area of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock. The primary office is located at 317 S. West Street, Culpeper.

Jessica Jacobs, LCSW, LLC
Individual and Family Therapist
20 Ashby Street, Suite 100, Warrenton
www.jacobslcsw.com, jjacobs@jacobslcsw.com
Jessica Jacobs, LCSW is an individual, family, and couples therapist who provides a safe and non-judgmental environment that fosters the working relationship and promotes trust. Sessions are tailored to the needs of each individual and family. Jessica strives to help her clients identify strengths and develop strategies towards change and improved functioning. She works with children, adolescents, and adults using a variety of therapeutic techniques to include interventions from evidence-based therapies.

Life Line Addiction Foundation Inc.  & Life Line Counseling Center*
George L. Swanberg LCSW, LSATP, MAC; Mary Lou Swanberg, CHPC
381 Stuyvesant Street, Warrenton
www.lifelinehealth.org; gswanberg@lifelinerecovery.com; marylouswanberg@gmail.com
Life Line Counseling offers outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment for substance abuse, addiction and mental health issues. Services are covered by most commercial insurance and the new Medicaid-ARTS program, where people with few resources can get immediate assistance. We offer help for parents in setting limits on the use of drugs, alcohol, and electronic devices. Our certified high performance coach can assist you in becoming your Best Self- Ever!  to have joy, confidence and engagement continuously in all areas of your life. Our POWER BRAINING™ program offers multi-weekly sessions to exercise and activate the brain targeting mental and physical skills.

Live Life Well Coordinator
Karen David, RN CWC
70 Main Street, Suite 23, Warrenton
www.livelifewellconsulting.com, karen@livelifewellconsulting.com
Live Life Well, LLC is a Holistic Health/Wellness business focusing on promoting self-care to encourage powerful individuals to lead purposeful lives, and assists those living with chronic illness. Each personal coaching session is based on the client’s wellness goals in areas of health maintenance and stress reduction. Live Life Well, LLC offers clients a process to learn, make and implement for healthier life choices. The coaching process includes: wellness assessments, defining goals and desires, embrace self-love, and lower personal barriers. The coaching process begins with a FREE initial consultation and services are available in packages of 12 weeks and greater.

Marianne Clyde Center for Holistic Psychotherapy
Marianne Clyde, LMFT, PLLC
20 Ashby Street, Suite 105, Warrenton
The Marianne Clyde Center for Holistic Psychotherapy, was founded by Marianne Clyde, licensed marriage and family therapist, author of three Amazon best sellers, and creator of Zentivity.guru. The therapists at the center offer counseling to individuals, couples, and families who struggle with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues, and also offer a variety of groups and workshops.

Mary Combemale, LCSW
436 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Emergency and restorative care services for survivors of abuse, including housing assistance.

Mental Health Association of Fauquier County*
www.fauquier-mha.org, mhafc1@gmail.com
The Mental Health Association of Fauquier County is a nonprofit advocacy and action group offering information about mental health and addiction issues, and referral to local mental health and substance use resources for individuals and families in the community (see MHAFC website for listing of local counseling resources). MHAFC collaborates with the Fauquier County Public Schools and other local organizations on prevention, early identification and treatment for young people through the Youth and Family Initiative, and works with community partners to advocate for and strengthen the delivery of mental health and substance use supports in this area.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Piedmont
www.namipiedmontva.org, weigelww@yahoo.com
NAMI Meeting: First Wednesday of each month from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Fauquier Hospital (Sycamore Room A). Confidential support group meeting for family members of and individuals dealing with mental health challenges such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, borderline personality disorder, OCD, PTSD, anxiety, and panic disorder. NAMI FSG (Family Support Group) Meeting: 3rd Monday of each month from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Fauquier Hospital (Sycamore Room A). It is a confidential support group for family members of individuals living with a mental illness. NAMI Connections Meeting: The 3rd Monday of every month from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Fauquier Hospital (Sycamore Room B). A confidential support group for individuals living with mental health challenges such as those mentioned above.

National Counseling Group, Inc.*
13230 Lovers Lane, Culpeper
www.ncgcommunity.com, bryna.may@ncgcommunity.com
National Counseling Group, Inc. is a Medicaid provider offering intensive in-home services (IIH), mental health support services (MHSS) and outpatient counseling to adults, children, youth, and families. Additional services include FAPT funded services such as parent coaching, therapeutic mentoring, and home based counseling. National Counseling Group, Inc. services the counties of Culpeper, Fauquier, Rappahannock, Madison, and Orange.

Novant Health, Prince William and Haymarket*
8700 Sudley Road, Manassas
In addition to inpatient and intensive outpatient services, Novant also offers group therapy and support services for individuals and families. Novant also offers adult and adolescent group services. Educational groups are also offered twice each month.

Patrick Lee Gibbons, LPC, MMFT*
32 Ashby Street, Suite 203, Warrenton
Gibbons is a LPC who offers treatment in substance abuse, trauma-focused behavioral therapy, and faith-based therapeutic supports. Services are provided to individuals, couples and families.

Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services*
15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper
Please see full listing of Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services in the Social Services section of this guide.

ReEmerge Child Therapy
Tenne Wordsworth, LCSW
436 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
ReEmerge Child Therapy is a family and community based mental health provider focused on building individual resilience by strengthening family bonds. Wordsworth works with school-aged children with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges.

Resurrection Dignity, Inc.
P.O. Box 3170, Warrenton
www.rdignity.org, resurrectiondignity@gmail.com
Helps restore women who have had major setbacks. Resurrection Dignity helps women become self-sufficient, self-productive members of the community by filling an immediate need, then connecting them to organizations that meet their continued needs to get on their feet. Our goal, after meeting the initial need, is to offer mentoring, counseling, and training to restore women’s self-worth. Resurrection Dignity sponsors music ministry events that encourage the hearts of hurting women to know it’s okay to get help in time of challenge or crisis, and raises funds to support their transitional needs, especially in the areas of mentoring, counseling, and training.

Sarah Powell, BirthinMind, APRN PMHNP-BC
92 Main Street, Suite 202 #1, Warrenton
www.birthinmind.com, s.powellnp@gmail.com
Powell is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner who provides holistic, patient-centered care by partnering with clients to achieve their mental health goals. She assists individuals in reconnecting their body, mind, and spirit, through the use a variety of techniques and an integrative approach, and encourages patients to become an active participant in the healing process. Children and adolescents are the largest population she serves, and BirthinMind sub-specializes in perinatal psychiatry, working with women with mental illness who are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or have recently delivered their babies.

Spero Works LLC
Ashlea Hopkins, LCSW
www.speroworkstherapy.com, ashlea@speroworkstherapy.com
Spero Works provides mental health and sport performance counseling, coaching clinics, small groups, and has experience in providing treatment for trauma, chronic suicidal ideation, anxiety, school refusal, social anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, as well as family and couples issues.

Spiritual Care Support Ministries
Rev. Liz Danielsen, Founder and Executive Director
76 West Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
www.scsm.tv, chaplainliz@scsm.tv
SCSM is a 501 (c) 3 non-denominational organization. SCSM provides faith-based support for those who are ill, dying, grieving, and experiencing personal loss. Support is provided through individual counseling, support groups, spiritual retreats, inspirational studies and various community events. We offer support for bereavement, child loss, spouse loss, divorce, teen support, chronic illness, caregivers, pet loss and more. SCSM’s goal is not to “fix” people but to journey with them, strengthening them through hope and faith, and giving them the love, compassion and value they deserve. All services are provided free of charge and are available to anyone in need.

Spruce Mind & Wellness
Dr. Britt Lindon
Marshall, Virginia 20115

Trauma Recovery and Education Counseling Center
Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D LCSW CTS
17 South Fifth Street, Room K, Warrenton
Mary Beth offers a variety of services for teens and adults for issues involving trauma and PTSD.
Warrenton Women’s Counseling Center
(AKA Girls Stand Strong)

Michelle Kelley, LCSW
92 Main Street, Suite 202 #2, Warrenton
We offer relief for stressed out, anxious, and overwhelmed girls, as well as support for anxious and depressed women, and those struggling with difficult relationships.

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Assisted Living

Assisted living provides a special combination of residential housing, personalized supportive services and healthcare. These services are designed for the individual needs of those who require help with activities of daily living (dressing, bathing, grooming, etc.), but do not require the skilled medical care provided in a nursing home. Various services and levels of care are available, but most locations provide assistance with daily activities, meals, laundry, and housekeeping.

English Meadows Senior Living Community
239 Alexandria Pike, Warrenton
www.englishmeadowsslc.com, micaela@twenty20management.com
English Meadows provides care options which include assisted living and memory care. The Warrenton campus provides 39 residential units. English Meadow’s mission is to provide quality, affordable senior living care for residents.

Auxiliary Grant for Assisted Living
Facility Assistance
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Warrenton 
Fauquier County Department of Social Services. An auxiliary grant from DSS is an income supplement for individuals who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and certain other aged, blind, or disabled individuals who reside in a licensed assisted living facility (ALF) or an approved adult foster care (AFC) home. Payments are issued to individuals monthly, to be used with a designated amount of their monthly income to pay an ALF or AFC maximum monthly rate. Eligibility: Prior to admission to an assisted living facility, an individual must be assessed by an adult services social worker at their local department of social services or another qualified assessor. The individual applying for an auxiliary grant, or the individual’s designated representative, should contact an assessor and request the assessment.

Blue Ridge Christian Home
7034 Catlett Road, Bealeton
Blue Ridge Christian Home is a family-owned, licensed assisted living facility with nurses on staff. Located on a farm; administrator lives on property. This care setting provides an intermediate level of care for individuals not able to live independently, but who do not require 24 hours of care. 

The Villa at Suffield Meadows
6735 Suffield Lane, Warrenton
A 56-apartment assisted living facility. Details are available on the website.

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Disability Services

Arc of North Central Virginia (Arc of NCV)
PO Box 852 Bealeton
www.arcofnorthcentralva.org, arcofnorthcentralva@gmail.com
The Arc of North Central Virginia is an advocacy organization committed to enhancing the lives of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), and ensuring that they are valued members of our community who are able to reach their full potential. We are committed to creating an environment which encourages inclusiveness and acceptance through education, advocacy and support to families, friends and our community.

Children and Adults with ADHD (CHADD)
A free support group for parents of kids with ADHD meets from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of each month in the upstairs eating area of Wegmans in Gainesville. This come-when-you-can support group offers parents an opportunity to share their challenges, strategies, recommendations, referrals, and questions with other parents of kids with ADHD and similar challenges. This group is sponsored by CHADD of Northern Virginia and DC and is facilitated by Warrenton-based ADHD coaches Neil and Linda Swanson.

Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired
11150 Fairfax Boulevard, Suite 502, Fairfax
The Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired is a state agency serving Virginians of all ages (birth and upward) who are blind or vision impaired. Our education coordinators work with blind or vision impaired children, their parents, teachers, and the community to ensure they have what they need to succeed. Vocational rehabilitation counselors assist in educational planning and employment placement. Orientation and mobility instructors train individuals on orientation techniques and how to navigate the environments safely. Vision rehabilitation teachers teach Braille and independent living skills. We also ensure our clients have access to low vision exams and low vision aids.

disAbility Resource Center
540-373-2559 (voice), 540-373-5890 (CAPTEL)
409 Progress Street, Fredericksburg
www.cildrc.org, drc@cildrc.org, klett@cildrc.org
The disAbility Resource Center supports people with disabilities of all types and ages to reach their highest potential of independent living. dRC provides five core services  independent living skills training, advocacy, peer counseling, transition (high school to adulthood and institutional care to one’s home), and information and referral including community trainings. The dRC sponsors a durable medical equipment reuse program, a deaf and hard of hearing department, a youth services department, and various other services to help people reach their individual goals of independent living. The dRC also provides information, referral and advocacy to people in the area

Fauquier Adult Day Healthcare Center
540-347-2797 or 540-825-4100 ext 3427
430 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
See full listing under Senior Services.

Moms in Motion
P.O. Box 609, Front Royal
www.momsinmotion.net, info@MomsInMotion.net
Moms in Motion is a service facilitation provider for Medicaid CD-PAS (EDCD CCC+, CL & FIS Waivers, EPSDT program) enrollees. Our mission is to enhance the outcome for all of our clients by using personal-centered practices while providing superior service, sharing resources, expanding knowledge and networking. Our primary areas of growth include advocating in the school systems for younger clients, assisting younger adults with the transition to independence, and helping aging clients be cared for by people who love them. Primary clients include: children, young adults, and the aging population.

National Library Service for the Blind and Handicapped
800-552-7015 or 202-707-5100
www.visionaware.org, nls@loc.gov
The branch of the Library of Congress supplies recorded books and playing equipment to the blind, among other services. A form signed by a doctor or a librarian is required.

Parent Resource Center Fauquier County Public Schools
Marilyn McCombe, Parent Coordinator
430 E. Shirley Avenue, Building A, Warrenton
The primary purpose of the Fauquier County Parent Resource Center (PRC) is to help families of children accessing special education services get connected with the information and resources they need. Resources are also available to assist teachers and staff. A Parent coordinator is available for consultation and to refer parents to a variety of resources. We strive to be a partner in education helping to support collaboration between parents, schools and the community. Advocacy training and information, parent workshops and a lending library are core PRC offerings. Staff Hours: Monday and Wednesday from 10:00am through 2:00pm – other hours by appointment. Office is located in the Central Complex on Shirley Avenue.

Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers
PO Box 647, Madison
www.sdwr.org, brenda@sdwr.org
Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers (SDWR) is a fully incorporated 501 (c) 3 organization that trains and provides Service Dogs and provides education, advocacy and awareness about the role of service dogs and the different types of assistance they may provide to persons with invisible health issues such as Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, seizure disorders, hypoglycemic unawareness, post traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and some spectrum disorders such as Asperger’s or Autism.

Social Security Administration
540-825-5781 or 877-531-4694
1014 South Main Street, Culpeper
This local office of the federal Social Security Administration is available to answer questions and help resolve problems concerning Social Security and the benefits available to people who are retired, people who are disabled, survivors of workers who have died, and dependents of Social Security beneficiaries.

Special Olympics
Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office: Community Services & Crime Prevention
540-422-8600 or 540-422-8677
78 West Lee Street, Warren-ton
Special Olympics is an international program of year round sports training and athletic competition for more than one million children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit participates in the national track and field events and serves on the local Special Olympics Committee. For additional information please contact the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit.

Coach John Schlenker
TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is the official United States youth soccer program for enriching the lives of children with learning and/or physical disabilities through the game of soccer. TOPSoccer provides an opportunity for children with special needs to learn about and have fun playing soccer, while improving their self-esteem, physical fitness and socialization skills. TOPSoccer is a free program; thanks to the generous support from the Fauquier County Soccer Club and the Virginia Soccer Association. We are always looking for volunteers to support our nearly 100 athletes. For more information on TOPSoccer, please email us.

Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
19006 Crossroad Parkway, Culpeper
www.vadars.org, Jackie.Kanupp@dars.virginia.gov or Tiffany.Jenkins@dars.virginia.gov
The Division of Rehabilitative Services offers vocational rehabilitation to assist people with disabilities to prepare for, secure, retain or regain employment. Comprehensive, integrated medical and vocational rehabilitation services are provided to enhance an individual’s independence and employability. Administers programs to support the significantly disabled maximize their independence, employment and inclusion into society. Oversees local programs that investigate reports of abuse, neglect and exploitation of older adults as well as incapacitated adults. Processes claims for federal benefits under the Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income Disability Programs. DARS also helps provide workforce services to persons with disabilities. DARS works with community partners to assist individuals in achieving their goals of employment and/or independence. 

Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (State Agency)
Outreach Manager
804-662- 9502 (Voice / TTY); VideoPhone: 804-325-1290
1602 Rolling Hills Drive, Suite 203, Hernia
The Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (VDDHH) works to reduce communication barriers between persons who are deaf or hard of hearing and those who are hearing. This is accomplished through three programs: Virginia Relay (Traditional Relay Service and CapTel Relay), Interpreter Services (Interpreter Coordination for Virginia Court System and state agencies, and VQAS Screening for Interpreters), and Outreach, who provide direct services to Virginians with hearing loss. The Technology Assistance Program is also available and may provide amplified and captioned telephone, personal amplifiers, signalers with flashing lights or very loud tones, or both. Contact us for more information.

Visions Clubhouse
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services

See full listing under Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services under the Social Services listings.

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Free Medical Clinics

Fauquier Free Clinic – Warrenton (Main) Office 
35 Rock Pointe Lane, Warrenton
www.fauquierfreeclinic.org, info@fauquierfreeclinic.com

Medical and Mental Health Services
The Fauquier Free Clinic provides primary medical and mental health services, to low income, uninsured residents of Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties. In many cases, the Clinic can provide medications at no charge. The Warrenton clinic is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday by appointment. A Thursday evening Walk-In clinic begins at 5pm; no appointment is necessary but you may call in advance during office hours to be put on the Walk-In list. New patients are screened for their eligibility on Mondays between 10 and Noon or at the Walk-In clinic on Thursday evening. Please call in advance, or go to our website, to find out what you need to bring to establish your eligibility. The Rappahannock clinic is open the third Wednesday evening of each month and provides medical services only. Residents of either county can attend either clinic. Call for details. 

Dental Services
The dental clinic provides emergency and preventive care to children on Medicaid, adults on Medicare and uninsured adults as long as they meet our financial criteria. Services include comprehensive exams, fillings, extractions, X-rays and cleanings. Oral surgery and assistance in obtaining dentures is offered on a limited basis. Call to ask about an appointment.

Rappahannock (Satellite) Office
Rappahannock County Health Department
491-A Main Street, Washington
Registration first and third Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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Home Health Providers

When an individual is stricken with a debilitating disease such as dementia or cancer, families may need in-home assistance. In some cases, a doctor may write a prescription qualifying a patient for in-home medical visits. In other cases, families may turn to a non-medical personal care agency, or to a company that provides both. This section lists organizations working to meet the wide range of home health services.

ACTI-KARE Responsive In-Home Care
540-727-0024, available 24/7
Acti-Kare Responsive In-Home Care is committed to providing compassionate caregivers for your loved one. We provide non-medical personal and companion care. Our services include: home companionship, light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, medication reminders, transportation, respite care, shopping, assist with bathing, live-in services, and we excel with Alzheimer and dementia care. Our caregivers are screened, bonded, and insured and have the highest level of compassion to your loved one while remain in their home. We are a private pay service and accept long term care insurance.

AmeriCare Plus-Care
321 North Madison Road, Orange
Compassion and security in the comfort of your home. We are a family owned agency providing personalized care for adults and children who wish to maintain their dignity and independence in the comfort and security of their home. Our services are available short term, respite, long-term, 24 hours per day, and live-in; 365 days a year including holidays. Services include supervision, housekeeping, home cooked meals, nutrition management, medication reminders, transportation, errands, mother’s helper, pet assistance, and assistance with all activities of daily living. Accept forms of payment include: private duty private pay, veterans aid and attendant, Commonwealth coordinated care, long term care policies, worker’s compensation and all Medicaid waivers. 

At Home Your Way
Melissa Mellon
800-417-0908 ext. 2001
P.O. Box 609, Front Royal
At Home Your Way is a service facilitation provider, coordinating care for the elderly or for persons with disabilities. We cover the entire state of Virginia. If you, or someone you care about requires help to remain at home due to a long-term illness, congenital issue, or diagnoses such as Autism, Down Syndrome, or Cerebral Palsy, there are programs which can help. Our service area includes: Fauquier, Prince William, Manassas Park, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Caroline, Rappahannock, Culpeper, Warren, Shenandoah, Page, and Fredericksburg.

Care Perfections Health Services LLC
170 W Shirley Ave, Suite 202, Warrenton
www.CarePerfections.com, info@careperfections.com
We aim for your total satisfaction as we treat you like family. Our home health care and transportation programs are designed to specifically address your nursing, therapy, companionship, personal care and transportation needs. Care Perfections also has a career institute where we train our students to become the best certified nursing assistants.

Caring Angels Home Health
540-450-6813, 1-855-919-CAHH (2244)
420 W Jubal Early Drive, Suite 240, Winchester
Serving 11 counties in Virginia and five counties in West Virginia, Caring Angels Home Health strives to promote and restore a patient’s overall health in the comfort of their own home by providing continuity of care. Our staff provides high quality care with honesty and integrity. We provide skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, medical social work and certified nursing assistants. Caring Angels Home Health is independently owned and operated and Joint Commission Accredited. Traditional Medicare covers our skilled services at 100 percent with no out of pocket costs and we accept most major insurances. 

Cleansing Water, Inc.
30 Main Street, Suite 234, Warrenton
www.cleansingwater.com, info@cleansingwater.com
Cleansing Water is a private home healthcare company with services including skilled nursing, certified nursing assistants, companion care and care management. Licensed by the Department of Health. Offers initial assessment at no charge. Offers 24/7 emergency on-call contact. In business for over 19 years; serving the counties of Fauquier, Culpeper, Prince William, Loudoun, and Rappahannock.

Commonwise Home Care
Formerly Commonwealth Care Group
Commonwise Home Care is a premium home care services provider devoted to helping clients retain their health, freedom, and good spirits. We provide companionship, personal care, and care management services wherever our clients call home. Commonwise exists to provide the highest quality services by remaining dedicated to selectivity through the use of our proprietary, evidence-based selection methodology to ensure every caregiver demonstrates the competencies necessary to provide exceptional care. We provide around-the-clock care, ranging from four to 24 hours per day. We are licensed through the Virginia Department of Health and accept private pay and Long Term Care Insurance.

FirstLight Home Care
540-579-7570 Call 24/7
37 Main Street, Warrenton
Servicing Fauquier, Culpeper, Stafford, Orange, and Southern Prince William Counties, FirstLight focuses on client happiness, peace of mind, and quality of life. Services include: bathing, personal hygiene, continence and toileting care, special diets, meal preparation, feeding, light housekeeping, laundry, and many more. We offer a unique individualized dementia program whose goal is to make sure those affected by the disease live a purposeful life. Other services include respite care, hospital to home services, travel companion, care for new or busy moms, and care for disabled adults with disabilities. Long term care insurance, veterans aid, worker’s compensation and private pay are accepted.

Heaven Sent, LLC
6432 Lancaster Drive, Warrenton
www.heavensentpca.com, heavensent@heavensentpca.com
A state licensed, in-home personal care assistance service providing personal hygiene care, respite care, transportation to appointments, medication reminders, meal preparation, light housekeeping, laundry, errands, and companionship. Love the peace of mind with our professionally trained staff who are experienced in caring for those with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Parkinson’s, Cancer, COPD, Multiple Sclerosis and more. Long-term care insurance and VA benefits will usually cover the cost of our services.

Home Instead Senior Care
9309 Center Street, Suite 104, Manassas
Serving all of Fauquier and Prince William Counties, Home Instead Senior Care provides non-medical in-home assisted living services to help family caregivers and support older adults who want to stay in their homes as long as possible. Assistance includes meal planning and preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, errands/transportation, companionship, assistance with personal care such as bathing, dressing and toileting, short-term recovery assistance, respite and Alzheimer’s/dementia care. Long-term care insurance and the Veterans Administration Aid & Attendance benefit will often pay for our services.

Hope In Home Care
Mary A. Clark, Administrator
540-718-9003 (Call 24/7)
70 Main Street, Warrenton
www.hopeinhomecare.org, maryclark@hopeinhomecare.org
The local HIHC has been assisting area residents to remain independent and in their homes since 2013. We currently serve Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock. We accept Medicaid and most other insurances. Our caring and compassionate staff is available to speak with you about your specific needs at any time. 

Mid-Atlantic Home Health
540-347-4774 or 800-989-0055
183-1 Keith Street, Warrenton
Mid-Atlantic Home Health is a licensed Medicare and Medicaid certified home health agency. We also accept commercial insurance, private pay and workman’s compensation. We offer a complimentary evaluation by a registered nurse to determine the appropriate level of care for every patient, provide a customized plan of care and supervise each case. We have been bringing healthcare home since 1985 by providing skilled nursing care, rehabilitation services, personal care aides, and long-term care.

Right at Home In Home Care and Assistance
8834 Rixlew Lane, Manassas
Service area includes Fauquier, Loudoun and Prince William Counties. Our staff provides personal care, companions, and skilled nursing services to help individuals maintain independence in the home for as long as possible. Care is customized to meet individual needs. Some services include care in the following: Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, post surgery/hospitalization, traumatic brain injury, stroke, heart and lung disease care, and more. Companions provide transportation, light housekeeping, meal prep, safety stand by and more. Skilled nursing- wound care, catheter and colostomy care, blood draws, medication setup and administration and more. Hourly, 24/7 available. We are licensed and insured.

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Hospice Providers

Hospice care focuses on maintaining quality of life during the last chapter of a person’s life. In most cases, it is paid for by Medicare. A physician’s referral is required to start hospice care. There are many hospice organizations which serve Fauquier County; families can choose which they prefer. Hospice provides support to the patient and family by keeping the patient as comfortable as possible, while maintaining his or her dignity and quality of life and allows the patient to remain at home as long as possible. Hospice also serves people living in institutions.

Blue Ridge Hospice
Blue Ridge Hospice services northern Fauquier County and provides compassionate physical, emotional and spiritual care to people of all ages coping with end-of-life challenges. Additionally, we offer expert services to help loved ones manage the challenges that come along with advanced illnesses.

Capital Caring Hospice and Palliative Care The Adler Center for Caring
703-957-1800; Referrals: 800-869-2136
400C Hospital Drive, Warrenton
www.capitalcaring.org, ayoung@capitalcaring.org
Capital Caring helps patients and loved ones make the most of every moment together by offering coordinated care, comfort and dignity to those living with serious illness. We help families by providing pain relief, symptom management, emotional and spiritual support, and compassion. Our service area includes Fauquier, Culpeper, Rappahannock, and Prince William Counties. We provide care in a patient’s home, nursing home, assisted living facility, hospital or at one of our four hospice inpatient facilities. The Adler Center for Caring is a hospice inpatient facility for short stay symptom management and delivers one of a kind interventional pain management in an outpatient clinic.

Heartland Hospice of Warrenton
400 Holiday Court, Suite 101, Warrenton
Heartland Hospice of Warrenton helps patients and families work through end of life issues, whether they are physical, emotional, spiritual or social in nature. We enhance quality of life for our patients by providing specialized symptom and pain control through a team of home care aides, registered nurses, social workers, chaplains, veteran care coordinators, pet and massage therapy, nurse practitioners and physicians. Our staff lives and works locally to ensure your needs are met quickly and efficiently 24 hours a day.

Hospice of the Piedmont
434-817-6900 or 1-800-975-5501
1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2320, Culpeper
www.hopva.org, info@hopva.org
Hospice of the Piedmont is the area’s oldest nonprofit, community-based hospice, serving Fauquier and the surrounding area since 1980. We provide end-of-life care and grief support services at no cost to the patient or family. We help maintain a patient’s dignity, comfort, and quality of life. Our professional staff and volunteers address the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being of every patient and their loved ones. Grief support services are available to any member of the community – not just hospice patients. We care for patients in their home, a nursing home, assisted living facility, or hospital. 

Hospice Support of Fauquier County
42 N Fifth Street, Warrenton
www.hospicesupport.org, Lauren@hospicesupport.org
Hospice Volunteers provide free compassionate care and respite for terminally ill patients and their families, grief counseling by certified therapists. We also provide a large medical equipment loan closet which is free and offers: wheelchairs, walkers, electric hospital beds, shower benches/chairs, lift chairs, and Hoyer lifts.

Mary Washington Home Health and Hospice</b
Hospice service in southern Fauquier County only.

Medi Home Health & Hospice
Medicare certified provider and private pay. JCAHO accredited. Skilled services for the “homebound” and home health nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical social workers, speech therapy, and home health aides to assist with personal care.

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Hospital Services

Fauquier Hospital/Fauquier Health
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton

Cardiac Rehabilitation
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
Fauquier Health Wellness Center helps people suffering from heart disease by providing post-heart attack and cardiac surgery rehabilitation on an outpatient basis.

Community Education
Fauquier Hospital offers classes, lectures and other opportunities for the community. They are published quarterly in Healthy Happenings, the hospital’s newsletter, and on the health system’s website at www.fauquierhealth.org under Events and Education.

Diabetes Specialty Clinic
Offers diabetes management classes and support groups for those with diabetes and their loved ones.

Emergency Room
Fauquier Hospital’s Emergency Department is open 24/7, has 33 treatment rooms and provides services to more than 30,000 patients each year. A heliport is available for seriously ill or injured patients requiring treatment at major trauma centers.

Family Birthing Center
More than 800 babies are born each year at Fauquier Hospital. The hospital’s dedicated staff of OB/GYN physicians and obstetrical nurses provides a rare degree of personal care. Classes on childbirth preparation and newborn care are offered. The Birthing Center also employs neonatal practitioners, who care for newborns who need special care. The Birthing Center also has an Intermediate Care Nursery for newborns who need special care.

Fauquier Health Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
360 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
FHRNC is a 113-bed center located on the Fauquier Hospital campus, offering both long-term care as well as short-term rehabilitation. Its proximity to and affiliation with the hospital allow for convenient continuity of care.

Home Care Shop
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Offers a comprehensive array of home medical supplies, wound care supplies, and comfort care items. 

Infusion Center
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Fauquier Hospital’s Infusion Center provides chemotherapy treatments, blood transfusions and other outpatient infusions and injections. The Infusion Center is located on the first floor of Fauquier Hospital, adjacent to Fauquier Health Hematology/Oncology, providing easy access to a hematology/oncology physician at all times.

Outpatient Services
Many services are performed on an outpatient basis, including same-day surgeries, infusion therapy including chemotherapy, endoscopies, radiology studies, EKGs and stress tests, neurophysiology testing, echocardiography, lab testing, acid reflux testing, respiratory therapy and pulmonary rehabilitation.  To schedule a procedure, patients may call the scheduling line at 540-316-5800.

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
253 Veterans Drive, Warrenton
7915 Lake Manassas Drive, Gainesville
From infants to older adults, this department offers physical, occupational and speech therapy.

Physician Referral and Program Registration
Handling thousands of calls each year, this free service helps residents find a physician that is right for them. The service also takes registrations for the hospital’s classes and community programs, offers price quotes for procedures completed at the hospital, provides support group information, and maintains the most recent information on which health care plans are accepted at Fauquier Hospital.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
A medically prescribed program for those who have chronic obstructive or restrictive lung diseases, such as COPD, chronic asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension.

Sleep Center
Warrenton Professional Center, 493 Blackwell Road, Warrenton
This hotel-like lab is able to provide a variety of sleep diagnostic studies and physician consults for those suffering from sleep disorders.

The Villa at Suffield Meadows
6735 Suffield Lane, Warrenton
A 56-apartment assisted living facility. Details available on the website. 

The Wound Healing Center
493 Blackwell Road, Suite 101A, Warrenton
Multi-specialty physicians at The Wound Healing Center treat difficult or chronic wounds by offering advanced treatment options, including hyperbaric oxygen chambers.

Wellness Center
419 Holiday Court, Suite 200, Warrenton
A full-service fitness facility, the Wellness Center offers up-to-date fitness equipment and classes. Cardio and pulmonary rehabilitation sessions are held at the Wellness Center, as well as extensive diabetes offerings. Massage is also available at the Wellness Center.

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Medical Equipment

Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
1300 Sunset Lane, Suite 3120, Culpeper
Assistive technology services directly assist individuals with disabilities in the selection, acquisition, or use of an assistive technology device. An assistive technology device is defined as any item, piece of equipment, or product system whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities.

Fauquier Health Home Care Shop
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
The Fauquier Health Home Care Shop, located on the first floor of the hospital, offers home medical supplies on a cash and carry basis (not billed to insurance). Items for sale include comfort care items like compression socks and Biofreeze (an analgesic pain reliever); wound care supplies; bathroom safety items; walkers and transporter wheelchairs; bedding and bath supplies; and other items meant to make life easier for those recovering from an illness or injury. In addition, you will find hats, slippers, and other cancer awareness items. The shop is currently the only location in Fauquier to carry a line of decorative air boot accessories from CastMedic. Hours are: Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Foothills Housing Corporation (Fauquier Housing Corporation)
47 Garrett Street, #205, Warrenton
Income eligibility requirements apply. Aluminum, ADA-approved, temporary and permanent ramps are available for handicapped residents.

Hospice Support of Fauquier County
42 N Fifth Street, Warrenton
www.hospicesupport.org, Lauren@hospicesupport.org
See full listing under Hospice Services.

Lions Club
There are several Lions Clubs located throughout Fauquier County. The Lions Club offers free eyeglasses and help with vision problems to those in need, and offers assistance with hearing aids. They review application forms filled out through the Fauquier Department of Health located at 330 Hospital Drive, Warrenton, VA. Applicants must meet certain criteria.

Medicaid will sometimes pay for wheelchairs and other necessary equipment for Medicaid-qualified low-income patients. Contact Fauquier Department of Social Services at 540-422-8400 regarding eligibility.

Roberts Home Medical, Inc.
540-341-4110 or 855-646-0413
6418 Old Meetze Road, Warrenton, VA 20187
Roberts Home Medical is a regional supplier of home medical equipment and health aids such as wheelchairs, home oxygen, walkers, hospital beds, and respiratory equipment. A nationally-accredited durable medical equipment company, Roberts Home Medical employees work with patients and their insurance companies to ensure maximum coverage is received.

Simple Comforts Home Medical
41 W. Lee Highway, #61, Warrenton, VA 20186
www.SimpleComforts.com, Sales@simplecomforts.com
This home medical store in the Giant shopping center supplies a wide variety of products, including wheelchairs, transport chairs, walkers, rollators, canes, compression garments, bath safety equipment, grab bars, therapy wraps, orthopedic braces and supports, pillows/wedges, magnifiers and more. Weekly & monthly mobility rentals. Private pay only. Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Closed Sundays.

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Medical Insurance Information

INTotal Health
3190 Fairview Park Drive, Suite 900, Falls Church
INTotal Health is a Medicaid managed care plan owned by United Healthcare. At INTotal, we specialize In Medicaid services. We serve more than 62,000 members In Northern Virginia, Alleghany/Roanoke, Culpeper, Winchester, and southwestern Virginia. Our job is to improve access to high-quality care for our members while reducing costs for taxpayers. We meet strict requirements for quality and consumer protection. We’re committed to improving the health of our Medicaid members through excellent care coordination, a strong provider network, and the help of community partners.

For the most up-to-date information on Medicaid, contact the Department of Social Services (DSS). Medicaid  provides health coverage to low-income children and for some low-income adults, such as pregnant women, parents of dependent children, blind or disabled individuals, individuals under hospice care, individuals age 65 or older, or other medically identified criteria. In Virginia, the Governor ‘s Department of Medical Assistance Services’ (DMAS) is the agency which administers Medicaid as well as the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). In Virginia the children’s program is called FAMIS (www.famis.org). Call 1-800-772-9996 or contact DSS with questions about Medicaid or FAMIS.

Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people age 65 or older, or those younger than 65 with certain disabilities (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney transplant), or ALS. To sign up for Medicare Part A and Part B you must contact the Social Security Administration. Once you have enrolled in Medicare Part A and/or Part B and have Medicare related issues, including signing up for or changing your benefits (Part C or Part D), contact Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services at 540-825-3100. Certified VICAP counselors will provide you FREE and confidential assistance to help you understand all Medicare offerings including Part A (hospital insurance), B (medical insurance), C (private insurance options), D (prescription coverage), and supplemental plans. Open enrollment for your Part D and C plans is from October 15 through December 7, every year. With recent changes in healthcare regulations, it is important to know what, if any, parts of your coverage may be affected. For a free complete guide regarding Medicare options and coverage visit  www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-633-4227.

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Medical Services

American Cancer Society
888-474-3044 or 540-667-2315
2654 Valley Avenue, Winchester, VA 22601
The Fauquier chapter provides services to cancer patients and their families including patient transportation for treatment and 24-hour helpline at 800-ACS-2345. It also sponsors rehabilitation programs such as Reach to Recovery.

Care Net Pregnancy Resource Center
8691 Stonewall Road, Manassas, VA, 20110
(703) 330-1300
13189 Centerpoint Way, Woodbridge, VA, 22193
(703) 330-1300
Trained staff provide, at no cost and completely confidential, pregnancy tests; limited ultrasound (for qualifying clients); education on abortion, adoption and pregnancy; maternity and infant supplies.

For those living with HIV/AIDS
CHARLI Care Coordinator
If you are living with HIV/AIDS and have been incarcerated within the last year, this program is designed to help you get what you need to be successful and enjoy life. We will work with individuals for up to 18 months to help manage medical appointments, medication, housing, nutrition, transportation, health insurance, job searching, and employment. These services are provided at no cost to you. CHARLI Care Coordinators will work with you to address problems that could interfere with your ability to stay physically, mentally and emotionally healthy. Set up an appointment, we are here to help.

Enroll Virginia
540-741-2447; 888-392-5132
1301 Sam Perry Blvd, Suite #100, Fredericksburg
www.enrollva.org, melissa@enroll-virginia.com
Certified navigator (thru CMS) provides outreach, education, and enrollment assistance for the Health Insurance Marketplace (“Obamacare”) during open enrollment period (November 1st to December 15th) and special enrollment period (January to October). We can assist with determining available premium tax credits and cost sharing reductions to help make health insurance more affordable. We also assist with reviewing health insurance plans to determine what best meets the needs of you and your family. Certified navigators can also assist families with completing Medicaid/FAMIS applications. Please call for a free appointment.

Fauquier Health Department
330 Hospital Drive, Suite 101, Warrenton, VA 20186
Services include car seats, free immunizations, dental care, well-baby health exams (free except for sports or school), family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, maternity care (not delivery), baby nursing supplies (breast pumps, bra), and WIC (Women, Infants and Children nutrition). Please call for an appointment. The Health Department’s Environmental Health Services division (316-6280) concentrates on protection from foodborne illness, waterborne diseases, and animal diseases.

Fauquier Hearing Services
493 Blackwell Rd #311, Warrenton, VA 20186

Lyme Disease Support Group
George L. Phillips
6398 Lee Highway Access Road, Warrenton, VA 20187
This support group consists of people who suffer or know someone who suffers from Lyme Disease. They meet on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Warrenton Church of Christ to support each other and learn about the treatment, prevention and political arena of Lyme Disease. Contact George L. Phillips for more information.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
1800 M Street N.W., Suite 750 South, Washington, DC 20036
Committed to providing vital personalized, support services to the many thousands of individuals living with MS, their families, friends and colleagues. Offers a range of programs and services to help individuals cope with the everyday demands of living with multiple sclerosis, including: emotional support, self-help groups, limited financial assistance, referrals to healthcare and community professionals, and assistance with employment. The chapter offers education and wellness programs to clients and families, advocacy, and educational opportunities for professionals. Each of the chapter’s programs is designed to help individuals with MS maintain independence and continue participating at work, with family and in the community.

Parkinson’s Piedmont Support Group 
540-222-6000 (Kendal) or 703-967-8525 (Anne)
6379 Airlie Road, Warrenton
We are a Piedmont-based support group for people with Parkinson’s Disease and their support givers. The group meets on the third Monday of each month at the Chestnut Forks Tennis and Fitness Club. Parkinson’s Piedmont Support Group is a welcoming forum for the exchange of information about Parkinson’s and associated challenges. The location may change as the group grows, so please call first to confirm. Please visit the website or call for more information.

Remington Drug Co.
207 E. Main Street, Remington
Remington Drug has combined high-quality, fast, and friendly service with the latest advances in medication technology within the town and surrounding areas since 1913. We offer a complement of services to better serve the healthcare needs of our community. Our staff prides themselves in knowing everyone who walks in our door. Remington Drug provides the following services: medication refill synchronization, medication delivery options, immunizations, Jobst stockings, point of care A1C testing, accredited diabetes self-management training, and a diabetes support group. For more information call or visit the website or Facebook page.

Social Security Administration
1014 South Main Street, Culpeper, VA 22701
This local office of the federal Social Security Administration is there to answer questions and help resolve problems concerning Social Security and the benefits available to people who are retired, people who are disabled, survivors of workers who have died and dependents of Social Security beneficiaries.

Transitional Care Services, LLC
Linda Lamb, CEO/Owner
We provide valuable information with trust, compassion and support to families needing professional service providers. Transitional Care Services, LLC will help people of all ages to transition through life, whether you need physical, spiritual, emotional, or mental care. You are not alone. To the individual needing the care, we provide a free consultation to you. To businesses, we offer a service provider partnership agreement to help ensure our clientele obtain the proper care. Make your family’s care as seamless as possible. We can help guide you through the process.

Warrenton Dialysis Facility
170 W Shirley Avenue, Suite 100, Warrenton
Kidney dialysis services. Open Monday through Saturday. Call for more information.

Warrenton Pregnancy Center
400 Holiday Court, Suite 101, Warrenton
The Warrenton Pregnancy Center offers free and confidential services to those facing an unexpected pregnancy.  We are open to women from Fauquier and all surrounding counties regardless of their circumstances. Our staff and volunteers are committed to providing a safe environment in which to explore a woman’s options and will provide resources and referrals that make life-affirming options more possible.

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Nursing and Rehabilitation Services

A nursing home is a long-term care facility licensed by the state that offers 24 hour room and board and healthcare services, including basic and skilled nursing care, rehabilitation and a full range of other therapies, treatments and programs.

Brookside Nursing and Rehabilitation
614 Hastings Lane, Warrenton
www.brooksiderehabandnursing.com, info@brooksiderehabandnursing.com
Virginia-licensed, dually certified, Medicare/Medicaid skilled nursing and rehabilitation center. Brookside provides short-term inpatient rehab after hospitalization as well as long-term care. Respite care also available. We provide one of the area’s only secured units for those who exhibit wandering or exit-seeking behaviors, common with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Inpatient rehab provided by Rehab Management Inc and includes physical therapy, occupational and speech therapy.

Fauquier Health Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
540-316-5500 ext. 360
360 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
See full listing under Hospital Services.

Nursing Home and Community – Based Care Screening
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Warrenton
Fauquier County Department of Social Services, in cooperation with the Fauquier Health Department, provides pre-screening services to assess the functioning of the individual to determine whether he or she meets the criteria for receiving care in an Assisted Living Facility, nursing home or in-home community-based services that will be funded by Medicaid. Call the adult services social worker on intake for more information.

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Urgent Care Services

Fauquier Hospital Emergency Care Services
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton

Minute Clinic CVS
510 Blackwell Road, Warrenton

Piedmont Urgent Care
493 Blackwell Road, Suite 101B, Warrenton

Warrenton Urgent Care
75 W. Lee Highway, Warrenton

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Helplines and Hotlines

2-1-1 Virginia
Dial 2-1-1; for the hearing impaired call 800-230-6977

Adult Protection Network

AIDS/HIV Helpline

Alcoholism: National Council on Alcoholism

American Red Cross Central & Shenandoah Virginia

Center for Disease Control

Child Abuse and Neglect

Cocaine Helpline

Community Connections
540-316-9659; 855-300-7284 (PATH)

Crisis Pregnancy Center
703-330-1300; Fax 540-347-7770

Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 800-787-3224

Fauquier County Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Advocacy Program
24-Hour Hotline 540-422-8460

First Call for Help Piedmont United Way
540-825-7569 or 211

Mental Health-National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Missing Children’s Clearinghouse

Narcotics Anonymous

National Hope Line

National Runaway Hotline

Poison Control Center

Prevent Child Abuse in Virginia

Peer2Peer Regional Warmline

The Pregnancy Centers of Central Virginia

Prevent Child Abuse VA
Services Crisis Line 

Rappahannock Rapidan Community
24-Hour Toll Free Hotline: 540-825-5656

Services to Abused Families, Inc. (SAFE)
24-Hour Toll Free Hotline: 800-825-8876, Office: 540-825-8891

Substance Abuse Helpline

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Terrorism Hotline

Veteran Crisis Line
800-273-8255 (press 1)

Virginia Family Violence Sexual Assault Hotline

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Adult Probation & Parole, District 25
30 Ashby Street, Warrenton
The District # 25 Probation and Parole Office serves the counties of Loudoun, Fauquier and Rappahannock. The main office is in Leesburg while the Warrenton sub-office covers Fauquier and Rappahannock. District # 25 is part of the Community Corrections Division of the Virginia Department of Corrections. Our goal and focus is to help instill internal change with individuals who have been placed directly on supervised probation by a Circuit Court, or have served a period of incarceration and have been released with a probation or parole obligation. We use evidence-based practices and contract with outside agencies to create specific treatment programs designed to assist clients in becoming successful citizens.

Child Support, Division of Child Support Enforcement, Manassas District Office
8551 Rixlew Lane, 4th Floor, Manassas
DCSE provides services in Fauquier County. They will locate establishment of paternity, child support orders, medical support orders and enforcement of orders. DCSE also provides family engagement programs. 

Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office: Community Services & Crime Prevention
78 West Lee Street, Warrenton
The Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit participates in the national track and field events and serves on the local Special Olympics Committee. Special Olympics is an international program of year-round sports training and athletic competition for more than one million children and adults with intellectual disabilities. For additional information please contact the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit.

Juvenile Probation and Intake
9 Court Street, Warrenton
The 20W Court Services Unit (CSU) is governed by the Department of Juvenile Justice and covers Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties. The unit handles complaints concerning minors accused of violating a criminal statute, child support, custody, and protective order complaints. CSU supervises youth who are placed on probation, or require monitoring supervision. CSU provides public protection in these areas. The goal is to target services to high-risk youth and identify the right interventions at the right amount. CSU partners with schools, mental health providers, law enforcement, social services, and the community to provide services and support to court-involved youth and families, to produce better outcomes for these youth and reduce recidivism.

Legal Aid Works (LAW)
Call first for screening: 703-778-6800 or 540-825-3131
1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2122, Culpeper
www.legalaidworks.org, LAWCulp@legalaidworks.org
For low income residents needing free legal assistance in civil matters. Services are available to anyone, of any immigration status, and bilingual staff is available.

Northern Virginia Family Service: Immigration Legal Services
Tori Andrea Babington, Esq.
65 Culpeper Street, Suite 202, Warrenton
Northern Virginia Family Service provides low-cost legal assistance for immigration cases. Services are available in English and Spanish. Please call to schedule a consultation.

Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center
3 South Fourth Street, Warrenton
www.PiedmontDisputeResolution.org, pdrc@verizon.net
PDRC provides mediation services such as: parent-teen, landlord-tenant, consumer-merchant, elder care, divorce, education, and business. Mediators do not take sides or tell people what to do. They are neutral and assist people in resolving issues. PDRC mediators are certified by the Supreme Court of Virginia. PDRC also offers training and workshops in conflict resolution, effective communications, and negotiations for children, youth and adults. PDRC’s Restorative Justice Program works with victims of crime and offenders, providing a safe place to meet face-to-face to talk about the harm caused and repairing the harm.

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Fauquier County Court Systems

Adult Court Services
70 Culpeper Street, Warrenton

Adult Detention Center
50 West Lee Street, Warrenton

Animal Control Division
78 West Lee Street #200, Warrenton

Circuit Court
29 Ashby Street, Warrenton

Civil Process Division

Communications Division (non emergency)

Criminal Investigations Division

Fauquier County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office
29 Ashby Street, Warrenton

Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office
78 West Lee Street, Warrenton

General District Court
6 Court Street, Warrenton

Juvenile Court Services (Custody)

Juvenile/Domestic Relations District Court
14 Main Street, Warrenton

Magistrate’s Office
Located in the trailer at the end of the parking lot behind Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office.

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Senior Services

For more information please also see organizational listings in the Healthcare and Social Services sections of this guide.

Adult Protective Services at DSS
Fauquier County Department of Social Services

320 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
See full listing under Social Services. To report suspected adult abuse, neglect or exploitation, call the toll-free Adult Protective Services hotline at: (888) 832-3858.

Aging Together
PO Box 367, Culpeper
www.agingtogether.org, info@agingtogether.org
If you care about Fauquier County seniors, you should look into Aging Together, which forms partnerships and finds funds to expand and enhance services for people over 60 in Fauquier, Rappahannock, Culpeper, Madison and Orange Counties. We identify gaps in service and facilitate educational programs, caregiver supports, volunteer transportation and much more.  Please join our Fauquier team that meets the third Tuesday of the month at Fauquier Hospital; call for time and location. We’re also a source of information if you’re looking for a resource for an older adult and don’t know where to start.

Alzheimer’s Association National Capital Area Chapter
703-359-4440; 24/7 Helpline: 800-272-3900
3700 Pender Drive, Suite 400, Fairfax
www.alz.org, bbell@alz.org
The Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. We provide help and hope to people with dementia, their families and caregivers. Information and support are available around the clock through our 24/7 Helpline 800-272-3900 and website, with online resources and tools. Support groups meet throughout the region, and education workshops are available both in the community and online. We also offer safety services, training and resources for healthcare professionals, and a clinical trials matching service. Call us. We are here for you. Please contact Bob Bell via email for local resource information.

Caring Senior Service of Northern Virginia
Wayne Mitchell, Owner
571-222-5050 or 1-800-SeniorCare (1-800-736-4672)
14540 John Marshall Hwy, Suite 100, Gainesville
www.NovaSeniorCare.com, nvirginia@caringinc.com
With over 25 years of experience we’ve developed a unique way of delivering personal care service that we call the GreatCare® Method. Our GreatCare® Method focuses on hiring quality caregivers, providing the right care solutions and maintaining active involvement. By focusing on these areas we set the standard in delivering quality care, and utilize technology that simplifies your care. Our program empowers seniors by keeping them connected with family, their care team, and healthcare professionals. With our GreatCare® Method we make a true difference in the lives and families of the seniors we serve. Serving Fauquier and Prince William Counties.

Fauquier Adult Day Healthcare Center
540-347-2797 or 540-825-3100 ext. 3427
430 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
Adult day care, as it is often called, provides a safe, supportive environment for adults who need help with health and personal care activities (including those with dementia). Open Monday through Friday.

Fauquier Senior Center
430 E. Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
Fauquier Senior Center provides nutritious meals and fellowship for eligible seniors age 60 and over as well as educational and wellness programs, socialization, and recreation through many interesting and fun activities. Door-to-door transportation can be provided in most cases. The Fauquier Senior Center is open Monday through Thursday. Offered by Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS).

Hands in Motion
BJ Neff
www.HIMhq.org, BJ@HIMhq.org
Helping the elderly and disabled in Fauquier County and others as resources allow.

Home Marketing Services for Seniors
Queenie Kemmerer
12020 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 100, Reston
www.hmss-usa.com, queenie@hmss-usa.com
Home Marketing Services for Seniors (HMSS) provides advice on downsizing, decluttering and properly preparing the home for sale. A HMSS consultant works with each client before engagement of a realtor to ensure a stress-free and on-time move to their chosen retirement communities. HMSS services are at no cost to seniors who are preparing to sell their homes. Contact Queenie Kemmerer for more information.

National Council on Aging
251 18th Street South, Suite 500, Arlington
Helping seniors and individuals with disabilities stay independent.

Overwhelmed How Can I Help, LLC
Specializing in senior moves. Are you or a loved one going through a transition? Are you in need of downsizing, liquidating an estate, decluttering and/or moving? Asking yourself where are the valuables and what is valuable? As much or as little as you need done within your time frame. We know it’s personal; I’ve been through it firsthand. We care. Free in home consultation. Serving Fauquier and surrounding counties.

Senior Housing
See Housing located in the Social Services section.

Senior Supper
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm healthy, multi-course meals for the 55 and older crowd are offered for a discounted price of $5.47 at Bistro on the Hill located at Fauquier Hospital. It’s a chance for good food and fellowship, and many seniors make it a regular part of their week.

VIP Senior Gold Card
The “VIP Senior Gold Card,” available to any Fauquier County senior citizen age 60 and older, is an admission ticket to almost any Fauquier public school event that charges admission. To obtain a VIP Senior Gold Card, apply in person at the front desk of any Fauquier County public school or download the brochure from the county schools website. Fill it out and take it to any FCPS school. You must present a driver’s license or other proof of date of birth at the time of application. You will receive your VIP Senior Gold Card in the mail. The card is non-transferable. The VIP Senior Gold Card applies only to school events held in Fauquier County.

Young-At-Heart Seniors Group
Marianne Boston (chairman)
271 Winchester Street, Warrenton
Non-denominational social group (over 50+) who gather the first Friday of each month at St. John the Evangelist Mercy Hall at 9:15am for fun, refreshments, speakers and entertainment. We keep our members informed of local events and resources, take trips, play games, and do crafts. Young-At-Heart (YAH) friends are on a journey of faith, love, sharing, helping, praying for one another and having fun.

Websites for Family Caregivers

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Clothing and Furniture

Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store
249 East Shirley Ave, Warrenton
Our food bank provides USDA Commodities, senior commodity boxes, pantry services, some personal supplies, and firewood to registered clients only in Fauquier County. Hours are Monday through Friday 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Donations of food are welcome Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Bring the proper documentation as listed on the website. We serve clients based on income; your family does not need to receive public assistance to come to the Food Bank. You can pick up food twice per month (USDA commodities are only served once a month). Bread and produce can be picked up daily when available.

Fauquier Habitat for Humanity ReStore
617 Frost Ave, Warrenton
The ReStore sells used items to assist community residents. Available items may include: furniture, artwork, bathroom fixtures, light fixtures, flooring supplies, and much more. Donations to the store affect availability of certain items, and stock may change daily.

The Salvation Army Family Store
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
The Salvation Army Family Store sells clothing, household items and furniture at reasonable rates. Proceeds support local programs. Donations are accepted during business hours and donations may include: clothing, household items, furniture, shoes, purses and kitchen items. Pick-up is available for furniture, please call to schedule an appointment. Store hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Salvation Army Social Services office is open on Monday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse

Child Abuse & Neglect Helpline

Domestic and Sexual Abuse, Human Trafficking Fauquier Faith Partners, Inc.

Emergency and restorative care services for survivors of abuse includes housing assistance, licensed professional counseling, training, career counseling, mentoring, and life coaching. Also community outreach and awareness training on topics of abuse, trauma, etc.

Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 800-787-3224

This national hotline is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information, and referrals to agencies. Assistance is available in English and Spanish with access to more than 170 languages through interpreter services.

Domestic Violence Resource Specialist
Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office
78 West Lee Street, Warrenton
Michele Arft is the current domestic violence resource specialist providing advocacy and support to victims of domestic violence and stalking. She provides information and resources that are available to victims based on their particular situation (i.e. emergency shelter, transitional housing, support groups, legal aid, etc.) and handles issues pertaining to Protective Orders where victims are assisted with completing petitions and accompanying them to court for support. She assists victims with safety planning, explaining civil and criminal options to victims who have been through an abusive relationship, and assists with general legal information on divorce, child custody, support, and visitation.

Family Alliance Network of Fauquier (FAN)
Chris & Debbie Cloud, Executive Directors
www.familyalliancenetworks.org, fanoffauquier@gmail.com
FAN collaborates with organizations to network resources for families facing crisis. Without education, tools and support, a crisis can destroy a family. With opioids, trafficking, suicides, school shootings and violent abuses facing families, a strong collaborative effort is required to solve these serious concerns. FAN assists by educating early identification and prevention decreases stigma and raises awareness about trauma bonding, moral injury, coercive control abuses and trauma informed interventions. In addition; facilitating a grass roots effort to stop and prevent further damage to our families; and working to find answers and build stronger communities through collaboration.

Fauquier County Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Advocacy Program
24-Hour Hotline 540-422-8460
The mission of FCDVSAP is to empower individuals and improve quality of life by breaking the cycle of domestic violence through side-by-side advocacy with the client. Advocates collaborate together with the survivor to design an individualized service plan approach. FCDVA provides non-discriminatory services to ALL participants, 24-hour confidential hotline services, medical appointment accompaniment (as related to FCDVSAP involvement), intervention & safety planning, emergency housing, court accompaniment, legal services (as directed by program guidelines), transportation (as directed by program guidelines), support group, connection to community resources/referrals, advocacy and support, and ongoing case management. Please call the hotline to learn more.

Fauquier Domestic Violence Services (FDVS)
Chris & Debbie Cloud, Executive Directors
www.familyalliancenetworks.org, fanoffauquier@gmail.com
FDVS is a nonprofit organization that works in collaboration with local services to provide resources to complicated situations of domestic violence recovery. Survivors need more than intervention and legal support. Transition is complicated, scary and lonely during the harmful aftermath of trauma and our mentoring supports personal strength, responsibility and healing. The focus is to empower a belief in self and life through healthy connections in the community. As survivor’s needs are identified, FDVS will continue to support of healthy, trauma-informed options to simplify the process from traumatic violent abuse to being happy and successful, once again.

Magnificent Oak Ministries
PO Box 3526, Warrenton
www.magoaks.org, info@magoaks.org
Offers both an emergency and restorative care services and residential program for those who have suffered domestic abuse. 

Faith House Residential Program of Magnificent Oak Ministries
A free-of-charge, 6-12 month residential program for survivors of abuse (women 18 and over). We provide a multi-dimensional approach in a structured residential environment, with the following professional services for all residents: Licensed, professional counselors, professional case management services, practical life skills training, and connections to local churches and community resources.

Services to Abused Families, Inc. (SAFE)
24-Hour Toll Free Hotline: 800-825-8876
Office: 540-825-8891
501 E. Piedmont Street, Culpeper
All SAFE services and support are free and confidential. Services to Abused Families, Inc. (SAFE) is a “dual” program, providing prevention, intervention and educational services for sexual violence survivors and their children along with survivors of domestic violence. SAFE services include a 24-hour toll free hotline, 24-hour emergency shelter, crisis intervention, safety planning, court and support advocacy, individual and group counseling, children’s services, school-based awareness and prevention programs, public awareness programs, community partnerships and a volunteer program.

Virginia Family Violence Sexual Assault Hotline
This 24 hour/day trained staff offers the following free and confidential services: information and support for survivors, friends and family, and the general public; links to local crisis centers, shelters or other human resource agencies through referrals and by directly connecting callers to local agencies via a three-way calling system; resource packets on a variety of topics for callers seeking written information; technical assistance to professionals working with victims and perpetrators of domestic violence and sexual assault; brochures and other resource materials in bulk for agencies seeking to distribute information about domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Fauquier County Department of Social Services

Fauquier Department of Social Services
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Alice Jane Childs Building, Warrenton
 Fauquier County Department of Social Services, (FCDSS) provides a wide variety of benefits and services. Benefits include Medicaid and SNAP (formerly the Food Stamp Program), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), daycare assistance, energy assistance and emergency assistance. Services include protective services to vulnerable adults and children, preventive services to families with children and vulnerable adults and employment services. Application for benefits is made online at https://commonhelp.virginia.gov, or the Fauquier office. Eligibility determination is expedited when application is made online. If you wish to apply at the office, it is recommended that you call first. To qualify for benefit programs and services, you will be asked to verify such matters as residency, income and expenses, resources such as bank accounts, insurance, motor vehicles owned, etc. Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm. Please call to schedule. To report suspected abuse or neglect of a child under the age of 18, call 800-552-7096 any time or the office 540-422-8400 during office hours. To report suspected abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult (aged or with disabilities), call 888-832-3858 or the office 540-422-8400 during office hours. SNAP (formerly the Food Stamp Program) which helps families buy nutritious food and seeds or plants to grow food. The benefits are distributed to families electronically. To apply for SNAP, go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov, call the Fauquier Office, or contact the DSS Call Center at 855 635-4370.

Auxiliary Grants Program
An auxiliary grant from DSS is an income supplement for individuals who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and certain other aged, blind, or disabled individuals who reside in a licensed assisted living facility (ALF) or an approved adult foster care (AFC) home. Payment is issued to an individual monthly, to be used with a designated amount of their monthly income to pay an ALF or AFC maximum monthly rate. This rate is determined by the Virginia General Assembly and is adjusted periodically. Eligibility: Prior to admission to an assisted living facility, an individual must be assessed by an adult services social worker at their local department of social services or another qualified assessor. The individual applying for an auxiliary grant, or the individual’s designated representative, should contact an assessor and request the assessment. The department also investigates reports of suspected abuse or neglect of adults with disabilities. See Adult Protective Services in the department listing. To report suspected abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult (aged or with disabilities), call 1-888-832-3858 any time or the office 540-422-8400 during office hours.

Adult Protective Services (APS)
Anyone living in Fauquier County who is 60 years or older or who is incapacitated and 18 years of age or older may receive protective services if services are needed, which is determined by a DSS social worker investigating reports or suspicions of abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Adult Protective Services are provided regardless of the person’s income or financial resources. APS completes investigations in almost every setting including the home, assisted living facilities, nursing facilities and hospitals. APS does not investigate allegations of mistreatment in jails or prisons. To report suspected abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult (aged or with disabilities) or to get more information about adult abuse and neglect, call 888-832-3858 any time or the Fauquier office 540-422-8400 during office hours

Adult Services
Adult Services coordinates and provides a range of services to maintain safe living conditions for incapacitated or elderly adults. These include assistance with emergencies, home-based companion services, in-home assistance with some activities of daily living, adult foster care and respite care, nursing home preadmission screening for impaired adults, Medicaid community-based care screenings and arrangement of services, help with Assisted Living placement and nursing home placement, and case management for adults who require coordination of services.

Medicaid has several medical assistance programs that pay for health care visits for children and certain adults who are unable to pay for needed services. Covered individuals may be children, pregnant women, people with disabilities or elderly individuals. This is known as categorical eligibility. There are special provisions and several types of coverage for which you may qualify depending on your income, family size and circumstances. Individuals with severe mental illness may apply for Medicaid through Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services at 540-825-3100 as there are specific screening processes for “GAP” coverage. Call 855-635-4370 for more information. Screening for financial eligibility may include an assessment of both income and resources depending on which of the many Medicaid programs for which you may qualify. To apply for Medicaid, go online to www.commonhelp.virginia.gov, call 855-242-8282, or contact your local agency.

Child Care Assistance Program
This program provides funding to enhance the quality, affordability, and supply of childcare available to Virginia’s families. To qualify, you must be a resident of Fauquier County and fall within the income guidelines, and must be working or attending school on a full-time basis. Program goals include providing low-income families with the financial resources to find and afford quality child care for their children, providing childcare to parents trying to achieve independence from public assistance, and promoting parental choice in the selection of child care. It also aims to empower working parents to make their own decisions on the child care that best suits their family’s needs and provides consumer education to help parents make informed choices about child care. To apply for child care assistance, go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov or call the Fauquier office.

Child Protective Services
Virginia statute requires social services departments to investigate all reports of possible child abuse or neglect and to arrange protection for children when protection is needed. The purpose of child protective services intervention is to protect children, to preserve families whenever possible, and to prevent further abuse and neglect. DSS encourages anyone who is aware of possible child abuse or neglect to call the 24-hour child abuse hotline: 800-552-7096 at any time. To get more information about a situation you may be unsure meets the definition of abuse or neglect or to report suspicions of abuse or neglect, call the Fauquier office at 540-422-8400 during office hours. An abused or neglected child is any child under 18 whose parent, or any other person responsible for the care of the child causes or threatens to cause, a physical or mental injury (except for an accident), who fails to provide adequate food, clothing, shelter, medical care, or caring support, who abandons the child, who fails to provide the kind of supervision necessary for a child’s age or level of development, or who commits, or allows to be committed, any sexual act involving the child.

Children’s Services (CSA)
Services under the CSA may be available to a child who meets at least one of the following descriptions: youth who require private placement for special education, youth who are in foster care or eligible for foster care services, youth who are eligible for services through a Child in Need of Services determination or youth who have significant emotional or behavioral problems and may require services not available from any single agency, require services of multiple agencies, or may be at risk of residential placement. While most of the children who qualify for CSA services are already under the purview of one of the member agencies (Juvenile Court Services, Social Services, Community Services, or the Public Schools) you may call the Children’s Services Coordinator at 540-422-8400 to find out if you and your child are eligible for services. Visit http://www.csa.virginia.gov/html/for_parents/for_parents.cfm for more information.

Emergency Assistance
The department provides limited emergency assistance largely to prevent homelessness. Applicants must be Fauquier residents who are ineligible for federal aid such as TANF, have an emergency need resulting from a recent change in circumstance and meet restrictive income and resource limits. Application can be made by calling 540-422-8400. Visit the website for more information.

Energy Assistance Programs
This program has three parts: fuel assistance, crisis assistance and cooling assistance. Each has different application dates: fuel assistance from the second Tuesday in October through the second Friday in November; crisis assistance (for energy related emergencies) from November 1 through March 15; cooling assistance from June 15 through August 15. In addition, the department can help residents access energy assistance programs operated by utility companies, such as Dominion. To apply for energy assistance, go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov or call the Fauquier office at 540-422-8414.

Family Services and Foster Care Prevention Services
Family Services are designed to assist children and families resolve crises, connect with necessary and appropriate services, and remain safely together in their own homes whenever possible. The goal is to prevent or eliminate the need for out-of-home placement of children, promote family strength and stability, enhance parental functioning and protect children. Call FCDSS and ask for the Family Services social worker on intake if you, your family or a friend are experiencing difficulties. Call 540-422-8400 during office hours.

Foster Care Services
DSS also provides services to foster children and their foster parents. Foster parents are professional parents who enjoy parenting and are willing to share their home, time, energy and love with children who have special problems. The children range in age from newborn to 18 years. Some have been victimized by abuse or neglect. Some may be physically or mentally challenged; some may have emotional or behavioral problems. Sometimes, as a result of abuse, neglect, abandonment or a death in the family, courts decide that children must be temporarily separated from their families. To find out more about becoming a foster parent, visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/family/fc/. A child’s stay in foster care may be as short as overnight or longer depending on the permanency plan for the child. The goal is to reunite the children with their own families. When this is not possible, parental rights may be terminated and adoption becomes the goal for child. Often foster parents are the first choice for the child’s adoptive home. In foster care, the department has legal custody of the child and assumes the ultimate responsibility for the child. A family will receive a maintenance payment on behalf of the child to help with expenses while a child is in their home. Children have medical and dental coverage while in foster care.

Medicaid for Long-Term Care (LTC)
LTC Medicaid covers long-term care in a community-based setting for individuals whose mental or physical condition requires nursing supervision and assistance with activities of daily living. Medicaid requires both a functional and financial screening process prior to paying for long-term care services. A preadmission screening is required prior to admission to a nursing facility or waiver service if Medicaid is expected to provide payment. You may call Social Services to request a long-term care screening. Ask for Adult Services. To apply for Medicaid, go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov, call 855-635-4370, or call the Fauquier office. No interview is required but you will receive assistance in completing an application if you call the toll free number 855-635-4370.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
SNAP (formerly the Food Stamp Program) helps families buy nutritious food and seeds or plants to grow food. The benefits are distributed to families electronically. To apply for SNAP, go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov or call the Fauquier office.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
TANF provides temporary financial assistance for eligible families with minor children in the home, who are financially needy and meet other requirements as well. An interview is required. TANF payments depend on the size of the family; a family may qualify while receiving income from other sources. Applicants must cooperate in naming the parents of all eligible children and help establish paternity. Some individuals who qualify for TANF may be required to participate in VIEW, the Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare. VIEW participants can earn an income in addition to their TANF benefits but the total income may not exceed the federal poverty level for their family size. To apply for TANF go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov or call the Fauquier office.

The Work Place – Career Resource Center

The Work Place is open from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. and is available to all county residents to assist in finding employment. The Work Place is not an employment agency but encourages independent job search with multiple resources at your disposal. Staffed by the department and Literacy Volunteers of Fauquier it offers the following one-stop services free of charge: job postings direct from employers, various Web pages and local papers, assistance with establishing new email accounts and job search Web pages, computer and Internet access, fax and copy machine use, resume and job preparation assistance by appointment (call 540-422-8422), and referral and registration for free computer classes.

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Financial and Tax Assistance

Community Touch
Emergency assistance for the truly needy.

Fairfax County Tax Clinics
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program
703-324-7280; TTY 711
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program is a national program sponsored by the IRS. VITA is implemented in the Northern Virginia area by Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William County Governments and various community organizations. Together, we make up a coalition called NVACASH – the Northern Virginia Coalition for Creating Assets, Savings and Hope.

Fauquier Public Libraries
Annual tax assistance provided through a partnership with the Foundation for Tax Assistance. Call (540) 422-8465 to schedule an appointment.

People Helping People
34 Beckham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierphp.com, php.fauquier@verizon.net
See full listing under Fuel and Utility Assistance.

People Incorporated
9324 West Street, Suite 201, Manassas
People Incorporated is a nonprofit Community Action Agency and Community Development Corporation committed to providing opportunities for people to reach their goals in order to enhance their lives, families, and communities. We develop programs and strategies that are designed to move people and communities into the economic mainstream. In Fauquier County, we offer financial education, consumer loans, business lending programs and education, Individual Development Accounts savings program, VITA free tax preparation services, and Virginia CARES (Community Action Re-entry System) for returning citizens. Volunteers are needed for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance preparation program from January through April of each year.

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Food Assistance

2 Fish Five Loaves of Bread – Mt Olive Baptist Church
2932 Atoka Rd, Marshall

Baha’i Faith (Blueridge Baha’i Cluster)
www.blueridgebahaicluster.org, ContactUs@BlueridgeBahaiCluster.org

Broad Run Baptist Church, New Baltimore
Broad Run Baptist Church offers food assistance only on Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. until noon.

Child Nutrition, Inc.
800-735-5434 or 540-347-3767
9 N 3rd Street, Suite 100, Warrenton
Child Nutrition, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization that serves family child care providers who are able to participate in the Child & Adult Care Food Program through our agency and receive partial reimbursement for serving nutritious meals/snacks to their daycare children.

Clara’s Faith House Food Pantry & Thrift Store
By Community Touch Inc
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
www.communitytouchinc.org, Tchampion@communitytouchinc.org
Open every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store
Thrift Store 540-359-6054; Food Bank 540-359-6053
249 East Shirley Ave, Warrenton
www.fauquierfoodbank.org, fauquiercommunityfoodbank@comcast.net, Fauquier_thrift@yahoo.com
The Thrift Store is open Monday thru Friday 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. with donations accepted Tuesday through Friday 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. No donations accepted on Monday. The Food Bank is open Monday thru Friday 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Food donations accepted Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. All proceeds from the Thrift Store help to purchase food for the Food Bank.

Fauquier County Food Distribution Coalition
540-905-7227 (leave a message) c/o Fauquier County Extension Office
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierfood.org, info@fauquierfood.org
On the third Saturday of each month, the coalition distributes food and other necessary items from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at the Warrenton United Methodist Church located at 341 Church Street (behind Pizza Hut).

Fauquier County Health Department
330 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
The WIC Program offers food for women, infants, and children. By appointment only.

Fauquier FISH 
540-347-FISH (3474)
Food Pantry: 24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierfish.org, foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
FISH is run by more than 30 volunteers who believe in the mission of “Neighbors helping neighbors with kindness and respect just as we would want to be treated in a time of need.” FISH provides a range of services. Programs include nutritious food pantry distribution, Book Bag School Supply drive, Weekend Power Pack meals for Fauquier County school children, Senior Meals delivered to the Warrenton Senior Center, Farmers Market Programs, and holiday food baskets. Each program facilitates our vision of Fauquier County as a place where no one goes hungry and anyone in need has a place to turn.

Fauquier County Public Schools
320 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
During the school year, call your child’s school and ask for information on the Free and Reduced Meals Program for students.

Grace Episcopal Church
6507 Main Street, The Plains

SHARE Food Network
SHARE provides approximately $40-45 of food for $20. Menu changes monthly.

St. Vincent de Paul Society
540 270-6774
271 Winchester Street, Warrenton
The St. Vincent de Paul Society is part of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and offers financial support to individuals and families. See full listing under the Fuel & Utility Assistance section.

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Fuel and Utility Assistance

Dominion Electric Energy Share Program

Fauquier Department of Social Services
540-422 8400
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Warrenton
Energy Assistance programs help with the cost of home heating or cooling in certain circumstances. See the full Fauquier County Department of Social Services entry in separate section for details. To apply for Energy Assistance, go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov or call the Fauquier office.

Grace Episcopal Church
6507 Main Street, The Plains
Free firewood for those in need.

Morrisville United Methodist Church
4432 Morrisville Road, Bealeton

People Helping People
34 Beckham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierphp.com, php.fauquier@verizon.net
People Helping People (PHP) was incorporated in 1990 as a non-profit (501) (c) 3, all-volunteer organization. The mission of PHP is to provide financial emergency assistance to Fauquier County residents undergoing hardship due to circumstances beyond their control, i.e. medical issues, loss of employment or death in the family. We assist with paying utility bills to avoid disconnection of service; rent or mortgage to avoid eviction from home; preventing homelessness. We also provide gasoline vouchers to occupants of the local family shelter. We are funded by local businesses, local churches, private citizens, and other grants. All donations are tax deductible. Our business hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., by appointment only.

Safe Link Wireless
Safe Link Wireless is a government-supported program that provides a free cell phone and airtime on a monthly basis. For specifics of the program and to see if you qualify, please see website.

St. Vincent de Paul Society – St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
540 270-6774
271 Winchester Street, Warrenton
To receive help with utilities, it is often necessary for the client to get partial help from several agencies who then work to authorize payment. The client should first call the Fauquier Department of Social Services to get information on the organizations who assist with fuel and utility assistance. If a cut off notice has been issued or a cutoff has occurred, SVDP will only assist if the client has enough help/resources to pay the cutoff amount owed. The St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVDP) helps all people in need who reside in Fauquier County and works closely with other charitable organizations in the county to help the poor. After a short home visit and completion of an application, it offers financial support which is sent directly to the creditor who is owed. The SVDP also has a Food Pantry for those in need.The SVDP Food Pantry is located on the grounds of St. John’s Church. The Food Pantry is available by appointment only and is available for use to a family once within a four to six week period.

The Salvation Army of Fauquier County
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
The Salvation Army provides emergency assistance to Fauquier families and individuals to help maintain or restore utility services. A utility termination notice is required. Applicants must meet program criteria; a caseworker will determine eligibility. Please call to schedule an appointment. The Salvation Army office of social services is open Monday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Emergency & Transitional

Culpeper Homeless Intervention Program
602 S. Main Street, Culpeper
This shelter accepts families only, no single men.

Fauquier Family Shelter Services, Inc.
540-351-0130 or 540-341-0900
95 Keith Street/P.O. Box 3599, Warrenton
This is the only emergency shelter in Fauquier County, and can accommodate up to 11 families and eight single adults at any one time. The ground level is accessible to persons with physical disabilities. A trained staff oversees operations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An on-site case manager helps formulate and facilitate clients’ plans for stable housing after their shelter tenure. In-house support programs include budget management, employment-related programs, life-skills classes, nutrition classes, job search services, parenting classes and children’s programs. Referral services to local, state and federal resources are provided to all residents as appropriate.

Hope Warming Center of Fauquier
Rev. Tyrone Green, Pastor of Hearts Delight Baptist Church
P.O. Box 75, Catlett
Facebook: @HopeWarmingCenterFauquier
The Hope Warming Center of Fauquier was established by three local churches in southern Fauquier (Hearts Delight Baptist Church, Mt. Horeb United Methodist Church, and Zoar Baptist Church) to show the love of Christ by offering shelter for those who need a place to stay overnight when temperatures are 30 degrees and below. Services are offered only from November through March, and the Warming Center works with DSS and the Sheriff’s Department to offer services to citizens identified with this particular need. Citizens in need should contact DSS or the Sheriff’s Department when they need shelter for the night. 

Prince William Homeless Intervention Program
7987 Ashton Avenue, Suite 200, Manassas

SAM’s Place
219 E Davis Street, #100, Culpeper
Human Services programs, community outreach center and Department of Social Services for the general public; providing assistance, support, resources and referral for a variety of services. Coordinator of community resources for service organizations. Office hours: Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Please contact Teresa Jenkins for more information.

The Salvation Army of Charlottesville Center of Hope Shelter
434-295-4058 ext. 106
217 Ridge Street, Charlottesville
The Salvation Army administers the SHARE/Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) and the Center of Hope – Transitional Housing program at this location. Singles and families are accepted. Applicants must meet program criteria; a caseworker will determine eligibility.

The Salvation Army of Winchester Center of Hope Shelter
300 Fort Collier Road, Winchester
The Salvation Army Center of Hope provides a 48-bed homeless shelter. Singles and families are accepted. Applicants must meet program criteria; a caseworker will determine eligibility. Meals are served 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year at this location.

Transitional Housing BARN, Inc.
9541 Linton Hall Road, Bristow
Founded in 1997 by the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia, the BARN is a secular, non-denominational nonprofit organization which provides housing and access to services for homeless women and their children from a minimum of 6 months to a maximum of 24 months. BARN provides case management, job skills training, counseling and life skills, financial management, education, employment assistance and assistance with permanent housing. Mothers must be at least 19 years old with physical custody of at least one child, must meet HUD guidelines for homelessness, and must be referred by a community agency.

Victory Transitional Housing/Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300 or 540-439-4917
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
The Victory Transitional Housing (VTH) offers transitional housing to homeless families and individuals with a broad range of needs. The programs caseworkers help individuals achieve and sustain a higher quality of life through counseling, resources, life skills classes and money management. To be eligible for the program, you must have employment and a reliable vehicle. When funding is available, CTI also helps with security deposit, rental assistance and utility payments to homeless families. Financial assistance is available through the Homeless Solution Grant (HSG) for qualified families and individuals. Felicia Champion, Program Director.

Vint Hill Transitional Housing (VHTH)
4383 Hunsberger Drive, Unit H, Warrenton
VHTH is an intensive 1-year program assisting families in the transition from being homeless to acquiring the skills necessary to maintain stable and independent living. To be eligible for the program, you must be in one of the following situations: in the process of eviction, living in a shelter, or living with family or friends in crowded conditions. You must have custody of children under the age of 18, full-time employment for 30 days, and a working vehicle. Participants pay a program fee of 30% of gross income to pay for utilities. All participants are held accountable for maintaining full-time employment, learning budget skills, paying off debts, cleaning up credit, attending classes, and supervising the well-being of their children.

Home Repair & Improvement Assistance
Fauquier Community Coalition
The Fauquier Community Coalition (FCC) provides assistance to those in need by connecting needs to resources for local families.The FCC recruits and mobilizes church groups and other volunteers to provide goods, services and information. We work with local agencies to address challenges confronted by citizens in need, including home repairs, clothing and furniture. We provide resource information to families who don’t know where to find assistance. The FCC seeks to share information and coordinate efforts between different agencies and individuals working to support folks in need in Fauquier County. Contact us for more information on assistance or to become involved.

Fauquier Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 3189, Warrenton
Fauquier Habitat for Humanity is a local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, serving Fauquier and Rappahannock counties. In partnership with community churches, businesses, volunteers and families, Habitat works to eliminate the blight of poverty housing: leaky roofs, no indoor plumbing, kitchen or bath facilities, no source of heat, and other unsafe or unsanitary conditions. Fauquier Habitat for Humanity works to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. To learn more about qualifying for Habitat’s services, please call or visit the website.

Foothills Housing Corporation
47 Garrett Street, #205, Warrenton
There are income eligibility requirements for all programs. This program works with low-to-moderate income, owner-occupied homes to install first time wells and/or drain fields, correct health and safety deficiencies in the dwelling, and conduct repairs to indoor plumbing. Repairs include upgrades to electrical, structural, water, waste-water, heat systems. Temporary ramp lending is also available for handicapped residents. Energy Efficient Loans (EEL), emergency home repair and zero interest loan programs available to assist with emergency, safety, and accessibility repairs to their homes. To determine eligibility for Rapid Rehousing/Prevention Housing Grant call Central Intake at 540-724-6630.

Low Income Housing
Low income housing assists those on limited income who need a place to call home. Several options are available for those who qualify financially.

Remington Group Home
404 N Rappahannock Street, Remington

Section 8 Housing
Section 8 Housing is a government assistance program to help pay rent for low-income families. Contact Central Virginia Housing Coalition (Section 8) Fauquier County at 540-439-8690 about the Housing Choice Voucher Program. For a complete list of counties that have Section 8 Vouchers available and to check the HUD websites to find low income housing for the needy, go to the website.

Mintbrook Senior Apartments
4475 Bacon St, Bealeton
An affordable 55+ community within the Ryan Homes subdivision of Mintbrook. Conveniently located between Culpeper and Warrenton in the town of Bealeton, our community is amenity filled. Bring your small furry friend to live with you and enjoy the trails around the neighborhood. Monthly resident events will be planned in our recreation room. We have a media center to help you keep in touch with all your computer needs. An outside food pantry will deliver supplemental food if necessary. Income restrictions apply. See guidelines before calling.

Moffett Manor Apartments
115 Manor Court, Warrenton
Senior apartment community. Maximum gross income level: one person, $45,180; two person, $51,600. Includes water/sewer, trash, extermination & digital cable. Monthly activities. Security cameras and elevator.

The Oaks
305 Oaks Springs Drive, Warrenton
Senior Apartment Community for ages 55 and up. Maximum income level: one person, $45,180; two person, $51,600. All utilities included, except for cable and Internet. Daily activities. Library with computer access. Elevator access.

Warrenton Manor Apartments
663 Hastings Lane, Warrenton
Senior Apartment Community for ages 62 or up and the disabled. Subsidized rents are income based.

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Rapahannock Rapidan Community Services

15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper
www.rrcsb.org,  rrcsb@rrcsb.org
The mission of RRCS is to improve the quality of life of the citizens of Fauquier, Culpeper, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock counties by providing comprehensive behavioral health, developmental disability, substance use disorder, and aging services. RRCS offers a wide variety of programs to Fauquier residents of all ages, including transportation services (to RRCS facilities), volunteer transportation services (for medical and legal appointments), home delivered meals, an adult day care program, early intervention for infants and toddlers, services for developmentally/intellectually disabled individuals, behavioral health services for adolescents and adults, and substance abuse services.  

Services are available to citizens in each of the counties served by RRCS. For general information, please contact the administrative offices at 540-825-3100 and ask to speak to a support coordinator for the service you need or call the number listed in this guide with each service description. 


Fauquier Senior Center
430 E. Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
Fauquier Senior Center provides nutritious meals and fellowship for eligible seniors age 60 and over as well as educational and wellness programs, socialization, and recreation through many interesting and fun activities. Door-to-door transportation can be provided in most cases. The Fauquier Senior Center is open Monday through Thursday. Offered by Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS).

Warrenton Adult Day Healthcare Center
430 E. Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
The Warrenton Adult Day Healthcare Center provides a nurturing, safe environment for adults who need assistance with daily health and personal care activities. Participants must have an identified need for services or be at risk for institutional placement (e.g., nursing home) without these supportive services, as defined by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services and/or Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services standards. Open Monday through Friday. Offered by Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS).

Aging Support Coordinator Services
540-825-3100, extension 3427
The Fauquier County Support Coordinator can offer information, assistance, and options counseling services to persons age 60 and over, targeting especially those who are frail, have disabilities, or are at risk of institutional placement.

Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program (VICAP)
540-825-3100, extension 3427
Trained staff members educate, counsel, and assist older consumers on medical benefit programs, long-term care insurance, and problems or questions with Medicare and Medicaid. VICAP also helps by explaining and enrolling people in Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage plans. 


Infant and Toddler Connection (ITC)
ITC provides early intervention supports and services to infants and toddlers from birth through age two who are not developing as expected or who have a medical condition that can delay normal development. These supports and services are available for all eligible children and their families regardless of the family’s ability to pay. For more information about early intervention services, please visit www.infantva.org.

Prevention Services


Prevention services promote healthy behaviors and lifestyles for youth development. The program addresses protective factors and major risk factors such as the dangers of a substance use disorder or teen suicide and other behavioral health concerns. This program provides Mental Health First Aid training as well as supporting local community groups in prevention programs.

Behavioral Health Outpatient Services

Fauquier Behavioral Health Clinic
340 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Outpatient services consist of an array of center-based services designed to evaluate and treat the effects of behavioral health disorders that impair a person’s ability to function. Outpatient services are offered at both our Fauquier and Culpeper Behavioral Health Clinics. The Fauquier Clinic is open Monday through Friday.  For an initial assessment, Rapid Access is provided Tuesday through Friday.  Offered by Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS).  

Children’s Behavioral Health Support Coordination Services
Support coordination services for children (birth up to 18 years) help children and families learn about and access services to address behavioral, developmental, and social needs. These services focus on increasing the child’s or youth’s participation in family and community activities. There are different types of support coordination services to address a variety of needs.

Crisis Services
RRCS operates a crisis hotline that is available to residents of Fauquier 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. For individuals suffering from a mental health emergency, call 540-825-5656.

Young Adult Coordinated Care (YACC)
540-825-3100, extension 3469
Young Adult Coordinated Care is a program for people ages 15 to 25 who have been having unusual thoughts and behaviors or have been hearing or seeing things that others do not. The goal is to help handle these experiences. The program is founded on recovery-oriented principles and is designed to help adolescents and young adults reach their optimal level of functioning.

Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Services
This service includes motivational enhancement therapy, individual psychotherapy, education groups, group therapy, and drug screening programs. Programs specific to young adults (age 15 – 25) providing Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA) is available at the Culpeper Clinic and is open to Fauquier residents. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Suboxone is provided on an outpatient basis to individuals engaged in weekly counseling services at either our Culpeper or Fauquier Clinics (MAT medication services are provided at the Culpeper Clinic).

Substance Use Disorder Support Coordination
Support coordination provides supports to individuals with substance use disorder issues.  Support Coordinators assist clients in meeting their identified needs (e.g. housing, vocational, and medical) by working in collaboration with multiple service providers within the agency and in the community.

Boxwood Treatment Center – Residential and Detox Services
Boxwood’s residential alcohol and other drug treatment program involves individual, family and group counseling, educational films, lectures, and relapse prevention.  Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous (AA or NA) groups are held on a daily basis. Family programs and visitation is offered on Sundays.  The program also provides co-occurring groups for those with behavioral health and substance use issues. Boxwood Detox Services is a six-bed medically-assisted detoxification from alcohol and other drugs for individuals who are not in need of hospital-based detoxification. The detox program usually lasts four to seven days and includes medical monitoring, medication as appropriate, and education/groups. The Boxwood facility is located in Culpeper and serves residents from Fauquier County.

Peer2Peer Regional Warmline
The Peer2Peer Regional Warmline is a free, consumer-run phone service providing peer support, resource referrals, and shared experiences of hope and recovery. An alternative to a crisis line, the Warmline is run by peers with lived experience with mental health and substance abuse issues. All calls are confidential and there is no charge to the caller. The Warmline is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Operated by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Disability Services, Northwestern Community Services Board, Rappahannock Area Community Services Board, and Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services. 


Support Coordination Services
Support coordination services are the entry point for all RRCS residential and day support programs. Support Coordinators help coordinate services to meet medical, psychiatric, social, nutritional, educational, vocational, employment, housing, transportation, recreational, legal, and advocacy needs.
Intellectual/Developmental Disability Support Coordination provides services to children or adults who have a diagnosis of developmental disabilities prior to age 18. Expanded or waiver services are offered through the Developmental Disability Waiver Program for those who meet the additional eligibility requirements of the waiver program. Behavioral Health Support Coordination provides services to adults 18 and older who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and need supports to maintain stability in the community and work towards recovery.

Bridges Day Support Program
13523 Beverly Ford Road, Elkwood
Bridges offers group day, community engagement, and some community coaching services for adults with developmental disabilities, including individuals with an intellectual disability. Program activities are offered at the program location, along with a heavy emphasis on being in the community to build and maintain community connections and relationships.  Supports and skill-building opportunities are individualized. There are many opportunities for people to enhance their skills related to social interactions, communication, self-care, budgeting, physical and mental wellness, and safety, to name a few. The day program hours are typically Monday through Friday, excluding some holidays and in-service days. Offered by Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS).

Visions Clubhouse
710 US Avenue, Culpeper
Visions Clubhouse offers a structured day program of psychosocial rehabilitation services for adults diagnosed with a serious mental illness. The focus of this recovery-based program is to highlight and promote each person’s strengths and talents while managing their mental health disorders. There is emphasis on building connections with the community for social interactions, as well as to participate in volunteer work and look for employment opportunities. Offered by Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS).

Residential Programs
Residential programs work with individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and/or developmental disability to promote independent living when applicable and increase a wide range of skills.  An individualized support plan details the supports and skill building activities that are important to the individual. Some examples include supports and skill building related to social interactions, medication management, household tasks, peer support, community connections, and physical and mental wellness. The hours and types of support provided are based on the individual’s assessed needs.


540-825-3100, extension 3358
Volunteer drivers transport seniors and individuals with disabilities to their health care or legal service providers.  Reserve rides at least 48 hours in advance. Transportation is based upon availability of volunteers. There is no charge for this service, but donations are accepted and are used to further the program. Volunteers are always needed; please giver RRCS a call at the number above.

FAMS One Call Transportation Center 
710 US Avenue, Culpeper
The FAMS Call Center provides information about all available public, private, and volunteer transportation services in our region. Find out about availability, destinations, costs, and more. This service also includes free travel training and assistance with trip planning. Operated by Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services with the Rappahannock Rapidan Regional Commission.


Chronic Disease Self Management Education (CDSME) 
These free workshops are designed for individuals with any chronic health condition, plus their caregivers and family members. Learn better ways of coping and managing your health by taking part in a six-week workshop.  Small groups meet in a casual, interactive atmosphere. Contact Bonnie Vermillion, Program Coordinator at bonnired@comcast.net. Provided through Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services.


Volunteer Services
540-825-3100, extension 3358
Make a difference in Fauquier County. Join forces with many other dedicated volunteers to improve the lives of seniors. Share your interests, experience, and knowledge at a program of your choice. Volunteers are needed at our senior centers, for transit programs, for the Protective Money Management Program, and in other areas.

Aging Support Coordinator Services
540-825-3100, extension 3427
The Fauquier County Support Coordinator can offer information, assistance, and options counseling services to persons age 60 and over, targeting especially those who are frail, have disabilities, or are at risk of institutional placement.

Care Coordination/Care Transitions
540-825-3100 ext. 3464
This program supports members enrolled in the CCC Plus program by providing primary healthcare service coordination and ensuring safe and effective transitions across the healthcare continuum. These programs work closely with the client and their interdisciplinary healthcare team and provide information and guidance to improve self-management skills, enhance quality, improve outcomes, reduce hospital readmissions, and encourage appropriate health and medical service utilization.

Support Coordination Services
Support Coordination Services are the entry point for all RRCS residential and day support programs. Support Coordinators evaluate, link, monitor, and advocate for services to meet the needs of our clients in a variety of settings. Intellectual Disability Support Coordination provides services to children or adults who have a diagnosis of intellectual disabilities prior to the age of 18. Expanded or waiver services are offered through the Intellectual Disability Waiver Program for those who meet the additional eligibility requirements of the waiver program. Behavioral Health Support Coordination provides services to adults 18 and older who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and need supports to maintain stability in the community and work towards recovery.

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111 South Commerce Street, Culpeper
Amtrak provides passenger rail service in Manassas, 20 miles north of Warrenton, and in Culpeper, 25 miles south.

540-825-3100, extension 3358
Volunteer drivers transport seniors and individuals with disabilities to their health care or legal service providers. For more information see Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services in the Social Services section of this guide.

Circuit Rider
540-341-3464 or 877-777-2708
Circuit Rider covers Fauquier County. Schedule repeats every hour. First run starts at 7:30 a.m. and last run starts at 4:30 p.m. Route starts and ends in the rear side lot of the Warrenton Post Office. When inclement weather or other circumstances cause an interruption of service, public service announcements will be broadcast on WKCW (1420 AM) and WPRZ (1250 AM).

Demand-Response Transportation Service
540-825-2456 or 540-341-3464
Demand Service is a curb-to-curb transportation service open to the general public by reservation. All equipment is lift-equipped and handicapped accessible. Rides can be booked up to two weeks in advance but with at minimal notice of at least 24 hours. Scheduled riders should be prepared to leave 20 minutes before or after the scheduled time. Passengers unable to ride alone are permitted to bring a companion for free. Citizens may also inquire about an American with Disability Act application if they need American with Disability Act services. Service hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Foothills Area Mobility System (FAMS)
One-call/click Transportation Center

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Foothills Area Mobility System (FAMS) Call Center is the one-stop transportation information referral source for the counties of Culpeper, Madison, Orange, Fauquier and Rappahannock. The FAMS call center gives out free information on public, private, and volunteer transportation options. Learn how to navigate through town and allow a mobility specialists to help plan your trip. They offer free travel training, where the mobility specialist will teach an individual or group of individuals how to navigate through the public transportation system. All services are offered at no cost.

Greyhound Bus Stations near Fauquier
703-971-7598 6770 or 540-373-2103
6770 Frontier Drive, Springfield
1400 Jefferson Davis Highway, Fredericksburg
For fares and schedules: 800-231-2222 or en Espanol 800-531-5332.

P.O.Box 3178, Warrenton
VolTran’s volunteer drivers provide free rides to medical appointments and other critical errands for elderly, disabled, and low-income residents of Fauquier, Rappahannock, and northern Culpeper Counties. Transportation may extend to services into other local Counties, depending on driver availability. VolTran partners with the FAMS One-Call Transportation Center for ride scheduling; calls to VolTran’s phone number are answered by FAMS staff and ride requests are then forwarded to VolTran. Ride requests should be made at least 48 hours in advance. Volunteer drivers use their own vehicles and set their own schedules – new volunteers are always welcome.

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Veterans Services

American Legion
9324 West Street, Suite 201, Manassas
American Legion assists all veterans in the northern region of Virginia with accessing a full range of services available to them. This includes: Veterans Affairs claim compensation, healthcare, and other VA benefits and services.

Hero’s Bridge
5150 Park Lake Drive, Midland VA 22728
Janelle Davenport
www.Herosbridge.org; info@herosbridge.org
Hero’s Bridge is a nonprofit organization serving military veterans age 65 and older who are in need of assistance. This organization is one of only a few focusing on the special needs of older veterans. Hero’s Bridge provides friendly visits throughout the month, transportation to doctors’ appointments, facilitates acquisition of needed benefits from the Veterans Administration (VA), and more through a variety of program offerings. Volunteers interested in ensuring these elderly soldiers don’t “just fade away,” are welcome. Services are provided at no cost to the veteran or their family.

Virginia Department of Veterans Services
9300 West Courthouse Road, Suite 305, Manassas
Jonathan Patrick
Helen.pickard@dvs.virginia.gov; jonathan.patrick@dvs.virginia.gov
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services advocates for Virginia veterans and connects them to benefits and services they have earned, and also offers the Virginia Veteran and Family Support program (formerly known as the Wounded Warrior Program). Help with health benefits, disability compensation, VA pensions, survivor benefits, home loan guarantees, and education benefits is provided. All services are provided free of charge. DVS/VVFS Northern Region serves the following counties: Stafford, Fauquier, Warren, Culpeper, Rappahannock, Page, Shenandoah, Frederick, Clarke, Loudoun, Fairfax, Prince William, Arlington, Alexandria.

Important Veterans Services Phone Numbers

Bereavement Counseling

Civilian Health and Medical Program

Federal Recovery Coordination Program

Education and Training Benefits

Foreign Medical Program

Headstones and Markers

Health Care

Home Loans

Homeless Veterans

Life Insurance

National Cemetery Scheduling Office

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Pension Management Center

Presidential Memorial Certificate Program

Special Health Issues

Spina Bifida/Children of Women Vietnam Veterans

Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD)

Veterans Administration (VA) Benefits

Women Veterans

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En Espanol

Bienvenidos a la guía de recursos del condado de Fauquier. Hemos organizados los siguientes servicios locales con líneas de ayuda directas , comida y nutrición, educación y empleo, servicios legales, ropa y muebles, salud, servicios sociales, transporte y vivienda. El poder de una comunidad se revela por la diversidad y el ingenio de sus miembros. Esperamos que esta guía muestre que uno no está enfrentando la vida solo. Estamos juntos en la lucha. ¡Sí se puede!


2-1-1 Virginia

Alcoholismo: Consejo Nacional Sobre Alcoholismo

Centro de Prevención y Control de Enfermedad

Centro de Control de Veneno 

Centro de Ayuda para Mujeres Embarazadas 
703-330-1300; Fax 540-347-7770
8691 Stonewall Rd, Suite B, Manassas, VA 20110 

Centro de Embarazo de Virginia Central 

Centro de Ayuda para Encontrar Niños Desaparecidos 

Centro de Información sobre el Cáncer

La Cruz Roja Americana 
Central y Shenandoah Virginia

Línea de Ayuda Contra el Abuso de Sustancias 

Línea de Ayuda Para el SIDA/VIH

Línea de Crisis Para Veteranos
800-273-8255 (oprime 1)

Línea Directa de Abuso y Negligencia Infantil 

Línea Directa Adicción a la Cocaína 
800-662-HELP (4357)

Línea Directa de Esperanza (contra suicídio) 

Línea Directa Para Niños que Abandonan sus Hogares 

Línea Directa de Prevención del Suicidio 
800-273-TALK (8255)

Línea Directa Contra el Terrorismo 

Línea Directa Contra la Violencia Doméstica
800-799-SAFE (7233)

Línea Directa Contra la Violencia Familiar en Virginia

Narcóticos Anónimos 

PATH Community Link (Recursos en la Comunidad) 
855-495-LINK (5465)
Se habla español 
Nuestra organización ayuda a personas necesitadas a encontrar recursos locales, incluyendo servicios gratuitos o de bajo costo. 

Prevenir el Abuso Infantil en Virginia 

Programa de Defensa Contra la Violencia Doméstica y el Asalto Sexual del Condado de Fauquier
Línea Directa las 24 horas 540-422-8460

Red de Protección de Adultos


Servicios para familias víctimas de abuso.

Salud Mental (NAMI)



Educación Para Adultos en la Region Piedmont (PRACEP)
Clases gratis de inglés y GED.

Escuelas publicas de Fauquier (Fauquier County Schools)
Informacion general 
540-422-7000; Fax 540-422-7057
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 40, Warrenton VA 20186

Fauquier Community Action Head Start Program
(Programa Preescolar) 
Programa preescolar financiado por el gobierno federal para niños elegibles, de 3 a 5 años de edad, que residen en el condado de Fauquier. Proporcionamos servicios integrales para niños inscritos y sus familias, que incluyen salud, nutrición, desarrollo social/emocional y educativo. 

La Universidad Comunitaria Lord Fairfax (Lord Fairfax Community College)
6480 College Street, Warrenton VA 20187
www.lfcc.edu, cwood@lfcc.edu 
Lord Fairfax Community College es una institución de educación avanzada con 4 localidades:  Middletown, Warrenton, Luray-Page County and Vint Hill, sirviendo 8 localidades en Virginia central. Ofrecen más de 75 programas y certificados para todo el público. 

Understood – Para Problemas de Aprendizaje y Atención 
Apoyo a padres de niños con problemas de aprendizaje y atención. Understood brinda recursos, acceso gratuito a expertos y una plataforma para que padres en circunstancias similares compartan sus experiencias. 

Voluntarios de la Alfabetización de Fauquier (Literacy Volunteer) 
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 10, Warrenton, VA 20186
Voluntarios de la alfabetización ofrecen ayuda con la GED, clases de inglés, conocimiento de finanzas y la salud. También ayudan a hacer un currículum enfocado en encontrar empleo. Todo los servicios son gratuitos. 


Goodwill Industries – Youth Workforce
540-581-0620 opción 4
www.goodwillvalleys.com/work-and-training-services, wfd@goodwillvalleys.com
El programa WIOA Youth ayuda a los jóvenes a acceder a oportunidades de aprendizaje basado en el trabajo, credenciales reconocidas en la industria y ocupaciones de empleo en demanda. Los componentes clave del programa son: tutoría para jóvenes y adultos, desarrollo de liderazgo, preparación laboral, académica y otras más. 

The Work Place
320  Hospital Drive Ste. 11 Warrenton, VA 20186
Asistencia gratuita con la búsqueda de empleo y una sala de computación. Horario: lunes a viernes de 10:00 am-3:00 pm; martes de 9:00 am-3:00 pm.



La Clinica Gratis de Fauquier 
35 Rock Pointe Lane, Warrenton, VA 20186
www.fauquierfreeclinic.org, info@fauquierfreeclinic.com
La clínica gratis de Fauquier provee atención médica, dental, y de salud mental a todas familias sin seguro médico en los condados de Fauquier y Rappahannock.

Clínica Dental 
La clínica dental brinda atención de emergencia y preventiva a niños con Medicaid, adultos con Medicare y adultos sin seguro, siempre que cumplan con los criterios financieros. Los servicios incluyen exámenes integrales, empastes, extracciones, radiografías y limpiezas. La cirugía oral y la asistencia para obtener prótesis dentales se ofrecen de forma limitada. Por favor llámenos para una cita. 

Servicios Médicos y de Salud Mental
La Clínica brinda servicios médicos y de salud mental a residentes elegibles de los condados de Fauquier Y Rappahannock que no tienen seguro o son de bajos recursos. En muchos casos, la Clínica puede proporcionar medicamentos sin costo. La clínica de Warrenton está abierta los martes, miércoles y jueves solo con cita previa.   

Departamento de Salud de Fauquier (Health Department)
330 Hospital Drive, Suite 101, Warrenton, VA 20186
Servicios gratis incluye: sillas infantiles, vacunas, cuidado dental, chequeo médico para niños (excluye chequeos para deportes o escuela), planificación familiar, pruebas y asesoramiento de embarazo, cuidado prenatal (excluye parto), artículos para la lactancia materna, y WIC (nutrición para mujeres, bebés, y niños). Por favor llámenos para una cita. 


Minute Clinic CVS
510 Blackwell Road, Warrenton

Piedmont Urgent Care
493 Blackwell Road, Suite 101B, Warrenton

Warrenton Urgent Care
75 W. Lee Highway, Warrenton


Fauquier Health
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton, VA 20186
www.fauquierhealth.org , referral@fauquierhealth.org 

El único hospital en el condado con una variedad de servicios médicos:

Rehabilitación Cardiaca 

Educación Comunitaria 

Clinica de Diabetes

Sala de Emergencia-abierto 24 horas

Centro de Maternidad

Fauquier Health-Centro de Rehabilitación y Cuidado al Largo Plazo
360 Hospital Drive, Warrenton, VA 20186

Servicios de Atención Domiciliaria

Centro de Infusión – Tratamientos y Quimioterapia 

Servicios Ambulatorios – Pruebas de Laboratorio y Exámenes 

Rehabilitación Física 

Referencia Médica – Una Línea Directa Para Encontrar el Médico Adecuado 

Centro de Sueño – Para Estudiar Problemas de Sueño
Warrenton Professional Center, 493 Blackwell Road, Warrenton, VA
Este laboratorio tipo hotel proporciona una variedad de estudios para diagnóstico el trastorno de sueño. 

The Villa at Suffield Meadows – Vivienda Asistida para Ancianos 
540-316-3800; Fax 540-316-3801
6735 Suffield Lane, Warrenton, VA 20187

Centro de Sanar Heridas – Equipo especial para rehabilitar heridas de larga duración 
Centro de Bienestar – Clases de ejercicio, rehabilitación, y masaje


Care Net – Centro de Recursos de Embarazo
559 Frost Avenue, Suite 100, Warrenton
Personal capacitado proporciona, sin costo y completamente confidencial, pruebas de embarazo; ultrasonido limitado (para clientes calificados); educación sobre aborto, adopción, maternidad y suministros para bebés. 

Centro de Embarazo de Warrenton
400 Holiday Court, Suite 101 Warrenton
El Centro de Embarazo de Warrenton ofrece servicios gratuitos y confidenciales a quienes enfrentan un embarazo inesperado. Estámos abiertos para las mujeres de Fauquier y todos los condados de los alrededores, independientemente de sus circunstancias. Los servicios gratuitos incluyen: pruebas de embarazo, ultrasonidos, asesoramiento, clases educativas, tienda de bebé, y apoyo pos aborto. 

Servicios Para Niños
Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier Inc.
169 Keith Street, Warrenton
www.bgcfauquier.org, info@bgcfauquier.org
Un programa integral de desarrollo juvenil que atiende a niños de 5 a 18 años en tres lugares durante el año escolar, en la escuela intermedia Cedar Lee, la escuela intermedia Marshall y la casa club de Warrenton que también ofrece un programa de verano. 

Caring for Angels – Guarderia
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
Cuidamos a sus pequeños ángeles y les enseñamos habilidades básicas para el futuro en un ambiente cristiano y solidario. Matrícula $125 por semana. 

Club de Fútbol del Condado de Fauquier 
El club ofrece programas recreativos para jóvenes de 3 a 19 años de edad. También ofrece un programa para niños con necesidades especiales para que aprendan y se diviertan jugando futbol. 

Fauquier Community Child Care (FCCC) – Guarderia 
26 Ashby Street, Warrenton 
FCCC es un programa de cuidado infantil. También ofrece cuido antes y después de la escuela durante el año escolar y varios programas de campamento de verano. 

Healthy Families Fauquier
Departamento de Salud
330 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Healthy Families es un programa gratuito y voluntario disponible para los futuros padres y las personas con recién nacidos. Ayudan a los padres a prepararse para el nacimiento de sus bebés y brinda información sobre crianza de los hijos, desarrollo infantil y recursos comunitarios. 


Legal Aid Works
1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2122, Culpeper, VA
www.legalaidworks.org; LAWCulp@legalaidworks.org
Para residentes de bajos ingresos que necesitan asistencia legal gratuita en asuntos civiles. Los servicios están disponibles para cualquier persona sin importar su estatus legal. Se habla español. 

Northern Virginia Family Service – Servicios Legales de Inmigracion
Tori Andrea Babington, Esq.
65 Culpeper Street, Suite 202, Warrenton, VA 
Northern Virginia family Service proporciona asistencia legal a bajo costo para casos de inmigración. Los servicios están disponibles en inglés y español. Por favor llame para hacer una consulta. 

Servicios de EEUU para Ciudadanía y Inmigración
(US Citizenship & Immigration Services) 



El Ejército de la Salvación (The Salvation Army of Fauquier County) 
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
Provee ayuda de emergencia a familias de Fauquier para pagar los costos de electricidad, agua, y calefacción. Un trabajador social determinará si califica para el programa. Por favor llámenos para hacer una cita. 

Sociedad de San Vicente – (St. Vincent de Paul Society) 
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
540 270-6774
271 Winchester Street, Warrenton VA 20186
Se ofrece ayuda financiera para la electricidad, agua, calefacción, combustible, y otras necesidades. También provee comida por medio de la dispensa ubicada en la iglesia St. John’s.  

People Helping People (Personas Ayudando Personas)
34 Beckham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierphp.com, php.fauquier@verizon.net
La misión de PHP es proporcionar asistencia financiera de emergencia a los residentes del condado de Fauquier que se enfrentan a dificultades debido a circunstancias fuera de su control, es decir, problemas médicos, pérdida de empleo o muerte en la familia. Ayudan a pagar facturas de servicios públicos para evitar la desconexión del servicio. Horario es de lunes a jueves de 9 a.m. a 12 p.m., solo con cita previa. 


Banco de Alimentos & Tienda de Segunda Mano de Fauquier
(Food Bank and Thrift Store)
Tienda 540-359-6054 Banco de Alimentos 540-359-6053
249 East Shirley Ave Warrenton VA 20186
El banco de alimentos ofrece productos básicos de USDA, servicios de despensa, algunos suministros personales y leña para clientes registrados solo en el condado de Fauquier. El horario es de lunes a viernes de 12 pm a 4 pm. Cada persona califica según sus ingresos. Puede recoger alimentos dos veces al mes. 

Clara’s Faith House – Dispensa de Alimentos 
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
www.communitytouchinc.org, tchampion@communitytouchinc.org
Abierto todos los sábados de 9 am a 12 pm.

Coalición de Distribución de Alimentos del Condado de Fauquier
540-905-7227 (deje mensaje)
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierfood.org, info@fauquierfood.org
El tercer sábado de cada mes, la coalición distribuye comida y otros artículos necesarios de 9 am a 11:30 am en la Iglesia Metodista de Warrenton (atrás de Pizza Hut)

Fauquier FISH (Food Pantry)
Dispensa de alimentos: 24 Pelham Street, Warrenton, VA 20186 
540-347-FISH (3474)
www.fauquierfish.org, foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
La dispensa de alimentos de Fauquier FISH distribuye alimentos integrales y nutritivos, incluyendo leche, verduras frescas, y huevos. No se necesita cita. Llámenos para el horario actual.

320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Alice Jane Childs Building, Warrenton
El Departamento de Servicios Sociales del Condado de Fauquier brinda una amplia variedad de beneficios y servicios. Los beneficios incluyen Medicaid Y SNAP, Asistencia Temporal para Familias Necesitadas (TANF), asistencia de guardería, ayuda limitada para los costos de alquiler, asistencia de energía y asistencia de emergencia. Los servicios incluyen servicios de protección para adultos y niños vulnerables, servicios preventivos para familias con niños y adultos vulnerables y servicios de empleo. La solicitud de beneficios se realiza en línea visitando www.commonhelp.virginia.gov o en la oficina de Fauquier. La determinación de elegibilidad es agilizado cuando la solicitud se realiza en línea. Si desea presentar una solicitud en la oficina, se recomienda hacer una cita. Horario es de lunes a viernes, de 8 am a 4:30 pm. 

El Departamento de Servicios Sociales Administra los Siguientes Programas (y más): 

Asistencia de Emergencia (Emergency Assistance) 
El departamento proporciona asistencia de emergencia limitada principalmente para evitar la pérdida de vivienda. 

Asistencia Temporal para Familias Necesitadas (TANF)
Proporciona asistencia financiera temporal para familias elegibles con hijos menores de edad que son ciudadanos americanos. Se requiere una entrevista para determinar si califica. 

Ayuda con la Energia (Energy Assistance Programs) 
Este programa tiene tres partes: asistencia de combustible, asistencia de crisis y asistencia de aire acondicionado. Además, puede ayudarles a acceder a programas de asistencia energética operados por compañías de servicios públicos, como Dominion.  

Beneficios – Medicaid
Programas de seguros médicos para niños y adultos elegibles, incluyendo mujeres embarazadas, personas con discapacidades, y ancianos. Para aplicar, visita www.commonhelp.virginia.gov o llame a la oficina de Fauquier. 

Estampillas de Comida (SNAP)
Ayuda a las familias a comprar alimentos nutritivos, semillas y plantas para cultivar alimentos. 

Medicaid para Largo Plazo  (Medicaid for Long-Term Care) 
Seguro médico que cubre la atención a largo plazo para las personas con condiciones mentales o físicas requiriendo supervisión de enfermería y asistencia con las actividades de la vida diaria.

Programa de Asistencia de Cuidado Infantil
(Child Care Assistance Program) 
Ayudan a las familias de bajos ingresos a encontrar y pagar cuidado para sus hijos. Para calificar, debe ser residente del condado de Fauquier, cumplir con las pautas de ingresos, y estar trabajando o estudiando tiempo completo. 

Servicios de Protección para Adultos (APS)
Llame para reportar casos de abuso o negligencia de adultos mayores de 60 años o personas con discapacidades mayores de 18 años. 

Servicios de Protección para Niños (Child Protective Services)
Llame para reportar casos de abuso y negligencia de niños. 

Servicios Familiares (Family Services) 
Programa diseñado para ayudar a los niños y familias a resolver crisis y permanecer juntos de manera segura en sus propios hogares siempre que sea posible. 

Fauquier Habitat for Humanity Re-Store
617 Frost Ave, Warrenton, VA 20186
Tienda de materiales de construcción y artículos para el hogar. 

Noah’s Ark
10499 Jerico Road, Bealeton
Proveemos productos donados a familias necesitadas, como ropa profesional, ropa para niños, lavadoras, secadoras, refrigeradoras, microondas y otros artículos para el hogar. Todos los productos se entregan de forma gratuita a través de nuestro programa de cupones a personas calificadas de bajos ingresos que necesitan asistencia. 

Tienda del Ejército de la Salvación (The Salvation Army Family Store)
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton, VA
Tienda de artículos usados a bajos precios. Se reciben donaciones. Horario: lunes a viernes 10 am a 5 pm. Sábado de 10 am a 2 pm. 

(Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services)
540-829-6405 – informacion general; (540) 825-5656 – salud mental
15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper, VA 22701
RRCS ofrece una variedad de programas y servicios para personas que sufren una condición mental, ancianos, niños, y personas con discapacidades. RRCS ofrece programas a residentes de Fauquier de todas las edades, incluyendo servicios de transporte, comida a domicilio, un programa de cuidado de día para adultos, intervención temprana para bebes y niños pequeños, servicios para personas con discapacidades de desarrollo/intelectuales, servicios de salud conductual para adolescentes, adultos, y servicios de abuso de sustancias. 


Programa de Violencia Doméstica y Apoyo Contra el Asalto Sexual del Condado de Fauquier (FCDVSAP)
24-Hora Linea directa: 540-422-8460
La misión de FCDVSAP es ayudar a las personas mejorar su calidad de vida, romper los ciclos del abuso doméstico por medio del apoyo uno-a-uno con el cliente y grupo de apoyo. Servicios incluyen línea directa de ayuda, apoyo legal, intervención, albergue de emergencia, transporte y recursos comunitarios. 

Services to Abused Families, Inc. (SAFE) (Servicios a Familias Abusadas)
24-Hora Línea directa: 800-825-8876; Oficina: 540-825-8891
501 E. Piedmont Street, Culpeper, VA 22701
Servicios gratuitos y confidenciales de apoyo a sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica, asalto sexual y acecho. Servicios incluyen albergue, línea directa de ayuda, intervención de crisis, plan de seguridad, apoyo, servicios para niños, programas de educación sobre el abuso doméstico, y acompañamiento a citas de courte. 


Servicios de Albergue para Familias de Fauquier 
(Fauquier Family Shelter Services, Inc.) 
540-351-0130 or 540-341-0900
95 Keith Street/P.O. Box 3599, Warrenton, VA 20188
El único albergue de emergencia en Fauquier County. Tiene 52 camas y puede acomodar 11 familias. Hay personal presente 24 horas. Ofrecen programas de apoyo para niños y adultos. 

Transición de Vivienda
(Victory Transitional Housing/Community Touch Inc.)
540-439-9300 or 540-439-4917
Directora: Felicia Champion 
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton, VA 22712
Ofrece alojamiento de transición a familias sin hogar. Los trabajadores sociales ayudan a las personas a lograr y mantener una mejor calidad de vida. Para ser elegible, debe tener empleo y un carro confiable. Cuando hay fondos disponibles, también ayudan con el depósito inicial de alquiler y pagos de servicios a familias sin hogar. 

Vint Hill Vivienda De Transición
4383 Hunsberger Drive, Unit H, Warrenton, VA 20187
Casa de transición para un año. Para calificar uno debe tener empleo, niños menores de 18 años de edad, y carro confiable. 30% de sus ingresos cubrirán el costo de la vivienda.  

Vivienda Transitoria BARN, Inc.
9541 Linton Hall Road, Bristow, VA 20136
Fundada en 1997 por las Hermanas Benedictinas de Virginia, el BARN es una organización sin fines de lucro que ofrece alojamiento y acceso a servicios para mujeres y sus hijos sin hogar. Alojamiento disponible de 6 meses hasta 24 meses. Para calificar, las madres deben tener al menos 19 años de edad, tener custodia física de al menos un hijo, cumplir con los requisitos de HUD para personas sin hogar, y ser referidas por una agencia de la comunidad. 


Centro de llamada para el transporte (FAMS) 
710 US Ave. Culpeper, VA 22701
El centro de llamadas de FAMS brinda información gratuita sobre opciones de transporte público, privado y voluntario. Aprenda a navegar por la ciudad y permita que un especialista en movilidad lo ayude a planificar su viaje.

Circuit Rider
540-341-3464 o 877-777-2708
Circuit Rider cubre el condado de Fauquier. La primera carrera comienza a las 7:30 am y la última a las 4:30 pm. El horario se repite cada hora. La ruta comienza y termina en el estacionamiento al lado posterior de la oficina de correos de Warrenton. Tarifa: $0.50 por ida. 

Demand-Response Servicio de Transporte
540-825-2456 o 540-341-3464
El servicio de demanda es un servicio de transporte abierto al público en general mediante reservación. Todos los autos & buses están equipado con elevador y accesible para discapacitados. Los viajes se pueden reservar con hasta dos semanas de anticipación, pero con un mínimo de aviso de al menos 24 horas. Los pasajeros deben estar preparados para partir 20 minutos antes o después de la hora programada. Los pasajeros que no pueden viajar solos pueden traer un acompañante gratis.

P.O. Box 3178, Warrenton, VA 20188
Conductores voluntarios brindan transporte gratuito a citas médicas y otros mandados para ancianos, discapacitados y residentes de bajos ingresos en los condados de Fauquier, Rappahannock, y el norte de Culpeper.

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