109 Governor Street, 8th Floor, Richmond, Virginia 23119
Resource Mothers is a program designed to decrease infant mortality and low birth weight rates among Virginia’s teen mothers. To improve birth outcomes for the teen and the baby, the program encourages early entry into prenatal care, smoking cessation, drug and alcohol avoidance, healthy nutrition, up-to-date immunizations for the teen and the baby, regular health care for the infant, return to school or work for the teen, delay of repeat pregnancy and the development of a stable home for the teen and her baby with the help of her family and the baby’s father. Preference is given to first-time pregnant teens without adequate family support. The resource mother is a community health worker who develops a supportive mentoring relationship with the teen and her family. From the prenatal period through the infant’s first birthday, the resource mother provides health education, discusses ways to prevent infant injury, models daily living skills, encourages constructive decision making and life-planning, connects the teen to community resources and provides guidance to assist the teen in making a successful transition to parenthood. The resource mother has weekly contact with the teen and her family. Any pregnant teen is eligible for the program.
3900 West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23230
For 114 years, UMFS has been helping children and families in Virginia find hope. Through our treatment foster care program, foster parents and children find one another and often go on to become adoptive families. Through our residential treatment programs at the Child & Family Healing Center and Leland House, girls and boys overcome trauma and heal. Through Charterhouse School, students with special needs and autism find help and success. And through Project LIFE, teens aging out of foster care in Virginia find new skills and a voice. Through all of our services children and families find hope.
2000 Mecklenburg Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223
Our program is a rehabilitation program located in Highland Park. The program offers women a unique opportunity to participate in residential substance abuse treatment; their children are able to accompany them into the program, thus enabling the family to stay together. This recovery program focuses on addiction and parenting issues, as well as helping the family move towards a healthier and more functional family lifestyle. The disease of drug addiction affects all kinds of people from all walks of life. We are privileged to serve the women and children who are affected by the devastating illness.
2211 Dickens road, Suite 204, Richmond, Virginia 23230
Prevent Child Abuse Virginia (also known as PCAV) is the Virginia Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America and National Circle of Parents. PCAV provides both direct and statewide awareness and advocacy activities. Direct services include coordination of the state wide Healthy Families Virginia program, production of Hugs and Kisses through Theatre IV and the 800-CHILDREN statewide, toll-free helpline for parents, other caregivers and professionals. Other activities include training and assistance for prevention professionals, coordination of the statewide Child Abuse Prevention Month activities each year including an annual conference, coordination of the Virginia Statewide Parent Education Coalition, the Family Resource Center and a range of advocacy services both direct and indirect including training for professionals and volunteers.
1 North 3rd Street, Suite 200 Richmond, Virginia 23219
Opportunity Alliance and Reentry is a non-profit which serves individuals who are currently incarcerated and/or have been released from incarceration within the last six months. Operating from a case management model, OAR provides stabilization, transitional, employment, and intensive services. These services include but are not limited to: assistance with accessing housing, mental health services, substance abuse services, developing parenting skills, addressing criminogenic needs and cognition, and securing and maintaining employment. As an organization, we strongly believe in second chances and that every individual deserves to live a happy and healthy life.
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.
1506 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 207, Richmond, Virginia 23230
The CMHRC supports families and the community with navigation of the child mental health system and access to services through three main practices:
1) Supporting pediatricians and primary care providers (PCPs) with linkage to mental health service providers, information, resources, and access to child psychiatry;
2) Supporting families through a parent support model that offers emotional support, guidance, information, about trainings, providers, and resources through their ever-growing, searchable database and their website.
8100 Three Chopt Road, Suite 101, Richmond, Virginia 23229
C2ADOPT is an innovative leader in the adoption community with a full array of trauma-informed, adoption competent counseling and assessment services, including support groups. C2 staff are available to provide training to groups of all sizes and help treatment providers, schools, childcare agencies, and parents better understand the unique needs of children and families in foster care and adoption. Adult adoptees and birth/first parents may benefit from their trainings, counseling services and their support groups. Services are available to anyone impacted by adoption or foster care. They welcome single, married, and LGBT families to explore services with us.