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RESOURCE GUIDE

A complete resource guide designed to help residents identify and utilize the human services available in Culpeper County.


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A one-stop shop for volunteering: connecting volunteers to opportunities, and helping organizations find the volunteers they need.

540-680-4148 letsvolunteer.org

A free, confidential call center, connecting community members in need with area organizations or services that can help. Se habla Español.

855-495-LINK (5465) toll free communitylink@pathforyou.org

Offering education, technical assistance, tools, and resources to area nonprofits.

540-680-4149

PATHFORYOU.ORG/RESOURCE-CENTER


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Editorial and Advertising office: 70 Main St. #32 Warrenton, VA 20186 540-349-2951 General Inquiries/ Listings: culpeperresourceguide @gmail.com Culpeper County Resource Guide is published every other year and distributed to all its advertisers and selected dropoff locations. While reasonable care is taken with all material submitted to the Culpeper County Resource Guide, the publisher cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to any such material. While ensuring that all published information is accurate, the publisher cannot be held responsible for any mistakes or omissions. Reproduction in whole or part of any of the text, illustration or photograph is strictly forbidden. © 2022 Rappahannock Media Designed, produced and mailed in Warrenton, Virginia, United States of America Culpeper County Resource Guide c/o Culpeper Times 206 S. Main St. #301 Culpeper, VA 22701 www.healthyculpeper.com

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his is the fourth edition of the Culpeper County Resource Guide. This resource guide is a local collaboration between a network of service organizations and a community-minded publisher intended to keep the Culpeper community informed about programs, services, and resources available to all county residents facing a number of challenges such as housing, medical care, hunger, mental health services, substance abuse, dementia, and transportation. These are just some of the challenges that our community members face each day in Culpeper County. Using information collected and organized by Healthy Culpeper and its community partner members in 2021, Rappahannock Media has undertaken the editing, publishing and distribution of 6,000 free copies of the resource guide in Culpeper County. The 2022 edition has been updated and reviewed under the direction of Denise Walker, Program Manager for Healthy Culpeper along with the support of a Healthy Culpeper community partners team. The Culpeper County Resource Guide is also available online at HealthyCulpeper.com. This resource guide is intended for use by EVERYONE in Culpeper County. Healthy Culpeper’s mission is to build a network of support and resources for community members in need of assistance. We believe this resource guide is a tool to help make those needed connections. Alan Rasmussen Prevention Specialist RRCS

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CONTENTS Emergency Services................................................................................................ 6 Volunteer Fire/Rescue Organizations............................................................... 7 Addiction and Recovery......................................................................................... 7 Opiod Misuse and Prevention Programs......................................................... 7 Aging and Senior Services..................................................................................... 8 Dementia Support Groups for Caregivers....................................................... 9 Children’s Services.................................................................................................. 9 Child Care, Licensed......................................................................................... 10 Clothing and Furniture.........................................................................................10 Enrichment & Education Programs.....................................................................11 Counseling and Mental Health............................................................................14 Helplines and Hotlines.........................................................................................16 Culpeper Human Services...................................................................................17 Disability Services.................................................................................................19 Domestic Violence and Abuse............................................................................22 Employment and Job Training............................................................................22 Food and Nutrition................................................................................................23 Foundations and Nonprofit Support..................................................................24 Fuel and Utility Assistance...................................................................................24 Health & Wellness Therapy..................................................................................25 Mindfulness and Meditation Programs.......................................................... 25 Housing...................................................................................................................26 Senior Housing.................................................................................................. 26 Transitional and Emergency Housing............................................................. 27 Legal/Criminal Justice..........................................................................................27 Court Services................................................................................................... 28 Medical...................................................................................................................28 Dental................................................................................................................. 28 General............................................................................................................... 28 Hospice and Home Care.................................................................................. 30 Medicaid, Medicare Expansion, Medicare.................................................... 31 UVA Health System........................................................................................... 32 Specialized Medical Equipment..................................................................... 33 Vision and Hearing Care.................................................................................. 33 Money, Insurance, Taxes.......................................................................................34 Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services..................................................34 Support Groups.....................................................................................................36 Transportation........................................................................................................36 Veterans Services..................................................................................................38 En Español..............................................................................................................40 2022 CULPEPER RESOURCE GUIDE

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EMERGENCY SERVICES 2-1-1 Virginia Open for calls 24/7, 211virginia.org Human needs: Food banks, shelters, rent or utility assistance

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff Scott H. Jenkins 540-727-7520, Jail: 540-727-3434, Records: 540-727-3400 14023 Public Safety Court, Culpeper www.culpepersheriffsoffice.com

Support for seniors and those with disabilities: Adult day care, home meals, respite care, home healthcare

The mission of the Sheriff’s Office is to protect and serve the citizens of Culpeper County while maintaining professional standards and integrity in public service through patrols, investigations, crime prevention, and court security. Deputies conduct patrols throughout the county’s 389 square miles 24 hours a day. The administrative office and records center is open 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.

Support for youth and families: After-school programs, tutoring, mentorships, counseling, child care centers

Culpeper Police Department

Physical and mental health resources Work initiatives: Job training, English as a second language classes, GED preparation, financial and transportation assistance

Community volunteering: Mentorship opportunities, locations to donate food, clothing, furniture, computers, or other items Disaster support services: Up-to-date information on community and regional response, volunteer and donation coordination, crisis intervention, and human service coordination

American Red Cross 434-979-7143 or 1-800-RED-CROSS 1105 Rose Hill Dr, Charlottesville | www.redcross.org American Red Cross programs include Disaster Relief Services, Preparedness, Health and Safety training, Service to the Armed Forces, Blood Collections, and Volunteer Services. The Red Cross provides preparedness information before disaster strikes; shelters, feeds, and emotional support; and coordinates recovery assistance. It teaches CPR, first aid and water safety skills that save lives. The Red Cross supports military members, veterans and their families with emergency communications and other resources.

Christ In Action 21465 Business Ct., Elkwood, 22718 | 703-368-8286 CIA is a faith-based, non-profit disaster relief organization responding to large-scale disasters across the US, as well as smaller events in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Culpeper County Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management Emergency 540-727-7161 Fire and rescue services are provided by two organizational groups: the Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association (CCVFRA), and the Office of Emergency Services (OES) dedicated to providing fire protection, emergency medical services, and related life safety functions. They strive to reduce threats to life, safety, property and the environment of Culpeper County residents through education, prevention, and effective response to emergencies. They are also responsible for programs following a local disaster and maintains and operates an Emergency Operations Center.

Emergency – 911 | Non-Emergency 540-727-3430 740 Old Brandy Road, Culpeper www.culpeperva.gov/Public-Safety/Town-Police-Department

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) 800-621-3362

First Call for Help Crisis Situations (540) 229-3816 | 1835 Industry Drive, Culpeper, VA

Assistance with emergency disconnects, evictions, and crisis situations. Mon-Fri 8:00-4:30. After hours, leave a voicemail.

Foothills Housing Network 540-724-6630

To request homelessness support, prevention, and housing services in Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, or Rappahannock, please call.

Operation First Response, Inc 888-289-0280 | 20037 Dove Hill Road. Culpeper www.operationfirstresponse.org info@operationfirstresponse.org

The mission of Operation First Response, Inc (OFR) is to serve all branches of our nation’s Wounded Heroes/Disabled Veterans and their families with personal and financial needs. Services are provided from the onset of injuries or illness throughout their recovery period and journey from military life to the civilian world. Financial aid varies as each case is based on individual needs ranging from rent, utilities, vehicle payments, groceries, clothing, and travel expenses.

RRCS Crisis Services (Emergency Svc. & Crisis Intervention Team) 540-825-5656, option 7 | www.rrcsb.org

Culpeper County Public Safety Communication Center / E-911

Crisis services are available to any individual experiencing a crisis due to mental health or substance use issues. Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and are focused on helping individuals deal with their immediate crisis. Services are short-term and are often provided over the phone, within one of our clinics, or within one of our local hospital emergency departments. Services encompass crisis stabilization, crisis supervision, and crisis intervention.

540-727-7900 | wmartin@culpepercounty.gov Web.culpepercounty.gov 14022 Public Safety Ct, Culpeper

Rappahannock-Rapidan Medical Reserve Corps and Health District

Our mission as first responders is to consistently provide highquality call taking, dispatching, and communicating to our citizens and public safety responders that depend on its support. smart911.com is a free service that provides Emergency Responders with more information in the event of an emergency.

The Virginia Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a force of dedicated volunteers ready to support the community in the event of a public health emergency. Each of the 22 local MRC units across

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540-829-7350 | 640 Laurel Street, Culpeper RRMRC@vdh.virginia.gov


Virginia are composed of teams of medical and public health professionals who, along with interested community members, volunteer their skills, expertise, and time to support ongoing public health initiatives and assist during emergencies throughout Virginia. To learn more about the Medical Reserve Corps and fill out an application, please go to vamrc.org.

Virginia State Police Dispatch (24 hours) 15148 State Police Rd, Culpeper | 540-829-7766

VOLUNTEER FIRE/RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS

those who've lost a loved one to substance use. It covers the five county region of Culpeper, Fauquier, Orange, Madison, & Rappahannock.

Culpeper Treatment Services A Pinnacle Treatment Network | 540-547-3769 571 James Madison Highway, Ste D, Culpeper www.pinnacletreatment.com Methadone and Suboxone Treatment.

Empowering Families Program-Substance Abuse

Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department

Culpeper 540-829-6685 | Charlottesville 434-971-8454 www.empoweringfamiliesprogram.com

Culpeper County Volunteer Fire Department

Group therapy for substance abuse and anger management.

540-825-1555, 19601 Church Rd., Brandy Station 540-825-8777, 151-153 West Davis Street, Culpeper

Culpeper Volunteer Rescue Squad

540-825-2247, 1121 North Main St., P.O. Box 731, Culpeper

Little Fork Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company 540-937-7717, 6011 Rixeyville Road, Rixeyville

Rapidan Volunteer Fire Department

540-672-5744, 9729 Locust Dale Road, Rapidan

Reva Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company

540-547-3747, 8230 Birmingham Road, Culpeper

Richardsville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Co.

540-399-1890, 29361 Eley’s Ford Rd., Richardsville

Salem Volunteer Fire Department

540-825-9112, 13428 Scotts Mill Road, Culpeper

ADDICTION & RECOVERY Christ-Centered Addiction Restoration Services (CARS) (540) 445-1733 | info@herestores.com | www.HeRestores.com

Our mission is to bring restoration to lives destroyed by addiction. We currently meet the immediate needs of the community by providing weekly, local, 12-Step-recovery support groups known as RESTORE. Our vision is to bring long-term, faithbased recovery homes to this area and to provide nurturing and restorative environments for men and women, ages 20-40, who are struggling with risky, habitual, and debilitating behaviors surrounding the use of alcohol and drugs.

Come As You Are (CAYA) 540-219-5696 | PO Box 3457, Warrenton info@cayacoalition.org | www.cayacoalition.org

CAYA is a substance-abuse prevention coalition to help anyone affected by substance abuse. We connect people to helpful resources, available treatment, and support groups. We raise community awareness on substance abuse through local prevention programs in Fauquier, Culpeper, and the surrounding counties. Find us on Facebook: Piedmont CRUSH. CRUSH: Community Resources United to Stop Heroin. Run For Your Life 5K held the third Saturday in September at Verdun Adventure Bound. September18, 2021 RunSignUp.com

Culpeper Overdose Awareness Contact: Dee Fleming | deefleming11@yahoo.com www.culpeperoverdoseawareness.org

Culpeper Overdose Awareness provides information about local recovery support meetings, resources, and special events related to substance use and mental health as well as grief support for

National Counseling Group Substance Abuse Central Piedmont Region Office 540-825-0705 | 13230 Lovers Lane, Culpeper www.ncgcommunity.com NCG provides community-based mental health and substance abuse services to individuals and families throughout Virginia.

OPIOID MISUSE & PREVENTION PROGRAMS Piedmont Community Resources United to Stop Heroin (CRUSH) 540-727-0372 | lpeacock@culpeperhumanservices.org 1835 Industry Drive, P. O. Box 1355 Piedmont CRUSH is a group of regional community stakeholders who are concerned about the number of fatalities and ancillary issues related to abuse of heroin, opioids, and other substances. Piedmont CRUSH serves the counties of planning district nine, and our mission is to reach people before they use opioids/heroin and guide users to the help they need to live a healthy life.

Quit Now Virginia 1-800-QUITNOW (1-800-784-8669) | www.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.

RRCS Substance Use Services, Culpeper Behavioral Health 540-825-5656 | 650 Laurel Street, Culpeper | www.rrcsb.org Outpatient substance use disorder services are provided to individuals experiencing problems because of substance use. These strength-focused, recovery-oriented services evaluate and motivate individuals to begin and maintain the recovery process. Individually designed, the goal of these services is to empower individuals in their recovery through evidence-based approaches. Services are delivered in one of our two community clinics. Insurance is currently not accepted, and services are billed based on a flat fee.

Savida Health 540-827-4274, Savidahealth.com 767 Madison Road, Suite 107, Culpeper Opioid and alcohol addiction treatment.

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471 James Madison Highway, Suite 101-B, Culpeper

SDG is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals struggling with addiction. Learn the necessary skills to effectively transition to life of normalcy without the stigma and problems that surround the disease.

SpiritWorks-Warrenton 540-428-5415 | www.spiritworksfoundation.org chris@spiritworksfoundation.org

Our mission is to educate, equip, empower, and celebrate individuals, families, and communities on the journey from addiction to recovery.

Virginia Cooperative Extension/Opioids Ellen Chamberlain, Extension Project Coordinator 540-727-3435 x342 | emathis@vt.edu 101 S. West St., Culpeper

Rural Opioids Technical Assistance Through Virginia Cooperative Extension works with the community, youth, and families to provide prevention education regarding the use of opioids. Life skills curriculum training is provided to agencies and organizations directly involved with youth.

AGING & SENIOR SERVICES For a complete Resource Guide specific to older adults please contact AGING TOGETHER AT INFO@AGINGTOGETHER.ORG OR CALL 540-849-6504

AARP

Alzheimer’s Association Central & Western Virginia 800-272-3900 | alz.org | alzcwva@alz.org 355 Rio Road West, Suite 102, Charlottesville The Alzheimer’s Association provides education, care, and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and all other dementia. As the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research, the Association is committed to advancing vital research towards treatment methods, prevention, and ultimately a cure. The Association is the leading voice for Alzheimer’s disease advocacy, fighting for critical Alzheimer’s research and care initiatives at the state and federal level. We have offices in Charlottesville, Roanoke, and Lynchburg.

Assisted Living Locators 571-275-9890 | 540-400-0004 ethompson@assistedlivinglocators.com www.fredericksburg.assistedlivinglocators.com Assisted Living Locators provide a free, community-oriented referral and placement service that provides you freedom to access the best information and resources available. Without cost or obligation and with no contract to sign, you can depend on us to make finding an ideal private or community setting as simple and fast as possible. You don't need to do it alone. Call us and we will help.

At Home Your Way | Moms in Motion 800-417-0908 | info@athomeyourway.com See listing under Disabilities

1-888-687-2277 | www.aarp.org

Culpeper Senior Center

Adult Services and Adult Protective Services

Open to seniors 60 and older with priority given to those with the greatest nutritional, social, or economic needs, the senior center includes a daily hot lunch program and a chance to socialize and participate in a variety of recreational and educational activities. We are open Monday through Wednesday, and Friday, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. We are operated by Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services.

AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization for people age 50 and over. AARP is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all as we age through information, advocacy, and service. AARP also provides a wide range of unique benefits, special products, and services for our members, including the AARP website at aarp. org, “AARP The Magazine,” and the monthly “AARP Bulletin.”

540-727-0372

See Culpeper Human Services

Aging and Transportation Services 540-825-3100 | rrcsb@rrcsb.org | www.rrcsb.org

Aging and Transportation services provide a comprehensive array of services and supports for individuals/families including: Senior Centers, Home-Delivered Meals, Respite Care Services, Adult Day Care, Advocacy/Outreach/Care Coordination, the Voice Of Experience newsletter, Senior Medicare Patrol, Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program, Care-A-Van Program, Emergency Medical Alert Program, Fan Care, Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, RRCS Volunteer Program, and the Protective Money Management Program.

Aging Together 540-829-6405 | PO Box 367, Culpeper www.agingtogether.org | info@agingtogether.org

Aging Together connects people to resources to improve quality of life as we age. Our programs and partnerships exist due to hundreds of volunteers who demonstrate the motivation and passion that make our communities better for everyone. We serve Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock counties. The team meets every month via Zoom until further notice. Check out our website for the latest information.

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540-825-5778 | 710 U.S. Avenue, Culpeper

Overwhelmed How Can I Help, LLC 703-508-3056 | www.overwhelmedHowCaniHelp.com OverwhelmedHowCaniHelp@yahoo.com Specializing in senior moves. Certified Move Managers, licensed and insured. In home consultation at no charge. Are you or a loved one going through a transition? Are you in need of downsizing, liquidating an estate, decluttering, packing and unpacking? Are you asking yourself where the valuables are and what is valuable? View our short video @ vimeo. com/510274538

Protective Money Management Program Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services 540-825-3100 P.O. Box 1568/15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper

Reformation Lutheran Church Senior Adult Ministry 571-213-6070 | www.culpeperlutherans.org 601 Madison Rd., Culpeper Reformation Lutheran Church offers M.A.L O., Mature Adult Learning Opportunity. Meets monthly on the second Tuesday in the church building. A monthly speaker, an adult Bible study, and a catered lunch. Sign-up is required. Please contact the church office at 540-825-1376.


Virginia Department of Aging & Rehabilitative Services

mild to severe trauma or neglect, psychiatric disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders.

(804) 662-7000 | www.vadars.org

Child Services & Child Protective Services from DSS

Our mission is to improve the employment, quality of life, security, and independence of older Virginians, Virginians with disabilities, and their families.

See Culpeper Human Services

Warrenton Adult Day Healthcare Center

Child Support Call Center

540-347-2797 / Aging Support Coordinator 540-825-3100 430 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton

1-800-468-8894 toll-free | www.dss.virginia.gov/family/dcse/

Child Support Enforcement

Adult day care provides a safe, supportive environment for adults who need help with health and personal care activities (including those with dementia). Open Monday through Friday. Operated by Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services and serving five counties, including Culpeper.

800-468-8894 | 2211 Hydraulic Rd., Suite 200, Charlottesville

DEMENTIA SUPPORT GROUPS FOR CAREGIVERS Alzheimer’s Association Central and Western Virginia See listing under Aging and Senior Services

Culpeper Kids Dentistry 540-727-8200 | 18474 Crossroad Parkway Culpeper VA 22701 8:00 am - 5:30 pm Mon - Thurs. Accepts Medicaid.

Culpeper Parent Teacher Resource Center See full listing under Disabilities section.

Culpeper Police Department - Car Seat Installation and Safety Checks 540-727-3430

Memory Café (virtual)

Car seats may be available

bonnired@comcast.net | 540-547-4824

Families First

Email or call Bonnie Vermillion at the contact info above to register for a Zoom link. Meets second Wednesday of the month at 2:30 pm

Alzheimers Caregiver’s Support Group Virtual meetings on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, from 10 – 11:30 am. Contact Liesa Dodson at 540-2224263 to register.

CHILDREN’S SERVICES A Little Magic 540-547-3951 | www.alittlemagic.org See listing in Counseling and Mental Health

Blue Ridge Care Connection for Children 434-924-0222 | Toll Free 866-596-9367 205 Fontaine Ave, Suite 201, Charlottesville childrens.uvahealth.com/services/blue-ridge-care-connection The Care Connection for Children Program provides communitybased services and funds to support families with children with special healthcare needs. Our professional care coordinators help children and their families access medical and community-based services targeted to each child's individual needs.

CASA of Culpeper/People Inc. 540-317-1665 | bataylor@peopleinc.net

540-321-3071 | www.healthyfamiliesculpeper.org 1835 Industry Drive Culpeper

Office hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am - 4:30 pm. Provides services for expectant and new families with children (up to the age of five) to promote positive parent-child interactions, improve the child's health and development, and prevent child maltreatment. Healthy Families Culpeper operates three programs: Welcome Home Baby, Healthy Steps and Parenting Education Program for families in Culpeper County.

Hallmark Youthcare 800.966.4782 | admissions@hallmarksystems.com 12800 W Creek Parkway, Richmond, VA 23238 www.hallmarkyouthcare.org

Hallmark Youthcare is a safe 82-bed psychiatric residential treatment facility located outside of Richmond, Virginia in Goochland County. Hallmark Youthcare’s trauma-focused, nonviolent treatment promotes a therapeutic environment to address trauma of at-risk youth in a residential setting and promote the formation of healthy relationships. We value the importance of matching the client’s needs with the appropriate care. Hallmark promotes a culture that reflects the equalities of our organization, providing hope, recovery, and renewed direction for youth and families. Programs offered for youth ages 11-17: Assessment & Diagnostic, Males w/Sexually Acting Out Behaviors, Female Victims of Sex Trafficking, and Substance Abuse.

SeeLegal/Criminal Justice for full listing

Horse and Soul Counseling

Childhelp Alice C. Tyler Village

See Counseling and Mental Health

540-729-9464 Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline - 1-800-422-4453 23164 Dragoon Road, Lignum | www.childhelpvirginia.org The Alice C. Tyler Village of Childhelp is a private, nonprofit, psychiatric residential treatment facility located in Culpeper County. The Village provides a clinically sophisticated therapeutic program utilizing an interdisciplinary approach specializing in the treatment of children and adolescents with

540-220-1305 | admin@horseandsoulcounseling.com

RRCS Infant and Toddler Connection (ITC) 540-829-7480, Extension 105 314 N. West Street, Culpeper / P.O. Box 1568, Culpeper ITC@rrcsb.org | www.rrcsb.org

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on increasing the child’s participation in family and community activities. Anyone can make a referral to ITC, and more information is available at infantva.org.

Hazel River Kids Care

Smart Beginnings Rappahannock Area

Head Start

540-479-6944 | info@smartbeginningsra.org 4701 Market Street Suite C, Fredericksburg VA 22408 www.smartbeginningsra.org Smart Beginnings Rappahannock Area (SBRA) is a non-profit organization that supports the Birth to Five community. SBRA’s mission is to ensure children arrive at school healthy and prepared to succeed. SBRA is the fiscal agent for Virginia Quality in the North Central region. SBRA provides on-site training to family home child care providers, day cares, and preschools in Fredericksburg, Culpeper, Fauquier, Rappahannock, Stafford, Spotsylvania, Caroline, King George, Manassas Park, Manassas, and Prince William.

UVA Children’s

14383 Hazel River Church Rd., Culpeper | 540-973-6041 Hours: 7a-6p M-F, Ages: 1yr – 11yrs

540-829-2330 | 1401 Old Fredericksburg Road, Culpeper

Ages: Birth - 5 yrs Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 2: p.m.

Heritage Child Development Center 540-825-6420 | 120 Chestnut Drive, Culpeper Ages: 2 1/2 - 11 yrs Hours: 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Kid Central / Culpeper County Child Care 540-829-2124 | 1401 Old Fredericksburg Road, Culpeper

Ages infant - 5 yrs Hours: 6:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.; School Age - 5 13 yrs Hours: 6:30 a.m. until school begins and school dismissal until 6:30 p.m.; Evening Care Ages: 2 - 13 yrs Hours: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

(434) 243-5500 204 W Main St, Charlottesville, VA 22903

KinderCare Learning Center

Our nationally ranked children's hospital provides pediatric, primary, and specialty care to children throughout Virginia. We provide compassionate care in more than 30 specialties, with a dedicated pediatric emergency department, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), and consolidated outpatient clinics at our Battle Building in Charlottesville.

Hours: 6:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., M-F, Ages: 1 mo.-12 y, School Dist: Farmington

UVA Pediatrics Culpeper 540-825-5381 | After Hours: 704-512-2991 16244 Bennett Rd., Culpeper Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunset Lane location: Saturday: 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., by appointment only. UVA Pediatrics Culpeper sees patients ranging from newborns to young adults (up to 21). We're committed to developing close relationships with our patients and their families. Specialized services include allergy, cardiology, nephrology, urology. Virtual visits are also available; Call for more information.

Womens, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program Culpeper County Health Department 640 Laurel Street, Culpeper 540-317-4144 The WIC program provides supplemental food to financially eligible families with pregnant or postpartum individuals, infants, and/or children up to the age of five. An EBT is used to purchase nutritious foods from approved local grocery stores. This program also provides breastfeeding support, nutrition education, and referrals to other local services. Please call to schedule an appointment.

CHILD CARE CENTERS - LICENSED Culpeper Baptist CDC 540-825-9798 | dc@culpeperbaptist.org 318 S. West Street, Culpeper | www.culpepercdc.org Ages: 6 weeks - 12 yrs, Before and After School Program 5 yrs 12 yrs. Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Culpeper United Methodist Church Day Care 540-825-0764 | 1233 Oaklawn Dr., Culpeper Ages: 3 - 9 yrs Hours: 7:00-5:30 M-F

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540-825-6333 | 673 Sunset Lane, Culpeper

CLOTHING & FURNITURE Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop 540-825-7523 513 Meadowbrook Shopping Center, Culpeper

Closed on Sunday. Clothing from outerwear to shoes, casual to formal, from babies to adults. The Thrift Shop also carries housewares, books, toys, and furniture. Items are priced to suit even the tightest budget. All proceeds benefit UVA Culpeper Hospital. Donations can be dropped at the Thrift Shop during business hours or call to arrange a time. Please do not leave donations outside the building.

Full Circle Thrift - Culpeper Department of Social Services 540-727-8716 | 2308 Sperryville Pike, Culpeper fullcirclethrift.org

With the motto of “Culpeper Helping Culpeper”, Full Circle Thrift donates their net proceeds to help meet the emergency needs of the elderly, low income families and children in Culpeper County. Full Circle Thrift, through its partnership with Culpeper Human Services, is able to provide funding for assistance with transportation, home energy costs, prescriptions, companion services for the elderly, and much more.

Noah’s Ark Outreach/Community Touch, Inc. 540-439-9300 | 10499 Jerico Road, Bealeton www.communitytouchinc.org

Noah’s Ark Outreach accepts donated professional, business, outdoor, and children’s clothing for the underprivileged. It also accepts furniture, washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, and other household items that will assist the less fortunate. All donated goods are given free of charge through a voucher program to qualified low-income individuals who need assistance. Transitional housing for the homeless.

Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc. 540-829-8068 | 504 Culpeper Town Square, Culpeper www.fredgoodwill.org

Store hours: Mon - Sat 9 to 8 and Sun 10 to 6, Donations: Mon -


Sat 9 to 6 and Sun 10 to 4. Long-standing nonprofit chain with a range of pre-owned clothing, furniture, housewares, and more.

The Salvation Army Family Thrift Store, Donation Center and Social Services 62 Waterloo St., Warrenton, VA 20186

Social Services operates Monday and Thursday 9-5 and can be reached at 540.341.3396 Donation Center is open Monday through Saturday 10-4:30 and can be reached at 540.341.8385 Family Thrift Store is open Monday through Friday 9-5 and Saturday 9-4 and can be reached at 540.341.8385

COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT & EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Serving America’s Finest for 17 years with personal and financial needs.

Allegro Community School of the Arts 540-349-5088 | 39 Culpeper Street, Warrenton lachelle@allegrocsa.org | Registration@allegrocsa.org www.allegrocsa.org

Allegro is a nonprofit organization that offers private and group instruction to students of all ages in music, dance, and theater. Allegro’s Music Academy for the Blind and the music therapy program assist those with disabilities. 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. The new Thrive program offers music-based programs to adults 55 and over, including Dance for Parkinson’s Disease.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR PROGRAMS AND IMPACT PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE at OperationFirstResponse.org OR PLEASE CALL: 888-289-0280

Breathe Easy (540) 717-5130

American Heart Association First Aid and CPR/AED classes for Heart Saver and Basic Life Support classes. Local business with real-life experience as an EMT. Learn from experienced instructors. Blood Borne Pathogens and Stop Bleed classes also available. Please call Deb Birkett to schedule reasonably-priced classes.

Culpeper County Library 540-825-8691 | cclva@cclva.org 271 Southgate Shopping Center, Culpeper | www.cclva.org

Free to all residents of Culpeper, surrounding counties, and for those who own property or work in Culpeper County. Library cards provide access to digital resources for research and entertainment. Computers, printing and faxing for a fee are available. WIFI is available in the building and immediate parking lot. Our Local History Room is available for researchers. Storytime and other special events are available for children, teens, and adults.

Culpeper County Parks & Recreation Department 540-727-3412, ext. 4 or 5 | 131 N Main Street, Culpeper www.CulpeperRecreation.com Facebook: Culpeper County Parks & Recreation Parks@CulpeperCounty.gov

Arts/crafts, health and fitness, environmental education, horseback riding, guitar lessons, summer camps, sports, and events are available for all age groups. Special events include the Wicked Bottom 5K on the first Saturday of May, and the Culpeper Cycling Century on the first Saturday of October. The parks offer the community walking trails, playgrounds for ages 2 - 12, including an inclusive playground at the Culpeper Sports Complex, disc golf, sports fields, shelter & pavilion for rent, fishing, and more.

Guiding You Through the

MEDICARE MAZE We believe that personal attention comes first. We will work with you to answer all of your Medicare questions.

SHARON ACCARDO Senior Insurance Advisor and Community Educator

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Medicare Advantage Medicare Supplement Prescription Drug Plans Dual Special Needs Dental Vision & Hearing

Want to schedule a face to face meeting or talk over the phone?

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all. There are no deadlines to apply and no application fees for getting started. Learn more about us at germanna.edu.

540-445-5025 | 101 Duke St., Suite 119, Culpeper

Girls on the Run Piedmont

By appointment only. The Family Resource Center is a service of Culpeper County Public Schools (CCPS) which facilitates entry into Culpeper schools for students who speak a language other than English and provides resources to support parenting and partners with all families to support learning.

Culpeper Fiesta 540-729-9956 | www.culpeperfiesta.org The Culpeper Fiesta strives to provide a cultural bridge between the wonderful diversity in the Culpeper community through an evening of education, music, dance, friendship, and great food. This free celebration takes place during Hispanic Heritage Month each year. The event will not be held in 2021.

Culpeper Law Explorer Program

540-296-4687 | PO BOX 245, Warrenton www.gotrpiedmont.org | kathybutler@girlsontherun.org Girls on the Run (GOTR) allows 3rd - 5th grade girls to 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 new program for middle school girls (6th - 8th grade). It 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.

Minority and Veteran Farmers of the Piedmont 915-408-8136 | www.mvfpva.org

Offers young adults ages 14 – 20 an opportunity to become familiar with local law enforcement by working with veteran police. The Explorers experience assignments like patrol, traffic direction, investigations, K9 Operations community relations, and assisting with major events within town.

MVFP is a grassroots organization that was established to develop educational and experiential learning opportunities on sustainable and scalable agricultural practices through hands-on instruction. MVFP was established July 2019 to develop educational handson, experiential learning opportunities as well as promote training, mentoring, outreach, and coaching programs for all minorities, veterans, farmers, rural and urban youth.

Culpeper Literacy Council

NAACP Culpeper #7058

540-727-3430 | 740 Old Brandy Road, Culpeper

540-825-5804 | admin@culpeperliteracy.org 415 S. Main Street, Suite 204 Culpeper www. culpeperliteracy.org | Facebook: Culpeper Literacy Provides basic literacy classes free of charge for adults (18 and older) in the community during the day and evening: English as a second language, Adult Basic Education in Reading and Math, preparation for the U.S. Citizenship test, and self-paced online English classes. Companies can sponsor employees in the online program to learn English on their home computer or cell phone. Staff and tutors work with each adult learner to achieve their goals.

Culpeper Youth, Inc. culpeper.youth.inc@gmail.com Culpeper Youth is a 501c3 Non Profit organization, a County Board of Supervisors initiative, that provides opportunities for Culpeper teens to work and collaborate with local government and community leaders throughout the year and take part in volunteer opportunities. Culpeper Youth’s Board of Mentors include the following local leaders: Adriana Bustamante (Board President), educator, local volunteer and film/theatre actress; Gary Deal (founder), Board of Supervisors Chair; Christina Burnett, School Board Member; David Shang, CCPS Middle School Science teacher and local volunteer; Brandon Miles, local business owner. To find out more, follow us on Facebook @CulpeperYouth

Germanna Community College (540) 891-3000 | P.O. Box 1430, Locust Grove, VA 22508 www.germanna.edu Germanna is proud to serve Culpeper County through career and technical training programs for adults, college and university transfer degrees, dual enrollment opportunities for high school students, and business solutions for local employers. In addition, our dedicated career coach at Culpeper County and Eastern View High Schools helps prepare students for their postsecondary education based on their individual goals. Classes and programs are fully accredited, second-to-none in quality, and offered throughout the year. And we’re truly open to

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240-461-1612 | https://naacpculpeper.org The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racebased discrimination.

Options Program 540-829-2129 | 13033 James Madison Highway, Culpeper www. Culpepercounty.gov — Government — OPTIONS Options serves youth (ages 11-17) who have been involved in risky behaviors at home, in the community, in school, with the legal system, or with the use of illicit substances. A risk needs assessment is completed to help determine the needs of the youth. OPTIONS offers evidence programs designed to teach youth skills to help reduce their involvement in risky behaviors. Services are offered at no charge to residents of Culpeper County. Let us HELP.

The Parenting Cooperative Program 540-522-6112 | P.O. Box 1321, Madison parentingcooperative@gmail.com Six two-hour group-sessions offered monthly during weekday evenings for parents, grandparents & caregivers. Researchbased curriculum with techniques proven effective to stimulate healthy growth & development in children/youth. This program encourages greater cooperation and effective communication to strengthen parent-child relationships, increase protective factors for children/youth, and prevent risky behaviors. Class Location: Reformation Lutheran Church, Culpeper

Piedmont Area Soapbox Derby 540-272-1848 | PO Box 82, Brandy Station, 22714 www.soapboxderby.org The Soap Box Derby® is an international nonprofit organization whose mission is to build knowledge and character for ages 13 to 21 and to create meaningful experiences through collaboration and fair and honest competition.


Piedmont Regional Adult and Career Education Programs (PRACEP) 540-718-8243 Main Office: Locust Grove, VA. Satellite offices in Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock Counties www.pracep.org | info@pracep.org

Office hours: Monday-Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. PRACEP is a regional adult education program providing instruction for adults in need of a GED® credential or help with English language skills. We offer GED® classes and Testing, ELL (English Language Learner) Classes, Distance Education, and Soft Skills Training. All classes are available free of charge. There is a fee to take the GED® test. However, qualifying individuals may be eligible for vouchers covering the cost of the test.

Pilinut Press, Inc. pilinutpress.com

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

The Salvation Army Social Services and Center for Worship 133 E Culpeper St., Culpeper | 540.317.5873

The Salvation Army is ranked as one of the most trusted institutions in the U.S., meeting spiritual, physical, financial, and social needs of 30 million people every year. Our mission is to preach the gospel and to meet human needs without discrimination. We offer utilities assistance, food and commodities pantry, summer camps, emergency disaster services, and an angel tree.

Silver Citizens’ Club

2016 • 2017 • 2018 • 2020 • 2021

Located In Walmart Super Center

540-727-3412, extension 4 or 5 | 131 N. Main St., Culpeper www.CulpeperRecreation.com | Parks@CulpeperCounty.gov The Club is for those 55 years or better and meets weekly on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Culpeper County Library. Members ($10 Culpeper County residents $15 nonCulpeper County Resident) enjoy a guest speaker program that includes all sectors of life from healthcare to musicians. Each meeting has a potluck lunch followed by a card game. The club also volunteers in the community, actively supports fellow senior citizens, and will occasionally take car-pooled local trips not included in membership fee.

Theatrical Arts 540-445-0315 | theatricalartsc@gmail.com

Theatrical Arts is an artistic organization based in Culpeper. Working towards becoming a non-profit, it was founded by Adriana Bustamante in the hopes of providing education and performance opportunities for youth in acting, singing, choreography, and the visual arts. Recently, Theatrical Arts has been recognized in local and state events, as well as live television in FOX5 DC, and CBS 6 News. To find out more details about upcoming events, volunteering opportunities, and donations, you can follow us on Facebook @TheatricalArtsC and contact Adriana Bustamante.

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Verdun Adventure Bound 540-937-4920 | www.verdunadventurebound.org 17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville

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available year-round for reservation by a variety of groups.The Anne Marie Sheridan Amphitheatre is an outdoor venue perfect for live performances for children and adults, ceremonies, and services.

Virginia Cooperative Extension Programs 540-727-3435 | 101 S. West St., Culpeper

The Culpeper County office of Virginia Cooperative Extension is your local connection to Virginia’s land grant universities, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University. Programs are offered in the areas of: food safety, nutrition (see FNP under Food and Nutrition Section), agriculture, natural resources, gardening, horticulture, parenting, and food preservation. The 4-H youth development program is also offered through this office. There are volunteer opportunities with the 4-H program and Master Gardeners.

Virginia Small Farm Resource Center/VCE Leonel Castillo, 804-524-3292 or 804-731-0230 lcastillo@vsu.edu

Where Virginia’s small and beginning farmers and ranchers access comprehensive resources to help make their farm businesses profitable and sustainable.

Windmore Foundation for the Arts 540-825-2890 | P. O. Box 38, Culpeper www.windmorefoundation.org | info@windmorefoundation.org

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. We accept Medicaid.

Central Virginia Health Services (CVHS) A community-based, non-profit organization that provides high quality primary health care to anyone who needs it. Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high-quality and culturally-sensitive care to the people we serve. Includes medical services, dental services, behavioral health services, pharmacy services, and more. Visit cvhsinc.org for additional information.

CVHS - Louisa 540-967-9401 115 Jefferson Hwy, Suite 9, Louisa Virginia 23093 CVHS - Charlottesville 434-227-5624 901 Preston Avenue, Ste. 301, Charlottesville VA 22903 CVHS - Fredericksburg 540-735-0560 1965 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Fredericksburg Virginia 22401

Our goal is to provide visual, literary, and performing arts through awareness, participation, and education. Windmore is a 501c 3 nonprofit organization promoting the arts in the Northern Piedmont area. Windmore supports, presents, and provides education in many disciplines of the Arts including: theater, music, dance, literature, visual arts, and arts education. Windmore's aims to maintain the diversity of the arts presented and increase the participation of people from all ethnic and economic backgrounds of Windmore.

Culpeper County Christian Ministerial Association

YoungLives Culpeper | Young Life Culpeper

Empowering Families Program-Therapy

540-729-9276 See listing under Support Groups

COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH A Little Magic 540-547-3951 | www.alittlemagic.org

Pastor Habacuc Diaz Lopez, President Habacuc.Diaz@bgav.org The Culpeper County Christian Ministerial Association is composed of clergy and persons who meet the spiritual and physical needs of persons in Culpeper. Further information can be found on the Facebook page at Culpeper County Christian Ministerial Association.

540-829-6685 206 S East Street, Culpeper Therapy for individuals, couples and families.

FAHASS HIV/AIDS Support Services 540-907-4555 | fahass.org | jorge@fahass.org

A Little Magic is a miniature horse therapy group. Our volunteer handlers with their trained miniature horses provide animal assisted therapy activities for children, teens, and adults. We visit nursing homes, rehabs, hospitals and senior centers. We also work with special needs classes at local schools and camps. Please visit our website for more information, to schedule a visit, or to volunteer with us. We are part of Love a Little Horses, a 501(c)3 charity registered in Virginia.

See full listing under Medical/General

Childhelp Alice C. Tyler Village

Please see full listing under Children’s Services

540-399-5073

See full listing under Children’s Services

Chrysalis Counseling Centers, Inc. 540-727-0770 | 605 N. Main Street, Culpeper www.chrysaliscenters.com

Chrysalis Counseling Centers provide clinical services in Culpeper, Madison, and Warrenton. We utilize specialized therapies and treatment modalities to meet the challenges individuals experience in their lives. Composing highly-qualified mental health professionals with extensive expertise in providing clinical services, we help create more fulfilling lives for children,

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Family Focus Counseling Services 540-829-9666 767 Madison Road, Suites 112-114, Culpeper Individual, marital, and family counseling

Hallmark Youthcare 800-966-4782

Health Connect America 540-399-9970 | www.HealthConnectAmerica.com 1300 Sunset Lane Suite 3120 Culpeper Health Connect America provides mental and behavioral health services to children, families, and adults. Our network of direct care professionals is readily available to meet the needs of our clients.The services can come in the form of one-on-one or family counseling, case management, autism services, or medication management for children, adults, and families. These services promote personal growth, develop healthy coping skills, and preserve and repair relationships and support systems.


Hope Water Wellness, LLC

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Piedmont Support Groups

Amanda Findley, MSW, LCSW, Owner 540-445-1820 | hopewaterwellness@gmail.com www.hopewaterwellness.com

Hope Water Wellness offers individual, group, and family counseling in support of women, children, adolescents, and families. Through partnering with other community resources and disciplines Hope Water works to bring about sustained transformation, empowerment, and resilience.

540-347-9104 | weigelww@yahoo.com namipiedmontva.org Meetings: 1st Wednesday of each month 7:00-9:00 pm at Fauquier Hospital

Connections For individuals living with a mental health challenge. First Wed. of each month after the 7:00 p.m. Meeting (See above)

Horse and Soul Counseling 540-220-1305 | admin@horseandsoulcounseling.com 27195 Old Office Road, Culpeper

H&S Counseling is an animal-assisted, psychotherapeutic agency that provides mental health counseling. We work with at-risk youth & their families to increase mental health. We incorporate horses in sessions and/or enjoy the horses from a window while engaging in traditional talk therapy services. We accept an array of health insurances, offer letters for your pets to become emotional support animals, and will coordinate with community resources to serve you and your family's needs.

Jane C. Probst, MSW, LCSW, Trauma Therapist 540-827-7395. F - 540-518-9102 114 N. West Street, Culpeper, Jcprobstmsw@gmail.com | www.Jcpchildandfamily.com

Luckinbill Counseling, PLLC Anne Luckinbill, Licensed Professional Counselor (540) 422-0709 | www.luckinbillcounseling.com 317 S. West St., Culpeper

Providing mental health therapy to children, teens, adults, couples, and families. Most insurances and Medicaid are accepted.

Third Mon. of each month 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Fauquier Hospital (Sycamore-B) | Second and fourth Monday of each month 6:308:30 p.m./ Online

NAMI Family Support For family members and close friends of individuals living with a mental illness. | First Wed. of each month - after 7:00 p.m. Meeting (See above) Third Mon. of each month 6:30-8:30 p.m. Fauquier Hospital (Sycamore-A) | Second and fourth Tuesday of each month 6:308:30 p.m./ Online | ***All support groups are presently being held online due to pandemic restrictions. Please check our website for any upcoming changes.***

National Counseling Group See listing under Addiction and Recovery

New Hope Treatment Centers 800-776-6482 | nrs@newhopetreatment.com We offer specialized residential services for male and female adolescents ages 12 to 21. Through six distinct programs, we provide adolescents and their families treatment for a variety of

OUR MISSION RRCS’ mission is to improve the quality of life in Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock Counties by providing comprehensive behavioral health, developmental disability, substance use disorder, and aging services.

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HELPLINES & HOTLINES Adult Protection Services Hotline: 888-832-3858 Alcoholism: National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence: 800-622-2255 Alzheimer’s Association Helpline: 800-272-3900 American Heart Association: 800-242-8721 American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc.: 434-973-6122

American Cancer Society: 800-227-2345 Autism Society: 1-800-3-autism Brain Injury Association of America: 1-800-444-6443 Center for Disease Control: 800-232-4636 Child Protection Hotline: 800-552-7096 Down Syndrome Association of Northern VA (DSANV): 703-621-7129 LGBT National Hotline 1-888-843-4564

challenges, including mood disorders, substance abuse issues, behavioral disorders, and offensive sexual behavior. Programs are designed to treat both normal functioning and intellectually and/ or developmentally disabled populations. New Hope Treatment Centers is located in Rock Hill, SC and is a Medicaid provider.

Postpartum Support Virginia 703-829-7152 | info@postpartumva.org www.postpartumva.org PSVa  serves those experiencing Perinatal  Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs). PSVa’s  mission  is to  raise awareness of, and encourage screening for,  Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) within the healthcare community,  as well as  to  provide  social support and other recovery resources to moms and families. PSVa provides: Free  support to those experiencing a PMAD (warm line, support groups, peer mentors); A referral list of mental health providers trained to treat PMADs; Education to maternal and child healthcare providers, mental health professionals, home visitors, and others about PMADs and the path to recovery.  

Paul Stefan Foundation 540-854-2300 | P.O. Box 754, Locust Grove, VA www.paulstefanhome.org | rjames@paulstefanhome.org

800-843-5678

Regional Maternity Housing and Educational Center houses up to 20 women and their children. During that time, they will receive professional counseling on Healthy Family support, Day Care for their children, Early Head Start, along with parenting classes. They offer women time to gain their degree or vocational training for college courses, PCA, CNA, culinary arts and cosmetology.

Narcotics Anonymous: 800-777-1515

Rafala Professional Counseling Services

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 866-331-9474

540-829-0036 | 206 S. Main Street, Ste. 202, Culpeper

or Text “loveis” to 22522

National Runaway Hotline: 800-786-2929

RRCS Mental Health Services, Culpeper Behavioral Health

National Hopeline Network: Suicide & Crisis Hotline:

540-825-5656 | 650 Laurel Street, Culpeper | www.rrcsb.org

Mental Health America of VA Warm Line: 866-400-6428

Mental Health Help Line (NAMI): 800-950-6264 National Center for Missing & Exploited Children:

800-442-HOPE

National Sexual Abuse Hotline: 1-800-656-4673 Office of Civil Rights: (804)786-2071 Parkinson’s Foundation: 1-800-473-4636 Peer to Peer 24 hour Warmline: 833-626-1490 Poison Control Center: 800-222-1222 Prevent Child Abuse Virginia: 804-359-6166 Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services 24 Hour Crisis Hotline: 540-825-5656 Services to Abused Families, Inc. 24 Hour Hotline: 800-825-8876

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Hotline: 800-662-HELP

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK

Outpatient mental health services are provided to individuals who are experiencing mental illness symptoms and those with a co-occurring disorder. These strength-focused, recovery-oriented services evaluate and treat mental illness symptoms that impair the ability to function. The goal of these services is to empower individuals in their recovery through short-term, evidence-based approaches. Services are delivered in one of our two community clinics. Insurance is accepted, and individuals without insurance pay through a sliding fee scale.

RRCS Young Adult Coordinated Care (YACC) 540-825-3100, extension 3153 | www.rrcsb.org YACC is an evidenced-based program centered around the Coordinated Specialty Care Model of service for adolescents and young adults (age 15-25) who are experiencing psychosis for the first time. Individuals in the program will receive support from a team of professionals. The support will focus on reduction of symptoms and community integration.

Terrorism Hotline: 866-488-8554

Virginia Veteran and Family Support

ThriVe Women’s Healthcare of Central Virginia (formerly The Pregnancy Centers of Central VA):

See Veterans Services

Text or call 540-727-0400

Warrenton Women’s Counseling Center

Veteran Crisis Line: 800-273-8255 (press 1) or text 838255

540-316-6362 | 92 Main Street, Suite 202 www.warrentonwomenscounselingcenter.com

Virginia Disease Prevention - STDs, HIV/AIDS, & Viral Hepatitis: 800-533-4148

Counseling for girls and women struggling with feelings of anxiety, depression and feelings of not being good enough. Offer Teletherapy and Outdoor Counseling.

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CULPEPER HUMAN SERVICES 540-727-0372 | www.culpeperhumanservices.org 1835 Industry Drive, P.O. Box 1355, Culpeper

Adoption Services Helps children who have been permanently and legally separated from their birth parents become permanent members of a new family. If a foster care child cannot be returned to his or her parents or placed with relatives, the goal becomes adoption. Adoption is a social and legal process. For more information see: DSS.virginia.gov

Adult Protective Services (APS) Investigates reports of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of adults over 60 years of age and incapacitated adults over 18 years of age. The goal of APS is to protect a vulnerable adult’s life, health, and property without a loss of independence. APS attempts to provide assistance with the least disruption of lifestyle and with full due process, protection, and restoration of the person’s liberty in the shortest possible period of time. Partnerships are integral to prevention and to maximize risk reduction and independence. For more information see: DSS.virginia.gov

Adult Services A program that enables adults to remain in the least restrictive setting and function independently. This program provides longterm care, preventive services, nursing and adult home screening and placement services, guardianship oversight and adult protective services.

Auxiliary Grants A supplement to income for recipients of Supplemental Security Income and other low-income aged, blind, or disabled individuals residing in licensed assisted living facilities. The grant amount received by eligible individuals includes a small personal allowance plus the difference between the recipient’s own income and the State reimbursement rate for assisted living. Recipients also receive medical assistance through the Medicaid program.

Career Resource Center 540-727-1055 | 219 East Davis St., Suite 100, Culpeper ccrc@ccrc-jobs.com The Career Center provides the general public with career resources/services to prepare a workforce that is informed, capable, and ready for work. The services available include assistance with resumes, cover letters, and interview techniques. Internet-accessible computers, faxes, phones, printers, and copiers available to clients and job search assistance is available. Job seekers can also open email accounts to correspond with potential employers.

Child Care Subsidies 540-727-1055 extension 406 | www.childcareva.com 219 East Davis Street, Suite 100, Culpeper A program that provides low-income families with funding to enhance the quality, affordability, and availability of childcare. Child Care Services are also provided to families who are receiving TANF and are working towards economic selfsufficiency. These services are designed to help parents locate affordable quality care to support their efforts toward greater self-sufficiency.

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OPTIONS PROGRAM A county department that offers services and evidence-based programs for youth 11-17 years old that are designed to reduce the likelihood of further problems at home, in school, with the legal system or with the use of illicit substances while enhancing personal skills that will assist youth to become productive, respectful, and responsible members of the community. David J. Kemp, CSAC Director 13033 James Madison Highway Culpeper, Virginia 22701 Phone: 540-829-2129 dkemp@culpepercounty.gov culpepercounty.gov → Government → OPTIONS

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Child Protective Services

Independent Living Program

Identifies, assesses, and provides services to children (and their families) who have been abused or neglected. CPS is designed to preserve families, yet protect children and prevent further maltreatment.CPS also provides foster care prevention services to families referred by the community and by court order. In addition, the CPS unit attempts outreach to prevent child abuse or neglect by addressing risk issues before they result in maltreatment of children.

Assists foster care youths ages 14-21 in developing skills necessary to transition from foster care to independent living. Independent Living services include activities that are based on a written assessment of life skills. Areas of focus include personal development (such as self-esteem), communication, decision-making, conflict resolution and anger management skills. Examples of independent living skills are career exploration, job skills, money, management, housing, transportation, and legal issues. For more information see: DSS.virginia.gov

Companion Services Program Assists elderly and/or disabled adults in their homes who are unable to care for themselves. Home-based care minimizes institutionalization of elderly and disabled residents. The Companion Services Program is only open to individuals who are SSI recipients.

Energy Assistance 855-635-4370 | www.commonhelp.virginia.gov Three Federally mandated Energy Assistance Programs with heating/cooling for citizens with economic need are: The Cooling Assistance Program (purchases of window A/C and fans, or repair and/or payment for electricity); The Fuel Assistance Program (helps with home heating fuel/charges); and Crisis Assistance (provides household’s emergency heating needs and offers heating equipment repair). Culpeper County operates the “Keep a Family Warm” program with the participation of Salvation Army, Energy Share, Virginia Dominion Power, Dollar Energy, and Culpeper First Call.

Families First 540-321-3071 | www.healthyfamiliesculpeper.org See full listing under Children’s Services

The Foster Care Program Provides services, substitute care, and supervision for a child on a 24-hour basis until the child can return to his or her family or be placed in an adoptive home or other permanent foster care placement. Assistance is given to children and families in an effort to prevent removal of a child from his or her home. When parents are unsuccessful in changing conditions in the home, it may be necessary to place the child in foster care. For more information see: DSS.virginia.gov

Foster/Adopt Parent Training (PRIDE) Training for families who are able and willing to provide a temporary home for children from birth to age 18 who are in Foster Care. Foster parents provide a safe, stable, and caring home for children placed with them. Foster parents are part of the team in reuniting children with their families. Foster parents must complete the initial PRIDE training, pass a background check, have space in their home for a foster child, and maintain annual training hours in order to remain foster parents. For more information see: DSS.virginia.gov

Guardianships Services are designed for individuals who are incapacitated, indigent, and have no suitable person to serve as their guardian. Guardianship ensures that their essential requirements for physical and emotional health are met, and that their financial resources are managed. Guardianship requests must go through the Culpeper County Circuit Court. The Circuit Court makes the appointment and the appointee takes over as guardian for the incapacitated person. For more information see: DSS.virginia.gov

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Long Term Care Services Long-Term Care support comes in the form of Medicaid for nursing care, community based care and Auxiliary Grants for adult living facility care provided by social workers who complete assessments (UAI). When a person requires an assisted living level of care and meets financial criteria, an Auxiliary Grant supplements other income in an effort to meet the cost of care in a facility. After evaluation, financially eligible individuals approved for nursing home level of care can receive that care either in the community or in a nursing home.

Medicaid/Medicaid Expansion www.dmas.virginia.gov

See full listing under Medical.

Medication Access Program 540-829-8831 | 610 Laurel Street, Suite 3, Culpeper

Provides low-income Culpeper County residents who are 18 and over without Medicaid or prescription care with access to medication/prescriptions at a reduced charge or no charge through the Free Clinic. The staff helps them complete an application to be submitted through computer software directly to the prescription drug companies. The medications are provided for free or at a reduced cost to the patient. Clinic staff coordinate the program with local participating physicians.

Sam’s Place Culpeper Department of Social Services 540-727-1055 | 219 East Davis Street, Suite 100, Culpeper

Intake - Sam’s Place: This community outreach center is a one-stop hub where individuals/families in crisis can access information and referrals to other community partners. Assistance is provided for but not limited to health, transportation, food assistance, home repairs (closed temporarily due to COVID19). It also offers eye and hearing aids, clothing and furniture vouchers. Referrals are available based on personal needs and are based on funds available and program criteria.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (FOOD STAMPS) www.fns.usda.gov/snap/

This program provides benefits to eligible persons for the purchase of vital food items. Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) is the process that the Virginia Department of Social Services uses to deliver SNAP benefits. SNAP households use the card to make food purchases at retailers authorized by the U. S. Department of Agriculture.

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) www.dss.state.va.us/benefit/tanf/

Provides temporary financial assistance to eligible families. A monthly cash payment is distributed to eligible families to meet their basic needs. The program is based upon the principles of personal responsibility, time-limited assistance, and work in


exchange for benefits. TANF is the cash assistance component of the Virginia Independence Program (VIP) that helps families work toward their goal of total independence. You can apply by phone 855-635-4370 or www.commonhelp.virginia.gov

Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare (VIEW)

Autism Speaks 888-288-4762 | www.autismspeaks.org Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm; Live chat 9am-7pm ET. Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.

540-727-1055 | 219 East Davis St. Suite 100, Culpeper

Auxiliary Grants for Disabilities

VIEW provides employment education, training, and support services to qualified TANF recipients. VIEW is designed to encourage self-sufficiency through a “work first” philosophy and offers recipients the opportunity to work and continue to receive some TANF benefits and supportive services. Other work activities can include on-the-job training or community work experience for at least the minimum federally required hours per week. VIEW participants can also participate in optional transitional services such as childcare.

See Culpeper Department of Social Services

DISABILITY SERVICES A Little Magic 540-547-3951 | www.alittlemagic.org See full listing under Counseling and Mental Health

Allegro Community School of the Arts 540-349-5088 Please see full listing at Community Enrichment and Education

Challenger/Culpeper Little League 540-718-0147 | 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.

The Arc of North Central Virginia 571-399-5390 | PO Box 3186, Warrenton www.arcofncv.org | info@arcofncv.org The Arc of North Central Virginia is an advocacy organization committed to enhancing the lives of persons with intellectual/ developmental disabilities and ensuring that they are valued members of our community who are able to reach their full potential. They are committed to creating an environment that encourages inclusiveness and acceptance through education, advocacy, and support to families, friends and our community.

Assistive Devices from Culpeper County Library 540-825-8691 The library offers various assistive devices for a two-week loan and then renewable for 8 more times with a library card. Devices may be checked out for free to see what might work best for you or a loved one. Available are different strength magnifiers; a Magic Eye; Pocket talkers (hearing assistance), and a mono mouse (print enlarger that displays on a computer monitor); for in library use only is a CCTV.

At Home Your Way | Moms in Motion 800-417-0908 | info@athomeyourway.com PO Box 609, Front Royal, VA 22630 At Home Your Way can help you access consumer directed personal care services to meet the needs of you or the individual you care for. Consumer Direct services are personal care, companion services, or respite care services where the individual or his family/caregiver, as appropriate, is responsible for hiring, training, supervising, and firing the employee or employees.

Bridges / Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services 540-825-3100 | adiorio@rrcsb.org 13523 Beverly’s Ford Road, Elkwood This program offers day-support and pre-vocational services for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Bridges utilizes a person-centered approach to provide training and support including meaningful community activities and inclusivity. For more information, contact Arlene Diorio, Day Support Program Manager.

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

Canine Companions for Independence Nancy Lagasse 540-219-5868 | bshert07@gmail.com Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that provides people with disabilities highlytrained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships free of charge. The service dogs assist adults with physical disabilities. Hearing dogs alert the deaf and hard of hearing to important sounds. Facility dogs work with a professional in a visitation, education, or healthcare setting. Skilled companions enhance independence for children and adults with physical, cognitive and developmental disabilities. CCI also places service dogs with disabled veterans and veterans with PTSD.

Commonwealth Autism (CA) Autism Resource Directory 804-355-0300 | Toll Free: 800-649-8481 4108 E. Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23228 www.cahumanservices.org CA offers a comprehensive autism resource directory that is searchable by category, subcategory, region, and age. We’re still passionate about serving people with autism, but our mission has expanded to include systems level work for all types of developmental disabilities.

Culpeper County Public Schools Parent Teacher Resource Center 540-445-5025 101 Duke St., Suite 119, Culpeper The Culpeper County Public Schools’ Parent Teacher Resource Center provides information and resources on disabilities, including a lending library, list of community resources, and free parent workshops on a variety of topics related to children and disabilities. The Parent Teacher Resource Center is located in the CCPS Family Resource Center and is staffed by a special education teacher and a parent of a student with a disability. 2022 CULPEPER RESOURCE GUIDE

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Demand-Response Transportation Service (VRT) 540-825-2456 or 540-341-3464 This curb-to-curb transportation service is open to the general public by reservation at least 24 hours in advance. All equipment is lift-equipped and handicapped accessible. Rides can be reserved up to two weeks in advance. Scheduled riders should be prepared to leave 20 minutes before or after a scheduled appointment time and if unable to ride by themselves are permitted to bring a personal assistant for free. Call for additional information on pick-ups and fixed routes or how to apply for an American with Disability Act.

Didlake 540-904-4207 | www.didlake.org 10164 Marsh Road, Bealeton Adult Day Support/Community Inclusion Program with an emphasis on Community Integration.

Disability Law Center of VA (DLCV) 800-552-3962 or 804-225-2042 | info@dlcv.org www.dlcv.org 1512 Willow Lawn - Suite 100, Richmond

disAbility Resource Center 540-373-2559 or 540-373-5890 (TTY/CAPTEL) drc@cildrc.org | www.cildrc.org 409 Progress St., Fredericksburg The dRC, a Center for Independent Living (CIL) is committed to community inclusion and a purposeful life for all people with disabilities of all ages. dRC staff help people with disabilities to live independently in their community by providing free living skills training, advocacy, peer mentoring, information and referral, transition services, and gently-used medical equipment. The dRC is knowledgeable about the needs of persons with disabilities as most staff have a disability or a family member with a disability.

Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) 540.829.7360 | Tiffany.Jenkins@dars.virginia.gov www.vadars.org 19006 Crossroad Parkway Culpeper Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) is a division of the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) and serves Culpeper, Orange, Madison, Fauquier, and Rappahannock Counties. Our Division offers vocational rehabilitation programs and services to assist people with disabilities to prepare for, secure, retain or regain employment. We collaborate with individuals with disabilities and community partners to empower individuals to maximize their employment.

Down Syndrome Association of Northern VA (DSANV) 703-621-7129 | www.sanv.org 10467 White Granite Dr., Suite 320, Oakton DSANV provides educational, social and recreational programs to individuals with Down syndrome, and their families, across Northern Virginia. They also host multiple inclusive events each year which invite the Down syndrome community to gather to learn from each other and mingle with the larger Northern VA community.”

Free To Be ADHD Coaching Linda Swanson, MA, ACC, and Neil Swanson, MA, ACC 703-508-4774 and 703-509-5377 7180 Baldwin Ridge Rd., Warrenton | www.vadars.org

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ADHD-specific coaching for adults and parents as well as college, high school, and middle school students. Credentialed ADHD coaches help clients identify their strengths and challenges. Together, coach and client discover strategies to address those challenges and lay the foundation for effective new habits. Free initial session. Coaching in person in Warrenton, or by phone, Skype, or video chat.

Infant and Toddler Connection (ITC) 540-829-7480

See full listing under Children’s Services.

National Library Service for the Blind and Handicapped 1-888-657-7323 | nls@loc.gov

The branch of the library of Congress supplies recorded books and playing equipment to the blind, braille books for the braille reader, among other services.

RRCS Community Support Division Intellectual 540-825-3100 See also Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services.

RRCS provides support coordination to assist in evaluating, linking, monitoring, and advocating for services to meet individuals’ identified needs and serves children through adults.

Shooting Stars 540-937-0302 | shootingdsstars@gmail.com www.shootingstars21.com

Shooting Stars is a local nonprofit organization that strives to be the local advocate for the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome. Some of the group’s current projects include creating congratulatory gift bags for new parents of babies diagnosed with Down Syndrome, co-hosting A Night To Shine (a prom for people with special needs that is also sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation), and serving as a network of support for people with Down Syndrome as well as their families.

Special Olympics Area 17 540-479-6918 or 800-932-4653

Serving children and adults in Culpeper, Orange, Madison, and Rappahannock counties. Find us on Facebook by searching for "SOVA 17".

TOPS Soccer Betsy Fry | 540-219-6165 | rbzfry@vabb.com

For children with special needs. CSC soccer office is office@ culpepersc.org. The CSC office phone is 540-825-0886

Understood www.understood.org

Families, Educators and Young Adult programs and workplace initiative created to support individuals with Dyslexia and ADHD.

Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired 703-359-1100 | www.vdbvi.org 11150 Fairfax Blvd., Suite 502 , Fairfax

The Vocational Rehabilitation program provides vocational and rehabilitative services to assist individuals who are vision impaired to prepare for, secure, retain, advance in or regain competitive integrated employment. The Education Services program assists infants, children, and students who are vision


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impaired reduce developmental delays and succeed in school in order to recognize their full potential. Rehabilitation Teaching & Independent Living services provides services to those with vision impairments including Orientation Training in the Home Environment, Personal Management Skills Training, Home Management Skills Training, Communication Skills Training, Crafts, Recreation and Adaptive Skills Training and Adjustment Counseling.

Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) Dept. of Special Ed and student services Gloria Dalton, Parent Ombudsman Phone: 804-371-7420 | Toll Free: 800-422-2083 www.doe.virginia.gov/special_ed specialeducationombudsman@doe.virginia.gov

An Ombudsman is a person who serves as a designated neutral party who advocates for a fair process and provides confidential, informal assistance and support to parents, guardians, advocates, educators, and students with disabilities. The Parent Ombudsman for Special Education serves as a resource to parents in non-legal special education matters.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & ABUSE CASA of Culpeper/People Inc. 540-317-1665 | bataylor@peopleinc.net | www.peopleinc.net 233 E. Davis Street Suite 300 Culpeper

The LGBTQ Partner Abuse and Sexual Assault Helpline provides a free and confidential telephone service for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, or questioning callers looking for information or help regarding intimate partner abuse, sexual assault, and stalking. Free. Confidential. 24 hours a day.

SAFE, Services to Abused Families, Inc. 540-825-8891, 800-825-8876, 24-Hour Hotline P.O. Box 402 501 / E. Piedmont St, Culpeper www.safejourneys.org SAFE provides shelter, support, and advocacy to all affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. All services are free and confidential with a 24-Hour Hotline answered by an advocate ready to help. SAFE services include: two emergency shelters, crisis intervention, court accompaniment & legal advocacy, oneon-one supportive counseling, "Empower Hour" group sessions, youth program services, Hispanic/Latino program services, case management, community education, and public awareness & training programs. SAFE partners with community agencies to help guide clients through making self-directed life changes.

Virginia Family Violence Sexual Assault Hotline 800-838-8238

EMPLOYMENT & JOB TRAINING Be the Change Foundation

Trained volunteers advocate on behalf of abused or neglected children in the foster care or court system in Culpeper. Email Bri Taylor if you're interested in volunteering with CASA of Culpeper.

540-222-7242 | www.bethechangefoundation.us

Domestic Violence Hotline

Career Resource Center

800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 800-787-3224 Chat (confidential instant messaging) Text: 804-793-9999

You deserve safety and support. Whether someone has hurt you in the past or is hurting you now, we're here to listen and to help. If you are a friend, family member, or professional wondering how to help someone, or just want to know more about sexual assault, stalking, controlling behavior, or intimate partner violence, call us. We will listen, offer support, and connect you to resources in your area. Free. Confidential. 24 hours a day.

Forever Free 540-445-1565 | foreverfreeculpeper@gmail.com

A faith-based organization committed to fighting and ending human trafficking in our community. We offer victim advocacy services, emergency personal supplies, resource referrals, and awareness presentations. Through Project 1:27, we also assist those that are most vulnerable to traffickers to reduce the risk of exploitation.

Empowering women in business. Offers training, mentoring and inspiration. See full listing under Culpeper Human Services.

Didlake See full listing under Disability Services

Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) See full listing under disability services

Pathways, Inc., Powering Your Path 540-422-0907 | 16413 Shadow Drive, Culpeper www.poweringyourpath.org | margie@poweringyourpath.org Empowering women by providing the tools that lead to selfreliance, independence, and abundant lives. We offer free computer skills workshops, job coaching, and resources devoted to promoting careers, well-being and spiritual health. Pathways, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization based in Culpeper.

Just Ask Trafficking Prevention Foundation

Virginia Career Works – Culpeper Center & Goodwill Job Help Center

1751 Pinnacle Drive Suite 600, McLean bill@justaskprevention.org

540-212-4570 | 210 E. Stevens St., Suite 200, Culpeper www.vcwpiedmont.com | marty.baldwin@fredgoodwill.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.

LGBTQ Partner Abuse and Sexual Assault Helpline 1-866-356-6998 1118 W. Main Street, Suite A, Richmond, VA 23220

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The One-Stop for all your employment needs. Get free help with: job search, resume writing, computer access, computer classes, career counseling, grant funding for school and internships, unemployment insurance, GED and ESL classes, college and vocational training, veterans and re-entry reemployment, and job fairs. Meet with one of our workforce partners, all under the same roof: Virginia Career Works – Piedmont Region, WIOA programs, Virginia Employment Commission, Germanna Community College, Piedmont Regional Adult and Career Education Programs, Veteran’s employment services, and Rappahannock Goodwill.


Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) Central Office 1-866-832-2363 P.O. Box 26441, Richmond, VA 23261-6441 For TTY* Callers: Virginia Relay, Call 711 or 800-828-1120.

FOOD & NUTRITION Buy Fresh Buy Local Guide 434-977-2033 | www.BuyLocalVirginia.org Piedmont Environmental Council’s Buy Fresh Buy Local program supports local farms, retailers, restaurants, and food businesses by promoting local farms and food products to consumers. The program includes local farmers interested in connecting with local markets. Obtain a free guide that lists where to find fresh veggies, meats, fruit and other locally-grown and produced foods.

Clara’s House Food Pantry/Community Touch Inc 540-439-9300 | 10499 Jericho Rd, Bealeton www.communitytouchinc.org Saturdays 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Temporarily extending their hours to include Mondays & Wednesdays 10:00 am - 2 pm.)

Manna Ministry 540-825-8616 | 215 South Main St., Culpeper Culpeper Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall

Free Lunches every Wed. & Friday 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. for everyone in need of a meal. (During COVID curbside pickup of meals)

Power Pack Program 571-242-8800 | Culpeper Methodist Church

Identified through the schools, the Power Pack Program provides weekend meals to children who would normally go without. Assistance is needed through financial support as well as helping to pack and prepare the food for backpacks on a quarterly basis.

Reva Mobile Food Pantry (540) 248-3663 | www.brafb.org Reva Volunteer Fire & Rescue 18230 Birmingham Road (just off 29 South)

4th Wednesday of every month, 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (no early birds)

SHARE Food Network 800-21-SHARE

Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market

SHARE provides approximately $40-45 of food for $22. Menu changes monthly.

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Shiloh-Food Pantry/Monthly Food Distribution

540-825-4416 | crievents@culpeperdowntown.com Facebook.com/CulpeperFarmersMarket 318 S. West Street Culpeper Baptist Church) May-October Saturdays 7:30 am - 12:00 pm. Drive through and walk through times available at the market. Check Facebook for information. The Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market accepts food stamps.

Culpeper Senior Center 540-825-5778 See full listing under Aging and Senior Services. Hot meals for members and guests.

Culpeper United Methodist Church food program 1233 Oaklawn Dr, Culpeper | 540-825-0764

Empowering Culpeper USDA Food Distribution Program/People Inc. 540-935-0047 | www.peopleinc.net empoweringculpeper@peopleinc.net Provides food for individuals and families with household incomes at or below 150% of federal poverty guidelines or who qualify for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program), SSI (Supplemental Social Security Income) or Medicaid every third Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Culpeper United Methodist Church.

Food Closet/St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

540-829-6815 or 540-661-9851 15055 Stevensburg Rd., Brandy Station

Shiloh maintains a food pantry in cooperation with the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank to provide emergency and monthly supplemental food to families in need. The monthly food distribution takes place at the church every 2nd Saturday of the month from 9 am11 am. Those in need of emergency food can contact the church at any time to receive food.

Silver Citizens’ Club 540-727-3412

Wednesday lunches at the library. Please See Silver Citizen’s Club under Community Enrichment and Education Programs. May be closed due to Covid.

SNAP/”Food Stamps” fns.usda.gov/snap/

See full listing under Culpeper Human Services

Virginia Cooperative Extension, Family Nutrition Program 540-727-3435 | 101 S. West St., Culpeper

Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Family Nutrition Program provides nutrition education to limited-resource households. Participants are taught how to make healthier food choices and become better managers of available food resources.

120 N. Commerce Street, Culpeper

Watts Nutrition Services, LLC/ Maureen Watts, R.D.

We provide food and some personal care products to town and county families in need. Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Referrals for the Food Closet must be picked up at Sam’s Place which is open 8 a.m. -11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday at 219 East Davis Street, Suite 100, Culpeper. 540-727-1055.

540-825-6973 | www.WattsRD.com 101 Duke Street, Suite 203, Culpeper

Home Delivered Meals Service 540-825-3100 Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services provides frozen meals for seniors who have no one to help them prepare meals.

A Registered Dietitian works with individuals to assess and assist dietary needs and nutritional goals. RDs consider diet, medical history, blood tests, weight trends, and other factors in making a nutrition diagnosis and developing a personalized dietary plan. RDs frequently work with other health professionals to coordinate nutrition therapy with medical or surgical treatments. Maureen assists and encourages people who are looking to improve their overall health through changes in dietary habits. 2022 CULPEPER RESOURCE GUIDE

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Womens, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program See Listing under Children’s Services

FOUNDATIONS & NONPROFIT SUPPORT CNE at the PATH Resource Center 540-680-4149 | dellis@thecne.org 321 Walker Drive, Suite 201, Warrenton www.pathforyou.org/resource-center/ The PATH Resource Center was created for area nonprofits to help strengthen their organizations and increase community impact through nonprofit education, volunteer management support, and community outreach support. Through a partnership between the PATH Foundation and the Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNE), CNE offers training, consulting, and resources to nonprofits serving Fauquier, Rappahannock, and Culpeper counties. Nonprofit topics and training include governance, philanthropy, finance, and strategic engagement.

BWell Today for Tomorrow/The Jacob Mark Blackwell and Andrea Saenz Memorial Fund www. 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.

Culpeper Wellness Foundation 540-431-2397 | culpeperwellnessfoundation.org 19002 Crossroad Parkway, Culpeper Culpeper Wellness Foundation, established in 2014, works to improve health and promote wellness in Culpeper, Madison and Orange counties. The Foundation operates the Free Clinic of Culpeper, Powell Wellness Center and Culpeper Sport & Fitness. Current organizational priorities include reducing the incidence and health impact of obesity and chronic disease, inspiring healthy and active lifestyles through affordable fitness programs that respond to community needs, and providing health care paired with health education to improve quality of life for lowincome uninsured adults.

Healthy Culpeper

Living the Dream Foundation 540-718-5701 | www.facebook.com/livingthedreamculpeper livingthedreamculpeper@gmail.com This foundation was created in the memory of Ben Long and for support of individuals and families affected by substance abuse, depression and suicide.

Northern Piedmont Community Foundation 540-349-0631 | npcf.org executiveassistant@npcf.org 321 Walker Drive, Suite 301 (PO Box 182, Warrenton)

The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation (NPCF) was founded in 2001 with the mission of strengthening our community nonprofits through philanthropy. NPCF serves Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, and Rappahannock counties and facilitates a robust community grants program, individual donor grants, scholarships and a successful giving day campaign in May called Give Local Piedmont. The community foundation creates a network of resources and connections and works to sustain legacy giving in all four counties through fund management and partnerships.

PATH Volunteer Hub 540-680-4148 | www.letsvolunteer.org 321 Walker Drive, Suite 201, Warrenton llauritzen@pathforyou.org

The PATH Volunteer Hub supports resources for recruitment, retention, and management of volunteers to help match the needs of nonprofit organizations. Their website offers nonprofit agencies the ability to list specific volunteer opportunities, and it offers volunteers the ability to search available volunteer positions based on interests, schedule, skills and more.

Team Jordan Suicide Prevention Coalition 540-729-7877 or 540-718-3030

Find us on Facebook groups: Team Jordan - Suicide Prevention Coalition. The purpose of the Team Jordan is to dedicate itself to addressing the unique problems that affect individuals in Culpeper County at risk of suicide by supporting coalitions and organizations that work with those affected, by maximizing local support for prevention services and programs, and by creating a program of support and response for Survivors of Suicide.

FUEL & UTILITY ASSISTANCE Community Housing Partners Weatherization Program 540-665-0200

Through the federally-funded Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) administered by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, CHP Weatherization reduces energy costs for families and individuals by improving the energy efficiency of their homes, while also assessing and eliminating related health and safety issues. Please contact CHP to see if you qualify.

540-727-0372 ext.385 | www.healthyculpeper.com 1835 Industry Dr., PO Box 1355, Culpeper

Culpeper Human Services Energy Assistance

Healthy Culpeper is the head of a coalition of non-profit organizations that meet and network every second Wednesday at noon in the Culpeper Baptist Church Community Room. Two committees under Healthy Culpeper also work together to support our community members. The Early Childhood/Youth Workgroup meets every third Thursday, 1:00 p.m. at Head Start, and the Teen Coalition meets every second Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. at RRCS. Please note that during the pandemic, these groups are meeting virtually.

Energy Assistance programs help with the cost of home heating or cooling in certain circumstances. To apply for Energy Assistance, go online tocommonhelp.virginia.gov or call the Culpeper office. See Culpeper Human Services entry in separate section for details.

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540-727-0372 | 1835 Industry Dr, Culpeper

Culpeper United Methodist Church 540-825-0764 | www.culpeperumc.org/misisons 1233 Oaklawn Dr, Culpeper


CUMC is a mission focused church with many areas to help serve the community.

Horse and Soul Counseling at Higgins Hills Farm

Safe Link Wireless

Powell Wellness Center-Fitscripts

www.safelinkwireless.com SafeLink Wireless is a government-supported program that provides a free cell phone and airtime on a monthly basis. To find out if you qualify, see the website.

The Salvation Army of Virginia Piedmont Utility Assistance The Salvation Army provides emergency assistance to Culpeper and Orange County 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.

HEALTH & WELLNESS/THERAPY

540-445-4388 | wpropps@culpeperwellness.org 1005 Golf Drive, Culpeper VA 22701 https://powellwellnesscenter.org/wellness-services/fitscripts/

FitScripts at Powell Wellness Center (PWC) is a physician-referred fitness program designed for individuals who may have a chronic condition or physical limitation that prevents them from enjoying the benefits of exercise. Through FitScripts, a physician refers a patient to PWC's 8-week program of supervised sessions in a small group setting. Specialized pool and gym classes in the FitScripts program address cancer, cardiac and pulmonary rehab phase III, diabetes/hypertension, general/weight loss, orthopedic, Parkinson's, and pulmonary issues.

MINDFULNESS & MEDITATION PROGRAMS Within Everyone Michele Bledsoe | 540-250-1379 withineveryone@gmail.com 210 W. Asher Street, Culpeper

BEV, LLC 540-547-4824 | www.gohealthysteps.com bonnired@comcast.net BEV, LLC is owned and operated by Bonnie Enyart Vermillion and offers classes and training for instructors to teach the exercise program Healthy-Steps to improve health with the Lebed Method. This therapeutic exercise program improves the immune system and is designed for almost anyone regardless of present physical ability. BEV teaches American Red Cross CPR/AED/FA at local businesses/ agencies for their employees. BEV also is the local coordinator of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Education workshops.

CENTER SERVICES & AMENITIES:

See Counseling and Mental Health

Michele Bledsoe is a certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher. She has completed a two year training program as well as Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Training. Available for volunteer, partnership, and solo teaching projects.

Karen Loving, The Natural Spine 139 W Davis Street -Culpeper 40 North Hill Drive -Warrenton | www.karenloving.com

Postural improvement through education using The Alexander

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Technique and CranioSacral Therapy for healthy balancing of the nervous system. This one-on-one practice is individually tailored and for all ages, specializing in the over-55 group. Karen Loving’s practice helps clients relieve the signs of aging through education by sensing new ways to change habitual patterns, bringing you more vitality, balance and long-term health benefits in daily activities.

Pet Therapy - Chapter 191 - Therapy Dogs International, Inc. TDI.Chapter191@gmail.com | www.TDI-Dog.org

Chapter 191 is a group of local volunteers that have had their personal dogs certified as therapy dogs by Therapy Dogs International, Inc. The dog and handler teams volunteer their time and visit the local hospital, nursing homes, retirement centers, special events, and other venues. To find out more about having your dog certified to be able to visit these facilities or to have our chapter visit your facility, please email us.

The Culpeper 540-825-2411 | 12425 Village Loop, Culpeper www.culpeperretirement.org

A retirement community in Culpeper, The Culpeper’s expansion project is complete. The building offers all-inclusive services. Along with the existing Independent Living Cottages, the new community has a total of 133 new accommodations, comprised of 54 Assisted Living Apartments, 32 secure Memory Care Private Suites nestled in 2 neighborhoods, 31 private Long-Term Skilled Nursing Healthcare rooms, and 16 private Rehab to Home. Each care level has its amenities and common areas providing country kitchens, activity areas, living rooms with fireplaces, restaurantstyle dining venues, and more.

Culpeper Health and Rehabilitation 540-825-2884 | 602 Madison Road, Culpeper

Powell Wellness Center offers medical programming, health education, and personal support for achieving a healthier lifestyle. Also, we provide child care services to its members while they are at Powell. PsyD Clinical Solutions

Very close to Novant UVA Health Culpeper Medical Center, we provide exceptional care. We have a state-of-the-art rehabilitation gym that is constantly being updated with the most advanced rehabilitation equipment, giving you the opportunity for the best recovery possible. We offer frequent health presentations and outreach programs including Aging Together Senior Educational Seminars and Caregiver Training.

Pranapiloga (Yoga and Wellness)

Dogwood Village of Orange County

571-233-9187

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Powell Wellness Center - Wellness 540-445-5406 | 1005 Golf Drive, Culpeper

Dawn Klemann, PsyD, CSOTP 540-404-5959| 139 West Davis St. Suite 300 Culpeper psydsolutions.com | dawn@psydsolutions.com

Research demonstrates the interconnections between the mind, body, and spirit indicating that lifestyle changes in these areas are central to achieving health and wellbeing. Each problem comes bearing the gift of its own solution. All services are provided by PsyD Clinical Solutions with this in mind, to include Health and Wellness Coaching, Psychological Evaluations, and Clinical Consultation, Supervision, and Training.

HOUSING SENIOR HOUSING For a complete Resource Guide specific to older adults please contact AGING TOGETHER AT INFO@AGINGTOGETHER.ORG OR CALL 540-849-6504

Blue Ridge Christian Home 540-439-2627 | 7034 Catlett Road, Bealeton

Family-owned, licensed assisted living facility with nurses on staff. Located on a farm; the administrator lives on property. Not-forprofit. Private pay only.

Brookside Rehab and Nursing Center 540-347-4770 | 614 Hastings Lane, Warrenton www.brooksiderehabandnursing.com info@brooksiderehabandnursing.com

A Virginia-licensed, dually certified, Medicare/Medicaid skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, Brookside Rehab and Nursing Center provides long-term and short-term, inpatient rehab after hospitalization. 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 includes physical therapy, occupational and speech therapy.

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Short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, and assisted living. Staff is committed to go above and beyond the expectation of each resident. Activity staff is eager to offer a wide variety of social events such as gardening, church services, and exercise classes Volunteers play an important role in the facility as they assist with activities daily and provide companionship.

Fauquier Health Rehabilitation & Nursing Center 540-316-5500 | 360 Hospital Drive, Warrenton www.fauquierhealth.com

FHRNC is a 113-bed center located on the Fauquier Hospital campus in northern Virginia. This is a Medicare/Medicaid certified facility. Services include: short term rehabilitation, long term care, and respite care.

Leaflin Lane Apartments Senior Housing – RRCS 540-825-3100 | rrcsb@rrcsb.org

Leaflin Lane Apartments provides elderly individuals with low incomes options that allow them to live independently. Tenants must meet the income guidelines established by HUD, and the head of household or spouse must be 62-years or older in order to qualify. Rental rates are based on income with tenants responsible for paying 30% of their adjusted household annual income for rent. Water, sewer, and trash collection are included in the rent, and tenants are responsible for their own electricity bill. There is a waiting list for these apartments.

The Harbor at Renaissance Memory Care & Assisted Living 434-985-4481 422 William Mills Drive, Stanardsville 22973

Conveniently located in historic Stanardsville at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains we offer both The Harbor Memory Care Assisted Living and Renaissance Assisted Living. The serene setting has all the peace and tranquility of the countryside, yet


offers easy access to shopping, dining, medical facilities, and other senior needs.

Section 8 Housing

TRANSITIONAL & EMERGENCY HOUSING

Section 8, or the Housing Choice Voucher Program, is a Federal housing program which provides housing assistance to low-income renters and homeowners. This assistance comes in the form of rental subsidies, limiting the monthly rent payment of the assistance recipient. To qualify for Section 8, one must be a low-income person (below 50% of the Area Median Income). RRCSB coordinates to administer the program locally.

Culpeper Housing and Shelter Services Cheryl Carter, Executive Director | 540-825-7434 215 E. Spencer St. Culpeper www.Culpepershelter.org | info@culpepershelter.org Culpeper Housing and Shelter Services provide shelter for the homeless and financial assistance to move into permanent housing. This assistance can be for a security deposit and first month’s rent. Prevention funds are provided to families/ individuals who are facing homelessness in 14 days or less and meet requirements of the program.

Culpeper Winter Heat Shelter 540-317-0030 | www.culpeperheatshelter.org culpeperheatshelter@gmail.com Culpeper Winter Heat Shelter (at the time of publishing) was not in operation due to Covid. Culpeper Housing and Shelter Services has a Covid shelter program. Please contact Foothills Housing Network at 540-724-6630 for more information. The Culpeper Heat Shelter is (usually) open during the colder months to provide emergency shelter and food to those in need. Accommodations and volunteers are provided by Culpeper area churches.

Family Shelter Services, Inc. 540-351-0130 or 540-341-0900 95 Keith Street, Warrenton | www.fauquierfamilyshelter.org This facility can accommodate up to 11 families and eight single adults at a time. A trained staff oversees operations 24/7. An onsite case manager helps 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 Network Central Entry 540-724-6630 | www.foothillshousing.org | fhn@rrregion.org Free information and referral on emergency shelter and housing assistance in the Rappahannock-Rapidan region. Serving Culpeper, Orange, Madison, Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties.

Habitat for Humanity, Culpeper County 540-445-0432 | www.culpeperhabitat.org information@culpeperhabitat.org Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps people in your community and around the world build or improve a place they can call home.

540-825-3100

Victory Transitional Housing/Community Touch Inc 540-439-9300 | 10499 Jericho Rd, Bealeton

Office hours 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday VTH is a one year program that offers transitional housing to homeless men, women, and children with a broad range of needs. The program helps individuals achieve and sustain a higher quality of life through resources and training opportunities. Provides an opportunity for homeless individuals to save money for a future residence, gain information and access to services they need. Individuals meet with assigned financial mentors every week.

LEGAL/CRIMINAL JUSTICE CASA of Culpeper - People Inc. 540-317-1665 | bataylor@peopleinc.net 233 E. Davis Street Suite 300 Culpeper | www.peopleinc.net

Trained volunteers advocate on behalf of abused or neglected children in the foster care or court system in Culpeper. Email Bri Taylor if you're interested in volunteering with CASA of Culpeper.

Child Support Enforcement 800-468-8894 2211 Hydraulic Rd., Suite 200, Charlottesville

Disability Law Center of VA (DLCV) 800-552-3962 or 804-225-2042 | info@dlcv.org | www.dlcv.org

Just Neighbors 703-979-1240 | info@justneighbors.org www.justneighbors.org 34 Beckham Street, Warrenton, VA 20186

Just Neighbors provides affordable immigration legal services to low-income families living in and around Culpeper.

Legal Aid Works (LAW) Call for screening first 703-778-6800; 540-825-3131 1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2122, Culpeper legalaidworks.org | lawculp@legalaidworks.org

Legal Aid Works provides legal advice and representation to individuals who cannot afford to hire private counsel in civil legal matters.

Virginia CARES Program/ People Inc.

Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center

540-317-1439 | vacares@peopleinc.net | www.peopleinc.net 233 E. Davis Street, Suite 300, Culpeper

540-347-6650 | www.PiedmontDisputeResolution.org pdrc@verizon.net 98 Alexandria Pike, Suite 53, Warrenton

People Inc.'s Virginia CARES program helps ex-offenders transition back into life in the community. This service helps individuals locate food, housing, transportation and forms of identification. It also helps them find a job, build a career and provides counseling and peer support.

SAFE, Services to Abused Families, Inc. See listing under Domestic Violence and Abuse

PDRC provides mediation services such as custody, visitation, child support, parent-teen, landlord-tenant, consumer-merchant, elder care, divorce, education, neighborhood and business.

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540-727-3430 | 740 Old Brandy Road, Culpeper The Culpeper Police Department maintains strong community relationships through a strong Neighborhood Watch Program. There are 25 watch groups within the Town, including 7 schools and 6 businesses, that have an officer assigned to them. The officers provide a direct line of communication to the Police Department and can provide security information, crime report data, traffic data, and assist in organizing and coordinating Neighborhood Watch meetings.

The Veterans Consortium

VPLC is committed to leading and coordinating efforts to seek justice in civil legal matters for lower income Virginians

MEDICAL DENTAL Culpeper Kids Dentistry 540-727-8200 | 18474 Crossroad Parkway Culpeper Accepts Medicaid.

(202) 733-3317 (must leave a message) clinics@vetsprobono.org | www.vetsprobono.org

Culpeper Dental Group

The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program provides assistance to unrepresented veterans or their family members who have filed appeals at the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Each appellant who requests Pro Bono Program assistance receives a thorough review of his or her appeal. An appellant whose case is not accepted by the Program receives substantive legal advice about his or her case.

Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. We are in Network participating with most insurance companies. Accepts Medicaid

US Citizenship & Immigration Service Customer Service Center | 1-800-375-5283 and TDD for the Hearing Impaired 1-800-767-1833

Virginia Poverty Law Center (804) 782-9430 | 919 E Main St.#610, Richmond

COURT SERVICES

Commonwealth's Attorney 540-727-3441 118 W. Davis St., Culpeper Crime Victim's Assistance 540-727-3413 114 W. Cameron St., Culpeper Culpeper Circuit Court 540-727-3438 135 W. Cameron St., Culpeper Culpeper General District Court 540-727-3417 135 W. Cameron St., Culpeper Division of Child Enforcement 800-468-8894 2211 Hydraulic Rd., Ste. 200, Charlottesville Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court 540-727-3418 135 W. Cameron St., Culpeper Juvenile Probation Services 540-727-3437 101 S. West St., Suite 200, Culpeper Local Probation Pretrial: Criminal Justice Services 540-727-3450 155 W. Davis St., Culpeper Options Program 540-829-2129 3033 James Madison Highway, Culpeper Virginia Adult Probation and Parole Department 540-829-7369 1845 Orange Rd., Culpeper

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540-825-7676 | 415 S, Main St, #101, Culpeper

Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic 540-661-0008 | www.vaprdc.org 13296 James Madison Highway, Orange Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic is a nonprofit dental safety net clinic dedicated to providing affordable, full-service care for residents of Virginia’s Piedmont. Using a sliding scale fee system, the cost of care is lowest for patients with the fewest financial resources. Accepts Medicaid/Smiles for Children insurance as well as Delta Dental insurance.

GENERAL Blue Ridge Care Connection for Children 434-924-0222 | Toll Free 866-596-9367 See full listing under Children’s Services.

Central Virginia Health Services (CVHS) See full listing under Counseling and Mental Health

Culpeper County Health Department / Rappahannock Rapidan Health District 540-829-7350 640 Laurel St, Culpeper Family Health Services at the Culpeper County Health Department include: referrals for community services, long term services and supports screenings in conjunction with local DSS, child & adult immunizations, family planning (birth control and women exams), pregnancy testing and counseling, WIC Supplemental Nutrition Program, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment, communicable disease and rabies investigations/education, car seat distribution/education, and vital records.

Culpeper Medical Walk-In Clinic & Primary Care 540-727-8880 | culpeperwalkinclinic@yahoo.com 451 James Madison Hwy, St 104, Culpeper Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed weekends.

Diabetes Education Program/ Remington Drug Store 540-439-3247 | www.remingtondrug.com Diabetes Self-Management Education program, accredited by the Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists. For those who never received formal diabetes education or who are newly diagnosed, the initial program provides 10 hours of education in a small group setting. Medicare approved and we do participate with some insurance plans. A referral from your provider is required.


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school nurse for referral. Adults and children when school is not in session should apply to The Department of Human Services located at SAM’S place, 210 E. Stevens St., Suite 300.

Spectrum Physical Therapy 540-727-0737 | www.iivyrehab.com 16260 Bennett Road, Culpeper

Mon & Wed 10:30 am - 6:30 pm; Tues, Thurs, Fri 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

ThriVe Women's Healthcare 540-727-0400 (call or text) 18484 Crossroad Parkway Culpeper cul@thrivecentralva.org | www.virginiapregnancy.org

ThriVe (formerly The Pregnancy Centers of Central Virginia) has been dedicated to helping women, teens, and families in the Central Virginia area since we opened our doors in 1984. We offer a safe and confidential environment for women to receive counseling, information and services.

UVA Health/Dermatology Connie Chung, MD, PHD Primary Care Commonwealth Medical 16268 Bennett Road, Culpeper | 540.825.6263 General dermatology. Accepts Medicaid.

UVA Pediatrics Culpeper 540-825-5381 | After Hours: 704.512.2991 See full listing under Children’s Services

UVA Primary Care Commonwealth Medical 16268 Bennett Road, Culpeper | 540.825.6263

Commonwealth Medical offers internal medicine services in Culpeper. Our doctors and nurses offer high-quality personalized and convenient care.

UVA Primary Care Culpeper Family Practice 540-825-6100 | 1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2210, Culpeper

Adult and Pediatric walk in care. Our experienced doctors and nurses focus on preventive health care and are committed to developing close relationships with our patients and their families. We see patients ranging in age from young adults to the geriatric population.

Walgreens Pharmacy HIV Testing, Covid Testing 540-727-8976 | 15250 Montanus Dr.

Wellspring Health Services

www.americarepluspc.com | leighann@americareplus.net Over 25 years of In-Home Personal Care & Live-In companion experience, AmeriCare Plus is a Virginia leader. Our Team Teal is on the forefront of home care changes & regulations. The AmeriCare plus teams have remained vigilant in COVID-19 training & protocols, and provided PPE to our caregivers, all to offer ‘Care, Compassion & Security’ for adults in the comfort of their own homes. We accept Medicaid, Long Term Care Insurance, Veterans, and Private Pay.

At Home Your Way 800-417-0908 | info@athomeyourway.com See listing under Disabilities

Capital Caring Health 24/7 Hours | 703-213-7898 | 1-800-869-2136 vmullins@capitalcaring.org |capitalcaring.org Gina Mullins, Patient Advocate | Cell: 703-213-7898 3180 Fairview Park Drive, Falls Church, VA 22042 Capital Caring Health is one of the largest and most experienced nonprofit providers of hospice care, palliative care, and bereavement counseling services in the nation. As a nonprofit organization, Capital Caring Health accepts anyone who needs our hospice service regardless of their ability to pay. Our dedicated medical team makes house calls, and we offer a 24/7 Navigation Center. For those patients who are having difficulty managing their pain, Capital Caring Health offers inpatient services for short-term care at our facilities or at area hospitals and various skilled nursing facilities.

Cleansing Water, Inc. 540-341-0212 | 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, initial assessments are offered at no charge and a 24/7 emergency on-call contact is available. Serving the counties of Fauquier, Culpeper, Prince William, Loudoun, Warren, and Rappahannock.

FirstLight Home Care 540-579-7570 – FREE Consultations 37 Main Street, Suite 202, Warrenton, VA 20186 www.Warrenton.FirstLightHomeCare.com

In an outpatient setting, we provide preventative care, medicallymanaged weight loss, comprehensive family practice, pediatrics, urgent care for non-life-threatening illnesses & injuries, and chronic care. In an inpatient setting at one of the major Nursing Home facilities in Culpeper, we provide exclusive medical services to the 180 long-term care and rehabilitation patients. In your home setting, we provide remote home monitoring services under the chronic care program.

Serving Culpeper and surrounding areas. A premier homecare provider 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. Our professional caregivers are Personal Care Aides and Certified Nursing Assistants who are all specialized Dementia Care Providers, proficient in injury and illness recovery, and much more. We create a customized care plan using our team approach, including our Director of Nursing, your healthcare providers, a community case manager, your family, and YOU.

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Home Instead Senior Care

540-321-4281 | 15237 Creativity Drive, Culpeper www.wellspringhealthservices.com info@wellspringhealthservices.com

For a complete Resource Guide specific to older adults please contact AGING TOGETHER AT INFO@AGINGTOGETHER.ORG OR CALL 540-849-6504

AmeriCare Plus 540-661-0232 | 321 North Madison Road, Orange

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540-825-7180 | deborah.mccormack@homeinstead.com 1300 Sunset Lane, Ste 3220 Culpeper HomeInstead.com/711 | www.homeinstead.com Home Instead Senior Care’s mission is to enhance the lives of clients and their families in Culpeper, Madison, Orange, Rappahannock, and Page Counties. Individualized care is


provided in a client’s home for short-term or longer-term duration by trained caregivers who have received specialized Alzheimer/ Dementia training and our registered nurses.

MEDICAID, MEDICAID EXPANSION & MEDICARE

Hope In Home Care

Medicaid and Medicaid Expansion

540-718-9003 | hihcculpeper@hopeinhomecare.org 1010 S. Main Street, Culpeper | www.hopeinhomecare.org

540-727-0372 | www.dmas.virginia.gov

VDH and Medicaid licensed company providing Personal Care services to clients of all ages. We accept all Medicaid CCC+ Insurance. Assessments are free of charge and performed by a registered nurse. Serving Fauquier, Culpeper, Madison, Rappahannock and Orange.

Hospice of the Piedmont Rapidan Regional Office 540-825-4840 | info@hopva.org www.hopva.org 1200 Sunset Lane, Suite 2320, Culpeper Hospice of the Piedmont is the only community-based nonprofit hospice organization serving residents of 12 counties across central and northern Virginia. A fully accredited organization, we provide high-quality, compassionate hospice care to terminally ill patients. Our palliative care program helps patients with serious illness manage their symptoms. Grief support services are available to any community member coping with the death of a loved one. We are committed to providing care and supportive services to all our neighbors, regardless of financial circumstance.

Medicaid provides health coverage to low-income children and provides assistance for some low-income adults, such as pregnant women, parents of dependent children, blind or disabled individuals, and individuals under hospice care, age 65 or older or other medically needy criteria. Medicaid Expansion provides health coverage for some low-income adults, such as single adults or parents of dependent children and individuals between the ages 19-64 who do not receive Medicare parts A or B and fall under 138% of the Federal Poverty Level.

Medicare Counseling & Information The Virginia Insurance Counseling Assistance Program (VICAP) is part of a national network of programs that offers free, unbiased, confidential counseling and assistance for people who have Medicare or are about to enroll in Medicare. VICAP counselors are certified and trained to assist individuals in understanding all Medicare benefits. Counselors are available by appointment at 540-825-3100.

CCPS FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER RESOURCES OFFERED • Registration of students with a home language other than English • Information & Resources for Special Education • Translation Services • Interpretation Services • Learning Resources • Parenting Support • Tutoring List • Professional Development • Preschool Screening 101 Duke St, Suite 119, Culpeper, VA 22701 540.445.5025 HOURS M-F 8:00AM-4:00PM 2022 CULPEPER RESOURCE GUIDE

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UVA Health System HOSPITAL SERVICES Culpeper Medical Center 540-829-4100 | www.NovantHealthUVA.org/Culpeper 501 Sunset Lane, Culpeper

The 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 UVA 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.

UVA Cancer Care A department of Culpeper Medical Center 540-829-4352 | 545 Sunset Lane, Culpeper www.NovantHealthUVA.org/UVACancerCare

We specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and long-term care of adult patients with cancer and blood disorders (medical oncology, radiation oncology and hematology). Our highly trained and skilled UVA cancer experts provide compassionate, individualized care with a multidisciplinary team approach to treatment. As a patient, you can expect quality cancer services close to home and access to cutting-edge technology and clinical trials.

UVA Cardiology A department of Culpeper Medical Center 540-829-4400 | 501 Sunset Lane, Culpeper www.NovantHealthUVA.org/UVACardiology

A highly skilled cardiology team with expert clinicians who care about your wellness and preventive care. From advanced diagnostic testing to personalized treatment plans, UVA Cardiology, a department of Culpeper Medical Center, can diagnose and manage a broad range of cardiac conditions. We work with our board-certified, fellowship-trained cardiologists to provide the personalized care our patients need with onsite tests and procedures.

UVA Obstetrics & Gynecology A department of Culpeper Medical Center 540-321-3002 | 633 Sunset Lane, Culpeper  www.NovantHealthUVA.org/UVAobgyn

knee injuries; carpal tunnel, trigger finger, cubital tunnel and other hand/wrist conditions; fracture care and repair; and adult and pediatric spine conditions. Our physicians provide both surgical and non-surgical treatment specific to your condition.

UVA Surgical Services A department of Culpeper Medical Center 540-825-2600 | www.NovantHealthUVA.org/UVASurgical 541 Sunset Lane, Suite 103, Culpeper

UVA Surgical Services, a department of Culpeper Medical Center, offers access to surgeons specializing in a variety of outpatient and minimally-invasive procedures. You can get all your presurgery care and post-procedure follow-up in the comfort of your community. Our services include appendectomy; bowelobstruction surgery; breast surgical follow-up and diagnostic testing; colonoscopy; gallbladder surgery; urological in-office procedures and surgical follow-up. We participate in most major insurance plans, including Medicare.

Culpeper Medical Center Physical Therapy & Rehab | Culpeper 540-829-4460 425 Meadowbrook Shopping Center, Culpeper

Culpeper Medical Center Physical Therapy & Rehab | Madison 540-948-3620 | 1480 N. Main St., Ste B, Madison, VA 22727

Culpeper Medical Center Physical Therapy & Rehab | Powell Wellness Center 540-829-4162 | 1005 Golf Drive www.NovantHealthUVA.org/rehab

We offer therapy for patients who require rehabilitation services after injury or illness. Our three outpatient clinics provide comprehensive physical, occupational, and speech therapy as well as treating orthopedic conditions, such as lower-back pain, shoulder pain, post-surgery recovery, joint replacement and arthritis. The center also offers general physical therapy services, specialty services, dry needling and sports rehab. Our certified and accredited therapists specialize in pain management and are trained to help you recover from disabilities associated with cancer, heart attack, stroke, brain injuries, and speech/hearing difficulties.

Prince William Medical Center 703-369-8000 | www.NovantHealthUVA.org/PrinceWilliam 8700 Sudley Road, Manassas, VA 20110

UVA Obstetrics & Gynecology, a department of Culpeper Medical Center, provides care to women with both low- and high-risk pregnancies. Our obstetrics and gynecological surgeons and maternal-fetal medicine sub-specialists work to provide comprehensive care to women with high-risk pregnancies. Our physicians will deliver your baby at Culpeper Medical Center. When medically necessary, your physician will work with UVA Medical Center to transfer your care, where the NICU and other advanced services are available for women and babies.

We proudly serve 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 is complemented by outpatient services in Gainesville, Haymarket, Culpeper and Woodbridge.

UVA Orthopedics

571-284-1000 | www.NovantHealthUVA.org/Haymarket 15225 Heathcote Blvd., Haymarket, VA 20169

A department of Culpeper Medical Center 540-321-3120 | www.NovantHealthUVA.org/UVAOrtho 541 Sunset Lane, Suite 305, Culpeper

UVA Orthopedics, a department of Culpeper Medical Center, provides care for conditions affecting the joints, muscles and bones for the entire family, including hip, knee and shoulder arthritis (joint replacements); rotator cuff tears, labral tears and shoulder instability; ACL and meniscus tears, ligament tears and

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Haymarket Medical Center Welcoming a new era in healthcare where achieving good health is just the beginning. We’re proud to provide personalized care in our campus in Haymarket, home to our 60-bed, acute care hospital, physician offices, and Haymarket Ambulatory Surgery Center. We’ve invested in our facilities, services, technology and experts and we’re committed to continually advancing care for our communities.


This foundation was created in the memory of Ben Long and for support of individuals and families affected by substance abuse, depression and suicide.

We are your patient-centered, local, nonprofit communitybased hospice. Providing compassionate, comprehensive end-of-life care and grief support in Culpeper and the surrounding counties since 1980.

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For information and referrals: 540-825-4840 or 1-800-975-5501 hopva.org

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Outpatient Imaging Culpeper 540-321-3190 | www.OutpatientImagingCulpeper.com 509 S. Main Street, Suite 100, Culpeper A full-service imaging center dedicated to providing consistent, quality, state-of-the-art outpatient imaging services, with a deep commitment to customer service and patient care. It was Culpeper Medical Center's vision to create a value-based option for diagnostic imaging for patients for the imaging needs of the community.

Pamper Me Pink Mammography Fund Culpeper Medical Center 540-321-3190 | 540-829-4320 | 501 Sunset Lane, Culpeper The Pamper Me Pink Mammography Fund of Culpeper Medical Center provides free mammograms and follow-up imaging to women and men of financial need within our service area. Through the Pamper Me Pink Fund, founder Sharon Welch Clark and Culpeper Medical Center have helped hundreds of Culpeper residents who could not afford breast health services to benefit from lifesaving mammography screenings. 

SPECIALIZED MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Culpeper Home Medical 540-825-7576 | info@culpeperhomemedical.com 251 Southgate Shopping Center, Culpeper www.culpeperhomemedical.com Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. A full Service Home Medical Equipment Retail Store located in Culpeper. We carry all types of home medical equipment including hospital beds, lift chair recliners, wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, scooters, and many aids to daily living items as well.

Division of Rehabilitative Services/Virginia DARS 800-552-5019 | dars@dars.virginia.gov | www.Vadars.org Assistive technology available

Hospice Support of Fauquier County 540-347-5922 | 42 N Fifth Street, Warrenton www.hospicesupport.org A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing non-medical care to people with life-threatening or terminal illnesses. Hospice volunteers provide free compassionate care and respite for terminally ill patients and their families, and 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.

VISION & HEARING CARE America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses 540-423-6601, Americasbest.com for online appt. Scheduling 735 Dominion Square Shopping Center, Culpeper Accepts Medicaid

Culpeper Eye Associates 540-825-6676 | www.culpepereyecare.com 1116 Orange Road, Culpeper

Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Participates with many insurance companies, including Medicaid.

Culpeper Hearing Center A Hearing Health USA Company 540-829-9005 | 13220 Lovers Lane, Culpeper

The first and only full time independent audiology and hearing system dispensing practice in Culpeper and the surrounding counties, founded by Dr. Donna Mallory, Audiologist & Specialist

Eye Care of Virginia Dr. Miles W. Press, Optometrist 540-825-3937 | Eyecareofvirginia.com 801 James Madison Hwy., Culpeper

Whatever your needs are, Eye Care of Virginia is proud to provide Culpeper, Virginia with reliable eye exams, quality eye care, and prescriptions for corrective lenses. Eye Care of Virginia can provide you with correct vision assessment and care that you need. Dr. Miles Press performs difficult eye exams depending on the needs of the patient. Below are some of the standard exams we offer: DMV visual exams, retina check, pediatric, diabetic, contacts including soft lens and MiSight 1 day disposable contacts for reducing myopia in children and blood pressure checkups.

HearingLife 540-640-6119 | us@HearingLife.com 700 Southridge Parkway, Suite 309, Culpeper

Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Complimentary hearing assessments. Hearing Aids.

Mid-Day Lions Club/Sight and Hearing Tests 540-727-1055 mail@culpeperlions.org | P.O. Box 777, Culpeper

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to qualified residents of the County for the testing and procurement, if necessary, of eyeglasses and hearing aids. For children during the school year they should report to their school nurse for referral to the Lions Club. Adults should apply to The Department of Human Services located at SAM’S place, 210 E. Stevens St., Suite 300. When school is not in session, parents should apply for assistance for their children at the SAM’S Place location.

Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired 703-359-1100

See full listing under Disabilities

MONEY, INSURANCE, TAXES Community Touch 540-439-9300 | 10499 Jericho Rd. Bealton, VA 22712

Hour: Monday-Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Financial mentoring and emergency assistance for the truly needy.

Enroll Virginia 540-741-2447 or 888-392-5132 1301 Sam Perry Blvd Suite #100, Fredericksburg www.enrollva.org

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.

First Call for Help Call 211

A no-charge source for referrals to information and resources for Culpeper and other citizens.

People Inc. - Financial Services 571-359-3897 | www.peopleinc.net 233 East Davis Street Suite 300, Culpeper

People Inc. provides business and personal loans to qualified applicants in Culpeper. Our personal loans are low-interest and can be used for debt consolidation, car loans, medical bills and more. Small business services provide loans, technical assistance and training. Credit counseling is available as a part of both services.

Social Security Administration 877-531-4694 | www.socialsecurity.gov 1014 South Main Street, Culpeper

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. Postal and online applications only during Covid.

IRS Free File Program www.irs.gov/filing/free-file-do-your-federal-taxes-for-free

Free File is just one way the IRS helps millions of taxpayers file their taxes for free. If your or your family's AGI is less than $72,000 you are eligible to use one of these brand-name tools for free, directly from IRS.gov. IRS Free File is a partnership between the IRS and the Free File Alliance, a group of industry-leading privatesector tax preparation companies that have agreed to provide free commercial online tax preparation and electronic filing.

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RAPPAHANNOCK RAPIDAN COMMUNITY SERVICES (RRCS) 540-825-3100| P.O. Box 1568/15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper | www.rrcsb.org | rrcsb@rrcsb.org

RRCS is the area’s largest social services agency. It serves Culpeper, Madison, Orange, Rappahannock, and Fauquier Counties. Programs are designed to help older persons, individuals with long-term care needs, and those with mental health or intellectual / developmental disability challenges.

RRCS/Aging and Transportation Services 540-825-3100

Provides a comprehensive array of services for individuals/families including: Senior Centers, Home-Delivered Meals, Respite Care Services, Adult Day Care, Advocacy/Outreach/Care Coordination, the Voice Of Experience newsletter, Senior Medicare Patrol, Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program, Care-AVan Program, Emergency Medical Alert Program, Fan Care, LongTerm Care Ombudsman Program, RRCS Volunteer Program, and the Protective Money Management Program.

RRCS/Bridges 540-825-3100 | adiorio@rrcsb.org 13523 Beverly’s Ford Road, Elkwood

This program offers day-support and pre-vocational services for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Bridges utilizes a person-centered approach to provide training and support including meaningful community activities and inclusivity. For more information, contact Arlene Diorio, Day Support Program Manager at the listed phone number or email address

RRCS/Children’s Behavioral Health Support Coordination 540-672-2990, Extension 108 | CHILDservices@rrcsb.org www.rrcsb.org/infant-youth-services/child-adolescentbehavioral-health-support-coordination/

Support coordination services help children/families learn, find, and access services to address behavioral, developmental, and social needs of children from birth to 18 years old. Various types of support coordination services are available to address specific needs. Families may request information and services. Referrals are completed by primary care physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, teachers, parents, and social workers.

RRCS/Community Support Division 540-825-3100 | www.rrcsb.org/adult-services

Services for individuals with an intellectual disability, developmental disability, or serious mental illness include: support coordination to assist in evaluating, linking, monitoring, and advocating for services to meet individual’s identified needs. ID Group Homes provide independent living skills training to adult residents in a 24-hour supervised setting. In-home supports are “drop-in” skill-building services for adults living in their own apartment or family’s home. The Visions Clubhouse offers a structured day program of rehabilitation services.

RRCS/Inpatient Substance Abuse Services/ Boxwood 540-547-2760 | rrcsb@rrcsb.org 15511 Guinn Lane, Culpeper

Services include motivational enhancement therapy, individual psychotherapy, education groups, group therapy, women’s


alternatives (an intensive outpatient program for chemically dependent women), drug screening, acupuncture, and case management services. Treatment at Boxwood educational sessions, lectures, relapse prevention, and counseling. Boxwood Detox is a 7-day medically monitored program for withdrawal from substances.

RRCS/Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services/Culpeper Behavioral Health Clinic 540-825-5656 | rrcsb@rrcsb.org | www.rrcsb.org 650 Laurel Street, Culpeper Outpatient services aid individuals who are dealing with mental health or substance abuse issues that are impacting their life. Individual, family, and group therapy as well as psychiatric services are available for children through adults.

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RRCS/VICAP

540-825-3100 | www.rrcsb.org

The Virginia Insurance Counseling Assistance Program (VICAP) is part of a national network of programs that offers free, unbiased, confidential counseling and assistance for people who have Medicare or are about to enroll in Medicare. VICAP counselors are certified and trained to assist individuals in understanding all Medicare benefits, including Medicare, Medicare Part D, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medigap, and Long-Term Care Insurance. Counselors are available by appointment. Please call and specify your county so we can direct you to the appropriate VICAP counselor.

RRCS Young Adult Coordinated Care (YACC)

RRCS/Prevention Services

See full listing under Counseling and Mental Health

540-825-3100 | rrcsb@rrcsb.org |www.rrcsb.org www.rrcsb.org/prevention-services prevention@rrcsb.org

RRCS/Protective Money Management Program

RRCS Prevention Services addresses community issues impacting citizens of all ages by implementing evidence-based prevention programs based on researched risk and protective factors and by working in partnership with community coalitions. Prevention services provides evidence-based programs and training focused on substance abuse, opioid/prescription medication misuse and suicide prevention. Prevention programs and training include: Mental Health First Aid, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s), Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training, Overdose Reversal Training (REVIVE), and Community Presentations on Resiliency and Life Skills Development.

540-825-3100 P.O. Box 1568/15361 Bradford Road, Culpeper

RRCS/Warrenton Adult Day Healthcare Center 540-347-2797 | Aging Support Coordinator 540-825-3100 430 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton

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SUPPORT GROUPS Alzheimer’s Association Central & Western Virginia See our listing under Aging and Senior Services

American Cancer Society 800-227-2345 24-hour helpline At our National Cancer Information Center trained Cancer Information Specialists can answer questions 24 hours a day, every day of the year to empower you with accurate, up to date information to help you make educated health decisions. We connect patients, caregivers, and family members with valuable services and resources. Or ask us how you can get involved and support the fight against cancer.

Bereavement Support/Hospice Of The Piedmont 540-718-5323 Hospice of the Piedmont offers free individual and group bereavement support to everyone in the community. Children and adults. Groups held throughout the year. Please contact Craig Wilt for more information.

Celebrate Recovery (Substance Abuse) The Bridge Community Church Office 540-341-7409 | 8776 James Madison Highway, Warrenton Meets Fridays at 7 PM

Multiple Sclerosis Support/National Multiple Sclerosis Society 1-800-344-4867 | 202-296-5363 www.nationalmssociety.org Offers a range of programs and services to help individuals and families cope with the everyday demands of living with multiple sclerosis. The chapter provides emotional support, self-help groups, limited financial assistance, referrals to healthcare and community professionals, and assistance with employment. The chapter also offers education and wellness programs to clients and families, advocacy, and educational opportunities for professionals.

Pamper Me Pink Mammography Fund

monthly meetings and events we are humbled and blessed to help empower single moms in our community. While we have yet to resume our monthly meetings, we remain as a resource and support for our moms and families.

Spinal Cord Injury Support Group Brenda.guevara20@gmail.com | 703-725-6409

Meets every third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM on the App Google Meets

Spiritual Care Support Ministries 540-349-5814 | www.scsm.tv 7179 New Hope Lane, Warrenton

Spiritual Care Support Ministries (SCSM) provides faith-based education, training, counseling, and spiritual support for those who are ill, dying, grieving, experiencing personal losses, and for those who journey with them. Their mission is to give people strength and faith during the most difficult times of their lives. Services are free, donations are appreciated.

Team Jordan Survivors for Life Support Group (Suicide Survivors) 434-825-8913 Facilitator: Alan Rasmussen, arasmussen@rrcsb.org,

Support group sponsored by Team Jordan for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Support group meets the 3rd Monday of each month from 7-8:30PM.

YoungLives | Young Life Culpeper 540-729-9276 | P.O Box 803, Culpeper facebook.com/CulpeperYoungLives ylives.culpeper@gmail.com

YoungLives Culpeper offers mentoring, birth, and parenting preparation classes to pregnant and parenting teens in the following schools: Culpeper Middle School, Floyd T. Binns Middle School, Culpeper High School, Eastern View High School, and to any pregnant or parenting teen in Culpeper who need support. YoungLives is a component of Young Life Culpeper. Through genuine friendships it helps teens “discover together what it means to live life to the fullest in a relationship with God.”

TRANSPORTATION

See full listing under UVA Health System

Parkinson’s Piedmont Support Group 540-222-6000 (Kendal) | www.parkinsonspiedmont.org Meets every 3rd Monday at 12:15 pm – 2:00 pm. Please call Kendal for the location

Remington Drug Diabetes Education Program 540-439-3247 | www.remingtondrug.com

AA Lightfoot Limousine 540-829-0997 | www.lightfootlimo.com 13908 Eggbornsville Road, Culpeper

AA Lightfoot is a taxi and limousine and airport service that will transport clients wherever needed. Fares vary according to times and distances. 24 hour service. Logisticare/Medicaid provider.

Our Diabetes Self-Management Education program, accredited by the Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists, provides 10 hours of education customized to needs in a small group setting. The sessions may be divided into five 2- hour sessions or ten 1-hour sessions. Our program is Medicare approved and we do participate with some commercial insurance plans. A referral from your provider is required.

American Cancer Society – Road to Recovery

Single Mothers United - Culpeper

800-872-7245 | www.amtrak.com

Michelle@SingleMothersUnited.org At SMU, we want our members to find encouragement and support from others who are or have faced the challenges of single parenthood. We also want to provide resources to prepare moms to be successful, despite their circumstances. Through our

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800-227-2345

Transportation services for cancer patients to cancer treatments and appointments, in the Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock area. Free of charge, donations accepted. Allow for 4 business days’ notice.

Amtrak Amtrak provides passenger rail service to and from The Depot in downtown Culpeper.

Care-A-Van Program 540-825-3100 extension 3358


Provides transportation for persons age 60+ and anyone of any age with a disability, free of charge. The transportation request must be reserved at least 48 business hours prior to your appointment.

specialist will teach an individual or group of individuals how to navigate through the public transportation system. FAMS staff help coordinate ride requests for several area programs and volunteer service organizations.

Commuter Services

JLW Transport, LLC

RR Regional Transit 540-829-7450 | commute@rrregion.org www.rrcommute.org 420 Southridge Parkway, Culpeper

540-402-6174 10029 James Madison Hwy Warrenton, VA 20187

Improve your commute through carpools, vanpools, and other public transit options. Operates a ride share database, matching commuters with carpools and vanpools based on their destinations.

Culpeper Cab Company 540-829-7922 | www.culpepercab.com 16492 Greens Corner Road, Culpeper Flat rate service quoted prior to the ride, mini-van taxi services. Check for availability of handicap accessible vehicles. Advance reservation required. May not be operating due to Covid

FAMS Call Center RR Regional Transit 540-829-5300 | www.fams.org planinfo@rrregion.org | 420 Southridge Parkway, Culpeper The Foothills Area Mobility System (FAMS) Call Center is the one-stop, free transportation information referral source for the counties of Culpeper, Madison, Orange, Fauquier, and Rappahannock. They offer free travel training, where the mobility

Service Area: Culpeper County, Fauquier County, Front Royal, Madison County, and Orange County. Hours of operation are 6:00am - 10:00pm

LifeCare Medical Transport 540-752-5883 Provides various medical transportation services and can accommodate bed-ridden patients. For non-emergency medical transports with door-through-door, curb-to-curb, and doorto-door services. Call for reservations; 24 hours in advance is required.

ModivCare (Medicaid-reimbursed transportation) 866-386-8331 | transportation@dmas.virginia.gov www.Virginiamedicaid.dmas.virginia.gov A transportation broker for Medicaid clients attending medical appointments. Call the number on the back of Medicaid card at least five days in advance to provide information on the appointment, location and important details. If you become ill and your doctor can see you in less than five days, call Logisticare and request an Urgent Trip.

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IMPORTANT NUMBERS FOR VETERANS Bereavement Counseling 202-461-6530 vetcenter.bereavement@va.gov Civilian Health and Medical Program 800-733-8387

Virginia Regional Transit (VRT) 540-825-2456 | www.vatransit.org 1099 Brandy Knoll Court, Culpeper

On-Demand service is solely curb-to-curb service that provides transportation to the closest fixed route and/or specified destination. All equipment is liftequipped 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.

VETERANS SERVICES

Education 888-442-4551

American Legion VA Post 0330

Federal Recovery Coordination Program 877-732-4456

Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm

Headstones and Markers 800-697-6947 Health Care 877-222-8387 Home Loans 877-827-3702 Homeless Veterans 877-424-3838 Life Insurance 800-669-8477 Military One Source 800-342-9647; 800-342-9647 (espanol) National Cemetery Scheduling Office 800-535-1117 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255 (military and veterans press 1) or text 741741

Pension Management Center 877-294-6380; or 800-827-1000 Presidential Memorial Certificate Program 202-565-4964 Special Health Issues 800-749-8387 Spina Bifida/Children of Women Vietnam Veterans 888-820-1756 Telecommunication Device for the Deaf: (TDD) 800-829-4833 VA Benefits 800-827-1000

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540-825-9835 american.legion.330@gmail.com | Rixeyville, VA

American Red Cross Service to Armed Forces 434-979-7143 | www.americanredcross.org 1105 Rose Hill Drive, Charlottesville

The American Red Cross Service to Armed Forces division assists the military community (active duty, reservists and guard, veterans, and their families). Core services include supporting military hospitals and Veterans Affairs health care facilities, building strong families, and resilient communities and providing emergency communication services. To send an emergency message to a service member call 1 877-272-7337- service 24/7.

Burton Hammond VFW Post 2524 540-825-1910 12210 Sperryville Pike, P.O. Box 550 Culpeper

We meet the first and third Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Bingo every Friday night. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Bingo begins at 6:00 p.m. $1000 Jackpot guaranteed.

Hero’s Bridge 540-341-5378 | info@herosbridge.org | www.Herosbridge.org P.O. Box 861606, Warrenton, Virginia 20187

Hero’s Bridge is a nonprofit organization serving military veterans aged 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.

Operation First Response, Inc See listing in emergency services

The Veterans Consortium (202) 733-3317 (must leave a message)

Legal assistance, See Legal/Criminal Justice

Veteran Support 540-273-4733 | 219 E. Davis Street, Culpeper

Veterans Administration representatives are available to speak with Veterans the 4th Tuesday of each month from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. *Walk-ins & appointments are available* Call Brittany Jones: 540-471-4804 or Call Veterans Affairs at 1-800-698-2411 or Veterans Crisis Hotline @1-800-273-8255 .

Virginia Veteran and Family Support Maryann Bowersock | 540-273-8596 | maryann.bowersock@vec.virginia.gov Free: 877-285-1299 | Crisis: 1-800-273-8255 press 1

The Virginia Veteran & Family Support Program (VVFS) is operated statewide by the Virginia Department of Veterans Services and provides outreach, connection and support to veterans and their families as they address the challenges of military service, transition, deployments, post traumatic stress or other behavioral health concerns as well as traumatic brain injuries and physical injuries.


To be a leader with other community partners, to promote self-reliance and provide protection and support to enable individuals and families to fulfill their potential. Every family and individual in Culpeper will achieve optimum well-being in a community that fosters self-sufficiency, independence, health safety and mutual support. DSS SERVICES OFFERED Adoption - Adult Services Child Care Subsidies Child Welfare Services Companion Services First Call For Help Foster Care Foster/Adopt Parent Training (Pride) Guardianships Independent Living Program Long Term Care Services Medicaid SNAP TANF VIEW

OFF SITE SERVICES OFFERED Career Center Child Care Subsidies Early Head Start Families First Head Start Kid Central Day Care Medication Access Program Sam’s Place HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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GUÍA DE RECURSOS -

CULPEPER SALUDABLE Una comunidad de encrucijadas bellas Bienvenidos a la Guía de Recursos creada por la organización Culpeper Saludable. Vivimos en una comunidad hermosa - ubicada en las afueras de las montañas Blue Ridge pero cerca a los centros urbanos. Culpeper siempre ha sido un pueblo formado por encrucijadas - primero la encrucijada de los ríos Rappahannock y Rapidan, luego el cruce de los ferrocarriles y las autopistas. Ahora Culpeper es más bella por la encrucijada de las culturas y los idiomas. En los últimos años, ¡Culpeper se ha convertido en la segunda comunidad con el índice más alto en todo el país por el crecimiento de la población latina! Esto nos da mucho orgullo por la diversidad de gente y recursos ofrecidos en el condado. Aquí le presentamos esta guía de recursos. Esperamos que le sirva de mapa y que le ayude a encontrar la variedad de tesoros que tiene nuestra comunidad.

Comida

Cultura y Recreación

DISPENSA DE ALIMENTOS (Culpeper Food Closet)

IMPACTANDO CULPEPER

Referidos únicamente por medio de Servicios Sociales (Sam’s Place en 219 East Davis St. Los alimentos son provistos en casos de emergencias – comida suficiente para hasta 5 días. Abierta 9-12:00 lunes-viernes.

Página de Facebook, usada con el propósito de informar a la comunidad latina de Culpeper y sus alrededores, sobre cambios en Virginia y Culpeper sobre todo de juntas y programas beneficiarios. Esta página es para hacer cualquier pregunta que tengan y sobre todo apoyémonos como comunidad. Se encuentra información sobre licencias de conducir.

540-825-1177 | St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church 115 N. East St., Culpeper

MANNA MINISTRY

540-825-8616 | 215 South Main St., Culpeper Culpeper Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall 215 South Main St., Culpeper Almuerzo gratis para todos varios días,11:00 am – 12:30 pm

PEOPLE, INC. - Empowering Culpeper USDA Programa de Distribución de Alimentos 540-935-0047 | www.peopleinc.net

Proporciona alimentos para individuos o familias con ingresos familiares en o por debajo del 150% de las pautas federales de pobreza o que califican para SNAP (Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria), SSI (Seguridad de Ingreso Suplementario) o Medicaid. Cada tercer Sábado de 9 am a 11 am en Culpeper Iglesia Metodista Unida en 1233 Oaklawn Dr., Culpeper. La ayuda es siempre apreciada el Viernes anterior para ayudar a descargar y preparar el sitio.

SNAP (Estampillas de comida)

540-727-0372 | 1835 Industry Dr., Culpeper o Sam’s Place en 219 E Davis St, 540-727-1055 Ofrece ayuda para la compra de comida a familias de bajos recursos. Llame o visite a la oficina de Servicios Sociales para aplicar.

WIC

540-317-4129 | 640 Laurel St., Culpeper Ofrecido en el departamento de salud. Programa para Mujeres, Bebés y Niños (Women, Infants, and Children, WIC) es un programa de nutrición que ayuda a mujeres embarazadas, madres con bebés, bebés, y niños pequeños a comer bien, estar activos y mantenerse sanos. Ayuda y apoyo para las madres amamantando.

SALVATION ARMY

PARQUES Y RECREACIÓN DEL CONDADO (County Parks & Rec) 540-727-3412 | 131 N. Main St, Culpeper www.culpepercounty.gov

Programas deportivos y otras actividades para jóvenes y adultos. Información sobre el uso y el alquiler de los parques del condado: Spilman, Lenn, Culpeper Sports Complex, Linda Cutler-Kite Memorial, and Galbreath-Marshall.

PARQUES Y RECREACIÓN DEL PUEBLO (Town Parks & Rec) 540-829-8260 | www.culpeper.gov

Para reservar o alquilar un parque del pueblo: Yowell Meadow, Mountain Run Lake, Lake Pelham, Keyser Wayside, Wine St, and Rockwater.

CULPEPER FIESTA

Marilyn Dunphy | 540-729-9956 www.culpeperfiesta.org | facebook.com/culpeperfiesta La Fiesta no va a pasar en 2021. Una gran celebración cultural que se lleva a cabo cada año durante el mes de la herencia hispana. Provee un puente cultural entre la diversidad hermosa de la comunidad de Culpeper por medio de una noche de música, baile, educación, amistad, y comida rica. Búsquenos en facebook o en www. culpeperfiesta.org.

CULPEPER SOCCER CLUB

540-825-0886 | PO Box 1105, Culpeper www.culpepersc.org | office@culpepersoccer.net Liga de fútbol para jóvenes de 4 años hasta adulto. Programas y torneos para jugadores recreativos y competitivos.

CULPEPER FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION

540-317-5873 | 133 E Spencer St., Culpeper

PO Box 692, Culpeper www.cfa4kids.com | Secretary@cfa4kids.com

Ayuda con comida una vez al mes. Martes, miércoles y viernes, 9-5:00 pm.

Liga de fútbol americana y porristas que promuevan trabajo en equipo, integridad, y el espíritu deportivo.

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CULPEPER YOUTH BASKETBALL

540-547-9188 www.culpeperyouthbasketball.com culpeperyouthbasketball@outlook.com Liga de básquetbol para jóvenes de 6 a 16 años.

CULPEPER LITTLE LEAGUE

16358 Competition Drive, Culpeper www.tshq.bluesombrero.com/culpeperll culpeperllinfo@gmail.com facebook.com/CulpeperLittleLeague Liga de béisbol y sóftbol para hembras y varones.

Edad Avanzada

VIRGINIA SMALL FARM RESOURCE CENTER (Centro de recursos para las fincas pequeñas) Virginia Cooperative Extension Leonel Castillo, 804-524-3292 o 804-731-0230 lcastillo@vsu.edu

Donde los agricultores y ganaderos pequeños y principiantes de Virginia acceden a recursos integrales para ayudar a que sus negocios agrícolas sean rentables y sostenibles.

Emergencia 911 - Llame en caso de emergencia.

ASISTENCIA NO URGENTE 540-727-7900

AGING TOGETHER

Ayuda de la policía del pueblo de Culpeper en situaciones que no son urgentes.

Un esfuerzo para ayudar a las comunidades con las necesidades especiales para las personas de edad avanzada. Aseguramos que tienen los servicios y apoyo que necesitan.

CRUZ ROJA AMERICANA

CENTRO DE ANCIANOS (Senior Center)

La Cruz Roja Americana previene y alivia el sufrimiento humano que causa una emergencia, movilizando el poder de los voluntarios y la generosidad de los donantes.

540-829-6405

540-829-6405 | 710 US Ave, Culpeper

Un lugar donde se reúnen personas mayores de 60 años para formar amistades y además reciben almuerzo gratis diariamente.

Educación Para Adultos PACT PACT es un programa creado para ayudar a la comunidad. Por el momento estamos proveyendo clases de inglés básico para adultos y tutoría para estudiantes de K-12 grado. Se puede comunicar con nosotros vía e-mail info@pactculpeper.org o por texto/llamada al 540219-9303 para más información.

PIEDMONT REGIONAL ADULT & CONTINUING EDUCATION

434-979-7143 or 1-800-RED-CROSS 1105 Rose Hill Dr, Charlottesville | www.redcross.org

CONTROL DE VENENOS (Poison Control) 800-222-1222

Para ayuda cuando alguien ha estado expuesto a un veneno o una sustancia tóxica.

PREVENCIÓN DE SUICIDIO 800-273-8255

Llamar para ayuda si tiene pensamientos de suicidio o si está preocupado por otra persona.

PRIMERA LLAMADA PARA AYUDA Llame 211

Clases de inglés y GED.

Referidos para vivienda transicional y subsidiaria, cupones de alimentos, ropa, y más. Se provén servicios de rehabilitación para aquellos con discapacidades recientes.

CENTRO FAMILIAR DE CULPEPER COUNTY SCHOOLS

VIOLENCIA DOMESTICA

540-718-8243

540-445-5025 | 540-485-4134 (fax) 101 Duke St., Suite 119 Culpeper

800-825-8876 | www.safejourneys.org

El Centro Familiar es un servicio de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Culpeper (en Inglés CCPS). El Centro facilita el ingreso a las Escuelas de Culpeper para estudiantes quienes tienen un idioma diferente al inglés, proporcionando recursos a los padres y colaborar con todas las familias que apoyan el aprendizaje. Horas de la Oficina: L-V, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

501 East Piedmont St., Culpeper

CULPEPER LITERACY COUNCIL 540-825-5804

Clases de inglés, GED, y ciudadanía. GED (en español) 540-522-4467 | reparamos a personas para su GED.

AGRICULTORES MINORITARIOS Y VETERANOS DEL PIEDMONT info@mvfp.org | 915-408-8136

Una organización sin ánimo de lucro. Su objetivo es desarrollar oportunidades de aprendizaje educativo y experiencial a través de la instrucción práctica. Funcionan para promover la capacitación, el entrenamiento, y las tutorías para las minorías, los veteranos, los agricultores, y los jóvenes, tanto urbanos como rurales.

SAFE

Servicio gratuito y confidencial de apoyo a sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica y asalto sexual.

PRIMERA LLAMADA PARA AYUDA (First Call for Help) (540) 229-3816 | 1935 Industry Drive, Culpeper

Ayuda con la desconexión de la electricidad, desalojos, y situaciones de crisis. Lunes-Viernes, 8:00-4:30. Fuera de horas, deje mensaje.

Empleo CAREER RESOURCE CENTER

540-727-1055 | 210 East Stevens St., Culpeper

CENTRO DE FUERZA LABORAL -(Culpeper Workforce Center & Goodwill Job Help Center) 540-212-4570 | 210 East Stevens St., 2do Piso, Culpeper

Asistencia gratis y bilingüe con la búsqueda de empleo y formulación de currículos. Administramos becas para los estudios. También, planeamos ferias del trabajo ¡Se habla espanol! Ayudamos con el proceso y los pagos del programa de desempleo.

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La Ley

INFANT TODDLER CONNECTION 540-829-7480

LEGAL AID WORKS

Servicios de intervenciones para el desarrollo saludable de bebés y niños hasta 35 meses de edad. Se hacen evaluaciones y aceptamos Medicaid.

Provee asistencia legal civil a individuos y familias de bajos ingresos con problemas del consumidor, vivienda, domésticos, desempleo, y más.

KIDS CENTRAL

US Citizenship & Immigration Services (Servicios de EEUU para ciudadanía y la inmigración)

Programas antes y después de la escuela ofrecidos en todas las escuelas primarias y todo el día durante el verano. Costo de acuerdo al ingreso y recursos.

540-825-3131 | 122 Sunset Lane, Unit 1200; Culpeper

800-375-5283

UVA CLINICA DE LA LEY DE INMIGRACION (Legal Aid Justice Center) 434-977-0553

Ofrecen ayuda legal para personas en detención. Gratis. Dan referencias para otros asuntos de inmigración.

Licencias LICENCIA DE CONDUCIR (DMV)

866-368-5463 | 18505 Crossroad Pkwy., Culpeper Lunes a viernes, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sábado 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

LICENCIA DE PESCAR (Culpeper Town Office) 540-829-8220 400 South Main St., Suite 109, Culpeper

Adquirir licencia para pescar en el pueblo de Culpeper. También se necesita licencia del estado de Virginia que puede comprar en Walmart y otros lugares.

Niños PACT PACT es un programa creado para ayudar a la comunidad. Por el momento estamos proveyendo clases de inglés básico para adultos y tutoría para estudiantes de K-12 grado. Se puede comunicar con nosotros vía e-mail info@pactculpeper.org o por texto/llamada al 540219-9303 para más información.

540-820-2124 | 1401 Old Fredericksburg Rd., Culpeper

NIÑAS CORRIENDO (Girls on the Run)

Kathy Butler 540-296-GOTR PO Box 245, Warrenton | www.gotrpiedmont.org kathy.butler@girlsontherun.org Durante 10 semanas, niñas de tercero a quinto grado pueden participar en el programa de clases después de la escuela. Heart & Sole (Corazón y Suela) es un programa para niñas de sexto a octavo grado. Girls on the Run (Niñas corriendo) y Heart & Sole (Corazón y Suela) crean un espacio de estructura positiva para que las niñas aprendan de sí mismas, exploren nuevas ideas, cultiven empatía, desarrollen conexiones y destrezas para la vida.

Programa de 4-H

540-727-3435 | 101 S. West St., Culpeper Clubes y campamentos para jóvenes. Ofrecen programas que contribuyen al desarrollo.

SILLAS DE CARRO

Policía de Culpeper | 540-727-3430 740 Old Brandy Rd., Culpeper Chequeos gratis de la seguridad de los asientos del carro. Ver también, Departamento de Salud.

VIDAS JÓVENES (YoungLives)

540-729-9276 | facebook.com/CulpeperYoungLives ylives.culpeper@gmail.com Apoyo, amistades, recursos, y grupos para madres jóvenes.

MOM2MOM

BIBLIOTECA

KirstanAKnipple@gmail.com. Mensajes de texto: 540-360-1468

Tienen libros en español incluyendo para el examen de GED. Se provee tarjeta de identificación para el uso de la biblioteca. Programas para niños.

Apoyamos a familias en hallar programas locales que necesitan para mejorar el cuidado de sus familias y en aplicar para los programas cuando sea necesario. También ayudamos con proveer pañales, toallas húmedas, fórmula para bebés, productos de higiene personal, y más durante etapas de necesidad. No hay límite de ingreso. Sin hacer preguntas.

BUEN COMIENZO (Head Start & Early Head Start)

AUTISM SPEAKS (El Autismo Habla)

Preparan a los niños para la escuela por medio de programas preescolares a bajo costo y otras ayudas para la salud, la educación, y servicios sociales.

Ayuda e información sobre el autismo.

CUIDO DE LOS NIÑOS

CULPEPER HOSPITAL AUXILIARY THRIFT SHOP

540-825-8691 www.youseemore.com/culpeper/para horario 271 Southgate Shopping Center, Culpeper

540-829-2330 | 1401 Old Fredericksburg Rd., Culpeper

Sandra Taylor | 540-727-1055 ext. 408 Career Resource Center | 210 East Davis St., Culpeper Aplicaciones disponibles para ayuda con el costo del cuidado de los niños.

ESCUELA PUBLICA (Culpeper County Schools) 540-825-3677 ext. 3113

En español: 888-772-9050. www.autismspeaks.org

Ropa 540-825-7523 513 Meadowbrook Shopping Center, Culpeper

EL CLÓSET DEL BEBÉ (Baby Closet)

540-727-0156 | ylives.culpeper@gmail.com facebook.com/culpeperyounglives

FAMILIAS PRIMERAS (Families First)

Un ministerio para madres adolescentes que provee ropa y otros artículos para su bebé.

Agencia que apoya a los padres a través de la educación para proveer la independencia de sus hijos para que crezcan a su potencial máxima.

FULL CIRCLE THRIFT

540-321-3072

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540-727-8716 | 12308 Sperryville Pike, Culpeper


GOODWILL

540-829-8068 | 504 Culpeper Town Square, Culpeper

Salud Alcohólicos Anónimos

540-229-4456 | 205B S. East St., Culpeper Ayuda y apoyo para un problema con la bebida.

CARIDADES CATÓLICAS 540-371-1124

Servicios de asesoramiento.

Clínica Gratis (Free Clinic)

540-829-5032 | freeclinic@culpeperwellness.org 610 Laurel St., Suite 3, Culpeper, VA 22701 https://freeclinicofculpeper.org Asistencia médica confidencial para adultos de 18 a 65 años sin seguro médico que viven en el condado de Culpeper y que tienen ingresos iguales o inferiores al 250% del nivel federal de pobreza. Para aplicar visite freeclinicofculpeper.org/services/eligibility/. No se requiere de número social. Se habla Español! Horario: Lunes, Martes, Jueves 9 am - 3 pm; Miércoles 9 am - 12:00 pm; y el 1er y 3er Jueves de cada mes 5 - 8 pm.

COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF THE RAPPAHANNOCK REGION

540-735-0560 | www.cvhsinc.org 1965 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Fredericksburg Clínica federal con servicios para todos personas con precios reducidos, basados en ingreso de la familia. Servicios incluyen: 1) Cuido básico, chequeos para deportes, empleo, y escuela; manejo de enfermedades crónicas; chequeos para enfermos 2) Cuidado dental 3) Salud y comportamiento – terapia para individuales, familias, parejas, y grupos; tratamiento para ansiedad, problemas en la escuela, aflicción, manejo de estrés, asuntos de trauma de los inmigrantes y refugiados; y más.

MED EXPRESS

540-825-2202 | 1420 S. Main St., Culpeper Cuido para problemas médicos que no sean emergencias. No se necesita cita. Aceptan seguro de salud, incluye la mayoría de tipos de Medicaid.rf

MEDICAID

540-727-0372 Culpeper Human Services, 1835 Industry Dr., Culpeper o Sam’s Place, 210 East Steven’s St., Suite 300, Culpeper Seguro de salud para los niños que nacieron en los Estados Unidos.

PAUL STEFAN HOGAR 540-854-2300

Un albergue para mujeres solteras que están embarazadas.

PIEDMONT CLINICA DENTAL REGIONAL 540-661-0008 | www.vaprd.org 13296 James Madison Hwy., Orange facebook.com/PRDC1

Cuidado dental asequible para la familia entera. Especialistas para niños pequeños. Se habla español. Ofrecen extracciones sin cita previa los lunes de 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

ThriVe Women’s Healthcare (previamente el Centro del Embarazo)

540-727-0400 (llamada o texto) 18484 Crossroad Pkwy, Culpeper www.virginiapregnancy.org | culp@virginiapregnancy.org Servicios del embarazo confidenciales. Proveemos: pruebas de embarazo gratuitas; ultrasonidos para pacientes que califican; pruebas para detectar enfermedades de transmisión sexual; consejería sobre las relaciones; educación en cuanto al embarazo, el aborto, y la adopción; artículos para maternidad y niñez.

Servicios Sociales

COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD

REFUGIADOS

Ofrecen servicios de asesoramiento profesional, salud mental, abuso de sustancias controladas y el alcoholismo. Costos de acuerdo a ingresos.

Servicios de migración y refugiados.

CULPEPER MEDICAL WALK-IN CLINIC

540-727-1055 219 East Davis St., Culpeper.

540-825-5656 | 650 Laurel St., Culpeper

540-727-8880 451 James Madison Hwy., Suite 104, Culpeper

540-899-6507

SAM’S PLACE

Cuido para problemas médicos que no sean emergencias. No se necesita cita. Aceptan seguro de salud, incluye Medicaid.

En conjunto con otras organizaciones se proporciona ayuda con víveres, ropa, muebles, vivienda, lentes, y prótesis del oído. Aplicaciones para los servicios sociales disponibles.

DEPARTAMENTO DE SALUD

SALVATION ARMY

Salud de la mujer, programa de WIC, control de enfermedades contagiosas o de transmisión sexual, referidos a otros servicios, pruebas de VIH, y más. Consejera de la lactancia.

Ayuda con necesidades básicas, incluye comida. Martes, miércoles, y viernes, 9-5:00 pm.

540-829-7350 | 640 Laurel St., Culpeper

540-317-5873 133 E Culpeper St, Culpeper

FAHASS, Culpeper Care Services

SEGURIDAD SOCIAL (Social Security Administration)

540-907-4555, ex 142 219 E. Stevens St., 3rd Floor, Suite 100, Culpeper

877-531-4694 1014 S Main St, Culpeper

Chequeos para el VIH, gratis.

Para obtener una tarjeta y número de seguro social. También se aplica aquí para beneficios de discapacidad (Disability).

EL HOSPITAL (Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center)

SERVICIOS SOCIALES (DSS)

540-829-4100 | 501 Sunset Lane, Culpeper

540-727-0372 | 1835 Industry Dr., Culpeper

Servicios para todos tipos de problemas médicos. El centro familiar para el nacimiento está disponible para todos partos; ofrecen ayuda financiera. 540.829.4114.

Programas: Ayuda con los biles, comida, y ropa; Discapacidad; Estampillas (tarjeta de SNAP) de comida; Medicaid; Protección para adultos y niños.

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BWell Today for Tomorrow/The Jacob Mark Blackwell and Andrea Saenz Memorial Fund.......................................................................24 Canine Companions for Independence ........................................19 Capital Caring Health.......................................................................30 Care-A-Van Program........................................................................36 Career Resource Center....................................................................17 CASA of Culpeper - People Inc.......................................................27 CASA of Culpeper/People Inc.........................................................22 Celebrate Recovery (Substance Abuse)..........................................36 Central Virginia Health Services (CVHS) ....................................14 Challenger/Culpeper Little League.................................................19 Child Care Subsidies.........................................................................17 Childhelp Alice C. Tyler Village........................................................ 9 Child Protective Services..................................................................18 Child Support Call Center................................................................. 9 Child Support Enforcement............................................................... 9 Christ-Centered Addiction Restoration Services (CARS)............. 7 Christ In Action................................................................................... 6 Chrysalis Counseling Centers, Inc..................................................14 Clara’s House Food Pantry/Community Touch Inc......................23

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Cleansing Water, Inc.........................................................................30 CNE at the PATH Resource Center................................................24 Come As You Are (CAYA)................................................................. 7 Commonwealth Autism (CA).........................................................19 Community Housing Partners Weatherization Program ...........24 Community Touch............................................................................34 Commuter Services...........................................................................37 Companion Services Program.........................................................18 Culpeper Baptist CDC......................................................................10 Culpeper Cab Company...................................................................37 Culpeper County Christian Ministerial Association....................14 Culpeper County Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management...... 6 Culpeper County Health Department / Rappahannock Rapidan Health District...................................................................................28 Culpeper County Library.................................................................11 Culpeper County Parks & Recreation Department......................11 Culpeper County Public Safety Communication Center / E-911.6 Culpeper County Public Schools Family Resource Center.........12 Culpeper County Public Schools Parent Teacher Resource Center 19 Culpeper County Sheriff ’s Office ..................................................... 6 Culpeper Dental Group....................................................................28 Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market...........................................23 Culpeper Eye Associates...................................................................33 Culpeper Fiesta..................................................................................12 Culpeper Health and Rehabilitation...............................................26 Culpeper Hearing Center ................................................................33 Culpeper Home Medical..................................................................33 Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop.......................................10 Culpeper Housing and Shelter Services.........................................27 Culpeper Human Services Energy Assistance...............................24 Culpeper Kids Dentistry..................................................................... 9 Culpeper Law Explorer Program....................................................12 Culpeper Literacy Council...............................................................12 Culpeper Medical Center Physical Therapy & Rehab | Culpeper...........................................................................32 Culpeper Medical Center Physical Therapy & Rehab | Madison............................................................................32 Culpeper Medical Center Physical Therapy & Rehab | Powell Wellness Center..................................................32 Culpeper Medical Walk-In Clinic & Primary Care......................28 Culpeper Overdose Awareness.......................................................... 7 Culpeper Parent Teacher Resource Center...................................... 9 Culpeper Police Department............................................................. 6 Culpeper Police Department - Car Seat Installation and Safety Checks................................................................................................... 9 Culpeper Senior Center...................................................................... 8 Culpeper Treatment Services............................................................. 7 Culpeper United Methodist Church...............................................24 Culpeper United Methodist Church Day Care.............................10 Culpeper United Methodist Church food program......................23 Culpeper Wellness Foundation.......................................................24 Culpeper Winter Heat Shelter.........................................................27 Culpeper Youth, Inc..........................................................................12 Dawn Klemann, PsyD, CSOTP.......................................................26 Demand-Response Transportation Service (VRT).......................20 Diabetes Education Program/ Remington Drug Store.................28 Didlake................................................................................................20 Disability Law Center of VA (DLCV).............................................20

Disability Law Center of VA (DLCV).............................................27 disAbility Resource Center...............................................................20 Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS)......................................20 Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS)......................................22 Division of Rehabilitative Services/Virginia DARS .....................33 Dogwood Village of Orange County..............................................26 Domestic Violence Hotline..............................................................22 Down Syndrome Association of Northern VA (DSANV)...........20 Drug Take Back Program by the Culpeper Police Department..29 Empowering Culpeper USDA Food Distribution Program/People Inc........................................................................................................23 Empowering Families Program-Substance Abuse.......................... 7 Empowering Families Program-Therapy.......................................14 Energy Assistance..............................................................................18 Enroll Virginia...................................................................................34 Eye Care of Virginia .........................................................................33 FAHASS HIV Testing........................................................................29 Families First........................................................................................ 9 Family Care of Culpeper..................................................................29 Family Focus Counseling Services..................................................14 Family Shelter Services, Inc.............................................................27 FAMS Call Center.............................................................................37 Fauquier Health Rehabilitation & Nursing Center.......................26 FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)........................ 6 First Call for Help .............................................................................34 First Call for Help Crisis Situations.................................................... 6 FirstLight Home Care.......................................................................30 Food Closet/St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church.................................23 Foothills Housing Network................................................................ 6 Foothills Housing Network Central Entry.....................................27 Forever Free........................................................................................22 Foster/Adopt Parent Training (PRIDE).........................................18 Free Clinic of Culpeper.....................................................................29 Free To Be ADHD Coaching...........................................................20 Full Circle Thrift - Culpeper ...........................................................10 Germanna Community College......................................................12 Girls on the Run Piedmont..............................................................12 Guardianships....................................................................................18 Habitat for Humanity, Culpeper County.......................................27 Hallmark Youthcare............................................................................ 9 Haymarket Medical Center .............................................................32 Hazel River Kids Care.......................................................................10 Head Start...........................................................................................10 Health Connect America..................................................................14 Healthy Culpeper..............................................................................24 HearingLife.........................................................................................33 Heritage Child Development Center..............................................10 Hero’s Bridge .....................................................................................38 Home Delivered Meals Service........................................................23 Home Instead Senior Care...............................................................30 Hope In Home Care..........................................................................31 Hope Water Wellness, LLC..............................................................15 Horse and Soul Counseling..............................................................15 Hospice of the Piedmont..................................................................31 Hospice Support of Fauquier County.............................................33 HOSPITAL SERVICES.....................................................................32 Independent Living Program...........................................................18 IRS Free File Program.......................................................................34 2022 CULPEPER RESOURCE GUIDE

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Jane C. Probst, MSW, LCSW, Trauma Therapist...........................15 JLW Transport, LLC..........................................................................37 Just Ask Trafficking Prevention Foundation .................................22 Just Neighbors....................................................................................27 Karen Loving, The Natural Spine ...................................................25 Kid Central / Culpeper County Child Care...................................10 KinderCare Learning Center...........................................................10 Leaflin Lane Apartments Senior Housing – RRCS.......................26 Legal Aid Works (LAW)...................................................................27 LGBTQ Partner Abuse and Sexual Assault Helpline....................22 LifeCare Medical Transport.............................................................37 Living the Dream Foundation.........................................................24 Long Term Care Services..................................................................18 Luckinbill Counseling, PLLC...........................................................15 Manna Ministry.................................................................................23 MedExpress Urgent Care Center.....................................................29 Medicaid and Medicaid Expansion.................................................31 Medicare Counseling & Information..............................................31 Medication Access Program............................................................18 Memory Café (virtual) ....................................................................... 9 Mid-Day Lions Club/Sight and Hearing Tests..............................29 Mid-Day Lions Club/Sight and Hearing Tests..............................33 Minority and Veteran Farmers of the Piedmont...........................12 ModivCare (Medicaid-reimbursed transportation).....................37 Multiple Sclerosis Support/National Multiple Sclerosis Society.36 NAACP Culpeper #7058..................................................................12 NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Piedmont Support Groups................................................................................................15 National Counseling Group Substance Abuse ............................... 7 National Library Service for the Blind and Handicapped...........20 Neighborhood Watch........................................................................27 New Hope Treatment Centers.........................................................15 Noah’s Ark Outreach/Community Touch, Inc..............................10 Northern Piedmont Community Foundation...............................24 Operation First Response, Inc........................................................... 6 Options Program...............................................................................12 Outpatient Imaging Culpeper..........................................................33 Overwhelmed How Can I Help, LLC............................................... 8 Parkinson’s Piedmont Support Group............................................36 PATH Volunteer Hub........................................................................24 Pathways, Inc., Powering Your Path................................................22 Paul Stefan Foundation.....................................................................16 People Inc. - Financial Services.......................................................34 Pet Therapy - Chapter 191 - Therapy Dogs International, Inc....26 Piedmont Area Soapbox Derby.......................................................12 Piedmont Community Resources United to Stop Heroin (CRUSH) 7 Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center.............................................27 Piedmont Regional Adult and Career Education Programs (PRACEP)....................................................................................................13 Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic...................................................28 Pilinut Press, Inc................................................................................13 Postpartum Support Virginia .........................................................16 Powell Wellness Center-Fitscripts...................................................25 Powell Wellness Center - Wellness..................................................26 Power Pack Program.........................................................................23 Pranapiloga (Yoga and Wellness)....................................................26 Prince William Medical Center ......................................................32 Protective Money Management Program........................................ 8

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Quit Now Virginia............................................................................... 7 Rafala Professional Counseling Services........................................16 Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc.......................................10 Rappahannock-Rapidan Medical Reserve Corps and Health District........................................................................................................ 6 Reformation Lutheran Church Senior Adult Ministry.................. 8 Remington Drug Diabetes Education Program............................36 Reva Mobile Food Pantry ................................................................23 RRCS/Aging and Transportation Services.....................................34 RRCS/Bridges ...................................................................................34 RRCS/Children’s Behavioral Health Support Coordination........34 RRCS/Community Support Division.............................................34 RRCS Community Support Division Intellectual.........................20 RRCS Crisis Services (Emergency Svc. & Crisis Intervention Team).................................................................................................... 6 RRCS Infant and Toddler Connection (ITC).................................. 9 RRCS/Inpatient Substance Abuse Services/Boxwood..................34 RRCS Mental Health Services, Culpeper Behavioral Health.......16 RRCS/Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services/ Culpeper Behavioral Health Clinic.................................................35 RRCS/Prevention Services...............................................................35 RRCS/Protective Money Management Program..........................35 RRCS Substance Use Services, Culpeper Behavioral Health......... 7 RRCS/VICAP.....................................................................................35 RRCS/Warrenton Adult Day Healthcare Center...........................35 RRCS Young Adult Coordinated Care (YACC)............................16 Safe Link Wireless.............................................................................25 SAFE, Services to Abused Families, Inc.........................................22 Sam’s Place Culpeper ........................................................................18 Savida Health....................................................................................... 7 SDG - Giving Addicts Hope.............................................................. 7 Section 8 Housing.............................................................................27 SHARE Food Network......................................................................23 Shiloh-Food Pantry/Monthly Food Distribution..........................23 Shooting Stars....................................................................................20 Silver Citizens’ Club..........................................................................13 Single Mothers United - Culpeper..................................................36 Smart Beginnings Rappahannock Area.........................................10 Social Security Administration........................................................34 Special Olympics Area 17.................................................................20 Spectrum Physical Therapy..............................................................30 Spinal Cord Injury Support Group.................................................36 Spiritual Care Support Ministries...................................................36 SpiritWorks-Warrenton...................................................................... 8 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (FOOD STAMPS)............................................................................................18 Team Jordan Suicide Prevention Coalition....................................24 Team Jordan Survivors for Life Support Group (Suicide Survivors) 36 Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF).......................18 The Arc of North Central Virginia..................................................19 Theatrical Arts...................................................................................13 The Culpeper......................................................................................26 The Foster Care Program.................................................................18 The Harbor at Renaissance Memory Care & Assisted Living......26 The Parenting Cooperative Program..............................................12 The Salvation Army Family Thrift Store, Donation Center and Social Services....................................................................................11 The Salvation Army of Virginia Piedmont Utility Assistance.....25


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Live Life Smiling Dr. Holly Eppard is proud to provide the latest in orthodontic care to children, teen and adults within the Culpeper community. Dr. Eppard offers a variety of treatment options to choose from, including 3M Clarity Advanced Clear braces, 3M Clarity Clear Aligners and Invisalign. Dr. Eppard received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Virginia Tech in 2003. She pursued her dental education at the West Virginia University School of Dentistry. After receiving her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree she chose to become a Specialist in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. She received a Certificate in Orthodontics and a Masters in Orthodontics from the West Virginia University Department of Orthodontics.

Holly Eppard DDS, MS

Dr. Eppard, a Virginia native, loves living in Culpeper near family and friends. When she isn’t creating amazing smiles, she enjoys spending time with her husband Scott, twin daughters Charli and Mila, son Colton and her pups Harvey and Otto.

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