All Blessings Flow is a local faith-based nonprofit that provides medical equipment and supplies to adults and children in need throughout Charlottesville and Central Virginia. Our clients are primarily low-income families representing many underserved groups in our community, including seniors, rural residents, and people of color. All are living with some form of disability or serious health condition, and all are in need of God's love and charity. Donations of equipment or supplies can be made at our shop located in Charlottesville at Riverside Medical Center at 2335 Seminole Lane on the lower level underneath and directly behind UVA Primary Care. If you are in need of equipment or supplies, please use our Request Form, email your request, or call our office.
Arc of the Piedmont
The Arc of the Piedmont was founded in 1954 when a group of parents and friends of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities came together, recognizing that school and community inclusion would not happen without their advocacy and support. We are still just as diligent today to ensure access to the full range of human and civil rights for all people with disabilities. We continue to carry out the mission and vision of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
At the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank we are driven by our core beliefs that hunger is unacceptable; that everyone deserves access to enough food; that food sustains life and nourishes health; and that we are called to serve without judgment. Today we serve 25 counties and 8 cities on either side of the Blue Ridge through distribution centers in Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Winchester and Verona (our headquarters). We provide nutritious food to 109,500 people on average each month through a far-reaching network of more than 400 community partners–food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens, and program sites like schools, community centers, and health care clinics.
Blue Ridge Health District
The Blue Ridge Health District (BRHD) is one of 35 health districts under the Virginia Department of Health. We have five health departments and one community-based clinic providing public health services to over 250,000 people in Albemarle, Charlottesville, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson, VA. Learn more by touring our website.
Central Virginia Clinicians of Color Network
Mission: To provide support and professional development to clinicians of color in order to elevate the standards of care and therapeutic services for diverse populations.
Child Health Partnership
Since our founding in 1991, Child Health Partnership has been committed to serving families who are ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse. We are advocates for equitable health care for children and families, and commit to fair and just opportunities in the delivery, access and governance of our services. Mission: Child Health Partnership provides at-home support to children and parents to promote the health and well-being of families in our community.
Counseling Alliance of Virginia
The Counseling Alliance of Virginia believes everyone has the capacity to live a healthy and productive life when offered the support they deserve. A major strength for CAVA is our commitment to clinical excellence. CAVA’s foundation is deeply rooted in Structural Family Therapy, a theory of change that has been researched and utilized for over 50 years. Our clinicians provide quality services while developing their own clinical style and specialties. Our clinicians receive weekly individual and/or group supervision by seasoned licensed clinicians.
Martha Jefferson | Sentara FREE Community Exercise Program
Join us for free workouts with qualified fitness instructors in Charlottesville and Louisa County. We offer four free classes weekly. All equipment is provided, and no registration is required. Just grab your sneakers and come find us. Fun and judgment-free, we promise! Charlottesville Classes: 1538 Rio Road East Wednesday, 5:30 pm-6:30 pm: Xtreme Hip Hop with Avis Fields Louisa Classes: NOW Fitness, 150 Jefferson Highway, Suite 15 Tuesday, 6:00 pm-7:00 pm: Xtreme Hip-Hop with Avis Fields Wednesday, 6:00 pm-7:00 pm: Bootcamp Style Fitness with Traquan Garnett Saturday, 9:00 am-10:00 am: Bootcamp Style Fitness with Traquan Garnett Esmont Classes: Yancy Community Center, 7625 Porters Road Saturday, 9:30 am-10:30 am: Xtreme Hip-Hop with John Thompson
Martha Jefferson | Sentara FREE Cooking with Chef Antwon Brinson
Pick a cuisine you already love or learn something new! Chef Antwon Brinson will share his favorite healthy and flavorful multi-cultural recipes all summer. All classes will be held on Tuesdays, from 5:00 pm-6:30 pm. Use the link above to register for these free sessions. All classes take place at Culinary Concepts AB in Charlottesville.
Moms In Motion / At Home Your Way
Founded by a Mom in 2009, Moms In Motion (Moms)/At Home Your Way (AHYW) is a Consumer-Directed Services where the person using them is allowed to select, hire, fire, and train their particular caregiver(s). Service Facilitation provider for Virginia Medicaid waivers: CCC Plus & DD (CL & FIS). We serve Virginians of all ages. Leading people and families to the Answers, Help, and Hope that they have been looking for through love and leverage. Our mission is to provide Service Facilitation for people approved for Virginia’s Medicaid Waivers (CCC Plus ,CL & FIS, EPSDT program). We serve individuals and their families by providing resources, information, engaging in advocacy through community- and state-wide networks, and by assisting people in navigating the waiver world’s constant changes because everyone deserves a fulfilling quality of life.
Pediatric Associates of Charlottesville
Pediatric Associates of Charlottesville is a private practice clinic whose doctors, nurses and staff specialize in the care of infants, children, adolescents and their families. We have daily office hours, as well as evening and weekend hours for emergencies. All of our doctors are certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. They also have fields of interests in certain pediatric sub-specialties including adolescent care, allergy, asthma, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), infectious diseases, anorexia and sports medicine, to name a few. Pediatric Associates also provides specialty services with an on-site audiologist, adolescent nurse practitioner, allergy evaluations, lactation consultant, and newborn nurse practitioner. Our hospital affiliation is with Martha Jefferson Hospital where we admit all newborns and sick children. Our doctors have close relationships with the pediatric subspecialists at the University of Virginia to help facilitate care for patients needing more specialized care.
Our mission is to provide personalized, comprehensive, family-oriented pediatric care in an independent setting. To support this mission: We listen, care, and collaborate with our patients and families. We form long-term relationships built on trust and mutual respect. We help patients navigate the complexity of healthcare decisions, provide coordination of care and follow through, supporting patients beyond the office visit. We focus on physical and emotional health for the overall well-being of our patients and families. We work as a team (business staff, nursing staff, providers, and families) valuing each team member’s unique contributions. We care for patients from birth through the college years. We value our independence, allowing us to make the best choices for our patients. Piedmont Pediatrics has offices in both Charlottesville and Crozet, Virginia. For more information about office visits, check our Practice Guide page as well as our Insurance Information page. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call our office at 434-975-7777.
Raising the Bar Life Coaching
Raising the Bar Life Coaching is now offering mentoring services for young men between the ages of 12–17 in the Charlottesville, Albemarle and Greene County areas of VA. *CSA Funding is available for young men who qualify*
Kids are ready for life when they are safe, healthy, nurtured and prepared for school. To ensure kids are ready, ReadyKids provides the Charlottesville area with counseling, family support and early learning opportunities.
Region Ten Child and Family Outpatient Services
The Child and Family Services center provides prevention, substance use and mental health services to the children and families in our community. The goals of these services are to help families build resiliency and keep children/youth safely in their homes and communities when possible. Trauma-informed services and prevention trainings are provided in the communities, schools and in an office-based environment. Treatment goals and progress are assessed on a quarterly basis. Clinicians provide an estimate of the timeframe recommended for treatment at the conclusion of the intake assessment. Referrals to additional services may also be offered at this time.
The Free Book Bus
The first mission of The Free Book Bus is to enable all children and teens to have a home library. I think libraries are essential, but not everyone has a working vehicle to get to the library or access to a bookmobile stop. Having a home library not only allows kids to have that encapsulated knowledge in their homes, it also allows them to have a book collection. I absolutely support people having and using their local libraries - and - I think it's essential to own books and have them in the home. For those who can't access and/or afford them, I'd like to be able to fill that gap. I'd also like The Free Book Bus to be a special place that kids find at least a little magical. The book selection will change constantly and I hope it will be a bit like a treasure hunt. The second mission of the bus is reading encouragement - to share books with kids who may be able to access and/or afford them, but would still like to visit the bus.
The Women's Initiative
The mission of The Women’s Initiative is to provide women with effective counseling, social support, and education so they can transform life challenges into positive change and growth. All women in our community will have access to innovative, effective, evidence-based mental health care.
We strive for every family in Virginia to have access to world-class care. Because your child means the world to us.
UVA Teen & Young Adult Health Center
The Teen and Young Adult Health Center is a primary care center for teenagers and young adults up to age 25. Our team is specially trained to work with adolescents and help young adults with the unique challenges they face.
Virginia Institute of Autism
The Virginia Institute of Autism is dedicated to helping people overcome the challenges of autism through innovative, evidence-based programs in education, outreach, and adult services. Our programs and services are built around the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and employ professionals in the fields of behavior analysis, childhood special education, speech-language therapy, clinical psychology, and occupational and physical therapies.