Offers free information on resources including health, human services, senior programs, and much more.
The Blue Ridge CAN has been developed to better serve homeless individuals and families as well as provide opportunities for the homeless service providers to coordinate services and share data.
Reimburses regulated Home Day Care Providers for the food they serve the children in their care.
Prevent individuals and families from becoming homeless and rapidly re-house those who are already homeless.
Provides information about HIV and other STDs through a telephone info line, e-mail, website, newsletters, resource directory, pamphlets, lectures, and community forums.
The Family Violence Coordinating Council is an interagency coalition of professionals that includes human service agencies, attorneys, legal aid, judges, police officers and health care providers. The members work together to improve and increase the resources available to deal with domestic and family violence.
Local Volunteer Center that assists individuals who want to volunteer and volunteer managers.
Provides education, training, and technical assistance in Western Virginia to aide the nonprofit sector.
Provides information to funders, government and human service agencies to plan for new or expanded programs addressing community human service needs.
The mission of RRHN is to provide a forum for the region’s housing interests to become proactively involved with housing issues.
Roanoke Valley CERT (Community Emergency Response Teams) educates community members about disaster preparedness and response.
The Roanoke Valley Home Visiting Referral Center is a free service that matches parents, parents-to-be or others caring for young children with a free home visiting program that best benefits their needs.
RSVP is one of the largest volunteer networks in the nation for people 55 and over. RSVP volunteers use their skills and talents learned over the years, or develop new ones while serving in a variety of volunteer activities within the community.