Improves the economic well being of low-to-moderate income children and families through hunger relief, after-school enrichment that raises achievement and builds positive social skills, microbusiness development that creates jobs, and savings programs that help families buy their first home.
Provides pre-hospital emergency care to the sick and injured in our community, conducts CPR courses and provides standby emergency assistance for local public events.
Encourages youth, ages 7 to 21, to develop good character, responsibility, citizenship and physical/mental fitness. Provides assistance to disadvantaged youth so they can fully participate in Scouting activities.
Provides home visiting services to pregnant women and children age 0-6, to improve health and promote wellness and self-sufficiency in low-income families. Assists entire family by addressing such issues as housing, nutrition, education, employment, parenting skills, and kindergarten readiness. (New River Community Action program)
The Community Health Center (formerly Free Clinic NRV), serves uninsured individuals on a sliding fee scale, as well as people who are insured with Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance. No patient is turned away due to an inability to pay. Services provided include medical, dental (includes restorative crowns and dentures), behavioral health and medication assistance to people living in Montgomery, Floyd, Pulaski, and Giles Counties and the City of Radford. Locations in Christiansburg and Pearisburg.
Provides food, clothing, and financial assistance to meet temporary emergency needs for families and individuals in crisis living in Floyd County. (New River Community Action program)
Provides emergency assistance to persons and property arising from fire, accidents, hazardous material spills and other disasters in and around Floyd County.
Provides girls ages 5-17 research-based, SOL aligned, girl-centered programs designed to increase self-esteem, develop positive values, and promote cooperative learning. These programs encourage and support academic success, healthy lifestyles and social development. UW dollars help ensure that all girls have the opportunity to participate in Girl Scout activities.
Goodwill’s mission is to help people and families in our community achieve a better life through work and independence. Goodwill provides training and employment programs for youth, adults, and seniors with disabilities and those who have lost their job due to company closing or layoff.
Provides financial assistance and counseling to eligible persons who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Provides counseling for pre-purchase, post-purchase, foreclosure prevention, rental assistance and homelessness. Provides group education for first time homebuyers and provides renter education workshops. (New River Community Action program)
Provides educational, recreational, and developmental programs for children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities that provide opportunities to develop skills needed for integration into and acceptance by the community. Informs the public regarding the needs of persons with intellectual disabilities and enables clients to access resources and participate more fully and actively.
Trains volunteer tutors to provide free, confidential and individualized tutoring to adults in basic reading and writing, and English as a Second Language (ESL) in the New River Valley. Operates a learning/administrative facility and various other tutoring locations to meet the needs of the local NRV community.
Provides non-emergency, but critical, medical transportation for low-income, uninsured and underinsured residents of the NRV.
Provides food, clothing and financial assistance to meet temporary emergency needs of local people and families.
Provides safe emergency shelter for NRV families with children not experiencing domestic violence. NRFS seeks to connect families and individuals to opportunities that promote self-sufficiency and stability.
A New River Valley-wide organization dedicated to protecting children from abuse and strengthening families through education, advocacy and community partnerships; programs provided include CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Parenting Young Children courses using the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP curriculum), and community education activities around the issues of child abuse and neglect, emphasizing the importance of prevention.
Provides transportation services to and from nutrition programs, non-emergency medical appointments and necessary shopping trips for elderly and handicapped individuals with no access to transportation. Delivers hot meals once a day to homebound persons. Provides transportation to people with sensory or physical disabilities.
Supplies new and used clothing free of charge throughout the New River Valley to persons in need identified by guidelines to be in financial need, including families involved in emergency situations. The August Kids program provides resources for new school clothing to disadvantaged children in Radford. Other satellite programs are the Stork Exchange and Coats for Kids.
Provides food, clothing, and financial assistance to meet temporary emergency needs for families and individuals living in Radford City. (New River Community Action program)
Provides a free noon-day meal five days a week, year-round to economically disadvantaged persons and families.
Provides a free noon-day meal to homebound persons in Radford and Fairlawn five days a week.
Provides temporary thermal shelter to homeless men in the New River Valley during the coldest winter months from November through March. (New River Community Action program)
Offers high-quality, affordable day care to the very young children (ages 0-12) of local low-income working families. Hopes to establish a child care center in each of the jurisdictions of the NRV.
Provides shelter, counseling, training and prevention services for adult and child victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Provides a 24-hour crisis hotline and court-related victim assistance.