Fauquier Resource Guide 2021

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Welcome to the eleventh annual edition of the free Fauquier County Community Resource Guide. The Guide provides a directory of a wide range of the health and human services that provide a “safety net” for the citizens of our county. This free Guide, which includes a Spanish-language section, is available throughout the county at sites listed in this Guide.

Once again, we thank the Piedmont Publishing Group whose commitment to community service, expert professional production, and solicitation of ads for the Guide make it possible to provide this valuable resource at no cost to the community. The free listings in this Guide are for organizations providing health and human services. We also extend a big thank you to those organizations that purchase ads.

The Partnership for Community Resources (PCR) is an informal group of staff and volunteers from numerous non-profit, government, and for-profit human services agencies in and near Fauquier County. Our mission is “to strengthen, support, raise public awareness, and enhance collaboration and communication between community-based organizations, churches, and government concerning the health and human service needs of our community.”

For more information on PCR, email pcrfauquier@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/431307150403412/. 

Neil Swanson
Chair, Partnership for Community Resources


FAUQUIER COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE
The free listings in this Guide are for organizations providing health and human services.
Publisher: Piedmont Publishing Group, 70 Main St., Ste. #32, Warrenton, VA 20186  |  Advertising: Jim Kelly, Jim@piedmontpub.com, 434-987-3542 | Listings: guidepcr@gmail.com Organizations submit listing information to Piedmont Publishing Group for inclusion in this annual guide. While reasonable care is taken with all material submitted, the publisher cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to any such material, or for any mistakes or omissions. Reproduction in whole or part is strictly prohibited. ©2020-2021 Rappahannock Media LLC.


Table of Contents

Children’s Services

Education, Employment & Job Training 

Education

Employment & Job Training

Libraries 

Emergency Services 

Foundation & Nonprofit Support 

Healthcare 

Addiction, Counseling & Mental Health

Assisted Living

Disability Services

Free Medical Clinics

Home Health Providers

Hospice Providers

Hospital Services (Fauquier Health)

Medical Equipment

Medicaid & Medicare Information

Medical Services

Nursing & Rehabilitation Facilities

Urgent Care Services

Helplines & Hotlines 

Legal & Court Services 

Fauquier County Court Systems

Senior Services 

Social Services

Clothing & Furniture

Domestic Violence & Abuse

Human Trafficking

Fauquier County Dept. of Social Services (DSS)

Financial Assistance Programs

Employment Services

Financial & Tax Assistance

Food Assistance

Fuel & Utility Assistance

Housing: Emergency and Transitional

Home Repair & Improvement Assistance

Low Income Housing

Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS)

Transportation 

Veterans’ Services 

En Español (Spanish)


Childrens Services

4-H Clubs/Virginia Cooperative Extension
540-341-7950, ext 4
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
https://fauquier.ext.vt.edu/programs.html
Lenah Nguyen: lgeer@vt.edu
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. Through 4-H, young people are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities that emphasize the development of leadership, citizenship, and life skills. Fauquier offers 4-H clubs that focus on livestock, horse, dog, robotics, and shooting education projects.

Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier
540-349-8890
169 Keith Street, Warrenton
www.bgcfauquier.org, info@bgcfauquier.org
A comprehensive youth development program that serves 5 to 18 year olds at two locations during the school year (Keith St. Clubhouse in Warrenton and Cedar Lee Middle School in Bealeton). Summer programming is in the Warrenton Clubhouse only. Priority outcomes are healthy lifestyles, career and academic success, and good character and leadership. Outcomes are achieved through diverse, high-quality programming in STEM, high yield learning activities, career exploration, community service, health education, life skills training, and more.

Caring for Angels Childcare and Preschool
540-439-1244
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton VA 22712
Visit our Facebook page: Caring for Angels Childcare Center
https://www.communitytouchinc.org, feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
We care for your little angels and teach them basic skills for the future. We are a place where children learn, grow, and have fun in a healthy, clean, and loving atmosphere. We provide 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
540-422-7144
www.fcps1.org, cking1@fcps1.org
Child Find is an ongoing process to locate and evaluate children ages 2 (by September 30th) 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 30th) 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 a 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 & Beyond
www.families4fauquier.com, Families4Fauquier@gmail.com
Families 4 Fauquier & Beyond, Inc. is a nonprofit organization passionate about community involvement. We are dedicated to promoting community involvement by uniting and connecting local area families that care about helping to make a difference in Fauquier County and beyond. We are committed to strengthening and enriching 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 camps listing, preschool directory, 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 Community Action Head Start Program
540-347-7000
430 East Shirley Avenue, Building C, Warrenton
www.fcacheadstart.org, pwashington@cwcap.org
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)
540-347-6970
26 Ashby Street, Warrenton, VA
Fcccva.org, general@fcccva.org
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)
540-422-8400
320 Hospital Hill, Suite 11, Warrenton
See full Department of Social Services (DSS) listing in the Social Services section of this guide.

Fauquier Childcare Services
540-423-8718
P.O. Box 421, Bealeton
Lorraine Whitfield at Lorrainewhitfield7@gmail.com
Fauquier Childcare Services provides resources and referrals to parents, families, and childcare providers. We promote professional quality support, resources, and technical assistance to providers in family childcare. We serve Fauquier, Culpeper, Orange, Prince William, and surrounding areas. Business training, technical assistance, and consulting are services also provided. FCS also provides parents referrals and information on childcare resources and coordinates with other agencies and provides CPR Training, MAT (Medical Administration Training), and more. Call or email for more information.

Fauquier FISH Baby Supplies
540-347-FISH
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
http://fauquierfish.org, foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
Fauquier FISH Food Pantry stocks diapers and wipes. A limited supply of formula is also available. Bring in your formula container or label. Hours: Summer, Tues & Sat 9:30 am – Noon, Thurs 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm; Winter, Tues & Sat 9:30 am – Noon, Thurs. 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Fauquier FISH Book Bags & School Supplies Program
540-347-FISH
http://fauquierfish.org, bookbags@fauquierfish.org
For children in need attending Fauquier County Public Schools. Register your children to receive a brand-new book bag and the school supplies based on your child’s grade. Registration forms are available each year beginning mid-May at Dept. of Social Services, Fauquier Community Food Bank & Thrift Store, and Fauquier FISH Food Pantry. The form is also available for download from our website.

Fauquier FISH Kids in the Kitchen
540-347-FISH
http://fauquierfish.org, foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
Kid-friendly fun and delicious snack and meal kits to take and fix at home and share with the whole family. It’s never too early to teach children about good food and good health. These delicious, affordable, and healthy meals that are easy to fix are aimed at getting kids into the kitchen and away from packaged, processed, and fast foods. Available once a month to registered food pantry households with kids ages 2- 17.

Fauquier FISH Weekend Power Pack Program
540-347-FISH
http://fauquierfish.org, weekendpowerpack@fauquierfish.org
Eligible children receive a backpack of food to take home from school each Friday during the school year. Bags typically contain enough food to feed a family of four 3-meals per weekend day. Request information at school from the principal or guidance counselors on your child’s eligibility.

Fauquier Special Olympics
fauquierspecialolympics@gmail.com
On Facebook at @fauquierspecialolympics
See full listing under Disability Services – Sports & Recreation.

Fauquier Youth Orchestra
703-853-5899
102 Main Street, Warrenton
info@fauquieryouthorchestra.org, www.fauquieryouthorchestra.org
The Fauquier County Youth Orchestra is a nonprofit organization offering the opportunity for local students of all levels to participate in learning and performing orchestra and band music. The FYO welcomes all music students in the Fauquier County region. Low tuition payments and no audition required! Weekly rehearsals are Wednesdays from 6:00-7:30 pm. Please contact us at info@fauquieryouthorchestra.org for more information.

Girls on the Run Piedmont
Kathy Butler, Council Director
540-296-4687
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 and Rappahannock
540-948-3916 ext. 440
98 Alexandria Pike, Suite 43, Warrenton
HFSupervisor@skylinecap.org
Healthy Families is available to anyone who is expecting a child or who has a newborn and is interested in receiving information on parenting and community resources. Healthy Families is pleased to offer services free of charge to parents in Fauquier and Rappahannock counties.

TOPSoccer
Coach John Schlenker
www.fcsc.org/TOPSoccer, piedmontTOPsoccer@gmail.com
See full listing Disability Services – Sports & Recreation.

Verdun Adventure Bound
540-937-4920
17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville
www.verdunadventurebound.org
Located over a lush 66 acres in the rolling hills of the Piedmont—Verdun Adventure Bound offers a pole-based high and low ropes challenge course, retreat center, Amphitheatre, pavilion, and pond. Verdun is a nonprofit facility focused on supporting and promoting the personal growth of youth and adults through experiential learning and is open and accessible to individuals of all abilities, boasting a six-element high ropes course designed specifically for participants with disabilities. The Verdun campus is the premier natural habitat for groups seeking team building in an outdoor educational and high-adventure environment. Verdun is available year-round for reservation by a variety of groups: public and independent schools grades 4 through 12; corporate organizations; church youth and adult groups, youth and adult retreats, civic groupings, scouting events (camping and jamborees), and all sports teams. The Anne Marie Sheridan Amphitheatre is an intimate outdoor venue perfect for music concerts, live theatre performances for children and adults, ceremonies, and services, all under the Virginia stars. No group or event is too minor—give us a call at our office today to schedule your next event!

Virginia Preschool Initiative (VPI) Fauquier County Public Schools
540-422-7144
www.fcps1.org, cking@fcps1.org
Fauquier County Public Schools offers preschool at no cost for children who are four-years-old by September 30th and meet eligibility guidelines. Applications will be available January 15th at all elementary schools and are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Young Life Fauquier County
Lou Chiccehitto, Area Director
540-422-2095
www.fauquiercounty.younglife.org, lou.chicc@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 Wednesday night during the school year. We also have a WyldLife club for the middle schools in the county. WyldLife meets two Saturdays every month. Capernaum, our Young Life for students with disabilities, meets one Saturday evening a month. For more information, contact Lou Chiccehitto at lou.chicc@gmail.com.

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Education, Employment, and Job Training

Education

4-H Clubs/Virginia Cooperative Extension
540-341-7950, ext 4
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
https://fauquier.ext.vt.edu/programs.html,
Lenah Nguyen: lgeer@vt.edu
See full listing under Children’s Services.

Allegro Community School of the Arts
540-349-5088
39 Culpeper St, Warrenton
www.allegrocsa.org, lachelle@allegrocsa.org
Allegro is a nonprofit organization offering private and group instruction to students of all ages in music, theatre and dance. Allegro’s Music Academy for the Blind and its 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 tracks. 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. The new Thrive program offers music-based programs to adults 55 and over including Dance for Parkinson’s Disease.

The Arc of North Central Virginia (The Arc of NCV)
571-399-5390
P.O. Box 3186, Warrenton
http://www.arcofncv.org, info@arcofncv.org
See full listing under Disability Services – Advocacy.

Autism Society of Northern Virginia
703-495-8444
10467 White Granite Drive, #324, Oakton
https://www.asnv.org, info@asnv.org
See full listing under Disability Services – General Disability Resources.

Be The Change Foundation
540-222-7242
https://www.bethechangefoundation.us,
bethechangefound@gmail.com
Our mission is to empower women to see opportunities in the face of obstacles, build on those opportunities and overcome those obstacles, strengthen women by providing training, mentoring support, education, and resources such as small business enterprise loans, and inspire women to set a powerful example for future generations. To accomplish these goals, we offer a 12-week training class for women in Fauquier and surrounding counties who want to start a business or move to the next level in an existing business. All classes are conducted at the LFCC Campus in Warrenton. Interested? Visit the website and download the application!

Blue Ridge Tutor
540-675-1211
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 the 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, DecodingDyslexia
PWC.fauquier@gmail.com or lbruni18@gmail.com
See full listing under Disability Services – Education.

Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI)
Toll-Free: 800-622-2155
https://www.vdbvi.org/
See full listing under Disability Services – General Disability.

Clifton Institute, Inc.
540-341-3651
6712 Blantyre Road, Warrenton
www.cliftoninstitute.org, info@cliftoninstitute.org
We provide environmental education, carry out ecological research, and restore habitats for native plants and animals. Our 900-acre field station, permanently protected under conservation easement, provides a beautiful backdrop for all of our programs.

Fauquier Community Action Head Start Program
540-347-7000
430 East Shirley Avenue, Building C, Warrenton
www.fcacheadstart.org, pwashington@cwcap.org
See full listing under Children’s Services.

Fauquier County Office of Virginia Cooperative Extension
540-341-7950
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
https://fauquier.ext.vt.edu/
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
540-422-7000
320 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
www.fcps1.org
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 11,000 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 interested in learning how our food is grown. The FEF has a dual focus: FEF offers agricultural education and grows food 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).

Fauquier Excellence in Education Foundation
703-909-8442
www.fauquiereie.org, info@fauquiereie.org
We are a non-profit bridge between our community and Fauquier County Public Schools. We create, enrich, and expand educational opportunities for Fauquier County Public Schools, teachers, and students. We fund student programs that enhance educational and life experiences. We provide grants for teachers to participate in conferences, seminars, and cultural programs to further professional development and directly impact their classrooms. Programs include: Educator Grants, My First Book Club, Teacher of The Year, New Teacher Dinner, The Outdoor Lab and Environmental Studies Academy, STEM Summer Camps, Regional Science Fair, educational field trips, individual teacher and school needs, and more.

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.

Learning Starts Early
LearningStartsEarlyInc@gmail.com
Learning Starts Early (LSE), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is committed to preparing every preschool child in Fauquier County to meet challenges in kindergarten and beyond. Nearly 1 in 5 children entering kindergarten in Fauquier County do not meet the Virginia reading readiness benchmarks. Many never catch up. A substantial body of research suggests that high-quality preschool education can significantly improve the learning and development of all children, especially children from low-income families, those whose parents lack high school diplomas or are without homes. LSE provides material and financial resources to support children in public and private preschool programs.

Literacy Volunteers of Fauquier County
540-422-8465
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 10, Warrenton
http://www.lvfc.net/, lvfc320@gmail.com
LVFC offers adult basic education (ABE) and English (ESL) classes. Please refer to our website for further information concerning registration, volunteering or donating. PLEASE NOTE: LVFC is no longer accepting donations of computer equipment or peripherals.

Lord Fairfax Community College
6480 College Street, Warrenton
www.lfcc.edu, Michelle Cribbs, mcribbs@lfcc.edu
Lord Fairfax Community College is an institution of higher education with four locations: Middletown, Warrenton, Luray-Page County, and Vint Hill, which 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
540-868-7021
www.lfccworkforce.com, lfccworkforce@lfcc.edu
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 through corporate training. Programs offered include business and professional development, computers and technology, healthcare and wellness, construction, industry, manufacturing, transportation, and much more. Fast-track career training, financial assistance, career coaching, and guaranteed job interviews available for some programs.

Mayflower Homeschoolers
www.mayflowerhomeschoolers.org,
admin@mayflowerhomeschoolers.org
Mayflower Homeschoolers is a Roman Catholic Independent Homeschool Support Group. It supports homeschoolers in 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; two academic fairs, annual graduation and parent meeting, member support as needed, and monthly summer outings.

Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC)
800-869-6782 / 703-923-0010 (Voice/TTY)
8003 Forbes Place, Suite 310, Springfield
www.peatc.org, partners@peatc.org
See full listing Disability Services – Advocacy.

Parent Resource Center
Fauquier County Public Schools
540-422-7116
430 East Shirley Avenue B-9, Warrenton
prc@fcps1.org
See full listing under Disability Services – Education.

Pathways, Inc., Powering Your Path
540-422-0907
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 Career Education Programs
540-718-8243
6368 Flat Run Road, Locust Grove
www.pracep.org
PRACEP serves any adult who is at least 18 years of age in the counties of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock. We offer classes for GED® preparation and English classes for speakers of other languages. PRACEP’s goal is to prepare as many individuals as possible for post-secondary education and/or careers and provide English language classes for non-native speakers.

Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)
Fauquier County Public Schools
rcorpening@fcps1.org
See full listing under Disability Services – Education.

Smart Cookie Reading LLC
Academic Language Therapy for Reading and Writing
(703) 855-8133
www.smartcookiereading.com,
Liz Gordon, M.Ed at liz@smartcookiereading.com
See full listing under Disability Services – Education.

Verdun Adventure Bound
540-937-4920
17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville
Verdunadventurebound.org
See full listing under Children’s Services.

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Employment and Job Training

Didlake
703-361-4195 or Toll-Free: 866-361-4195
Opal Office: 540-904-4207 ex. 2014
10164 Marsh Road, Bealeton
www.didlake.org
See full listing under Disability Services – Transition.

The Salvation Army Family Store
540-341-8385
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 540-341-8385 to schedule an appointment. Store hours are Monday through Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Salvation Army Social Services office, located behind the store, is open on Monday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
Employment Services
540-829-7360
19006 Crossroad Parkway, Culpeper
www.vadars.org, jackie.kanupp@dars.virginia.gov
See full listing Disability Services – Transition.

Virginia Career Works Piedmont Division/Culpeper Center
540-212-4570
210 Stevens Street, Suite 200, Culpeper
https://vcwpiedmont.com, smorton@vcwpiedmont.com
VCW offers services for job seekers, employers, and youth ages 16 to 24 who need assistance with training or finding employment. Hours: Monday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Libraries

Fauquier County Public Libraries
540-422-8500
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. Patrons may also check out filtered Wi-Fi hotspots to connect mobile devices (e.g. laptop, smartphones, tablets, etc.) to the Internet. The Virginiana Room, located in the Warrenton central library, has an extensive collection of materials focusing on state and local history and genealogical research. Storytimes, 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 appreciated 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 application 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, and can attend weekly special events. Separate programs 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 Print Disabled
888-657-7323
nls@loc.gov, www.loc.gov/nls/
See full listing under Disability Services – General Disability Resources.

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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
www.redcross.org/virginia
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, food, 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)
800-621-3362

Fauquier County Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management
540-422-8800
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
540-347-1313

EMS Station 1: Warrenton
540-347-4873

Company 1: Warrenton VFC
540-347-0522

Company 2: Remington VFC & Rescue
540-439-8010

Company 3: Marshall VFC
540-364-2047

Company 4: The Plains VFC & Rescue
540-253-5809

Company 5: Upperville VFC
540-592-3371

Company 7: Catlett VFC & Rescue
540-788-9069

Company 8: Goldvein VFD
540-752-4772

Company 9: Marshall Volunteer Rescue Squad
540-364-2277

Company 10: New Baltimore VFC & Rescue
540-349-9004

Company 11: Orlean VFC & Rescue
540-364-1880

Company 13: Lois VFC
540-439-2120

Company 14: Remington VFC & Rescue
540-439-8010

Company 19: Warrenton Training Center
540-347-8307

Law Enforcement Contacts

Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office 24/7 Non-Emergency
540-347-3300
78 W. Lee Street, Warrenton

State Police, Warrenton Headquarters
540-347-6425
455 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton

Warrenton Police Department 24/7 Non-Emergency
540-347-1100333
Carriage House Lane, Warrenton

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Foundation and Nonprofit Support

Fauquier County has many nonprofit organizations that serve community residents. Each entity relies on volunteers and financial support to provide an array of services and support to County residents. For more information on any of the nonprofit organizations in the area visit their website. To determine where you’d like to volunteer, contact PATH Resource Center at www.pathforyou.org.

BWell Today for Tomorrow/The Jacob Mark Blackwell and Andrea Saenz Memorial Fund
Bwelltoday.org, linda.s.blackwell@gmail.com
BWell Today for Tomorrow enthusiastically provides grants and ancillary funding to organizations with programs that prevent at-risk lifestyle behaviors in adolescents, support mental health activities, and implement wellness in the everyday lives of the families we reach. This year we are supporting a number of programs that include at-risk lifestyle awareness, anti-trafficking education and awareness, outdoor education programs, and targeted mental health initiatives and self-esteem strategies. Additionally, we are supporting programs helping our frontline healthcare heroes and our thin blue line heroes. For additional information, please visit our website.

The Van Gils Law Firm, PLLC
540-351-0890
70 Main Street, #23, Warrenton
www.vangilslawfirm.com, office@vangilslawfirm.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, and trademarks. Special rates for nonprofit organizations are provided. References from nonprofit organizations that are clients are available upon request.

Higher Public Relations & Writing
Danica Low, Owner
540-680-8990
www.higher-writing.com, HigherPR@gmail.com
Strategic communications, branding, website writing, brochure development, marketing, and strategic planning, media relations, article and press release writing, community relations and newsletters, social media management, referral marketing, and outreach – all focused on growth for non-profits and small businesses with a heart. 22 years of experience in IT, local government, ministry, fitness, non-profit, and healthcare. Experience in B2G, B2B, and consumer marketing. For folks in the community – ask about our resume writing services! How can Higher PR & Writing help you?

Northern Piedmont Community Foundation
540-349-0631
321 Walker Drive, Suite 303, Warrenton
www.npcf.org, jbwilson@npcf.org
Northern Piedmont Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that strengthens our communities through philanthropy and fund management. It serves the counties of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, and Rappahannock with legacy giving by managing donations through donors and five community grants programs; by providing funding for scholarships and educational training; and facilitating the one-day giving campaign, Give Local Piedmont. The community foundation works with diverse groups by networking and seeking long-range solutions to community-wide problems.

PATH Foundation
540-680-4100
321 Walker Drive, Suite 301, Warrenton
www.pathforyou.org, info@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 nearly $30,000,000 in Fauquier, Rappahannock, and northern Culpeper counties. With four core areas of focus – access to health, 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
540-680-4146
321 Walker Drive, Suite 201, Warrenton
www.pathforyou.org/resource-center
The PATH Resource Center is a friendly one-stop-shop for nonprofit organizations serving Fauquier, Rappahannock, and northern Culpeper Counties. The Resource Center offers training, consulting, and resources to ensure that local organizations have the tools they need to maximize their impact. It also offers free meeting space, connects volunteers to local organizations, and helps residents connect to resources through its Center for Nonprofit Excellence, PATH Community Link, and PATH Volunteer Hub.

Center for Nonprofit Excellence
540-680-4146
prc@thecne.org
CNE is a nonprofit resource organization that serves nonprofit organizations across Virginia. While the main CNE office is in Charlottesville, the PATH Resource Center hosts two CNE staff members. These staff members provide workshops, technical assistance​, consultations​,​​ and resources to area nonprofits on topics including governance, philanthropy, marketing, finance, community engagement, and professional development. Hours: Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

PATH Community Link
855-495-LINK (5465)
communitylink@pathforyou.org
PATH Community Link is a call center that connects community members to resources and services provided locally, and in some cases, nationally. 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, in addition to some national resources. The call center accommodates both Spanish and English speakers and can receive requests by text, phone or email Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Translating and interpreting services are also available.

PATH Volunteer Hub
540-680-4148
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 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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Healthcare

Addiction, Counseling, & Mental Health

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

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse
Peggy Doyle, PMH, CNS, BC
540-229-7713
70 Main Street, Suite 23, Warrenton
Pegdoyle17@gmail.com
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
703-772-9710
67 West Lee Street, Suite 202, Warrenton
anne.zewatsky@gmail.com
Anne specializes in working with children, adolescents, families, and women. She incorporates a variety of modalities and techniques to address those dealing with anxiety, depression, and other emotional and behavioral difficulties. She utilizes a strength-based approach in her therapy and can provide Christian counseling for those seeking a faith-based perspective.

Carol Hawker, LPC, MEd
540-316-1106
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. Now offering virtual counseling sessions.

Carole M. Hertz, LPC, EdD
540-445-0985
Carole Hertz provides a climate that enables the client to have the freedom and trust to explore whatever issues and events are causing the 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. Hertz specializes in adolescent, individual, and couples psychotherapy and consultation.

Celebrate Recovery*
Thursdays, 7-9 PM,
6398 Lee Hwy. Access Road, Warrenton
Fridays, 7-9 PM,
Bridge Community Church, 8776 James Madison Hwy
thelorax3@outlook.com, celebraterecovery.com,
wallyandpat2@verizon.net
Celebrate Recovery is a faith-based, 12-step program for all of us who have been tangled up with hurts that haunt our hearts, hang-ups that cause us pain, and habits that mess up our lives such as anger, food addiction, codependency, pornography, physical/sexual abuse, chemical dependency, depression, divorce, and many other life issues. This 27-year-old program is in over 35,000 churches/facilities worldwide where God’s healing power and freedom are available in this “forever family.” Our large group meetings begin at 7:00 pm, followed by men/women’s safe/confidential open share at 8:00 pm, finishing up with fellowship and food at the cafe.

Center for Holistic Psychotherapy
Anna Marie Askin-Evans, LPC, LMFT
540-347-3797
20 Ashby Street, Suite 105, Warrenton
annamarie@centerforholisticpsychotherapy.com
The Center for Holistic Psychotherapy offers counseling to individuals, couples, and families who struggle with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. We take a compassionate approach to counseling, helping our clients truly see that they have value. In addition to counseling, we also offer a variety of groups and workshops.

Childhelp Village
540-399-1926
23164 Dragoon Road, Lignum
cruble@childhelp.org, www.childhelpvirginia.org
This psychiatric residential treatment facility in Culpeper provides a continuum of healing services for children ages 5 through 14 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.*
540-347-0613
Corporate Office: 540-727-0770/
www.chrysaliscenters.com
Chrysalis Counseling Centers provide clinical services in Northern and Central Virginia. We utilize specialized therapies and treatment modalities to meet the challenges individuals experience in their lives. Comprising 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
571-318-9141
7150 Heritage Village Plaza, Unit 201, Gainesville
www.ClarityCounselingVA.com, Alicia Ayvas at 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 collaborates in-house with nutritionists that offer office hours on the weekend. Please call or visit the website for more information. (Virtual therapy also offered).

Come As You Are (CAYA)*
Addiction Support
www.cayacoalition.org, info@cayacoalition.org
CAYA is a substance abuse prevention coalition to help anyone affected by substance use disorders. We connect people who are impacted by addiction to support, treatment resources and we collaborate with community organizations to support local prevention programs in Fauquier, Culpeper, and the surrounding counties.

Counseling and Forensic Services
Melissa Renner, LPC CSOTP
540-216-3641
28 Ashby Street, Suite 106, Warrenton
drhardenburg@cfsvirginia.com
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 individual treatment. All evaluations and groups are self-pay.

Denise Booth, LCSW
67 West Lee Street, Suite 202, Warrenton
denise.booth2@gmail.com
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*
540-349-9877
35 Horner Street, #210, Warrenton
www.elaineshealcsw.com
Elaine provides individual, couples, and family therapy for adults. Her specialties include depressive and anxiety disorders; grief/loss; substance abuse; relationship issues; stress management; and mindful eating instruction. She is a Certified Addictions-Informed Professional. She is also the author of “The Mindful Eating Workbook: A Guide to Achieving and Maintaining a Healthy Weight.”

Elite Mentoring
540-680-0009
elitementoring@hotmail.com
Elite Mentoring is a private agency located in Warrenton that is committed to providing individual and group mentoring services in the home, community, and office settings for children, youth, and adolescents. Elite Mentoring also provides assistance with social skills, life skills, listening skills, and employment preparation.

Family Focus Counseling Services P.C.
540-349-4537
170 West Shirley Ave, Suite 206, Warrenton
www.familyfocusva.com, apjones1459@gmail.com
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. Contact Caroline at myfodafamily@gmail.com for more information on meeting times.

Fauquier CADRE*
540-347-2340
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.

Fauquier Free Clinic
540-347-0394
35 Rock Pointe Lane, Warrenton
www.fauquierfreeclinic.org, info@fauquierfreeclinic.org
The Free Clinic provides comprehensive mental health support to our patients including counseling, telepsychiatry, and medication management. Emergency services are offered in partnership with the Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services Board. Patients are referred for mental health services by one of our Free Clinic clinicians. If you have any questions, please call 540-347-0394 and press 5 to reach the Mental Health Coordinator. For a complete list of services, see the Free Medical Clinics section.

Free To Be Coaching
Linda Swanson, MA, PCC 703-508-4774 /
Neil Swanson, MA, PCC 703-509-5377
7180 Baldwin Ridge Road, Warrenton
www.freetobecoaching.com
We each work separately with adults (both individually and in groups) to help them transform their experience from failure to success and from chaos toward order and calm. We work with anyone seeking to find a pathway to more depth, meaning, and productivity in their life. We are especially well-trained and experienced in helping those with ADHD challenges. We charge for our services but we offer FREE 30-minute introductory phone consultations.

Horse and Soul Counseling
540-220-1305
27195 Old Office Road, Culpeper
www.horseandsoulcounseling.com
admin@horseandsoulcounseling.com
Our clinicians here conduct traditional talk therapy and incorporate horses in the therapeutic process. Horses are sensitive animals that will create an experience that propels growth and healing. They will give you the opportunity to problem-solve through creating new experiences by engaging in external activities that cannot be accomplished during talk therapy. We specialize in working with individuals who have a mental health diagnosis such as anxiety, major depression, bipolar, post-traumatic stress disorder, autism, childhood disorders, and more. We also understand how trauma has significant impacts on you and/or your family and makes it difficult to function in many areas of your life.

H.O.P.E Counseling Services of Virginia
Brandy Mehaffey, LPC
540-341-1033
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*
540-399-9970
1300 Sunset Lane, Suite 3120, Culpeper
www.HealthConnectAmerica.com
Health Connect America provides a variety of services for children, adolescents, and adults, including outpatient and substance abuse treatment.

In Luck Counseling LLC*
Natalia La Maestra Lueck, LPC
703-997-6641
92 Main Street, Suite 201 #4-#5, Warrenton
www.inluckcounselingllc.com
info@inluckcounselingllc.com
Individual, couples, and family mental health counseling services for adolescents (13+) and adults in English and Spanish.

Jamie Austin, LPC*
540-661-9718
39 Garrett Street, Suite 103, Warrenton
jamieaustinlpc@gmail.com
Jamie Austin is a Licensed Professional Counselor 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 C. Probst Child and Family Counseling, PLLC
540-827-7395
317 S. West Street, Culpeper
39 Garrett Street, Warrenton
jcprobstmsw@gmail.com
Our child and family counseling services provide a safe and respectful environment to meet the mental health needs of all family members.

Jessica Jacobs, LCSW, LLC
Individual and Family Therapist
703-282-8761
20 Ashby Street, Suite 109, 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 Counseling Center*
George L. Swanberg LCSW, LSATP, MAC;
Mary Lou Swanberg, CHPC
540-316-1510
lifeline4addiction.com, glswanberg@gmail.com,
marylouswanberg@gmail.com
Life Line Counseling Center offers online outpatient individual and group counseling to individuals and families dealing with substance abuse, anxiety, and trauma issues. Executive Director George Swanberg is a licensed master addictions counselor, licensed clinical social worker, and certified brain health coach by the Dr. Daniel Amen Institute. Certified high-performance coach, Mary Lou Swanberg, assists individuals with creating greater passion & purpose in all aspects of their lives, especially when undergoing life transitions.

Mental Health Association of Fauquier County*
540-341-8732
321 Walker Drive, Suite 302, Warrenton
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 a listing of local counseling resources). MHAFC collaborates with local schools and 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
540-347-9104
www.namipiedmontva.org, weigelww@yahoo.com
NAMI Piedmont Monthly Meeting: First Wednesday of each month from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. This is a meeting for both individuals living with a mental illness and their family members. It includes a presentation and support time. Support Group Meetings are the third Monday of each month. Connections for individuals living with a mental health challenge from 6:30-8:30 pm in – B and Family Support group for family members of individuals living with mental illness from 6:30 – 8:30 pm in – A. All NAMI meetings are confidential, free, and no registration is required.

National Counseling Group, Inc.*
540-825-0705
13230 Lovers Lane, Culpeper
www.ncgcommunity.com, stephanie.barbour@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.

Patrick Lee Gibbons, LPC, MMFT*
540-797-8424
32 Ashby Street, Suite 203, Warrenton
Patrick is an Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in Trauma Focused Therapy, addictions and faith-based support. He works with individuals, couples and families. Patrick also has a strong background in working with children and young adults on the Autism Spectrum.

Quit Now Virginia*
1-800-QUITNOW (800-784-8669) or 855-DEJELO-YA (855-335-3569) en Espanol
quitnow.net/virginia
Tobacco and nicotine cessation support. Quit Now Virginia provides free, evidence-based, individualized counseling by highly trained and educated Quit Coaches. Quit Now has helped millions of people beat urges, manage withdrawal symptoms, and switch up habits to lead to a tobacco-free life.

Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services*
540-825-3100
15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper
340 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
www.rrcsb.org
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services provides a full range of mental health and addiction treatment in Fauquier and surrounding counties. See full listing in the Social Services section.

ReEmerge Child Therapy
Tenne Wordsworth, LCSW
540-491-4300
92 Main Street, Suite 202-6, Warrenton
www.reemergechildtherapy.com
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.

Sex, Drugs & God*
540-779-0088
Dan Obarski at dano@sexdrugsandgod.org
SexDrugsAndGod.org
Sex, Drugs & God (SDG) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals struggling with addiction learn the skills necessary to effectively transition to a life of normalcy. SDG offers free peer recovery coaching, a proven solutions-driven approach, to those in Culpeper, Fauquier, Rappahannock, Madison, and Orange counties. By modeling replacement and not just abstention, SDG helps clients find healthy replacements for their destructive addiction. In addition, SDG helps clients find and access community resources that are available to help them make this transition successfully. Most importantly, SDG has the only Mobile Addiction Recovery Coaching Office (MARCO) in the region. The MARCO allows SDG to bring its much-needed services to those struggling with addiction and/or recovery. This comfortable mobile lounge with air conditioning, heat, coffee machine, refrigerator, and other great amenities, allows those in need all the comforts of an office in their own neighborhood.

Spero Works LLC
Ashlea Hopkins, LCSW
540-680-3150
www.speroworkstherapy.com, ashlea@speroworkstherapy.com
Spero Works provides mental health and sports performance counseling, online 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
540-349-5814
7179 New Hope Lane, Warrenton
Chaplainliz@scsm.tv, www.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.

SpiritWorks Foundation*
Addiction Recovery
540-308-3729
30 John Marshall Street, Warrenton
Jan@spiritworksfoundation.org
The mission of SpiritWorks Foundation is to educate, equip, empower, and celebrate individuals, families, and communities on the journey from addiction to recovery. SpirtWorks operates Recovery Community Centers in Williamsburg and Warrenton and peer-operated centers that provide community-based recovery support. Individuals and families do not live at the centers, but can access resources to help build recovery capital through advocacy training, recovery information and resource mobilization, mutual-help or peer-support organization meetings, social activities, and other community-based services. We believe recovery is a self-defined process with many possible pathways to achieving an improved quality of life.

Transitions Counseling Services LLC*
Dan J. Thompson, LPC
540-272-4200
danjthompsonlpc@gmail.com
Transitions Counseling Services, with its dedicated staff of highly skilled and seasoned therapists, provides a full array of services for children, youth, adults, and families. Specialties include substance abuse, adolescent/millennial issues, family conflict using varied treatment modalities (DBT, EMDR, play therapy) to address the needs of clients. Case management and care coordination are strong aspects of the support clients can expect. Staff clinicians include Heather Harper, LCSW; Allison Williams, Resident; LaVurne Williams, Resident; Jenni Newhard, LCP.

Trauma Recovery and Education Counseling Center
Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D LCSW CTS
540-341-7339
17 S. Fifth Street, Suite K, Warrenton
mbethwms@infionline.net
Dr. Williams specializes in the treatment of PTSD. She is the author of several books including The PTSD Workbook. She also works with veterans to assist them in obtaining PTSD related benefits. Dr. Williams works with persons from age 14 – 90.

Warrenton Women’s Counseling Center (AKA Girls Stand Strong)
Michelle Kelley, LCSW
540-316-6362
92 Main Street, Suite 202 #2, Warrenton
www.warrentonwomenscounselingcenter.com
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.

Youth for Tomorrow Behavioral Health Services*
703-659-9400
20 Rock Pointe Lane, Suite 201, Warrenton
www.youthfortomorrow.org, info@yftva.com
Youth For Tomorrow’s Behavioral Health Services offers a broad scope of outpatient mental health counseling services for children ages five and up, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. We diagnose and treat children, adolescents, and adults with a wide variety of issues including depression, anxiety, and panic symptoms, post-traumatic stress, anger issues, obsessive-compulsive issues, grief and loss, self-harm, issues related to attachment, co-occurring disorders, aggression, attention deficits and other behavioral concerns, as well as familial and relational issues. Treatments include play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma-informed care, and behavioral intervention. In addition to face-to-face visits, we are also able to provide Tele-Behavioral Health Services.

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Assisted Living

Assisted living provides a special combination of residential housing, personalized support 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
540-443-8615
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. This beautiful campus offers 39 Resident Units, consisting of AL Studios & AL Apartments. Several Shared Studios are also available for lease. English Meadow’s mission is to provide quality, affordable senior living care for residents.

Auxiliary Grant for Assisted Living
Facility Assistance, Fauquier County Department of Social Services
540-422-8400
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Warrenton
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 an assessment.

The Villa at Suffield Meadows
540-316-3800
6735 Suffield Lane, Warrenton
VirginiaVilla.org
A 56-apartment assisted living facility designed for adults 55 and older. At the Villas, residents have direct access to a professionally trained and compassionate medical staff. For additional information about the Villas, please visit the website at VirginiaVilla.org.

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Disability Services

Accessible Playgrounds

Bright Spot Inclusive Playground
540-727-3412
16358 Competition Drive, Culpeper – located at the Culpeper Sports Complex

Fun For All Playground
540-349-2520
800 Waterloo Rd, Warrenton – located at the Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility (WARF)

Advocacy Organizations

The Arc of North Central Virginia (The Arc of NCV)
571-399-5390
P.O. Box 3186, Warrenton
http://www.arcofncv.org, info@arcofncv.org
The Arc of North Central Virginia is a local chapter of the world’s largest community-based organization of and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). We’re committed to supporting people with I/DD to reach their full potential through building community awareness, acceptance, and capacity for support–ensuring that they are valued as classmates, coworkers, neighbors, citizens, and friends. Services include consulting with families, hosting family programs and events, developing local informational resources, and partnering with local organizations to build awareness and capacity for support.

Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC)
800-869-6782 / 703-923-0010 (Voice/TTY)
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 on 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.

Crisis Services

Regional Education Assessment Crisis Habilitation (REACH) Program
Adult REACH Hotline: 855-917-8278
Children’s REACH Hotline: 888-908-0486
http://www.dbhds.virginia.gov/developmental-services/Crisis-services
The REACH Program serves children and adults with a developmental disability who also have significant behavioral and/or mental health issues. Through center and community-based support, it provides crisis prevention and intervention services. Referrals and requests for REACH services may be made by individuals, families or service providers. For individuals who utilize the DD waivers, REACH services are included in each waiver. Regardless of waiver status, any individual who meets qualifying eligibility criteria can access REACH services at no cost.

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Education

Decoding Dyslexia Virginia – Fauquier/Haymarket Chapter
Lynda Bruni, DecodingDyslexia
PWC.fauquier@gmail.com or
lbruni18@gmail.com
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. Watch for scheduled meetings on the Decoding Dyslexia Virginia Facebook page.

Parent Resource Center
Fauquier County Public Schools
540-422-7116
430 E. Shirley Ave, Bldg A, Warrenton
https://www.fcps1.org/Page/1550, prc@fcps1.org
Fauquier County Parent Resource Center (PRC) helps families of children with disabilities access available information and resources. PRC’s assist parents with questions and planning, as well as provide resources and training sessions, and are committed to a positive relationship between parents and schools for students’ sake.

Smart Cookie Reading LLC
Academic Language Therapy for Reading and Writing
(703) 855-8133
www.smartcookiereading.com,
Liz Gordon, M.Ed at 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.

Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)
Fauquier County Public Schools
rcorpening@fcps1.org
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 the VA Dept. of Education’s website: www.doe.virginia.gov.

Think College
https://thinkcollege.net/
Think College is the leader in research and dissemination in inclusive higher education. Search their college database for information on 265 college programs for students with intellectual disabilities. The Resource Library includes over 600 selected resources on a wide range of topics related to postsecondary education for people with intellectual disabilities, and they have many publications that provide concise relevant information on a variety of topics.

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Equine Therapy

Higgins Hills Farm
540-220-1305
27195 Old Office Road, Culpeper
thiggins@horseandsoulcounseling.com,
https://www.horseandsoulcounseling.com/higgins-hills-farm/

North Star Stables
540-717-0121
4092 Rolling Hills Drive, Delaplane
https://www.northstarstablesnova.org
Teresa Pilegaard, northstarstablesnova@gmail.com
The mission of North Star Stables is to increase access to the therapeutic benefit of horses for people both able-bodied and differently-abled. We believe that everyone deserves a supportive and inclusive community that will aid the realization of a person’s full potential.

Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center
703-754-6159
16198 Silver Lake Road, Haymarket (by appointment only)
rainbow@rainbowriding.org
Established in 1985, Rainbow is a non-profit organization that provides equine-assisted therapy to individuals with physical, educational, emotional, intellectual disabilities and other challenges. Our clients develop physical strength and better mobility, self-esteem, and self-confidence while receiving therapy through an equestrian activity that accommodates their specific needs. Under the guidance of certified riding instructors, therapeutic riding helps individuals experience physical and emotional rewards. In addition to our staff, a very dedicated group of volunteers and specially selected horses help to meet the needs of this exceptional group of people. For more information, visit rainbowriding.org.

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General Disibility Resources

Ability Unlimited
800-511-9471
https://abilityunlimited.net/, Contact:info@abilityunlimited.net
People on Medicaid Waivers have an annual budget of $5,000 for Assistive Technology and $5,000 for Home Modifications. Ability Unlimited (AU) assists people to understand how to access and utilize those funds to get for instance; speech or smart home or elopement devices, ramps, and/or bathroom renovations for example. AU also provides Durable Medical Equipment through Virginia Medicaid.

Autism Society of Northern Virginia
703-495-8444
10467 White Granite Drive, #324, Oakton
https://www.asnv.org, info@asnv.org
ASNV is one of more than 90 chapters of the Autism Society. We are one of the first chapters, formed in 1969. Our chapter is directed by a volunteer executive committee and board made up of parents, self-advocates, educators, therapists, business owners, and military service members. We hold monthly board meetings on the third Thursday of every month that are open to the public. Our mission is to build a community for individuals and families affected by autism through education, advocacy, and support. As a chapter of the Autism Society of America, we work to improve the lives of all affected by autism. For more information, visit asnv.org.

Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired
800-622-2155
401 Azalea Avenue, Richmond
www.vdbvi.org
The Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired is a state agency serving Virginians of all ages 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.

Fauquier Adult Day Healthcare Center
540-347-2797 or 540-825-3100 ext. 3427
430 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
https://www.rrcsb.org/senior-services/
See full listing under Senior Services.

Independence Empowerment Center
703-257-5400
8409 Dorsey Circle, Suite 101 Manassas
www.ieccil.org, info@ieccil.org
IEC is one of 17 non-residential Centers for Independent Living in Virginia. We work with people with disabilities to ensure their civil rights are recognized and that they get the services they need to live as independently as they are able in their own communities. Our 5 core services are advocacy, independent living skills, information and referral, peer counseling, and transition services. We also help people get attendant care that they can self-direct, and help businesses to understand their obligations under the ADA. Our service area includes the Greater Prince William County and Fauquier County.

Jill’s House
703-639-5660
9011 Leesburg Pike, Vienna
https://www.jillshouse.org
Jill’s House is a Christian nonprofit organization that provides families raising kids with intellectual disabilities, ages 6-17, with short-term overnight respite care in the DC metro area and around the country. Kids enjoy fun activities tailored to their interests and abilities for 24-48 hour stays, meanwhile their parents get a chance to rest and recharge. They offer care for the whole family through regularly scheduled typical sibling nights, parent support groups, and family retreats.

Moms in Motion
800-417-0908
www.momsinmotion.net, info@MomsInMotion.net
Moms In Motion is a service facilitation provider for Medicaid CDPAS (EDCD CCC+, CL & FIS Waivers and 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 Print Disabled
888-657-7323
https://www.loc.gov/nls, nls@loc.gov
National Library Service (NLS) is a free braille and talking book library service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page. Through a national network of libraries, NLS circulates books and magazines in Braille or audio formats, delivered by postage-free mail or instantly downloadable.

RRCS Community Support Services
See full listings under RRCS
Support Coordination in Social Services
540-825-3100
Bridges Day Support Program
540-829-7628
Residential Programs
540-825-3100

Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (State Agency)
804-662- 9502 (Voice/TTY)
https://www.vddhh.org/, info@vddhh.virginia.gov
The Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 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, signallers with flashing lights or very loud tones, or both. Contact us for more information.

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Sports & Recreation

Allegro Community School of the Arts
540-349-5088
39 Culpeper St, Warrenton
www.allegrocsa.org, lachelle@allegrocsa.org
See full listing under Education.

A Place to Be
540-687-6740
8 North Jay St, Middleburg
http://www.aplacetobeva.org
A Place To Be serves ALL ages with any challenges related to (but not limited to) Physical, Medical, Behavioral, Learning, Intellectual, Developmental, Social, and Life. Through a wide variety of programming staff work daily to help people face, navigate, and overcome life’s challenges using clinically based practices of music therapy and expressive arts therapy.

Challenger Baseball (Culpeper)
571-762-4452
www.culpeperll.org, culpeperllinfo@gmail.com
The Little League Challenger Division® is an adaptive baseball program for ages 4 to 18, or up to 22 if still enrolled in school.

Fauquier Special Olympics
Conact: fauquierspecialolympics@gmail.com
On Facebook at @fauquierspecialolympics
Fauquier Special Olympics provides recreational programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who reside in Fauquier County. We have many competitive sports events which involve hundreds of athletes. Special Olympics has evolved into a global movement about empowering our athletes for everyday life. It’s all about all of us.

Ignite Fitness
Sharon Gregory: 540-718-0147
http://www.ignitefitnessllc.com, sgregory@ignitefitnessllc.org
Inclusive fitness programs for all ages and abilities.

TOPSoccer
Coach John Schlenker
www.fcsc.org/TOPSoccer, piedmontTOPsoccer@gmail.com
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
540-937-4920
17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville
Verdunadventurebound.org
See full listing in Children’s Services.

Transition Services

BrightCare Center
703-330-5836
7845 Ashton Avenue, Manassas
info@brightcenter.org, www.brightcarecenter.org, www.facebook.com/brightcarecenter
At BrightCare our goal is to make everyday BRIGHTER by providing access and opportunities that promote engagement and foster independence in persons with developmental disabilities. Serving Fauquier and Prince William Counties. Transportation provided.

Didlake
703-361-4195 or Toll-Free: 866-361-4195
Opal Office: 540-904-4207 ex. 2014
10164 Marsh Road, Bealeton
www.didlake.org
Didlake is a non-profit, rehabilitative services organization with a mission to create opportunities that enrich the lives of people with disabilities. Founded in 1965, Didlake provides Day Support Services, Supported Employment Services, and employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Didlake operates throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., serving more than 2,000 people with disabilities annually. Didlake is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, accredited by CARF, is CIMS-GB-certified, and proudly serves the nation through the AbilityOne® program.
Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)

Disability Services
540-829-7360
19006 Crossroad Parkway, Culpeper
www.vadars.org,
Jackie.Kanupp@dars.virginia.gov or Tiffany.Jenkins@dars.virginia.gov
The DARS 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.

DARS Vocational Rehabilitation
The Consumer Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program helps people with disabilities get ready for, find, and keep a job. It helps to increase their ability to live independently in their communities. The Consumer VR program works with individuals with every type of disability. VR services include but are not limited to, vocational counseling, training, and job placement.
Pre-ETS and Transition Services – DARS Division of Rehabilitative Services
The Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) works together with students, youth, families, schools, and community agencies and organizations to provide services that promote successful transitions from school to work and adult life. DRS offers two sets of services to help students with disabilities move from school to post-school life: pre-employment transition services (Pre-ETS) and vocational rehabilitation (VR) transition services.

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.

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Free Medical Clinics

Fauquier Free Clinic
540-347-0394
35 Rock Pointe Lane, Warrenton
www.fauquierfreeclinic.org, info@fauquierfreeclinic.com

Medical Services
The Free Clinic is just like a regular doctor’s office. It is the place to go when you have an earache, toothache, diabetes, hypertension, or the flu. It is the place to go when you need a mammogram, lab work, a flu shot diagnostic testing, medication, referral to a specialist, or a follow-up from a hospital visit or a trip to the ER. If we cannot help you, we will do our best to find someone who can. If you have any questions, please call 540-347-0394 and press 1 to reach the Front Desk.
Mental Health Services
The Free Clinic provides comprehensive mental health support to our patients. Please see listing under Addiction, Counseling, and Mental Health.
Dental Services
The Dental Clinic provides emergency and preventive care including comprehensive exams, fillings, extractions, X-rays, and cleanings. Oral surgery and assistance in obtaining dentures is offered on a limited basis. Any questions, please call 540-347-0394 and press 2 to reach the Dental Clinic.

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 range of home health services.

Acti-Kare Responsive In-Home Care
540-727-0024, available 24/7
www.piedmont.actikare.com
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, assistance with bathing, and live-in services. We excel with Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Our caregivers are screened, bonded, insured, and compassionate. We are a private pay service and accept long term care insurance.

AmeriCare Plus-Care
844-407-CARE (2273)
321 North Madison Road, Orange
www.americarepluspc.com
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 homes. 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. Accepted 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
https://athomeyourway.com, info@AtHomeYourWay.com
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 issues, or diagnoses such as Autism, Down Syndrome, or Cerebral Palsy, there are programs that can help. Our service area includes Fauquier and surrounding areas.

Care Perfections Health Services LLC
540-228-1690
170 W Shirley Avenue, Suite 202, Warrenton
www.CarePerfections.com, info@careperfections.com
Care Perfections is a nurse-owned company providing patients, clients and their families with compassionate and client-focused care in the comfort of their homes. We hire highly trained and dedicated caregivers to provide comprehensive services that range from personal, companionship, and non-medical services. Plus, Care Perfections gives you the option to choose a more affordable alternative that enables you or your loved one to receive the type of therapy, nursing treatment, care program, or support services that equals the same level of care offered in nursing homes, hospitals or medical institutions. The only difference is we bring the service to you at home. It is a cost-friendly alternative with flexible scheduling and customizable services.

Caring Angels Home Health
540-450-8680
230 Costello Drive, #200, Winchester
www.caringangelshh.com, info@caringangelshh.com
Caring Angels Home Health provides skilled care for people who are homebound. Services provided include skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy, medical social work, and CNA if there is a skilled need. All services are ordered by a physician and covered 100% by Medicare. Service areas include Fauquier and surrounding areas.

Cleansing Water, Inc.
540-341-0212
Toll Free: 1-866-294-4665, Fax: 540-341-8477
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 and surrounding areas.

Doc At Your Door, PLC
833-362-8800
332 W. Lee Highway, #251, Warrenton
www.DocAtYourDoor.care, Dr.Simpson@DocAtYourDoor.care
Doc At Your Door provides physician house calls anytime and anywhere, 24/7/365 — serving teens, adults, and seniors in Fauquier and all surrounding counties. Dr. William Simpson (board-certified in Internal Medicine with 25 years of office, hospital, and nursing home experience) has left the office to bring mobile primary care — acute, chronic, and preventive — door to door throughout our community, whether at home, work, school, hotel, gym, assisted living facility, wherever preferred. Whether you need a physician to come to you (due to immobility) or simply prefer the convenience, privacy and personalization it offers. Concierge service without the fees.

FirstLight Home Care
Serving Fauquier and surrounding areas
540-579-7570 – FREE Consultations
37 Main Street, Suite 202, Warrenton, VA 20186
www.Warrenton.FirstLightHomeCare.com
A premier homecare provider, licensed, bonded and insured, specializing in adult and senior care needs, supporting all activities of daily living, companionship, and transportation. Providing daily care, respite care, or for the one-day outpatient procedure. We can support you for the care challenges. Our professional caregivers are Personal Care Aides and Certified Nursing Assistants who pass a national background check and drug testing. They receive continuous Dementia/Alzheimer’s training with our Certified Dementia Practitioner and are all Specialized Dementia Care Providers, proficient in injury and illness recovery, and much more. We create a customized care plan to keep you at home using our team approach, including our Director of Nursing, your healthcare providers, a community case manager, your family, and YOU.

Heaven Sent, LLC
540-349-7772
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
703-530-1360
9309 Center Street, Suite 104, Manassas
www.homeinstead.com/manassas-va
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.

Mid-Atlantic Home Health
540-347-4774 or 800-989-0055
23 Winchester 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.

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Hospice Providers

Hospice care focuses on maintaining the 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 that 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
540-313-9200
www.brhospice.org, info@blueridgehospice.org
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 Health
800-869-2136
www.capitalcaring.org, mshumate@capitalcaring.org
Capital Caring Health is among the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit providers of advanced illness care including hospice, palliative care, children’s hospice and palliative care services, grief counseling, veteran’s health and support services, and patient pet services. We help families by providing pain relief, symptom management, emotional and spiritual support. As a nonprofit organization, Capital Caring Health accepts anyone regardless of their ability to pay. The Adler Center for Caring on the Van Metre Campus in Aldie, Virginia, is one of four available inpatient centers for short stay symptom management. Capital Caring Health services Fauquier and surrounding areas.

Heartland Hospice Serving Northern Virginia
703-273-8693
493 Blackwell Road, #319, Warrenton
Warrenton@Heartlandhospice.com
www.heartlandhospice.com
Heartland Hospice provides care wherever you call home: in your house, a skilled nursing center, an assisted living facility or independent living facility. Our caregivers help create individualized care plans, set personal goals, and manage pain and symptoms. Every patient is different. With different challenges, different needs, different family and friends. So the care we give each patient is different. Pain and symptom management is our primary focus. Our caring, interdisciplinary staff also provides psychosocial and spiritual support along with other comforting treatments and therapies. Heartland Hospice of Northern Virginia serves Fauquier and surrounding counties.

Hospice of the Piedmont
540-825-4840
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
540-347-5922
42 N Fifth Street, Warrenton
www.hospicesupport.org, info@Hospicesupport.org
Hospice Support of Fauquier County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing non-medical supportive care to people with life-threatening or terminal illnesses. 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.

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Hospital Services

Fauquier Hospital/Fauquier Health
540-316-5000
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
www.fauquierhealth.org

Cancer Care
540-316-4360
210 W. Shirley Ave., Warrenton
Fauquier Hospital’s Infusion Center provides chemotherapy treatments, blood transfusions and other outpatient infusions and injections. Advanced technology, comfortable patient-centered design, and on-site supervision by a hematologist/oncologist and infusion nurses combine to make this the outstanding treatment facility in the region.

Cardiac Rehabilitation
540-316-2640
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
Fauquier Health Wellness Center assists those suffering from heart disease by providing post-heart attack and cardiac surgery rehabilitation on an outpatient basis.

Center for Weight Loss
540-316-2735
253 Veterans Drive, Suite 204, Warrenton
Fauquier Health offers a surgical weight loss program for individuals where traditional weight loss options have not been successful. If you’re ready to begin and commit to your journey toward surgical weight loss call 540-316-2735 or email weightloss@fauquierhealth.org to take the first step. Information sessions and support group sessions are available to the public and are complimentary.

Community Events & Education
540-316-2600
Fauquier Hospital offers classes, lectures, support groups and other opportunities open to the community. They are available on FauquierHealth.org under the Events & Education calendar and are also available on the Facebook Events calendar.

Diabetes Management, Education & Support
540-316-2640
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
Fauquier Health offers a comprehensive approach to diabetes treatment including a Self-Management Education/Training program that teaches patients everything they need to know about diabetes, including Gestational Diabetes Management. Fauquier Health also hosts a variety of support groups on how to “live well” with diabetes.

Emergency Department
540-316-4900
Fauquier Hospital’s Emergency Department is staffed and equipped to provide general emergency services, trauma care, pediatric care, and radiography services. The Emergency Department is open 24/7, has 33 treatment rooms and provides services to more than 30,000 patients each year. The heliport allows for rapid transport of critically ill or injured patients to the nearby major Trauma Center.

Family Birthing Center
540-316-4000
The hospital’s dedicated staff of OB/GYN physicians, midwife and obstetrical nurses provide a rare degree of personal care. A variety of prenatal and postnatal classes are available to help expecting parents prepare for childbirth and newborn care. The Family 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
540-316-5500
360 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Fauquier Health Rehabilitation & Nursing Center (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 allows for convenient continuity of care.

Heart & Vascular
540-316-5990
402 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Fauquier Hospital offers patient care for an array of heart and vascular conditions through testing, monitoring and therapies. Guidance and resources are also provided to help educate patients on making healthy lifestyle choices.

Imaging
540-316-4500
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Fauquier Hospital offers a full range of screening, diagnostic and interventional imaging procedures using some of the most advanced technology available. Medical imaging services offered include x-ray, ultrasound, CT Scan, MRI (traditional and open), interventional radiology, mammography, bone density (DEXA), and nuclear medicine.

Laboratory & Pathology
540-316-5600
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
The laboratory provides consultation services in most areas of anatomic and clinical pathology and comprehensive laboratory services to patients and physician offices.

Neurology
540-316-5940
550 Hospital Dr., Warrenton
Neurology is a medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the nervous system, which includes nerves, the brain and the spinal cord. Neurological injuries, illnesses, and issues may be relative to stroke, reflex issues, optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis.

Orthopedics & Spine
540-316-3588
Fauquier Health’s team of orthopedic physicians, anesthesiologists, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists and pain management physicians offers diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation services.

Surgical Services
540-316-3700
Whether you require inpatient or outpatient surgical services, Fauquier Health is able to provide high-quality care. We offer surgical services including General Surgery, Bariatric/Weight Loss Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Vascular Surgery and more. Fauquier Health offers minimally invasive surgical options, including Robotic-Assisted Surgery.

Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
540-316-2680
253 Veterans Drive, Warrenton
From infants to older adults, Fauquier Health’s Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation department offers physical, occupational, and speech therapy.

Physician Referral Line
540-316-DOCS (3627)
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 upcoming classes and community events, 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 Health.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation
540-316-2650
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. The primary focus is to develop a specialized care plan and establish breathing techniques to help patients cope with a chronic lung condition.​

Sleep Center
540-316-2660
Warrenton Professional Building, 493 Blackwell Road, Warrenton
The Fauquier Health Sleep Center offers a variety of diagnostic sleep studies and physician consults for those suffering from sleep disorders.

The Care Boutique at Fauquier Health
540-316-4437
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
The Care Boutique shop is known as a shop for everyone. Featured in the shop, consumers will find a wide array of women’s care and fashion, home medical supplies, wound care supplies, and comfort care items. The full listing of items can be found on the Care Boutique website at TheCareBoutique.org.

The Villa at Suffield Meadows
540-316-3800
6735 Suffield Lane, Warrenton
A 56-apartment assisted living facility designed for adults 55 and older. At the Villas, residents have direct access to a professionally trained and compassionate medical staff. For additional information about the Villas, please visit the website at VirginiaVilla.org.

The Wound Healing Center
540-316-HEAL (4325)
Warrenton Professional Building,
493 Blackwell Road, 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
540-316-2640
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 and nutritional information. Massage is also available at the Wellness Center.

Women’s Health
540-316-3588
An array of women’s services are offered at Fauquier Health and include Emergency Department treatment, OB/GYN care, childbirth at the Family Birthing Center, physical therapy and rehabilitation, medical imaging and cancer care. For the full listing of additional women’s health services offered, please visit FauquierHealth.org.

Volunteer Opportunities
540-316-2910
500 Hospital Dr., Warrenton
Fauquier Health celebrated over 65 years of volunteer services. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Volunteer Services or visit us online to complete an application.

Novant Health UVA Health System Hospital Services
Novant Health UVA Health System Prince William Medical Center
703-369-8000
8700 Sudley Road, Manassas, VA 20110
NovantHealthUVA.org
Novant Health UVA Health System Prince William Medical Center proudly serves the growing and diverse greater northern Virginia community to provide quality care through an integrated network of inpatient and outpatient services and programs. Our Manassas campus is home to our 130-bed, acute care hospital with 24/7 emergency room, Prince William Ambulatory Surgery Center, behavioral health facility and fitness center and is complemented by outpatient services in Gainesville, Haymarket, Culpeper and Woodbridge. With world-class technology, personal connections, and care that’s easier to access, we’ll be with you every step of the way on your journey to health and wellness.

Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center
540-829-4100
501 Sunset Lane, Culpeper, VA 22701
Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center provides the right care at the right time and in the right place. Our campus in Culpeper is home to our 70-bed community hospital, family birth center and 24/7 emergency department. With a medical staff of more than 150 physicians from nearly 30 specialties, we are committed to helping the community achieve and maintain optimal health. As an affiliate of the University of Virginia Health System, we have access to the expertise, technology and resources of a nationally recognized academic medical center, while maintaining the attentive, intimate setting of a community hospital.

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Medical Equipment

The Care Boutique at Fauquier Health
540-316-4437
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
See full listing under Hospital Services.

Firstcare Orthopaedics
540-341-7758
493 Blackwell Road, #115, Warrenton
firstcareortho.com
Firstcare Orthopaedics specializes in providing custom-created devices, such as orthotics and prosthetics, for patients of all ages. The accredited facility is located in Warrenton, and Firstcare Orthopaedics takes great pride in providing in-home appointments in order to better serve patients and their families. President Bill Truskey has put together a team of certified orthotists and prosthetists and support staff who create the various devices in-house, then personally delivers them to ensure fit and comfort. For more information, visit firstcareortho.com.

Hospice Support of Fauquier County
540-347-5922
42 N Fifth Street, Warrenton
www.hospicesupport.org, info@hospicesupport.org
See full listing under Hospice Providers.

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

Simple Comforts Home Medical
540-341-7135
41 W. Lee Highway, #61, Warrenton
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 4:00 p.m. Closed Sundays.

Warrenton Lions Club
727-236-0772
www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/warrento,
Jan Cornelius, jcornelius_9@hotmail.com
The Lions Club provides funding for service dogs for the blind, eye exams and glasses for those in need, and assistance towards the cost of hearing aids. They also test sight and hearing for Fauquier County students, recycle used eyeglasses for use around the world, and provide scholarships for high school students in the county. To learn more about eligibility, contact Jan Cornelius.

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Medicaid and Medicare Information

Medicaid
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, contact DSS, or visit https://www.medicaid.gov/.

Medicaid Waivers
For people with developmental disabilities, Medicaid Waivers are the key to accessing support and services in your home and community. There are different types of Medicaid Waivers and each waiver provides a different set of services. Medicaid waiver eligibility for children is NEVER impacted by parent income. When an individual is approved for a waiver, they also receive Medicaid health insurance. Contact The Arc of North Central Virginia (see Disabilities section) for assistance in applying.

Medicare
Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people age 65 or older, or those younger than 65 with certain disabilities. 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 15th through December 7th 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
1-800-227-2345 or 703-938-5550
124 Park Street SE, Suite 100, Vienna
https://www.cancer.org
The local 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.

Enroll Virginia
540-741-2447
1301 Sam Perry Blvd Suite # 100, Fredericksburg
www.enrollva.org, melissa@enroll-virginia.com
Enroll Virginia is a network of community-based organizations committed to helping Virginians access high quality, affordable health coverage. Our navigators and enrollment experts are trained and certified to provide free, unbiased assistance on health insurance options available through HealthCare.gov, Medicaid, and FAMIS. For assistance, visit enrollva.org and click on Get Help, then type in your zip code.

Fauquier Health Department
540-347-6400
330 Hospital Drive, Suite 101, Warrenton
www.rrhd.org, Askrrhd@vdh.virginia.gov
Services include car seats, free immunizations, well-baby health exams (free except for sports or school), family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, 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 (540-347-6363) concentrates on protection from foodborne illness, waterborne diseases, and animal diseases.

Hearing Assessment Center
540-341-7112
493 Blackwell Road, #311, Warrenton
Hearingassessment.com
Hearing Assessment Center, LLC, understands how important your sense of hearing is to your quality of life and your well-being. Better hearing equates to better living and we want to make sure you don’t miss a thing. With improved hearing, you’ll be ready for all of life’s best — and sometimes unexpected — sound effects. Don’t let hearing loss rule your life. Through our audiology services, we’ve helped individuals regain control of their lives. We can help you too. We can provide solutions to help make speech clearer through highly sophisticated hearing technology. We can also offer effective strategies to make communicating with family members, friends, and colleagues easier.

Lyme Disease Support Group – Fauquier Chapter
540-341-8245
phillipsgeo@comcast.net
This group normally meets on the third Thursday of the month at the Fauquier Hospital, Sycamore Room, at 6:30 PM. We provide support, information, and education materials focused on Lyme, its associated co-infections and other tick-borne diseases, such as Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever – and the “red meat allergy” or Alpha-Gal. Occasionally, we have invited speakers, or a video presentation is offered. We also provide educational briefings to interested groups and we participate in town festivals and the County Fair. Please note that we do not meet in April, July and August. During COVID-19, we will be starting up ZOOM meetings. If you are interested in joining our ZOOM discussions, please contact Betsy Ussery at esussery2@gmail.com.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
202-296-5363
Toll Free: 1-800-344-4867
www.MSandYOU.org
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 and referrals to healthcare, referrals to healthcare and community professionals. 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
40 North Hill Drive, Warrenton
www.parkinsonspiedmont.org, Kendal Blaser, blaserx4@aol.com
We are a Piedmont-based support group for people with Parkinson’s Disease and their support partners. 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.
540-439-3247
207 E. Main Street, Remington
www.remingtondrug.com, Info@remingtondrug.com
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, a diabetes support group, and pharmacogenomic testing. For more information call or visit the website or Facebook page.

Social Security Administration
877-531-4694
1014 South Main Street, Culpeper
www.socialsecurity.gov
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
540-522-5068
www.mytransitioncare.com, lindalamb009@gmail.com
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 Center/Fresenius Kidney Care
540-341-7547
170 W Shirley Avenue, Suite 100, Warrenton
Kidney dialysis services. Open Monday through Saturday. Call for more information.

Warrenton Pregnancy Center
540-779-0001, Text: 540-404-1760
400 Holiday Court, Suite 101, Warrenton
Warrentonpregnancycenter.org, admin@warrentonpregnancycenter.org
Serving women from Fauquier and surrounding counties regardless of their circumstances. We are committed to providing a safe environment where you can explore all your options and make an informed choice. Trained staff provide medical care & mentoring: pregnancy tests, ultrasound, options counseling, prenatal vitamins, medical & social referrals, Medicaid Enrollment assistance, maternity and infant supplies.

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Nursing and Rehabilitation Facilities

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
540-347-4770
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 is 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
360 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
See full listing under Hospital Services. See more under the “Our Services” section on the Fauquier Health website, FauquierHealth.org.

Nursing Home and Community-Based Care Screening
540-422-8400
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 an 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 for more information.

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Urgent Care Services

Fauquier Hospital Emergency Care Services
540-316-5000
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
www.fauquierhealth.org
Minute Clinic CVS
540-347-1621
510 Blackwell Road, Warrenton
www.cvs.com/minuteclinic
Piedmont Urgent Care
540-347-5200
493 Blackwell Road, Suite 101B, Warrenton
www.piedmont-urgent-care.com
GoWell Urgent Care (formerly Warrenton Urgent Care)
540-351-0662
75 W. Lee Highway, Warrenton
gowellurgentcare@gmail.com,
https://www.gowellurgentcare.com/

Helplines and Hotlines

2-1-1 Virginia
Dial 2-1-1; Hearing Impaired: Dial 7-1-1 for Virginia Relay then 1-800-230-6977
741-741 Crisis Text Line
24-Hour Toll Free textline: Text “Connect” to 741-741
Adult Protection Network
540-422-8400
AIDS/HIV Helpline – Virginia
800-533-4148
Alcoholism: National Council on Alcoholism
1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Center for Disease Control
800-232-4636
Child Abuse and Neglect
800-552-7096
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
Mental Health-National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
800-950-6264
Missing & Exploited Children Hotline
1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678)
Narcotics Anonymous
800-777-1515
National Runaway Hotline
800-786-2929
Poison Control Center
800-222-1222
Peer2Peer Regional Warmline
833-626-1490
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services Crisis Line
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
800-662-HELP (4357)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24-Hour Toll Free Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
Veteran Crisis Line
800-273-8255 (press 1)
Virginia Family Violence Sexual Assault Hotline
800-838-8238
Virginia State Police Terrorism Tip Hotline
866-488-8554

Adult Probation & Parole, District 25
540-347-6354
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 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.

Juvenile Probation and Intake
540-422-8050
9 Court Street, Warrenton
http://www.djj.virginia.gov/
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
540-825-3131
1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2122, Culpeper
www.legalaidworks.org,
LAWCulp@legalaidworks.org
For low-income residents requiring legal assistance in civil matters. Services are free and available to anyone, of any immigration status, and bilingual staff is available. Legal Aid Works is normally open every Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and closed for only two occasions: on holidays and during our staff meetings.

Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center
540-347-6650
98 Alexandria Pike, Suite 53, Warrenton
www.PiedmontDisputeResolution.org,
pdrc@verizon.net
PDRC provides mediation services such as custody, visitation, child support, parent-teen, landlord-tenant, consumer-merchant, elder care, divorce, education, neighborhood 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
540-422-8080
70 Culpeper Street, Warrenton
Adult Detention Center
540-422-8700
50 West Lee Street, Warrenton
Animal Control Division
540-422-8750
78 West Lee Street #200, Warrenton
Circuit Court
540-422-8100
29 Ashby Street, Warrenton
Civil Process Division
540-422-8610
Joint Communications Division
(non-emergency)
540-347-6843
Criminal Investigations Division
540-422-8650

Fauquier County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office
540-422-8120
29 Ashby Street, Warrenton
Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office
540-422-8600
78 West Lee Street, Warrenton
General District Court
540-422-8035
6 Court Street, Warrenton
Juvenile Court Services (Custody)
540-347-8623
Juvenile/Domestic Relations District Court
540-422-8040
14 Main Street, Warrenton
Magistrate’s Office
540-422-8680
78 West Lee Street, Warrenton
(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
540-422-8400
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
540-829-6405
www.agingtogether.org, info@agingtogether.org
Aging Together is a collaborative effort to help our region prepare for unprecedented growth in the older population. We seek to assure that local residents will have the services and support they need in the five counties of planning district 9. Partnerships are built on an alliance of organizations and work together across agencies to participate in our county teams which plan programs and events. County teams plan programs and events to support older adults, families, and caregivers. Our vision is for age-friendly communities that actively engage, value and support older adults.

Care Connections For Seniors, LLC
540-347-4181
PO Box 1153, Warrenton
PFSRN@msn.com
Care Connections provides geriatric care management services in Fauquier and surrounding counties. Patty Simpson — a registered nurse and geriatric care manager with decades of hospital, nursing home, and home care experience — works closely with clients and their families to maintain as independent a living arrangement as possible for clients, whether that’s at home or in a facility. Patty will link client needs with community resources, including caregivers, schedule and supervise those caregivers if needed, schedule and accompany clients to appointments, arrange follow-ups, pick up and manage medications, help with hospital admission and discharge logistics, and so much more.

Caring Senior Service of Northern Virginia
Wayne Mitchell, Owner
571-222-5050
14540 John Marshall Highway, Suite 208, Gainesville
www.NovaSeniorCare.com
Personalized Senior Home Care Services in Northern Virginia. Voted “The Best Senior Care Service” in multiple communities and counties in Northern Virginia. Our services are tailored to meet your unique needs. We provide one-on-one care on your schedule. Regardless of the senior services you may require, we charge one flat, hourly rate. With over 25 years’ experience in senior care, we are proud that many families have chosen us to care for their loved ones, and have referred us to their friends over the years. A sampling of the inclusive services we offer in your home or the senior community you live in are: Personal Care, Meal Transportation, Medication Reminders, Light Housekeeping, Transportation, Companionship, Respite Care, Errand Service, and more. Call today for a no-cost, no-obligation in-home assessment with one of our Registered Nurses.

Fauquier Adult Day Healthcare Center
540-347-2797 or 540-825-3100 ext. 3427
430 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
https://www.rrcsb.org/senior-services/
Warrenton Adult Day Health Care offers a safe, nurturing environment for adults who need daily help with health and personal care activities.

Fauquier FISH Senior Supplemental Nutrition Program
540-347-FISH
Fauquierfish.org, foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
In collaboration with the Warrenton Senior Center and Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services, senior-friendly groceries with small meal suggestions and mini-meal kits from Fauquier FISH’s Food Pantry are distributed through the Senior Center. Attention to special dietary needs, simple and healthy food. Delivery to Warrenton Senior Center in an effort to introduce seniors to the benefits of monthly food pantry visits. Call or visit the food pantry for more information.

Fauquier Senior Center
540-347-7729
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).

Home Marketing Services for Seniors
540-687-8794
P.O. Box 918, Middleburg, VA 20118
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. An HMSS consultant works with each client before the 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.

Overwhelmed How Can I Help, LLC
703-508-3056
www.OverwhelmedHowCaniHelp.com, OverwhelmedHowCaniHelp@yahoo.com
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 to be done within your time frame. Free in-home consultation. Serving Fauquier and surrounding counties.

Young-At-Heart Seniors Group
540-347-5443
271 Winchester Street, Warrenton
metterguy@gmail.com
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

www.agingtogether.org
www.alz.org/nca
www.caregiver.com
www.rosalynncarter.org
www.seniornavigator.org
www.caregiverstress.com
www.medicare.gov

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Social Services

Clothing and Furniture

A Little Heart
703-628-3101
www.alittleheartcharity.org
Tonya.Harmon@ALittleHeartCharity.org
A Little Heart’s mission is to help children in the greater Fauquier County area who lack the resources they need to be successful. We provide funding directly to school principals, who use the funds to help underprivileged children have opportunities that would otherwise be out of their reach. Project Sweet Dreams provides comfort along with 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. Project Healthy Snack, in partnership with Fauquier FISH, will ensure every growing child has a nutritious snack at snack time.

Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store
540-359-6054
249 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
www.fauquierfoodbank.org
FAUQUIER_THRIFT@yahoo.com
Our food bank provides USDA Commodities, senior commodity boxes, pantry services, some personal supplies, and firewood to registered clients only in Fauquier County. 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. Hours: 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.

Fauquier Habitat for Humanity ReStore
540-216-3447
617 Frost Avenue, Warrenton
https://www.fauquierhabitat.org, Restore@FauquierHabitat.org
The Fauquier Habitat for Humanity ReStore is the non-profit home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Fauquier Habitat for Humanity ReStore is proudly owned and operated by Fauquier Habitat for Humanity. Proceeds are used to build homes and improve communities locally and around the world. Donations to the store affect the availability of certain items, and stock may change daily.

Hope Heals Community Freestore
606 Falmouth Street – Suite A
www.hopehealsfreestore.org
hopehealsfreestore@gmail.com
Our mission at Hope Heals is to provide our community with free clothing, shoes, and household linens. We believe that people matter most and our heart is to supply basic needs with compassion, dignity, and unconditional acceptance.

Noah’s Ark Outreach
By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
www.communitytouchinc.org
TyronneC@communitytouchinc.org
Noah’s Ark helps those who lack household furnishings and provides free household furnishings to the underprivileged. Items include quality furniture, seasonal clothing, household items and appliances. Newer furniture is donated by housing developers and builders; Noah’s Ark also distributes these items to those in need and other nonprofits. Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Noah’s Ark Thrift Store
By Community Touch Inc
540-364-8007
4199-D Winchester Road, Marshall
www.communitytouchinc.org
TyronneC@communitytouchinc.org
Noah’s Ark Thrift Store was born out of a need to help those that lack household furnishings and to allow those that have the means to give a donation for low-cost, quality household items. Items available include quality furniture, clothes in season, household items and appliances, etc. All proceeds from the retail store go towards the mission and vision of Community Touch, Inc. See website for hours of operation.

The Salvation Army Family Store
540-341-8385
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
www.virginiasalvationarmy.org/warrentonva/
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 540-341-8385 to schedule an appointment. Call for hours of operation. The Salvation Army Social Services office, located behind the store, is open on Monday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse

Child Abuse & Neglect Helpline
800-552-7096
Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 800-787-3224
www.thehotline.org
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
540-422-8656
78 West Lee Street, Warrenton
www.fauquiercounty.gov, michele.arft@fauquiercounty.gov
Michele Arft has been the domestic violence resource specialist for 22 years. She provides 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)
571-469-1068
www.fanoffauquier.org, fanoffauquier@gmail.com
FAN works with families in crisis for their specific concerns. Education, tools, and support prevent the destruction of a family. With opioids, trafficking, suicides, shootings, and violent abuses facing families, issues can be complex. Building collaborative teams address issues. FAN assists by supporting early identification and prevention to decrease stigma and raise awareness about trauma bonding, moral injury, coercive control abuses and trauma-informed interventions. FAN is a grassroots effort to identify early trauma; discuss issues/options with families, legislature, and professionals; and supports early intervention and prevention. A strong community supports those in crisis.

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 with the survivor to design an individualized service plan. 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, support group, connection to community resources/referrals, advocacy and support, and ongoing case management. Please call the hotline to learn more.

Services to Abused Families, Inc. (SAFE)
24-Hour Toll-Free Hotline: 800-825-8876
Office: 540-825-8891
501 E. Piedmont Street, PO Box 402, Culpeper
www.safejourneys.org
info@safejourneys.org
All SAFE services and support are free and confidential. Services to Abused Families, Inc. (SAFE) provides shelter, support and advocacy to victims and survivors of domestic violence and their children along with survivors of sexual violence. SAFE services include a 24-hour toll free Crisis Hotline, 24-hour emergency shelters, crisis intervention, safety planning, court advocacy and navigating of the criminal justice system, individual and group supportive counseling, services for youth, services for the Hispanic community, school-based awareness programs, public awareness programs, community partnerships and a volunteer program.

Virginia Family Violence Sexual Assault Hotline
800-838-8238
http://www.vsdvalliance.org/
This 24 hour/day trained staff offers 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. It also offers 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 is also available.

Human Trafficking

Just Ask Trafficking Prevention Foundation
1751 Pinnacle Drive Suite 600, McLean
bill@justaskprevention.org
The Just Ask Prevention Foundation is a Virginia-based international nonprofit organization focused on ending human trafficking in the U.S. and around the world, through education, prevention, and intervention. We offer a variety of services to individuals, groups, businesses, and government agencies which enable them to prevent and stop human trafficking from occurring to themselves, their loved ones, employees, and citizens. For more information about what the Just Ask Prevention Foundation can do to help you, contact us.

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Fauquier County Department of Social Services

Fauquier Department of Social Services
540-422-8400
24-hour toll-free hotline 888-832-3858
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Alice Jane Childs Building, Warrenton
The mission of the Department of Social Services is people helping people overcome adversity to secure strong futures for themselves, their families and communities. The purpose is to assist families in maintaining or achieving self-sufficiency, protect vulnerable adults and children from abuse and neglect, provide benefits to meet basic needs and cooperate with other organizations in promoting the general welfare of the citizens of Fauquier County. New to the DSS: Fauquier County residents can now apply for Social Services benefits online. Visit https://commonhelp.virginia.gov/ to apply for services.

Adult Protective Services (APS)
An Adult Services Worker, receiving a report or complaint about suspicion or a risk of abuse, neglect or exploitation of an adult, investigates the report, determines whether services are needed and helps find the necessary services to stop or prevent the abuse, neglect or exploitation from recurring. 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. Services are provided regardless of the person’s income or financial resources. Adult Protective Services include the receipt and investigation of reports that an adult is abused, neglected, or exploited or at risk of abuse, neglect, or exploitation, and the provision of a wide variety of health, social, and legal services to stop the mistreatment and prevent further mistreatment. If you have questions about the situation of an elderly person or adult with disabilities, please call and talk to an Adult Services Worker at 540-422-8400. You may also call the 24-hour, toll-free hotline at
1-888-832-3858.

Adult Services
Adult Services coordinates and provides a range of services to maintain safe living conditions for incapacitated or elderly adults. These services include intake services including information and referral, initial screening and assessment, and assistance with emergencies, and home-based services, to the extent that local funds are available. Depending on the assessment of need, a trained companion provides a maximum of 20 hours per week of in-home assistance. Assistance with some activities of daily living and instrumental activity of daily living (housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation) is provided to income-eligible clients based on an assessment of the need for services. Periodic or one-time-only chore services are provided based on assessment. At times there may be a waiting list for these services. Adult Foster Care and Respite care are provided to the extent a matching foster care home can be located. Funding for this program comes through a combination of client income and the Auxiliary Grant program. Adult Services also provides nursing home pre-admission screening for impaired adults who currently receive Medicaid or anticipate receiving Medicaid within the next 180 days, Medicaid Community-based care screenings and subsequent arrangement of services, and assistance with assisted living facility placements and nursing facility placements. For more information and to apply visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/family/as/servtoadult.cg.

Benefits
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. 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. 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 (CC)
The Child Care Assistance Program provides funding to enhance the quality, affordability, and supply of childcare available to Virginia’s families. Child Care services are child-centered, family-focused services that support the family goals of economic self-sufficiency and child development by providing for supervision, protection, and well-being of a child while the parent is participating in an approved activity. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/family/cc/assistance.cgi.

Child Protective Services
24-hour Child Abuse Hotline: 800-552-7096
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. For more information, visit http://www.csa.virginia.gov/.

Fauquier County Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Advocacy Program
24-Hour Hotline 540-422-8460
See full listing under Domestic Violence & Abuse.
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. 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 the 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. To find out more about becoming a foster parent, visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/family/fc/.

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Financial Assistance Programs

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – (formerly Food Stamps)
The SNAP Program is administered by the US Department of Agriculture and is operated on a local level in Virginia.The program is designed to help prevent hunger and malnutrition by ensuring a better diet for low-income households. It is not designed to supply all food needs, only to supplement them. For more information and to apply, please visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/.

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 Education and Work. 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.

Auxiliary Grants
AG is a financial assistance supplement for recipients of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and certain other aged, blind or disabled individuals who are residing in a licensed Assisted Living Facility (ALF) or in an Adult Foster Care (AFC) home approved by Social Services. For more information and how to apply please visit the Virginia Department of Social Services website at http://www.dss.virginia.gov/.

General Relief
GR is a short-term assistance program to help with specific emergency situations related to housing and utilities. This is a local program and application must be made at our local office. You must be a Fauquier County resident and have an emergency need. For additional eligibility criteria, program information, income guidelines and to request an application, please call the Fauquier County Department of Social Services at 540-422-8400.

Medicaid: Family & Children; Aged, Blind & Disabled
Medicaid provides payment for health and medical care for people who meet the specified requirements for income and resource limits. All medical services must be provided by Medicaid enrolled providers who bill the program directly for their services. In some instances, a small co-payment is required. To apply for Medicaid, visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/, call 855-635-4370 for assistance with completing an application, or call the Fauquier office.

Child Care Assistance
The Child Care Assistance Program provides funding to enhance the quality, affordability, and supply of childcare available to Virginia’s families. Child Care services are child-centered, family-focused services that support the family goals of economic self-sufficiency and child development by providing for supervision, protection, and well-being of a child while the parent is participating in an approved activity. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/family/cc/assistance.cgi.

Energy Assistance
The Energy Assistance Program is made up of the following components: fuel assistance, which helps eligible households with costs of heating their homes; crisis assistance, which helps eligible households in heating emergency situations with primary heat security deposits, primary heating fuel/utility bills, and repair/replacement of heating equipment; and cooling assistance which helps eligible households with cooling equipment purchases or repairs and with electric bills. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/.

Other Services

Dominion EnergyShare
Dominion EnergyShare provides heating and cooling assistance to eligible families. The Department of Social Services administers the program for Fauquier County residents in need. For more information and to complete an application, please come to Social Services Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM. You are required to meet an income guideline, have a face to face interview, have a cutoff notice from your utility company and to bring your utility bill with you. There are two seasons: cooling season, which runs from June 1st until October 31st, and heating season, which runs from November 1st until May 31st. Funding is available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are depleted. For more information, please call 540-422-8400.

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Employment Services

The Work Place – Career Resource Center
540-422-8422
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Warrenton
workplace320@gmail.com
The Work Place is open Monday to Friday 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.

Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare – (VIEW)
Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare (VIEW) is a workforce program administered through local departments of social services. The VIEW Program provides employment and training services to TANF recipients who are required to participate in the program as a condition of eligibility and to TANF recipients who volunteer to participate. For more information and to apply, please visit http://www.dss.virginia.gov/.

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Financial and Tax Assistance

Community Touch
540-439-9300
Emergency assistance for the truly needy.

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
540-349-9017
34 Beckham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierphp.com, php.fauquier@verizon.net
See full listing under Fuel and Utility Assistance.

People, Inc.
(833) 277-9330
135 South Main Street, Woodstock
www.peopleinc.net
info@peopleinc.net
People Inc. is a non-profit 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. In Culpeper, Fauquier, and Rappahannock counties, People Inc. Community and Economic Services provides business and personal loans. The Personal Lending program provides consumers access to low-cost financing for short-term needs such as debt consolidation, car loans and repairs, home improvement, foreclosure prevention, etc. Small business development services provide training, business technical assistance, and loans to create or expand an existing business. Both existing and start-up business clients are eligible for services. Credit counseling is available as part of both services. People Incorporated also provides Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) during the tax season. Appointments are required.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program
703-324-7280; TTY 711
https://www.irs.gov/individuals/free-tax-return-preparation-for-you-by-volunteers
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax preparation assistance to individuals and families who earned $56,000 or less. IRS trained and certified volunteers are available at 15 sites throughout Northern Virginia and will ensure you receive the maximum tax refund and help determine if you are eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

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Food Assistance

2 Fish Five Loaves of Bread – Mt. Olive Baptist Church
540-364-2380
2932 Atoka Rd, Marshall

Broad Run Baptist Church
540-347-1379
5143 Broad Run Church Road, New Baltimore
Broadrunchurch.org
Office@Broadrunchurch.org
Broad Run Baptist Church offers food assistance only on Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. until noon.

Child Nutrition, Inc.
540-347-3767
9 N 3rd Street, Suite 100, Warrenton
www.cni-usda.org, bethw@cni-usda.org
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. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Clara’s Faith House Food Pantry & Thrift Store
By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
www.communitytouchinc.org, feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
Clara’s Faith House Food Pantry provides food recipients in the Virginia and Washington DC Metro area with quality food to sustain the family. Food is also purchased and distributed and delivered to the elderly. The hours of operation for Clara’s Faith House Food Pantry are: Monday and Wednesday 10am – 2pm, Saturday 10am – noon.

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

Fauquier County Food Distribution Coalition
540-905-7227 (leave a message) c/o Fauquier County Extension Office
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
fauquierfood.wixsite.com/fauquierfood, info@fauquierfood.org
On the third Saturday of each month, the coalition distributes food and other necessary items from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. (or until the food is gone) at the Warrenton United Methodist Church located at 341 Church Street.

Fauquier County Health Department
540-347-6400
330 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
The WIC Program offers food for women, infants, and children. By appointment only.

Fauquier FISH Food Pantry
540-347-FISH
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
http://fauquierfish.org
foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
Fauquier FISH’s Food Pantry is a client choice program distributing wholesome quality foods with a view on health and nutrition. Menu selections include our signature DASH (Delicious, Affordable, Simple Healthy) complete meal kits, all the ingredients needed with instructions to prepare hearty meals at home. Current selections include 8 main meals, 4 side dishes and 3 hot lunches to choose from. Seasonally, POP Bucks are available to shop at the Warrenton Farmers Market. Visit our website for additional information. Summer: Tues & Sat 9:30 am – Noon, Thurs 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Winter: Tues & Sat 9:30 am – Noon, Thurs. 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Fauquier County Public Schools
540-422-7000
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 40, Warrenton
www.fcps1.org
Call your child’s school and ask for information on the Free and Reduced Meals Program for students.

Grace Episcopal Church
540-253-5177, ext 101
6507 Main Street, The Plains
www.gracetheplains.org, gracechurch@gracetheplains.org
The Grace Church food pantry is open to the public on Sunday mornings from 8 a.m. to noon. You may also access the food pantry on weekdays when the church office is open: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Please call ahead if you would like to come on a weekday.

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.

The Salvation Army of Fauquier County
540-341-3396
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
www.virginiasalvationarmy.org/warrentonva/
The Salvation Army office of social services, located behind the store, is open Monday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The social service office also includes a food pantry, summer camp scholarships, emergency disaster services, and Angel Tree Christmas assistance of clothing, toys, and food. Additionally, Pathway of Hope is a long term, client-directed social service program designed to help motivated clients to permanently escape poverty. For information, call 540-341-3396.

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Fuel and Utility Assistance

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 a separate section for details. To apply for Energy Assistance, go online to https://commonhelp.virginia.gov or call the Fauquier office.

Grace Episcopal Church
540-253-5177
6507 Main Street, The Plains
Free firewood for those in need.

Morrisville United Methodist Church
540-439-2594
4432 Morrisville Road, Bealeton
www.morrisvilleumc.org,
morrisvilleumc@verizon.net
Offers fuel and utility assistance to those in need.

People Helping People
540-349-9017
34 Beckham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierphp.com,
php.fauquier@verizon.net
People Helping People (PHP) provides emergency financial assistance to Fauquier County residents undergoing hardship due to circumstances beyond their control, i.e. medical issues, loss of employment or a 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 are funded by local businesses, local churches, private citizens, and other grants. All donations are tax-deductible. Hours: Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., by appointment only.

SafeLink Wireless
800-SafeLink
www.safelinkwireless.com
SafeLink 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 the website.

St. Vincent de Paul Society – St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
540-270-6774
271 Winchester Street, Warrenton
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. Group offers financial support which is sent directly to the creditor who is owed and a food pantry for those in need. The SVDP food pantry is located on the grounds of St. John’s Church and is available by appointment only.

The Salvation Army Warrenton Service Center
540-349-7205
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
www.virginiasalvationarmy.org/warrentonva/
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 Warrenton Service Center, located behind the store, is open Monday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Housing: Emergency and Transitional

Culpeper Homeless Intervention Program
540-825-7434
602 S. Main Street, Culpeper
https://www.culpeperhousingandshelterservices.com
This shelter accepts families only, no single men.

Fauquier Family Shelter
540-351-0130 or 540-341-0900
95 Keith Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierfamilyshelter.org
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.

Foothills Housing Corporation
540-341-2805
47 Garrett Street #205, Warrenton
Foothillshousing.org, jreid@fhcorp.org
Foothills Housing Corp. is a local nonprofit committed to providing safe, decent and affordable housing. Contact us regarding The Oaks in Warrenton which is a Senior Living apartment community of 111 apartments leased affordably to seniors over 55 and income qualified. We also own, rent and manage 6 town homes in The Plains, 8 townhomes in Bealeton and 36 single family homes in Fletcherville just 3 miles north of Warrenton on Rt 17. All of our communities are rented affordably. We also fund repairs to home owners who, if they meet our income requirements, can receive funding for emergency home repairs through grants and zero interest loans.

Foothills Housing Network
540-724-6630
https://www.foothillshousing.org/, fhn@rrregion.org
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am-5pm
Our mission is to end homelessness in our community. We provide free information and referral on housing assistance and resources available in Culpeper, Orange, Madison, Fauquier and Rappahannock counties. For information, call Central Entry at 540-724-6630.

Hope Warming Center of Fauquier
Rev. Tyrone Green, Pastor of Hearts Delight Baptist Church
202-351-1001
P.O. Box 75, Catlett
Facebook: @HopeWarmingCenterFauquier
The Hope Warming Center of Fauquier was established to offer 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 should contact DSS or the Sheriff’s Department when they need shelter for the night.

Prince William Homeless Intervention Program
703-792-7648
7987 Ashton Avenue, Suite 200, Manassas
www.pwcgov.org
Homeless Intervention Program (HIP), c/o Prince William County Department of Social Services, assists with rental payments, security deposits, and mortgage assistance. Must meet income eligibility, have an unavoidable crisis, and show prior self- sufficiency.

SAM’s Place Community Outreach Center
540-727-1055
Culpeper Career Resource Center
219 East Davis Street, Suite 300, Culpeper
https://www.ccrc-jobs.com/sams-place/
Sam’s Place is a one-stop hub where individuals and families can access information and referrals to other community partners. Assistance is offered for a variety of needs including, but not limited to, health, transportation, food, home repairs, and an avenue to apply for financial aid for housing. Also offered are vision services and hearing aids, clothing, and furniture vouchers. Referrals are made based upon personal needs, available funds, and program criteria.

Victory Transitional Housing
By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300 or 540-439-4917
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
https://www.communitytouchinc.org
feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
The Victory Transitional Housing (VTH) offers transitional housing to the homeless. The VTH fulfills the needs of people affected by poverty, job loss, divorce, foreclosure and other unforeseen circumstances. VTH provides an opportunity for homeless individuals to stay in the forty-bed facility for one year at a very low program fee. They are also required to participate in a savings program and attend financial mentoring classes. Residents learn basic budgeting skills, file back taxes and clean up their credit reports. Each individual has a caseworker and assists them with life challenges and obtains permanent housing. Office hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Virginia Homeless Solution Program
By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300
https://www.communitytouchinc.org, feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
Provides services for homeless families by paying rental security deposits, rent and case management.

Vint Hill Transitional Housing (VHTH)
540-347-7374
4383 Hunsberger Drive, Unit H, Warrenton
http://www.fauquierfamilyshelter.org
Our transitional housing program is an intensive, one to two-year program assisting families in the transition from being homeless to acquiring the skills necessary to maintain stable and independent living. The community provides a structured, safe environment for the nurturing of families and the growth and well-being of children.

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Home Repair and Improvement Assistance

Fauquier Community Coalition
540-937-4628
41 W. Lee Highway, Suite 59, Warrenton,
PO Box 831, Warrenton
Fauquiercommunitycoalition.org, fauquiercommunitycoalition@gmail.com
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
540-341-4952
98 Alexandria Pike, Suite 43, Warrenton
www.fauquierhabitat.org, info@fauquierhabitat.org
Fauquier Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to providing safe, decent, and affordable housing in partnership with qualifying families. Collaborating with volunteers, faith communities, businesses, service organizations, and our partners, Habitat builds hope and housing through three vital programs: Neighborhood Revitalization, New Home Construction, and Critical Home Repair. Each program begins with a fundamental investment in people – through educational programming, financial coaching, affordable loans, and post-purchase support ensuring long-term homeownership success. If you are interested in becoming a partner in a Habitat program or would like to volunteer to support the mission of Habitat, please call us or visit our website.

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Low Income Housing

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

Remington Group Home
540-825-2669
404 N Rappahannock Street, Remington
Remington Group Home is a disabled low-income housing apartment. It is subsidized by the federal government’s HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact Remington Group Home for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.

Section 8 Housing
540-439-8690
www.vhda.com
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
540-402-6005
4475 Bacon Street, Bealeton, VA 22712
www.mintbrookseniorcommunity.com,
mintbrook@jdcmanagementco.com
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. Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Moffett Manor Apartments
540-341-8299
115 Manor Court, Warrenton
www.moffettmanorapartments.com
Moffett Manor Apartments is a senior apartment community in Warrenton, professionally managed by Park Properties Management, Co. We offer one- and two-bedroom apartments, and rent includes water/sewer, trash, extermination & digital cable. Monthly activities. Security cameras and elevator. For more information about our Warrenton apartment homes, please call, email, or stop by.

The Oaks
540-349-9725
305 Oaks Springs Drive, Warrenton
www.oaksofwarrenton.com
Senior Apartment Community for ages 55 and up. Maximum income level: one bedroom, $49,260; two-bedroom, $56,280. All utilities included, except for cable and Internet. Daily activities. Library with computer access. Elevator access.

Warrenton Manor Apartments
540-349-1353
663 Hastings Lane, Warrenton
Senior Apartment Community for ages 62 or up and the disabled. Subsidized rents are income-based.

Windy Hill Foundation
540-687-3402
300 Windy Hill Road, Middleburg
www.windyhillfoundation.org, Windyhill@tmamgroup.com
Windy Hill Foundation (WHF) provides safe, stable accessible affordable housing to individuals, children and families in The Plains and Marshall. Income requirements apply to all properties. In The Plains, WHF offers 2- and 3-bedroom apartments and one single-family home with rents that range from $963 to $1,300 a month. In Marshall, WHF offers 30 3-bedroom townhouses with rents that range from $944 to $1,250 a month. Water and electricity are not included in the rent. WHF provides residents with Resident Services programs which include afterschool, Spring and Summer Break activities for children, daily activities for older adults and adults with disabilities and monthly family fun nights and adult education programs. Please call Property Manager Rosalie Hollenbaugh at (540) 687-3402 for an application or more information.

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Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS)

540-825-3100
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 daycare 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.

AGING SERVICES (RRCS)
Fauquier Senior Center
540-347-7729
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 may be available. The Fauquier Senior Center is open Monday through Thursday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Warrenton Adult Day Healthcare Center
540-347-2797
430 E. Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
https://www.rrcsb.org/senior-services/
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.

Aging Support Coordinator Services
540-825-3100, extension 3427
The Fauquier County Support Coordinator can offer information, assistance, referral to services (such as home-delivered meals, senior center, etc.), and counseling options 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.

CLINICAL SERVICES
Infant and Toddler Connection (ITC)
540-829-7480
itc@rrcsb.org
ITC provides early intervention support 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, visit www.infantva.org.

Prevention Services
434-825-8913
540-825-3100
https://www.rrcsb.org/prevention-services/,
prevention@rrcsb.org
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
540-347-7620
340 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
https://www.rrcsb.org/
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. Visit rrcsb.org and click on Services.

Children’s Behavioral Health Support Coordination Services
540-672-2990 ext. 108
https://www.rrcsb.org/
ChildServices@rrcsb.org
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
540-825-5656
https://www.rrcsb.org
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services 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
yacc@rrcsb.org
The Young Adult Coordinated Care (YACC) program provides comprehensive support to adolescents and young adults (15-25) experiencing a first episode of psychosis. This program, modeled from OnTrackNY, offers a team of professionals to support individuals in reducing symptoms and increasing community integration. Services integrate a recovery-based, strength-focused approach, which relies on shared decision making, with cognitive enhancement therapy and support. With an early intervention focus, services target individuals who have been experiencing symptoms for less than two years and provides up to two years of support. Insurance is accepted. Visit rrcsb.org and click on Services.

Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Services
540-347-7620
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) are available at the Culpeper Clinic and are 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
540-347-7620
Support coordination provides support 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
540-547-2760
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
1-833-626-1490
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.

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Support Coordination Services
540-825-3100
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 support to maintain stability in the community and work towards recovery.

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.

Bridges Day Support Program
540-829-7628
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
540-825-3366
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 an emphasis on building connections with the community for social interactions, as well as participating in volunteer work and looking for employment opportunities.

Residential Programs
540-825-3100
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 support 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.

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Getting there

Care-A-Van
540-825-3100, ext. 3358
https://www.rrcsb.org/care-a-van/
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 the 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 give RRCS a call at the number above.

FAMS One Call Transportation Center
540-829-5300
710 US Avenue, Culpeper
www.fams.org, fams@rrregion.org
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.

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OTHER SERVICES

Chronic Disease Self Management Education (CDSME)
540-547-4824
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, ext. 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.

Transportation

Amtrak
800-872-7245
111 South Commerce Street, Culpeper
www.amtrak.com
Amtrak provides passenger rail service in Manassas, 20 miles north of Warrenton, and in Culpeper, 25 miles south.

Care-A-Van
540-825-3100, ext. 3358
https://www.rrcsb.org/care-a-van/
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 (Virginia Regional Transit)
540-825-2456
www.vatransit.org, support@vatransit.org
Circuit Rider covers Fauquier County. The schedule repeats every hour. The first run starts at 7:30 a.m. and the 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
support@vatransit.org
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 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. The Fauquier Demand program operates Monday-Friday 8-5. We have a midday break (for lunch) from 12-1, each day.

Foothills Area Mobility System (FAMS)
One-call/click Transportation Center
540-829-5300
www.fams.org
fams@rrregion.org
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 specialist 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.

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

VolTran
540-829-5300
www.voltran.org, voltranrides@gmail.com
VolTran’s volunteer drivers provide free rides to medical appointments and other critical errands for elderly and persons with disabilities who reside in Fauquier, Rappahannock, and northern Culpeper counties. Transportation may extend services into other local counties, depending on driver availability. VolTran partners with the Foothills Area Mobility System (FAMS) One-Call Transportation Center for ride scheduling. Calls to VolTran’s phone number are answered by the FAMS staff and ride requests are then forwarded to VolTran drivers. Ride requests should be made at least five days in advance but will be accepted up to two months prior to need. Volunteer drivers use their own vehicles and set their own schedules. New volunteers are always welcome.

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Veterans’ Services

American Legion
703-369-4900
9950 Cockrell Road, Manassas
Contact:Alpost10@yahoo.com
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
540-341-5378
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 the 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
703-479-7437
9300 West Courthouse Road, Suite 305, Manassas
https://www.dvs.virginia.gov/
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services advocates for Virginia veterans, connects them to benefits and services they have earned, and 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. The Manassas Benefits Office offers services in Fauquier County among other areas. Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Veterans are seen from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Veterans Service Representative: Pepper Burgess, Pepper.Burgess@dvs.virginia.gov.

Important Veteran Services Phone Numbers

Bereavement Counseling
202-461-6530

Civilian Health and Medical Program (CHAMP)
800-733-8387

Federal Recovery Coordination Program
877-732-4456

Education and Training Benefits
888-442-4551

Headstones and Markers
800-697-6947

Health Care
877-222-8387

Home Loans
877-827-3702

Homeless Veterans
877-222-8387

Life Insurance
800-669-8477

National Cemetery Scheduling Office
866-900-6417

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-8255

Pension Management Center
877-294-6380

Presidential Memorial Certificate Program
202-565-4964

Special Health Issues
800-749-8387

Spina Bifida Health Care Benefits Program (SBHCBP)
888-820-1756

Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD)
800-829-4833

Veterans Administration (VA) Benefits
800-827-1000

Women Veterans
202-461-1070

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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 directa, comida, nutrición, educación, empleo, servicios legales, ropa, muebles, salud, servicios sociales, transporte y vivienda. Esperamos que este guía le sea útil en encontrar servicios sociales. Si usted necesita más información sobre estos u otros servicios, llame a Yesenia Reyes, PATH Community Link, al 888-495-5465.
2-1-1 Virginia
800-230-6977

Alcoholismo: Consejo Nacional Sobre Alcoholismo
800-662-HELP (4357)

Centro de Prevención y Control de Enfermedad
800-232-4636

Centro de Control de Veneno
800-222-1222

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

Línea de Ayuda Contra el Abuso de Sustancias
800-662-HELP (4357)

Línea de Ayuda Para el SIDA/VIH
800-533-4148

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

Línea Directa de Abuso y Negligencia Infantil
800-552-7096

Línea Directa Para Niños que Abandonan sus Hogares
800-786-2929

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

Línea Directa Contra el Terrorismo
866-488-8554

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

Línea Directa Contra la Violencia Familiar en Virginia
800-838-8238

Línea Directa de Niños Desaparecidos y Explotados
800-THE-LOST (800-843-5678)

Narcóticos Anónimos
800-777-1515

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.

Peer2Peer Regional Warmline
833-626-1490
Línea directa de ayuda dirigida por personas que han experimentado y superado problemas de salud mental y abuso de sustancias.

Prevenir el Abuso Infantil en Virginia
800-552-7096

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

Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services Línea de Crisis
Línea Directa las 24 horas: 540-825-5656

Red de Protección de Adultos
540-422-8400

SAFE, INC.
Línea directa gratuita las 24 horas: 800-825-8876; Oficina: 540-825-8891
Servicios para familias víctimas de abuso.
www.safejourneys.org

Salud Mental (NAMI)
800-950-6264

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ASISTENCIA FINANCIERA y DE PREPARACIÓN DE IMPUESTOS

Bibliotecas Públicas de Fauquier
Asistencia con la preparación de impuestos. Llame al (540) 422-8465 para programar una cita.

Community Touch
540-439-9300
Asistencia de emergencia para los verdaderamente necesitados.

El Ejército de Salvación del Condado de Fauquier
540-341-3396
www.virginiasalvationarmy.org/warrentonva/
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
La oficina de servicios sociales del Ejército de Salvación, ubicada detrás de la tienda, está abierta de lunes a jueves de 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. La oficina de servicios sociales ofrece una despensa de alimentos, becas para el campamento de verano, servicios de emergencia en caso de desastre natural y asistencia navideña. Para más información, llame al 540-341-3396.

Iglesia Episcopal Grace
540-253-5177
6507 Main Street, The Plains
Leña gratis para los necesitados.

Iglesia Metodista Unida de Morrisville
540-439-2594
www.morrisvilleumc.org, Contacto: morrisvilleumc@verizon.net
4432 Morrisville Road, Bealeton
Ofrece asistencia de combustible y servicios públicos a los necesitados.

Sociedad San Vicente de Paul – Iglesia Católica San Juan Evangelista
540-270-6774
271 Winchester Street, Warrenton
La Sociedad de San Vicente de Paul (SVDP) ayuda a todas las personas necesitadas que residen en el condado de Fauquier y trabaja en colaboración con otras organizaciones caritativas en el condado para ayudar a personas de bajo recursos. El grupo ofrece apoyo financiero que se envía directamente al acreedor a quien se le debe y una despensa de alimentos para los necesitados. La despensa de alimentos se encuentra en la iglesia de San Juan y está disponible solo con cita.

People Incorporated
(833) 277-9330
www.peopleinc.net, Contacto: info@peopleinc.net
135 South Main Street, Woodstock
People Inc. es una Agencia de Acción Comunitaria y Corporación de Desarrollo Comunitario sin fines de lucro comprometida a brindar oportunidades para que las personas alcancen sus objetivos con el fin de mejorar sus vidas, familias y comunidades. En los condados de Culpeper, Fauquier y Rappahannock, People Inc. ofrece préstamos comerciales y personales. El programa de préstamos personales brinda a los consumidores acceso a financiamiento de bajo costo para necesidades a corto plazo, tales como consolidación de deudas, préstamos y reparaciones de automoviles y hogar, prevención de ejecuciones hipotecarias, etc. Los servicios de desarrollo de pequeñas empresas brindan capacitación, asistencia técnica comercial y préstamos para crear o expandir un negocio existente. Tanto los clientes comerciales existentes como los nuevos son elegibles para los servicios. El asesoramiento crediticio está disponible como parte de ambos servicios. People Incorporated también brinda Asistencia de Impuestos durante la temporada de impuestos. Se requieren citas.

Personas Ayudando Personas
540-349-9017
34 Beckham Street, Warrenton
www.fauquierphp.com, Contacto: php.fauquier@verizon.net
Personas Ayudando Personas proporciona asistencia financiera de emergencia a los residentes del condado de Fauquier que se encuentran en dificultades debido a circunstancias fuera de su control, es decir, problemas médicos, pérdida de empleo o muerte en la familia. Ayudamos a pagar las facturas de servicios públicos para evita la desconexión del servicio que incluye alquiler o hipoteca para evitar desalojo de vivienda. Estamos financiados por empresas locales, iglesias locales, y otras subvenciones. Horario: de lunes a jueves de 9:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m., se requiere cita.

SafeLink Wireless
800-SafeLink
www.safelinkwireless.com
SafeLink Wireless es un programa respaldado por el gobierno que brinda un teléfono celular y un plan gratis cada mes. Para conocer los detalles del programa y para ver si califica, visite el sitio web.

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ASISTENCIA ALIMENTARIA

Banco de Alimentos y Tienda de Segunda Mano de Fauquier
Tienda 540-359-6054; Banco de Alimentos 540-359-6053
www.fauquierfoodbank.org
Contacto: fauquiercommunityfoodbank@comcast.net au Fauquier_thrift@yahoo.com
249 East Shirley Ave, Warrenton
El banco de alimentos está abierto de lunes a viernes de 12:00 p.m. a 4:00 p.m. Se aceptan donaciones de alimentos de lunes a viernes, de 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. Todas las ganancias de la tienda ayudan a comprar alimentos para el banco de alimentos. La tienda de segunda mano está abierta de lunes a viernes de 9:00 a.m. hasta las 5:00 p.m.; sábado 9:00 a.m. hasta las 1:00 p.m.

Clara’s Faith House Despensa de Alimentos y Tienda de Segunda Mano
By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300
www.communitytouchinc.org, Contacto: feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
La despensa proporciona alimentos de calidad. Los alimentos también se compran, distribuyen y se entregan a los ancianos. Las horas de operación son lunes y miércoles de 10 am – 2 pm, y sábado de 10 am – 12 pm.

Coalición de Distribución de Alimentos del Condado de Fauquier
540-905-7227 (deje mensaje) c/o Fauquier County Extension Office
fauquierfood.wixsite.com/fauquierfood, Contacto: info@fauquierfood.org
24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
El tercer sábado de cada mes, la coalición distribuye alimentos y otros artículos necesarios desde las 9:00 a.m. hasta las 10:30 a.m. (o hasta que se acaben) en la Iglesia Metodista Unida de Warrenton ubicada en 341 Church Street (detrás de Pizza Hut).

El Ejército de Salvación del Condado de Fauquier
540-341-3396
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
www.virginiasalvationarmy.org/warrentonva/
La oficina de servicios sociales del Ejército de Salvación, ubicada detrás de la tienda, está abierta de lunes a jueves de 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. La oficina de servicio social incluye una despensa de alimentos, becas para campamentos de verano, servicios de emergencia por desastre y asistencia de Navidad, ropa y juguetes. Además, Pathway of Hope, que es un programa de servicio social diseñado para ayudar a los clientes motivados a escapar de la pobreza de forma permanente. Para información, llame al 540-341-3396.

Fauquier FISH Dispense de Alimentos
540-347-FISH
http://fauquierfish.org, Contacto: foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
Dispensa de Alimentos: 24 Pelham Street, Warrenton
La Dispensa de Alimentos distribuye alimentos saludables. Las selecciones de menú incluyen nuestros exclusivos kits de comidas DASH, con todos los ingredientes necesarios y instrucciones para preparar comidas en el hogar. Las selecciones actuales incluye 8 comidas principales, 4 acompañantes y 3 almuerzos calientes. POP Bucks están disponibles para comprar en el Mercado de Agricultores de Warrenton. Visite nuestro sitio web para obtener información adicional. Horario: verano: martes y sábado de 9:30 a.m. a mediodía, jueves de 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.; Invierno: martes y sábados de 9:30 a.m. a mediodía, jueves de 4-6 p.m.

Iglesia Bautista Broad Run
540-347-1379
Broadrunchurch.org, Contacto: Office@Broadrunchurch.org
5143 Broad Run Church Road, New Baltimore
Ofrece asistencia alimentaria los martes de 11 am a 12 pm.

Iglesia Episcopal Grace
540-253-5177, ext. 101
6507 Main Street, The Plains
www.gracetheplains.org, Contacto: gracechurch@gracetheplains.org
La despensa de alimentos está abierta los domingos por la mañana de 8 am a mediodía. También puede acceder a la despensa de alimentos de lunes a viernes cuando la oficina de la iglesia está abierta: de lunes a viernes de 9 am a 5 pm.

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DEPARTAMENTO DE SERVICIOS SOCIALES DE FAUQUIER (DSS)

Departamento de Servicios Sociales de Fauquier
540-422-8400
Línea directa gratuita las 24 horas: 1-888-832-3858
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
https://www.fauquiercounty.gov/government/departments-h-z/social-services
320 Hospital Drive, Ste 11, Alice Jane Childs Building, Warrenton
La misión del Departamento de Servicios Sociales es ayudar a las personas a superar la adversidad para asegurar un futuro sólido para ellos, sus familias y comunidades. El propósito es ayudar a las familias a mantener o lograr la autosuficiencia, proteger a adultos y niños vulnerables al abuso y la negligencia, proporciona beneficios para satisfacer necesidades básicas y cooperar con otras organizaciones para promover el bienestar general de los ciudadanos del Condado de Fauquier. Los residentes del Condado de Fauquier ahora pueden solicitar beneficios de servicios sociales en línea. Visite https://commonhelp.virginia.gov/toapplyforservices. El Departamento de Servicios Sociales Administra los siguientes programas (y más):

Alivio General
AG es un programa de asistencia a corto plazo para ayudar con situaciones de emergencia específicas relacionadas con la vivienda y los servicios públicos. Este es un programa local y la solicitud debe realizarse en nuestra oficina local. Debe ser residente del condado de Fauquier y tener una necesidad de emergencia. Para criterios de elegibilidad adicionales, información del programa, pautas de ingresos y para solicitar una solicitud, llame al Departamento de Servicios Sociales del Condado de Fauquier al 540-422-8400.

Asistencia Temporal para Familias Necesitadas – (TANF)
TANF proporciona asistencia financiera temporal para familias elegibles con hijos menores, que tienen necesidades económicas y también cumplen con otros requisitos. Se requiere una entrevista. Los pagos de TANF dependen del tamaño de la familia; una familia puede calificar mientras recibe ingresos de otras fuentes. Es posible que se requiera que algunas personas que califican para TANF participen en VIEW, La Iniciativa de Virginia para la Educación y el Trabajo. Los participantes de VIEW pueden obtener otros ingresos además de sus benéficos de TANF, pero el ingreso total no puede exceder el nivel de pobreza federal para el tamaño de su familia. Para solicitar TANF vaya a https://commonhelp.virginia.gov o llame a la oficina de Fauquier.

Asistencia Energética
El Programa de Asistencia de Energía consta de los siguientes componentes: asistencia de combustible, que ayuda a los hogares elegibles a pagar los costos de calefacción; asistencia en caso de crisis que ayuda a hogares elegibles en situaciones de emergencia de calefacción; facturas de combustible y reparación/reemplazo de quipos de calefacción; asistencia de refrigeración que ayuda a los hogares elegibles con la compra o reparación de unidad de aire acondicionado, y con las facturas de electricidad. Para obtener más información y para presentar su solicitud, visite http://www.dss.virginia.gov/.

Beneficios – Medicaid
Medicaid tiene varios programas de asistencia médica que pagan visitas médicas para niños y ciertos adultos que no pueden pagar por los servicios necesarios. Personas elegibles incluyen niños, mujeres embarazadas, personas con discapacidades o personas mayores. Existen disposiciones especiales y varios tipos de cobertura para los cuales puede calificar según sus ingresos, tamaño de la familia y circunstancias. Las personas con enfermedades mentales pueden solicitar Medicaid a través de Rappahannock Rapidan Servicios Comunitarios al 540-825-3100. Para solicitar Medicaid, visite www.commonhelp.virginia.gov, llame al 855-242-8282 o comuníquese con su agencia local.

El Lugar de Trabajo – Centro de Recursos Para Buscar Empleo
540-422-8422
workplace320@gmail.com
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Warrenton
El Lugar de Trabajo está abierto de lunes a viernes de 10 a.m. a 3 p.m. y está disponible para todos los residentes del condado de Fauquier para ayudar en la búsqueda de empleo. El Lugar de Trabajo no es una agencia de empleo, pero motiva la búsqueda de empleo independiente con múltiples recursos a su disposición. Ofrecemos los siguientes servicios gratis: ofertas de trabajo directamente de los empleadores, varias páginas web y periódicos locales, asistencia para establecer nuevas cuentas de correo electrónico, computadoras y acceso al internet, fax y fotocopiadora. También ofrecemos asesoramiento de trabajo y preparación de currículum, pero se requiere cita. Para hacer cita llame al 540-422-8422.

Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria (SNAP)
El programa SNAP es administrado por el Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos y se opera a nivel local en Virginia. El programa está diseñado para ayudar a prevenir el hambre y la desnutrición asegurando una dieta mejor para los hogares de bajos ingresos. No está diseñado para satisfacer todas las necesidades alimenticias, solo para complementarlas. Para obtener más información y para presentar su solicitud, visite http://www.dss.virginia.gov/.

Medicaid: Familia y Niños; Envejecido, Ciego y Discapacitado (ABD; Cuidado a Largo Plazo (LTC)
Medicaid proporciona el pago de la atención médica y de salud para las personas que cumplen con los requisitos especificados de límites de ingresos. Todos los servicios médicos deben ser proporcionados por proveedores inscritos en Medicaid que facturen directamente al programa por sus servicios. En algunos casos, se requiere un pequeño copago. Para solicitar Medicaid, visite http://www.dss.virginia.gov/, llame al 855-635-4370 para obtener ayuda para completar una solicitud, o llame a la oficina de Fauquier.

Asistencia de Cuidado Infantil (CC)
El programa de Asistencia para el Cuidado Infantil proporciona fondos para mejorar la calidad, la asequibilidad y el suministro de cuidado infantil disponible para las familias de Virginia. Los servicios de cuidado infantil son servicios centrados en el niño y enfocados en la familia que apoyan los objetivos familiares de autosuficiencia económica y desarrollo del niño al proporcionar supervisión, protección y bienestar al niño mientras el padre participa en una actividad aprobada. Para obtener más información y para presentar su solicitud, visite http://www.dss.virginia.gov/family/cc/assistance.cgi.

Otros Servicios
Dominion EnergyShare
Dominion EnergyShare brinda asistencia de calefacción y refrigeración a familias elegibles. El Departamento de Servicios Sociales administra el programa para los residentes necesitados del Condado de Fauquier. Para obtener más información y completar una solicitud, visite los Servicios Sociales de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a.m. a 4:30 p.m. Debe cumplir con una pauta de ingresos, tener una entrevista cara a cara, recibir un aviso de corte de servicio de su compañía y llevar su factura de servicios públicos con usted. Hay dos estaciones: la temporada de enfriamiento, que se extiende desde el 1 de junio hasta el 31 de octubre, y la temporada de calefacción, que se extiende desde el 1 de noviembre hasta el 31 de mayo. Los fondos están disponibles por orden de llegada hasta que se agoten los fondos. Para obtener más información, llame al 540-422-8400.

Programa Contra la Violencia Domestica y Agresión Sexual del Condado de Fauquier
Línea directa gratuita las 24 horas: 540-422-8460
Vea la descripción completa del programa en la sección Violencia Doméstica y Abuso.

Servicios de Protección Para Adultos (APS)
Cualquier persona viviendo en el condado de Fauquier que tenga 60 años o más o está incapacitado y tenga 18 años o más puede recibir servicios de protección. Los servicios se brindan independientemente de los ingresos financieros de la persona. Los servicios de protección para adultos incluyen la investigación de informes recibidos y provisiona servicios de salud, sociales y legales para detener el maltrato. Si tiene preguntas sobre la situación de una persona mayor o un adulto con discapacidades, llame y hable con un trabajador social a 540-422-8400. También puede llamar la línea directa gratuita las 24 horas al día al 1-888-832-3858.

Servicios de Protección Infantil
Línea directa gratuita las 24 horas: 800-552-7096
El estatuto de Virginia exige que los departamentos de servicios sociales investiguen todos los informes de posible abuso o negligencia infantil y que organicen la protección de los niños cuando sea necesaria. El propósito de la intervención de los servicios de protección infantil es proteger a los niños, preservar a familias siempre que sea posible y prevenir más abusos y negligencias. Si tiene conocimiento de un posible abuso o negligencia infantil, llame a la línea directa de abuso infantil las 24 horas: 800-552-7096. Para obtener información sobre una situación o para reportar sospechas de abuso o negligencia, llame a la oficina de Fauquier al 540-422-8400 durante horas de oficina. Un niño maltratado o descuidado es cualquier niño menor de 18 años cuyo padre, o cualquier otra persona responsable del cuidado del niño, cause o amenace con causar una lesión física o mental (excepto por accidente), que no proporcione comida y ropa adecuadas, refugio, atención médica, que abandona al niño, que no proporciona el tipo de supervisión necesaria para la edad o el nivel de desarrollo del niño, o que comete o permite cometer cualquier acto sexual que involucre al niño.

Servicios Familiares y Servicios de Prevención de Orfanato
Los servicios familiares están diseñados para ayudar a los niños y las familias a resolver crisis, conectarse con los servicios necesarios, y permanecer seguros en sus propios hogares siempre que sea posible. El objetivo es prevenir o eliminar la necesidad de la colocación de niños fuera del hogar, promover la fortaleza y estabilidad de la familia, mejorar el funcionamiento de los padres y proteger a los niños. Llame al FCDSS y solicite la asistencia de un trabajador social de Servicios para Familias si usted, su familia o un amigo están experimentando dificultades. Llame al 540-422-8400.

Subvenciones Auxiliares
SA es un complemento de asistencia financiera para beneficiarios de Seguridad de Ingreso Suplementario (SSI) y otras personas mayores, ciegas o discapacitadas que viven en un Centro de Vivienda Asistida (ALF) con licencia o en un hogar de Cuidado Temporal para Adultos (AFC) aprobado por Servicios Sociales. Para obtener más información y cómo presentar una solicitud, visite el sitio web del Departamento de Servicios Sociales de Virginia en http://www.dss.virginia.gov/.

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EDUCACIÓN, EMPLEO Y CAPACITACIÓN LABORAL

Arc of North Central Virginia (Arc of NCV)
571-399-5390
http://www.arcofncv.org, info@arcofncv.org
P.O. Box 3186, Warrenton
The Arc of North Central Virginia es un capítulo local de la organización comunitaria más grande del mundo para personas con discapacidades intelectuales y del desarrollo. Nos comprometemos a apoyar a las personas con discapacidades intelectuales para que alcancen su máximo potencial a través de la creación de conciencia, aceptación y capacidad de apoyo de la comunidad, asegurando que sean valorados como compañeros de clase, compañeros de trabajo, vecinos, ciudadanos y amigos. Los servicios incluyen consultas con familias, organizar programas y eventos familiares, desarrollar recursos informativos locales y asociarse con organizaciones locales para crear conciencia y capacidad de apoyo.

Educación Para Adultos en la Región Piedmont (PRACEP)
540-718-8243
www.pracep.org
6368 Flat Run Road, Locust Grove
PRACEP atiende a cualquier adulto que tenga al menos 18 años de edad en los condados de Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange y Rappahannock. Ofrecemos clases de preparación para GED® y clases de inglés.

El Lugar de Trabajo – Centro de Recursos Para Buscar Empleo
540-422-8422
Contacto: workplace320@gmail.com
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 11, Warrenton
El Lugar de Trabajo está abierto de lunes a viernes de 10 a.m. a 3 p.m. y está disponible para todos los residentes del condado de Fauquier para ayudar en la búsqueda de empleo. El Lugar de Trabajo no es una agencia de empleo, pero motiva la búsqueda de empleo independiente con múltiples recursos a su disposición. Ofrecemos los siguientes servicios gratis: ofertas de trabajo directamente de los empleadores, varias páginas web y periódicos locales, asistencia para establecer nuevas cuentas de correo electrónico, computadoras y acceso al internet, fax y fotocopiadora. También ofrecemos asesoramiento de trabajo y preparación de currículum, pero se requiere cita. Para hacer cita llame al 540-422-8422.

Escuelas Públicas de Fauquier (Fauquier County Schools)
Información General
540-422-7000
www.fcps1.org
320 Hospital Drive, Warrenton

La Universidad Comunitaria Lord Fairfax (Lord Fairfax Community College)
www.lfcc.edu, Contacto: Michelle Cribbs, mcribbs@lfcc.edu
6480 College Street, Warrenton
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.

La Universidad Comunitaria Lord Fairfax Workforce Solutions
Desarrollo Profesional y Educación Continua
540-868-7021
www.lfccworkforce.com, Contacto: lfccworkforce@lfcc.edu
Ofrece programas de instrucción durante todo el año en múltiples ubicaciones, en línea o incluso en el sitio de su organización a través de capacitación corporativa. Los programas ofrecidos incluyen desarrollo comercial y profesional, computadoras y tecnología, salud y bienestar, construcción, industria, manufactura, transporte y mucho más. Entrenamiento profesional acelerado, asistencia financiera, entrenamiento profesional y entrevistas de trabajo garantizadas disponibles para algunos programas.

Programa Preescolar
(Fauquier Community Action Head Start Program)
540-347-7000
www.fcacheadstart.org, Contacto: pwashington@cwcap.org
430 East Shirley Avenue, Building C, Warrenton
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.

Virginia Career Works Piedmont Division/Culpeper Center
540-212-4570
https://vcwpiedmont.com, Contacto: smorton@vcwpiedmont.com
210 Stevens Street, Suite 200, Culpeper
VCW ofrece servicios para solicitantes de empleo, empleadores y jóvenes entre las edades de 16 y 24 años que necesitan asistencia con capacitación o para encontrar empleo. Horario: lunes de 8:30 a.m. a 4:30 p.m. Martes a viernes de 8:00 a.m. a 4:30 p.m.

Voluntarios de la Alfabetización de Fauquier (LVFC)
540-422-8465
http://www.lvfc.net/, Contacto: lvfc320@gmail.com
320 Hospital Drive, Suite 10, Warrenton
LVFC ofrece clases de educación básica para adultos (ABE) e inglés (ESL). Consulte nuestro sitio web para obtener más información sobre el registro.

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ROPA Y MUEBLES

Hábitat para la Humanidad de Fauquier ReStore
540-216-3447
https://www.fauquierhabitat.org, Contacto: Restore@FauquierHabitat.org
617 Frost Ave, Warrenton
Hábitat para la Humanidad de Fauquier ReStore es una tienda de artículos del hogar y un centro de donaciones sin fines de lucro que vende muebles, accesorios y materiales de construcción, y electrodomésticos nuevos a bajo precio. La tienda se enorgullece de ser operado por Hábitat para la Humanidad de Fauquier. Los ingresos se utilizan para construir viviendas y mejorar las comunidades a nivel local y en todo el mundo. Las donaciones a la tienda afectan la disponibilidad de ciertos artículos, y las existencias pueden cambiar diariamente. Horario: martes a jueves de 10 a.m. a 6 p.m.; sábado 10 a.m. a 4 p.m. Cerrado los domingos y lunes. Horario de donaciones: de martes a viernes de 10 a.m. a 5 p.m.; sábado 10 a.m. a 3 p.m.

Hope Heals Community Freestore
www.hopehealsfreestore.org, Contacto: hopehealsfreestore@gmail.com
606 Falmouth Street – Suite A
Nuestra misión en Hope Heals es proporcionar a nuestra comunidad ropa, zapatos, y ropa de cama gratis. Creemos que las personas son lo más importante y nos satisface proveer necesidades básicas con compasión, dignidad y aceptación incondicional.

La Arca de Noe
By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300
www.communitytouchinc.org, TyronneC@communitytouchinc.org
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
El Arca de Noé proporciona muebles caseros gratuitos para los menos privilegiados. Los artículos incluyen muebles, ropa, artículos para el hogar y electrodomésticos. Horario: lunes, miércoles, viernes 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.; sábado de 10 a.m. a 12 p.m.

La Tienda Familiar del Ejército de Salvación
540-341-8385
www.virginiasalvationarmy.org/warrentonva/
62 Waterloo Street, Warrenton
La Tienda Familiar del Ejército de Salvación vende ropa, artículos para el hogar y muebles a precios razonables. Las ganancias apoyan los programas locales. Aceptamos donaciones de ropa, artículos para el hogar, muebles, zapatos, carteras y artículos de cocina. También, recogemos muebles al domicilio, llame al 540-341-8385 para programar una cita. El horario de la tienda es de lunes a viernes, de 10 a.m. a 5 p.m. y sábados de 10 a.m. a 2 p.m. La oficina de Servicios Sociales del Ejército de Salvación, ubicada detrás de la tienda, está abierta los lunes y jueves de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.

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CLINICAS MEDICAS GRATUITAS

La Clínica Gratuita de Fauquier
540-347-0394
www.fauquierfreeclinic.org,info@fauquierfreeclinic.com
35 Rock Pointe Lane, Warrenton
Servicios Médicos
La clínica gratuita es como ir a pasar una consulta con un médico regular. Es un lugar al cual ir cuando tiene dolor de oído, dolor de muelas, diabetes, presión alta o gripe. Es el lugar al que debe ir cuando necesita una mamografía, análisis de laboratorio, pruebas de diagnóstico de la vacuna contra la gripe, medicamentos, referencia a un especialista o seguimiento de una visita al hospital o sala de emergencias. Si no podemos ayudarle, hacemos todo lo posible para encontrar a alguien que pueda hacerlo. Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame al 540-347-0394 y presione 1 para comunicarse con la recepción.

Servicios de Salud Mental
La Clínica Gratuita brinda apoyo integral de salud mental a nuestros pacientes.

Servicios Dentales
Si tiene seguro de salud, incluyendo Medicaid, Medicare o ambos, pero no tiene seguro dental, puede ser atendido en nuestra clínica dental siempre que cumpla con nuestro requisito de residencia y financieros. La clínica dental brinda atención preventiva y de emergencia que incluye exámenes completos, empastes, extracciones, radiografías y limpiezas. La cirugía oral y la asistencia en la obtención de dentaduras postizas se ofrecen de forma limitada. Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame al 540-347-0394 y presione 2 para comunicarse con la clínica dental.

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SERVICIOS DE CUIDADO URGENTE (URGENT CARE)

Fauquier Hospital – Servicios de Atención de Emergencia
540-316-5000
www.fauquierhealth.org
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Minute Clinic CVS
540-347-1621
www.cvs.com/minuteclinic
510 Blackwell Road, Warrenton
Piedmont Urgent Care
540-347-5200
www.piedmont-urgent-care.com
493 Blackwell Road, Suite 101B, Warrenton
GoWell Urgent Care (antes llamado Warrenton Urgent Care)
540-351-0662
https://www.gowellurgentcare.com/
75 W. Lee Highway, Warrenton

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SERVICIOS DE EMBARAZO

First Care Salud de la Mujer
firstcarewomen.com
8691 Stonewall Road, Manassas / 703-330-1300
13189 Centerpointe Way Woodbridge / 703-670-5322
Personal capacitado proporciona pruebas de embarazo gratuitas y completamente confidenciales; ultrasonido limitado (para clientes que califican); También proveemos educación cobre el aborto, la adopción y el embarazo.
Centro de Embarazo de Warrenton
540-779-0001 Text: 540-404-1760
Warrentonpregnancycenter.org,
Contacto: admin@warrentonpregnancycenter.org
400 Holiday Court, Suite 101, Warrenton
Sirviendo mujeres de Fauquier y los condados circundantes, independientemente de sus circunstancias. Estamos comprometidos a proporcionar un entorno seguro donde puede explorar todas sus opciones y tomar una decisión informada. Brindamos atención médica y asesoramiento: pruebas de embarazo, ultrasonido, vitaminas prenatales, referencias médicas y sociales, asistencia para la inscripción a Medicaid, suministros para maternidad y bebes.

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SERVICIOS DE HOSPITAL

Fauquier Health
540-316-5000
www.fauquierhealth.org, referral@fauquierhealth.org
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
El único hospital en el condado con una variedad de servicios médicos:
Centro de Maternidad
540-316-4000
Centro de Rehabilitación y Enfermería de Salud de Fauquier
540-316-5500
360 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Centro de Sueño – Para Estudiar Problemas de Sueño
540-316-2660
Warrenton Professional Building, 493 Blackwell Road, Warrenton
Centro para Bajar de Peso
540-316-2735
253 Veterans Drive, Suite 204, Warrenton
Corazon y Vascular
540-316-5990
402 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Departamento de Emergencias
540-316-4900
Educación y Apoyo Para el Autocontrol de la Diabetes
540-316-2640
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
El Centro de Curación de Heridas
540-316-HEAL (4325)
Warrenton Professional Building, 493 Blackwell Road, Warrenton
El Centro de Benestar
540-316-2640
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
Eventos Comunitarios y Educativos
540-316-2600
Imagenes Medicas
540-316-4500
Laboratorio y Patología
540-316-5600
Medicina Física y Rehabilitación
540-316-2680
253 Veterans Dr., Warrenton
7915 Lake Manassas Drive, Gainesville
Neurología
540-316-5940
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
Oportunidades para Voluntarios
540-316-2910
Ortopedia y Columna Vertebral
540-316-3588
Referencia a Médicos
540-316-DOCS (3627)
Rehabilitación Pulmonar
540-316-2650
419 Holiday Court, Warrenton
Salud para Mujeres
540-316-3588
Servicios de Cancer
540-316-4360
210 W. Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
Servicios de Cirugía
540-316-3700
The Care Boutique
540-316-4437
500 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
The Villa at Suffield Meadows – Vivienda Asistida para Ancianos
540-316-3800
6735 Suffield Lane, Warrenton
Virginiavilla.org

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SERVICIOS MÉDICOS

Departamento de Salud de Fauquier (Health Department)
540-347-6400
Rrhd.org, contacto: askrrhd@vdh.virginia.gov
330 Hospital Drive, Suite 101, Warrenton
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.

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SERViCIOS COMUNITARIOS DE RAPPAHANNOCK/RAPIDAN

RAPPAHANNOCK RAPIDAN COMMUNITY SERVICES (RRCS)
540-825-3100
www.rrcsb.org, Contacto: rrcsb@rrcsb.org
15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper
La misión de RRCS es mejorar la calidad de vida de los ciudadanos de los condados de Fauquier, Culpeper, Madison, Orange y Rappahannock brindado servicios integrales de salud, discapacidad del desarrollo, trastorno por uso de sustancias y envejecimiento. RRCS ofrece una amplia variedad de programas para los residentes de Fauquier de todas las edades, incluidos los servicios de transporte (a instalaciones de RRCS), servicios de transporte voluntario (para citas médicas y legales), comidas a domicilio, un programa de cuidado diurno para adultos, intervención temprana para bebes y niños pequeños, servicios para personas con discapacidades de desarrollo/intelectuales, servicios de salud del comportamiento para adolescentes y adultos, y servicios para el abuso de sustancias.
Los servicios están disponibles para los ciudadanos en cada uno de los condados atendidos por RRCS. Para obtener información general, comuníquese con las oficinas administrativas al 540-825-3100 y pida hablar con un coordinador de soporte para el servicio que necesita. Los siguientes son los servicios ofrecidos por RRCS.

Centro para Personas Mayores de Fauquier
540-347-7729
430 E. Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
El Centro ofrece comidas nutritivas y compañerismo para personas mayores elegibles de 60 años o más, así como programas educativos y de bienestar, socialización y recreación a través de muchas actividades interesantes y divertidas. Transporte de puerta a puerta puede estar disponible. El Centro está abierto de lunes a jueves de 10:00 a.m a 2:00 p.m.

Centro de salud para adultos de Warrenton
540-347-2797
www.rrcsb.org/senior-services
430 E. Shirley Avenue, Warrenton
El Centro ofrece un entorno seguro y acogedor para adultos que necesitan ayuda con las actividades diarias de salud y cuidado personal. Los participantes deben tener una necesidad identificada de servicios o estar en riesgo de colocación institucional (por ejemplo, hogar de ancianos). Abierto de lunes a viernes.

Servicios de Coordinador de Apoyo al Envejecimiento
540-825-3100, extension 3427
Los servicios de coordinación de soporte son el punto de entrada para todos los programas de soporte residencial y diurno de RRCS. Los coordinadores de apoyo ayudan a coordinar los servicios para satisfacer las necesidades médicas, psiquiátricas, sociales, nutricionales, educativas, vocacionales, laborales, de vivienda, transporte, recreativas, legales y de defensa. La Coordinación de Apoyo para Discapacidades intelectuales / del desarrollo brinda servicios a niños o adultos que tienen un diagnóstico de discapacidad de desarrollo antes de los 18 años. La Coordinación de apoyo de salud conductual brinda servicios a adultos mayores de 18 años que han sido diagnosticados con una enfermedad mental y necesitan apoyo para mantener la estabilidad en la comunidad y trabajar hacia la recuperación.

Programa de Asesoramiento y Asistencia Sobre Seguros de Virginia (VICAP)
540-825-3100, extension 3427
Miembros capacitados del personal educan, aconsejan y ayudan a los consumidores mayores en programas de beneficios médicos, seguro de atención a largo plazo y problemas o preguntas con Medicare y Medicaid. VICAP también ayuda al explicar e inscribir a las personas en los planes Medicare Parte D o Medicare Advantage.

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SERVICIOS CLINICOS

Conexión para Bebés y Niños Pequeños (ITC)
540-829-7480
itc@rrcsb.org
ITC brinda apoyo y servicios de intervención temprana a bebés y niños pequeños desde el nacimiento hasta los dos años que no se desarrollan como se esperaba o que tienen una condición médica que puede retrasar el desarrollo normal. Estos apoyos y servicios están disponibles para todos los niños elegibles y sus familias, independientemente de capacidad de pago de la familia. Para obtener más información sobre los servicios de intervención temprana, visite www.infantva.org.

Servicios de Prevención
434-825-8913
540-825-3100
https://www.rrcsb.org/prevention-services/,
Contacto: prevention@rrcsb.org
Los servicios de prevención promueven comportamientos saludables y estilos de vida para el desarrollo juvenil. El programa aborda los factores de protección y de riesgo, como los peligros de un trastorno por uso de sustancias o el suicidio de adolescentes y otros problemas de salud del comportamiento. Este programa proporciona capacitación en primeros auxilios de salud mental, así como también apoya a grupos comunitarios locales en programas de prevención.

Servicios Ambulatorios para la Salud Conductual
540-347-7620
www.rrcsb.org
340 Hospital Drive, Warrenton
Los servicios ambulatorios consisten de servicios diseñados para evaluar y tratar los efectos de los trastornos de salud conductual que afectan la capacidad de funcionamiento de una persona. Los servicios ambulatorios se ofrecen en nuestras clínicas de salud en Fauquier y Culpeper. La Clínica de Fauquier está abierta de lunes a viernes. Para una evaluación inicial, se proporciona acceso rápido de martes a viernes. Visite rrcsb.org y haga clic en Servicios.

Servicios de Coordinación de Apoyo de Salud Conductual para Niños
540-672-2990 ext. 108
www.rrcsb.org
ChildServices@rrcsb.org
Los servicios de coordinación de apoyo para niños (desde el nacimiento hasta los 18 años) ayudan a los niños y las familias a conocer y acceder a servicios para abordar las necesidades sociales, de desarrollo y de comportamiento. Estos servicios se centran en aumentar la participación del niño o joven en actividades familiares y comunitarias. Existen diferentes tipos de servicios de coordinación de soporte para abordar una variedad de necesidades.

Servicios de Crisis
540-825-5656
www.rrcsb.org
RRCS opera una línea directa de crisis que está disponible para los residentes de Fauquier las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana, los 365 días del año. Para las personas que sufren una emergencia de salud mental, llame al 540-825-5656.

Atención Coordinada para Adultos Jóvenes (YACC)
540-825-3100, extension 3469
Contacto: yacc@rrcsb.org
El programa brinda apoyo integral a adolescentes y adultos jóvenes (15-25) que experimentan un primer episodio de psicosis. Este programa ofrece un equipo de profesionales para ayudar a las personas a reducir los síntomas y aumentar la integración comunitaria. Los servicios integran un enfoque basado en la recuperación y centrado en la fuerza, con terapia de mejora cognitiva y apoyo. Con un enfoque de intervención temprana, los servicios se dirigen a personas que han experimentado síntomas por menos de dos años y brindan hasta dos años de apoyo. Seguro médico es aceptado. Visite rrcsb.org y haga clic en Servicios.

Servicios Ambulatorios para el Trastorno por uso de Sustancias
540-347-7620
Este servicio incluye terapia de mejora motivacional, psicoterapia individual, grupos educativos, terapia grupal y programas de detección de drogas. Los programas para adultos jóvenes (de 15 a 25 años) están disponibles en la Clínica de Culpeper y están abiertos a los residentes de Fauquier. Tratamiento asistido con medicamentos (MAT) se proporciona de forma ambulatoria a personas que participan en servicios de asesoramiento semanal en nuestras clínicas de Culpeper o Fauquier.

Coordinación de Apoyo al Trastorno por uso de Sustancias
540-347-7620
La coordinación de apoyo brinda apoyo a personas con problemas de trastorno por uso de sustancias. Los coordinadores ayudan a los clientes a satisfacer necesidades identificadas (por ejemplo, vivienda) trabajando en colaboración con múltiples proveedores de servicios dentro de la agencia y en la comunidad.

Boxwood Treatment Center – Servicios Residenciales y de Desintoxicación
540-547-2760
El programa residencial de tratamiento de alcohol y otras drogas de Boxwood incluye asesoramiento individual, familiar y grupal, películas educativas, conferencias y prevención de recaídas. Los grupos de Alcohólicos / Narcóticos Anónimos (AA o NA) se llevan a cabo diariamente. Los domingos se ofrecen programas familiares y visitas. El programa también proporciona grupos concurrentes para personas con problemas de salud del comportamiento y uso de sustancias. Boxwood Detox Services es una desintoxicación de alcohol y otras drogas con asistencia médica de seis camas para personas que no necesitan una desintoxicación hospitalaria. El programa de desintoxicación generalmente dura de cuatro a siete días e incluye monitoreo médico, medicamentos según corresponda y educación / grupos. La instalación de Boxwood se encuentra en Culpeper y sirve a los residentes del condado de Fauquier.

Peer2Peer Regional Warmline
833-626-1490
Peer2Peer Regional Warmline es un servicio telefónico gratuito administrado por el consumidor que brinda apoyo, referencias de recursos y experiencias compartidas de esperanza y recuperación. Una alternativa a una línea de crisis, Warmline está dirigida por personas con experiencia vivida con problemas de salud mental y abuso de sustancias. Todas las llamadas son confidenciales y no hay cargo para la persona que llama. Warmline está disponible los 7 días de la semana, las 24 horas del día, los 365 días del año. Operado por el Departamento de Servicios de Salud Mental y Discapacidad de Virginia, la Junta de Servicios Comunitarios del Noroeste, la Junta de Servicios Comunitarios del Área Rappahannock y los Servicios Comunitarios Rappahannock Rapidan.

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SERVICIOS DE APOYO COMUNITARIO

Servicios de Coordinación de Apoyo
540-825-3100
Los servicios de coordinación de soporte son el punto de entrada para todos los programas de soporte residencial y diurno de RRCS. Los coordinadores de apoyo ayudan a coordinar los servicios para satisfacer las necesidades médicas, psiquiátricas, sociales, nutricionales, educativas, vocacionales, laborales, de vivienda, transporte, recreativas, legales y de defensa. La Coordinación de Apoyo para Discapacidades intelectuales / del desarrollo brinda servicios a niños o adultos que tienen un diagnóstico de discapacidades del desarrollo antes de los 18 años. La Coordinación de apoyo de salud conductual brinda servicios a adultos mayores de 18 años que han sido diagnosticados con una enfermedad mental y necesitan apoyo para mantener la estabilidad en la comunidad y trabajar hacia la recuperación.

Coordinacion de Atencion/Transiciones de Atención
540-825-3100 ext. 3464
Este programa apoya a los miembros inscritos en el programa CCC Plus al proporcionar la coordinación del servicio de atención médica primaria y garantizar transiciones seguras y efectivas en todo el proceso de atención médica. Estos programas trabajan en colaboración con el cliente y su equipo interdisciplinario de atención médica y proporcionan información y orientación para mejorar las habilidades de autogestión, mejorar los resultados, reducir los reingresos hospitalarios y fomentar la utilización adecuada de servicios médicos y de salud.

Bridges Day Programa de Apoyo
540-829-7628
13523 Beverly Ford Road, Elkwood
Bridges ofrece servicios para adultos con discapacidades del desarrollo, incluidas las personas con discapacidad intelectual. Las actividades del programa se ofrecen en la ubicación del programa, junto con un fuerte énfasis en estar en la comunidad para construir y mantener conexiones y relaciones con la comunidad. Las oportunidades de apoyo y desarrollo de habilidades son individualizadas. Hay muchas oportunidades para que las personas mejoren sus habilidades relacionadas con las interacciones sociales, la comunicación, el cuidado personal, el presupuesto, el bienestar físico y mental y la seguridad, por nombrar algunos. El horario del programa suele ser de lunes a viernes, excluyendo algunos días festivos y días de servicio. Ofrecido por Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS).

Visions Clubhouse
540-825-3366
710 US Avenue, Culpeper
Visions Clubhouse ofrece un programa estructurado de servicios de rehabilitación psicosocial para adultos diagnosticados con una enfermedad mental grave. El enfoque de este programa es resaltar y promover las fortalezas y talentos de cada persona mientras se manejan sus trastornos de salud mental. Se hace hincapié en crear conexiones con la comunidad para las interacciones sociales, así como participar en el trabajo voluntario y buscar oportunidades de empleo.

Programas Residenciales
540-825-3100
Los programas residenciales trabajan con personas que han sido diagnosticadas con una enfermedad mental y / o discapacidad de desarrollo para promover la vida independiente y aumentar una amplia gama de habilidades. Un plan de soporte individualizado que detalla las actividades de desarrollo que son importantes para el individuo. Algunos ejemplos incluyen apoyo y desarrollo de habilidades relacionadas con interacciones sociales, manejo de medicamentos, tareas domésticas, apoyo de pares, conexiones comunitarias y bienestar físico y mental. Las horas y los tipos de soporte proporcionados se basan en las necesidades evaluadas del individuo.

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SERVICIOS LEGALES:

Centro de Resolución de Disputas de Piedmont (PDRC)
540-347-6650
www.PiedmontDisputeResolution.org, Contacto: pdrc@verizon.net
98 Alexandria Pike, Suite 53, Warrenton
Proporciona servicios de mediación para asuntos de custodia, visitas, manutención de niños, padres-adolescentes, arrendatario-inquilino, consumidor-comerciante, cuidado de ancianos, divorcio, educación, vecindario y negocios. Los mediadores no toman partido ni le dicen a la gente qué hacer. Son neutrales y ayudan a las personas a resolver problemas. Los mediadores del PDRC están certificados por la Corte Suprema de Virginia. PDRC también ofrece capacitación y talleres sobre resolución de conflictos, comunicaciones efectivas y negociaciones para niños, jóvenes y adultos. El Programa de Justicia Restaurativa del PDRC trabaja con víctimas de delitos y delincuentes, proporcionando un lugar seguro para reunirse cara a cara para hablar sobre el daño causado y reparar el daño.

Obras de Ayuda Legal (Legal Aid Works)
540-825-3131
www.legalaidworks.org, Contacto: LAWCulp@legalaidworks.org
1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2122, Culpeper
Para residentes de bajos ingresos que requieren asistencia legal en asuntos civiles. Los servicios son gratuitos y están disponibles para cualquier persona sin importar su estatus legal, y hay personal bilingüe disponible. Obras de Ayuda Legal normalmente abre de lunes a viernes, de 9:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m., y cierra solo en dos ocasiones: en días feriados y durante las reuniones de nuestro personal.

Servicios de EEUU para Ciudadanía y Inmigración
(US Citizenship & Immigration Services)
800-375-5283

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SERVICIOS PARA NIÑOS:

BrightCare Center
703-330-5836,
Contacto: info@brightcenter.org, www.brightcarecenter.org, www.facebook.com/brightcarecenter
7845 Ashton Avenue, Manassas
Programa para personas con necesidades especiales, programa después de la escuela y campamentos de verano para adultos mayores de 18 años. En BrightCare, nuestro objetivo es hacer que el día a día sea MÁS BRILLANTE al proporcionar acceso y oportunidades que promuevan el compromiso y fomenten la independencia de las personas con discapacidades de desarrollo. Sirviendo los condados de Fauquier y Prince William. Transporte proporcionado.

Club de Niños y Niñas de Fauquier Inc.
540-349-8890
www.bgcfauquier.org, Contacto: info@bgcfauquier.org
169 Keith Street, Warrenton
Un programa integral de desarrollo juvenil que atiende a niños de 5 a 18 años en tres ubicaciones durante el año escolar (casa club en la calle Keith en Warrenton y Cedar Lee Middle School). Programas de verano se ofrecen solamente en la Casa Club de Warrenton. Los resultados prioritarios son estilos de vida saludables, éxito profesional y académico, buen carácter y liderazgo. Estos resultados se logran a través de un programa de alta calidad que incluye tutoría, y actividades de aprendizaje. También ofrecemos servicios como: exploración de carreras, servicio comunitario, educación para la salud, capacitación en habilidades para la vida y más.

Guardería Cuidando a los Ángeles
540-439-1244
https://www.communitytouchinc.org, Contacto: feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
Cuidamos de tus angelitos y les enseñamos habilidades básicas para el futuro. Somos un lugar donde los niños aprenden, crecen y se divierten en un ambiente saludable, limpio y amoroso. Proporcionamos personal calificado que cuida a un grupo diverso de niños de todas las edades y antecedentes económicos con un aprecio por todas las razas y puntos de vista religiosos. Estamos comprometidos a proporcionar una experiencia educativa para cada niño.

Familias Saludables Fauquier and Rappahannock
540-948-3916 ext. 440
98 Alexandria Pike, Suite 43, Warrenton
Contacto: HFSupervisor@skylinecap.org
Familias Saludables está disponible para cualquier persona que esté esperando un hijo o que tenga un recién nacido y esté interesado en recibir información sobre la crianza de los hijos y los recursos de la comunidad. Familias Saludables se complace en ofrecer servicios gratuitos a los padres en los condados de Fauquier y Rappahannock.

Fauquier Community Child Care (FCCC) – Guarderia
540-347-6970
Fcccva.org, Contacto: general@fcccva.org
FCCC es un programa licenciado, sin fines de lucro, para el cuidado de niños en edad escolar, que ha brindado cuidado continuo, de alta calidad, accesible y seguro para niños en el condado de Fauquier desde 1991. El programa con sede en las escuelas primarias del condado, opera antes y después de la escuela durante el año escolar, y también ofrecen varios programas de campamento de verano. Con tarifas accesibles, la matrícula a bajo costo está disponible para familias elegibles según sus ingresos y también se aceptan pagos subsidiados.

Fauquier FISH Programa de Mochila y Útiles Escolares
540-347-FISH
http://fauquierfish.org, Contacto: bookbags@fauquierfish.org
Para niños necesitados que asisten a las escuelas públicas del condado de Fauquier. Registre a sus hijos para recibir una mochila nueva y útiles escolares según el grado de su hijo. Los formularios de inscripción están disponibles cada año a partir de mayo en el Departamento de Servicios Sociales, Fauquier Community Food Bank & Thrift Store y Fauquier FISH Dispensa de Alimentos. El formulario también está disponible para descargar desde nuestro sitio web.

Fauquier FISH Suministros Para Bebés
540-347-FISH
http://fauquierfish.org, Contacto: foodpantry@fauquierfish.org
24 PelhamStreet, Warrenton
Fauquier FISH almacena pañales y toallitas. Un suministro limitado de fórmula también está disponible. Traiga su envase de fórmula o etiqueta. Horario: verano, martes y sábado de 9:30 a.m. a mediodía, jueves de 6:30 p.m. a 7:30 p.m. Invierno, martes y sábados 9:30 am – mediodía, jueves 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

TOPSoccer
Coach John Schlenker
www.fcsc.org/TOPSoccer, Contacto: piedmontTOPsoccer@gmail.com
TOPSoccer es el programa oficial de fútbol juvenil para enriquecer las vidas de los niños con discapacidades de aprendizaje y / o físicas a través del fútbol. TOPSoccer ofrece una oportunidad para que los niños con necesidades especiales aprendan y se diviertan jugando fútbol mientras mejoran su autoestima, estado físico y habilidades de socialización. TOPSoccer es un programa gratuito; gracias al generoso apoyo del Fauquier County Soccer Club y la Virginia Soccer Association. Siempre estamos buscando voluntarios para apoyar a nuestros casi 100 atletas. Para obtener más información sobre TOPSoccer, envíenos un correo electrónico.

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TRANSPORTE

Amtrak
800-872-7245
www.amtrak.com
111 South Commerce Street, Culpeper
Amtrak ofrece servicio de tren para pasajeros en Manassas, que esta 20 millas norte de Warrenton, y 40 millas sur de Culpeper.

Care-A-Van
540-825-3100, ext. 3358
Los conductores voluntarios transportan a personas mayores e individuos con discapacidades a sus citas médicas o servicios legales.

Circuit Rider
540-825-2456
www.vatransit.org , Contacto: support@vatransit.org
Circuit Rider es un autobús que cubre el condado de Fauquier. El horario se repite cada hora. La primera carrera de autobús comienza a las 7:30 a.m. y la última carrera a las 4:30 p.m. La ruta comienza y termina en el lote de la parte trasera de la oficina de correo de Warrenton.

Servicio de Transporte de Demanda-Respuesta
540-825-2456
Contacto: support@vatransit.org
El Servicio De Demanda es un servicio de transporte abierto al público con reservación. Todos los autos y autobuses están equipados con acceso para discapacitados. Los viajes se pueden reservar con hasta dos semanas de anticipación, pero con un aviso mínimo de al menos 24 horas. Los pasajeros deben estar preparados para salir 20 minutos antes o después de la hora programada. Los pasajeros que no pueden viajar solos pueden traer un acompañante gratis. El horario de servicio es de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Centro de Llamadas del Sistema de Movilidad del Área de Foothills (FAMS)
540-829-5300
www.fams.org, Contacto: fams@rrregion.org
El centro de llamadas es la fuente de referencia de información de transporte de los condados de Culpeper, Madison, Orange, Fauquier y Rappahannock. El centro de llamadas 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. Horario: de lunes a viernes, de 8:30 a.m. a 4:30 p.m.

Greyhound Estación de Autobús Cerca de Fauquier
703-971-7598 o 540-373-2103
ifsr@greyhound.com
6770 Frontier Drive, Springfield
1400 Jefferson Davis Highway, Fredericksburg
Para tarifas y horarios: 800-231-2222 o en español 800-531-5332.

VolTran
540-829-5300
www.voltran.org, Contacto: voltranrides@gmail.com
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. El transporte puede extenderse a localidades afuera del condado, pero depende de la disponibilidad del conductor. Las solicitudes de viaje deben hacerse con al menos 5 días de anticipación. Los conductores voluntarios utilizan sus propios vehículos y establecen sus propios horarios; nuevo voluntarios siempre son bienvenidos.

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VIOLENCIA DOMÉSTICA Y ABUSO

Especialista en Recursos de Violencia Domestica
Oficina del Sheriff del condado de Fauquier
540-422-8656
www.fauquiercounty.gov, Contacto: michele.arft@fauquiercounty.gov
78 West Lee Street, Warrenton
Michele Arft ha sido especialista en recursos de violencia doméstica durante 22 años. Brinda defensa y apoyo a las víctimas de violencia doméstica y acoso. Brinda información y recursos disponibles para víctimas (refugio de emergencia, vivienda de transición, grupos de apoyo, asistencia legal, etc.) y maneja asuntos relacionados con las Órdenes de Protección donde las víctimas reciben asistencia para completar peticiones y acompañarlas a citas de corte. También ayuda con información legal general sobre el divorcio y la custodia de los hijos.

Programa Contra la Violencia Domestica y Agresión Sexual del Condado de Fauquier
Línea directa gratuita las 24 horas: 540-422-8460
La misión del programa es capacitar a las personas y mejorar la calidad de vida rompiendo el ciclo de la violencia doméstica. Los defensores colaboran junto con el sobreviviente para diseñar un plan de servicio individualizado. Servicios incluyen línea directa de ayuda, apoyo legal, intervención, albergue de emergencia, transporte y recursos comunitarios. Por favor llame a la línea directa para obtener más información.

Servicios a Familias Abusadas, Inc. (SAFE) 
Línea directa gratuita las 24 horas: 800-825-8876
Oficina: 540-825-8891
www.safejourneys.org, Contacto: info@safejourneys.org
501 E. Piedmont Street, Culpeper
Todos los servicios y asistencias de SAFE son gratuitos y confidenciales. SAFE brinda refugio, apoyo, y defensa a las víctimas y sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica. Servicios incluyen albergue, línea directa de ayuda, intervención de crisis, plan de seguridad, apoyo, servicios para niños, programas de educación sobre el abuso doméstico, acompañamiento a citas de corte, y servicios para la comunidad Hispana.

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Albergue Familiar de Fauquier
540-351-0130 o 540-341-0900
www.fauquierfamilyshelter.org
95 Keith Street, Warrenton
Este es el único refugio de emergencia en el condado de Fauquier, y puede alojar hasta 11 familias y 8 adultos solteros a la vez. Personal capacitado supervisa las operaciones las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana. Un administrador de casos ayuda a formular y facilitar los planes de los clientes para una vivienda estable. Los programas de apoyo incluyen: gestión de presupuestos, programas relacionados con el empleo, clases de nutrición, servicios de búsqueda de empleo, clases para padres, y programas para niños.

Foothills Housing Corporation
540-341-2805
47 Garrett Street #205, Warrenton
www.Foothillshousing.org, Contacto: jreid@fhcorp.org
Foothills Housing Corp. es una organización local sin fines de lucro comprometida a proporcionar viviendas seguras, decentes y asequibles. Contáctanos con respecto a The Oaks en Warrenton, que es un complejo de apartamentos para personas de la tercera edad que cuenta con 111 apartamentos alquilados a personas mayores de 55 años y con ingresos calificados. También poseemos, alquilamos y administramos 6 casas en The Plains, 8 casas en Bealeton y 36 casas unifamiliares en Fletcherville, a solo 3 millas al norte de Warrenton en la ruta 17. Todas nuestras comunidades se alquilan a precios asequibles. También financiamos reparaciones a propietarios de viviendas que, sí cumplen con nuestros requisitos de ingresos, pueden recibir fondos para reparaciones de emergencia a través de subvenciones y préstamos sin intereses.

Foothills Housing Network
540-724-6630
https://www.foothillshousing.org/Contacto: fhn@rrregion.org
Horario: lunes a viernes 9am-5pm
Nuestra misión es terminar con la falta de vivienda en nuestra comunidad. Brindamos información gratuita y referencias sobre asistencia de vivienda y recursos disponibles en los condados de Culpeper, Orange, Madison, Fauquier y Rappahannock. Para obtener información, llame a Central Entry al 540-724-6630.

Hope Warming Center of Fauquier
Rev. Tyrone Green, Pastor of Hearts Delight Baptist Church
202-351-1001
P.O. Box 75, Catlett
Facebook: @HopeWarmingCenterFauquier
El Centro de Calentamiento Hope de Fauquier se estableció para ofrecer refugio a aquellos que necesitan un lugar para pasar la noche cuando las temperaturas son de 30 grados o menos. Los servicios se ofrecen solo de noviembre a marzo, el Warming Center trabaja con DSS y el Departamento del Sheriff para ofrecer servicios a los ciudadanos identificados con esta necesidad particular. Los ciudadanos necesitados deben comunicarse con DSS o el Departamento del Sheriff cuando necesiten refugio para pasar la noche.

Programa de Intervención para Personas Sin Hogar de Culpeper
540-825-7434
https://www.culpeperhousingandshelterservices.com
602 S. Main Street, Culpeper
Este albergue solo acepta familias; no hombres solteros.

Programa de Intervención para Personas Sin Hogar de Prince William
703-792-7648
7987 Ashton Avenue, Suite 200, Manassas
www.pwcgov.org
El Programa de Intervención para Personas sin Hogar (HIP), a cargo del Departamento de Servicios Sociales del Condado de Prince William, ayuda con los pagos de alquiler, depósitos de seguridad y asistencia hipotecaria. Debe cumplir con los requisitos de ingresos, tener una crisis inevitable y demostrar autosuficiencia previa.
Programa de Soluciones para Personas Sin Hogar en Virginia

By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300
www.communitytouchinc.org, feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
Brinda servicios a familias sin hogar con alquiler, depósito de alquiler y administración de casos.

SAM’s Place Community Outreach Center
540-727-1055
www.ccrc-jobs.com/sams-place

Culpeper Career Resource Center
219 East Davis Street, Suite 300, Culpeper
Sam’s Place ofrece asistencia para una variedad de necesidades que incluyen, salud, transporte, alimentos, reparaciones de vivienda y una vía para solicitar ayuda financiera. También se ofrecen gafas, audífonos, ropa y cupones para muebles. Abierto de 8 a.m. a 12 del mediodía, de lunes a viernes. Por favor llame al 727-1055, ext. 409, para citas después de la 1 p.m.

Vivienda de Transición Victoria (VTH)
By Community Touch Inc.
540-439-9300 or 540-439-4917
https://www.communitytouchinc.org, feliciac@communitytouchinc.org
10499 Jericho Road, Bealeton
Vivienda de Transición Victoria ofrece viviendas de transición para personas sin hogar. VTH satisface las necesidades de las personas afectadas por la pobreza, pérdida de empleo, divorcio, y otras circunstancias imprevistas. Ofrecemos una oportunidad para que las personas sin hogar permanezcan en las instalaciones durante un año a un costo bajo. Beneficiaros están obligados a participar en un programa de ahorro y asistir a clases de tutoría financiera. Los residentes aprenden habilidades básicas de presupuesto, pagar impuestos atrasados y restaurar su crédito. Cada individuo tiene un trabajador de casos que los ayuda con los desafíos de la vida y obtener una vivienda permanente. Horario de oficina: lunes a viernes, de 10 a.m. a 5 p.m.

Vivienda de Transición de Vint Hill (VHTH)
540-347-7374
http://www.fauquierfamilyshelter.org
4383 Hunsberger Drive, Unit H, Warrenton
Nuestro programa de vivienda de transición es un programa intensivo de uno a dos años que ayuda a las familias en la transición de ser personas sin hogar a adquirir las habilidades necesarias para mantener una vida estable e independiente. La comunidad proporciona un entorno estructurado y seguro para la crianza de las familias, crecimiento y bienestar de los niños.

Windy Hill Foundation (WHF)
540-687-3402
www.windyhillfoundation.org, Windyhill@tmamgroup.com
300 Windy Hill Road, Middleburg
Windy Hill Foundation (WHF) proporciona viviendas asequibles seguras, accesibles y estables a individuos, niños y familias en The Plains y Marshall. Los requisitos de ingresos se aplican a todas las propiedades. En The Plains, WHF ofrece apartamentos de 2 y 3 habitaciones y una casa unifamiliar con alquileres entre $963 y $ 1,300 por mes. En Marshall, WHF ofrece 30 casas de 3 habitaciones con alquileres entre $944 y $1,250 por mes. El agua y la electricidad no están incluidos en el alquiler. WHF ofrece programas de servicios para residentes que incluyen actividades después de la escuela, actividades diarias para adultos mayores y adultos con discapacidades, noches de diversión familiar y programas de educación para adultos. Llame a Rosalie Hollenbaugh, Gerente de la Propiedad, al 540-687-3402 para obtener una solicitud o para más información.

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