YMCA Downtown

2 West Franklin Street Richmond, Virginia 23220

(804) 644-9622

www.ymcarichmond.org

The Downtown YMCA is a resource within your community of men, women and children committed to bringing about lasting personal and social change. With a focus on nurturing the potential of every child and teen, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing opportunities to give back and support neighbors, the Y enables youth, adults, families and communities to be healthy, confident, connected and secure. The Y provides programs for aquatics, health and wellness and community engagement.

Wellness Group Youth and Family Services

1510 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 101, Richmond, Virginia 23230

(804) 864-7673

www.vdh.virginia.gov/ofhs/childandfamily/ReproductiveHealth

The mission of The Wellness Group Youth and Family Services, Inc. is to provide effective mental health services that improve the lives of individuals and promote a healthier community. Our philosophy is built on the premise that services must be person-centered and adhere to the highest quality standards for our communities. Services offered are: Mental Health Skill Building, EPSDT, Therapeutic Day Treatment, Intensive In Home, Crisis Intervention, Residential Services, Parent Services, Family Counseling, Substance Abuse Counseling, Marriage Counseling, and Supportive Employment Services.

Richmond Peace Education Center

3500 Patterson Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23221

(804) 232-1002

www.rpec.org

RPEC works to foster peace & justice in the Richmond region. Its mission is to build just, inclusive and nonviolent communities through education and action. RPEC teaches conflict resolution to schools, community groups, and social agencies all across the region. These conflict resolution programs teach people healthy ways to prevent and resolve conflict. RPEC is the only group locally offering Healing and Rebuilding Our Communities, an intensive group-healing program for people who have experienced trauma. RPEC’s Richmond Youth Peace Project empowers teenagers to be leaders for nonviolence and social change. RPEC also educates about peaceful alternatives to war and works for racial justice. All of RPEC’s programs give people and communities the tools they need to effect change and to build a more peaceful and just community and world.

Peter Paul Development Center/Promise Neighborhood

1708 North 22nd Street Richmond, Virginia 23223

(804) 780-1195

www.peterpauldevcenter.org

Educate the Child. Engage the Community. Empower the Community. PPDC’s programs serve the children, families, and senior citizens of Richmond’s East End. The flagship Youth Program, Richmond Promise Neighborhood, the Senior Citizens Program, and Food Distribution Program bring resources and support to serve our community.

Full Circle Grief Center

10611 Patterson Avenue, Building 201, Richmond, Virginia 23238

(804) 912-2947

www.fullcircle.org

The mission of Full Circle is to provide comprehensive, professional bereavement support to children, adults, families, and communities. As a leader in their local community, Full Circle offers grief groups, remembrance programs, and educational trainings. All of their programs are led by experienced counselors or social workers and are offered at no cost to the participants.

Coventry Gardens Apartments/HUD Network Centers

211 Newbridge Circle

Richmond, Virginia 23223

Call (804)737-7391 for information

Coventry Gardens is one of several HUD neighborhood centers. Each center provides access to computers, computer training and the Internet. They also provide a wide range of supportive services to help residents achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency.

Communities in Schools of Richmond, Inc.

2922 West Marshall Street, Suite 2, Richmond, Virginia 23230

(804) 358-1247

www.cisofrichmond.org

CIS of Richmond is one of over 200 nonprofit affiliates of the Communities in Schools Network, the largest stay-in-school network in the United States. CIS works in Richmond and Henrico Public Schools from K-12, determining student needs and establishing relationships with local businesses, social service agencies, health care providers, and parent and volunteer organizations to provide needed resources. By providing students with a one-on-one relationship with a caring adult, a safe place to learn and grow, a healthy start and future, a marketable skill to use upon graduation, and a chance to give back to peers and the community, Communities in Schools has become the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization and the only one proven to both decrease dropout rates and increase graduation rates. Their mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

All Family Matters, Inc.

3500 Kensington Avenue, Suite E, Richmond, Virginia 23221

(804) 303-5186

All Family Matters, Inc. now offers four programs for individuals and families. Their Intensive In-Home Service offers individual and family/counseling therapy, crisis intervention, and case management services to children 3-18 years with a mental health diagnosis or behavioral disorder. The Mental Health Skill-Building Program offers case management and supportive counseling to adults 18 and over with a mental health diagnosis. Their Therapeutic Day Treatment Program serves children ages 3 to 16 with behavioral disorders and mental health diagnoses that are not able to manage appropriate behavior within traditional settings. This program will not be operating during the summer of 2014. We are also offering a group home for adult individuals with intellectual disability.