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Service Providers

The following service providers have been certified by United Wayof the Virginia Peninsula and were awarded grants for programs submitted for the 2016-2017 funding cycle.

 

ALTERNATIVES
www.altinc.org
359 Fenwick Road, Building 263, Fort Monroe, VA  23651
Bus: (757) 369-6804   Bus. Fax: (757) 838-9215
Nationally recognized youth development agency dedicated to improving the lives of young people and their community through creativity, leadership and service programs.

AMERICAN RED CROSS
http://www.redcross.org/va/hampton
1323 W. Pembroke Avenue, Hampton, VA  23661
Bus: (757) 838-7320  Bus Fax: (757) 838-7091
A humanitarian organization led by volunteers, which provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.

BACON STREET YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES
www.baconstreet.org                                          
247 McLaws Circle, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Bus: (757) 253-0111  Bus Fax: (757) 253-2884
Provides local community and school-based service to families and individuals to address the prevention and treatment of youth substance abuse on the Virginia Peninsula.

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA
www.bigs4kids.org
364 McLaws Circle, Suite 2, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Bus: (757) 253-0676

Matches an adult mentor with a child, creating an environment where vulnerable children learn to communicate better, make better decisions and respect self and others.

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, COLONIAL VIRGINIA COUNCIL                                      
www.cvcboyscouts.org
11834 Canon Boulevard, Suite L, Newport News, VA  23612
Bus: (757) 595-3356  Bus Fax: (757) 877-8611
Instills the values found in the Scout Oath and Laws in order to help build character, citizenship, and fitness of our youth.

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA
www.bagclub.com
11825 Rock Landing Drive,Chesapeake Building, Suite B, Newport News, VA 23606
Bus: (757) 223-7204  Bus Fax: (757) 223-7206
Helps boys and girls make appropriate and satisfying choices in their physical, educational, personal, social, emotional, vocational and spiritual lives.

C. WALDO SCOTT CENTER for HOPE
www.scottcenter.org
3100 Wickham Avenue, Newport News, VA  23607
Bus: (757) 244-9223  Bus. Fax (757) 244-9232
Brings together community members to provide the education, training, and support needed for young people and their families to develop necessary tools to enhance positive life skills, health, and employability.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF EASTERN VIRGINIA
www.cceva.org
5361-A Virginia Beach Boulevard, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Bus: (757) 456-2366  Bus. Fax: (757) 456-2367
Provides compassionate, professional help for all.  Services include clinical counseling, adult guardianship, pregnancy counseling, adoptions, credit and housing counseling, mediation, education, prescription assistance, senior care.

CENTER FOR CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES
www.kidsandfamilies.com
2021 Cunningham Drive, Suite 400, Hampton, VA 23666
Bus: (757) 838-1960  Bus Fax: (757) 838-3280
Provides counseling services to children, adults and families, which includes mental health, family violence counseling, youth violence prevention, financial debt counseling, childcare resources and referral.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
www.cdr.org
P.O. Box 280, Norge, VA 23127
Bus: (757) 566-3300  Bus Fax: (757) 566-8977
Provides services to families of children, birth to age three, with developmental delays, disabilities, or risk factors; and training for early childhood professionals.

DOWNTOWN HAMPTON CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
www.dhcdc.org
1306 Thomas Street, Hampton, VA  23669
Bus: (757) 825-6200  Bus Fax: (757) 825-6201
Nurtures young children, ages six weeks to five years, by providing affordable, quality preschool programs that develop the "whole child" and foster school readiness.

EDMARC HOSPICE FOR CHILDREN
www.edmarc.org
516 London Street, Portsmouth, VA 23704
Bus: (757) 967-9251  Bus Fax: (757) 967-9124
Provides family-centered care of children with a catastrophic illness.  Nursing, emotional support in child's home. Parent/sibling support. Volunteers and bereavement care to family.

VIRGINIA PENINSULA FOODBANK
www.hrfoodbank.org
2401 Aluminum Avenue, Hampton, VA  23661
Bus: (757) 596-7188  Bus Fax: (757) 595-2507
Distributes food effectively through collaborative efforts that minimize hunger, promote nutrition and self-reliance through education.

GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL OF COLONIAL COAST
www.gsccc.org
813 Forrest Drive, Suite B, Newport News, VA 23606
Bus: (757) 547-4405  Bus. Fax: (757) 591-7217
Promotes leadership development for girls in grades K through 12 by helping them discover, connect, and take action in their communities.  Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.  Emphasis on services to at-risk and underrepresented members.

GLOUCESTER HOUSING PARTNERSHIP
Box 772, Hayes, VA  23072
Bus: (804) 642-5158  Bus Fax: (804) 648-4676
Recruits volunteers, materials, and donations to repair owner-occupied homes for low-income families and individuals living in Gloucester County.

GLOUCESTER-MATHEWS CARE CLINIC
www.gmfreeclinic.com
2276 George Washington Memorial Highway, Hayes, VA 23072-3559
Bus: (804) 210-1368  Bus Fax: (804) 210-1369
Provides community-based healthcare for Gloucester and Mathews County residents who lack health insurance or enough income to pay for it.  Also offers medical, dental and patient education.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
www.habitatpgw.org
11011 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23601
Bus: (757) 596-5553  Bus Fax: (757) 591-0455
Partners with area families, local government, businesses, faith groups, schools, associations, individual volunteers and donors to build safe, affordable homes and also to repair homes for lower-income families.

H.E.L.P, INC.
www.helpushelpu.org
1320 LaSalle Avenue, Hampton, VA 23669
Bus: (757) 727-2577  Bus Fax: (757) 723-0649
Serves the homeless and those in crisis by providing shelter, food, financial assistance, medical and dental care. 

LACKEY FREE CLINIC
www.lackeyfreeclinic.org
1620 Old Williamsburg Road, Yorktown, VA 23690
Bus: (757) 886-0608  Bus Fax: (757) 369-3821
Using volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, administrative and reception staff, the clinic provides free medical exams, chronic care treatment, lab work, x-rays, dental care and free medication.

LINK of HAMPTON ROADS
www.linkhr.org
10413 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23601
Bus: (757) 595-1953  Bus Fax: (757) 595-3428
Protects children/adults with and without disabilities; promotes self-sufficiency, provides shelter for homeless, permanent supportive housing, basic needs, food, clothing, and advocacy.

NATASHA HOUSE, INC.
www.natashahouse.org
P.O. Box 1869, Yorktown, VA 23692
Bus: (757) 898-1993  Bus Fax: (757) 898-0293
Transitional home for homeless women and children that empowers and equips them to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

PENINSULA AGENCY ON AGING
www.paainc.org
739 Thimble Shoals Boulevard, Suite 1006, Newport News, VA 23606
Bus: (757) 873-0541  Bus Fax: (757) 873-1437
Supports independence/dignity of elderly by advocating, arranging, or providing services including home-delivered and congregate meals, in-home care, care coordination, transportation, and information.

PENINSULA READS
www.peninsulareads.com

11832 Fishing Point Drive, Suite 200 , Newport News, VA 23606
Bus: (757) 283-5776  Bus Fax: (757) 283-5779
Provides reading, writing and English language instruction to adults. Learner assessment, referral, and support services included. Services are free to eligible adults.

SALVATION ARMY, PENINSULA COMMAND
www.uss.salvationarmy.org
1033 Big Bethel Road, Hampton, VA 23666
Bus: (757) 838-4875  Bus Fax: (757) 827-8467
Christian ministry assists with food, rent, mortgage, utilities; shelters homeless veterans and families with children; and provides youth programs in scouting, team sports, and music.

THE SAMARITAN GROUP
Masonic Lodge/6494 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061
Bus:  (804) 815-4108  Bus Fax: (804) 693-2216
Provides temporary financial assistance and financial counseling to residents of Gloucester County.

TRANSITIONS FAMILY VIOLENCE SERVICES
www.transitionsfvs.org
P.O. Box 561, Hampton, VA 23669
Bus: (757) 722-2261  Bus Fax: (757) 723-2717
Provides shelter, hotline, crisis intervention, case management, advocacy, counseling and self-sufficiency services to adult and child victims of family violence.

URBAN LEAGUE OF HAMPTON ROADS
www.ulhr.org
5700 Thurston Avenue, Suite 101, Virginia Beach, VA  23455
Bus: (757) 627-0864  Bus Fax: (757) 966-9613
Provides services and programs in education, employment, health, and housing to Hampton Roads communities through direct services, advocacy, research, policy analysis, community mobilization and collaboration.

VERSABILITY RESOURCES
www.versability.org
2520 - 58th Street, Hampton, VA 23661
Bus: (757) 896-6461  Bus Fax: (757) 896-8470
Helps individuals with developmental disabilities lead fulfilling lives by providing early childhood intervention, day support, employment, recreation and community living services, and family support.

YMCA-PENINSULA METROPOLITAN
www.peninsulaymca.org
41 Old Oyster Point Road, Suite C, Newport News, VA 23602
Bus: (757) 223-7925  Bus Fax: (757) 223-7926
An association of members that nurtures the healthy development of children, encourages positive behavior in teens, strengthens families and encourages and promotes active older adults.