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The links below to resources other than PWC are provided for your convenience and do not constitute or imply its endorsement or recommendation: 
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​Addiction Campuses

ADDICTION GROUP - ​Addiction and Recovery

​Addiction Resource

(AA) Alcoholics Anonymous          
AA Northern Virginia Groups
AA Meetings
Addiction Center

Adult Education
​Alcohol Rehab Help

​Center for Behavioral Health

​Children’s Crisis Services

Children’s Regional Crisis Response(CR2)

(844) 627-4747


CR2 Video.mp4

​Choices Recovery

Screen Time Addiction and Treatment Among Teens


​Consumer Safety Guide

​disAbility Law Center of Virginia

​Domestic Abuse and Addiction
​Drug Rehab

​Healthcare and Medical Support Career Guide

Healthcare and Medical Careers - Work From Home Guide

​Intensive Community Outreach Services, LLC(571) 290-0165

Legal Services of Northern Virginia

​Mental Health Careers and Volunteers

National Alliance on Mental Illness​

​NAMI Prince William     ​703-659-9983

National Council For Behavioral Health Suicide Prevention Infographic​
National Institute of Mental Health

​National Rehab Centers

​New Mouth  - Public Education, Dental Treatments, Referrals

NOVA Planning Commission - Quick Guide (Resource Directory)
NOVA Family Services (NVFS)
Parenting: Virginia Cooperative Extension
​Quit Now Virginia

​Rehab 4 Addiction


​Resource: Closed Head Injury Support
Resource: Deaf/hard of hearing Private Providers ​
Resource: ​Drug Awareness and Education

​Retirement Living VA Assisted Living Guide

​SaVida Health - Opioid and Alcohol Addiction


​Simmons University School of Nursing

Domestic Violence and Safety

​Student Resources:

A Student’s Guide to Recognizing Disorders, Seeking Help and Promoting Wellness

Depression Guidebook for Students


Substance Abuse in College


Balancing Student Stress

College Student's Guide to Depression

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (U.S. Department of Health and Human services)
​Substance Abuse in Veterans: A Guide for 2020

​The National Council on Seniors Drug & Alcohol Rehab

​Treatment Centers

​Trillium Drop-In Center
Veterans Resource Center
Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services
Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS)
Virginia Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs

​Washington Behavioral Health

​Women's Law

Developmental Disability Resources
​DD Waiver Waitlist Portal Reference Guides

DD Waiver Waitlist Portal-QuickReference Guide (English)

DD Waiver Waitlist Portal-QuickReference Guide (Spanish)


​REACH - Northern Region of Virginia 24/7 Crisis and Referral Line: (855) 897-8278

​REACH (Regional Educational, Assessment, Crisis services, and Habilitation Program) provides 24/7 crisis response for individuals with developmental disabilities who are experiencing mental health or challenging behavioral needs. The program offers crisis prevention and response services, along with training for those who support individuals with developmental disabilities​
​Commonwealth Community Trust Charitable Fund Award​ ​Commonwealth Community Trust Charitable Fund Award- assists with the purchase of equipment, medication or services to Virginia residents who demonstrate a financial need

​Cover Virginia

Connecting Virginians to Affordable Health Insurance

Virginia Medicaid offers several low-cost and no-cost health coverage programs for eligible children, pregnant women and adults, including individuals with disabilities. To find out more about each program, follow the links on the website

​The Eric Fund

​The Eric Fund helps purchase assistive technology not covered by insurance or other funding streams for adults and children with disabilities in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area
​Assistive Tech Loan Fund Authority

​Assistive Tech Loan Fund Authority, a Commonwealth of VA State Authority, offers low interest loans for a variety of special equipment to eligible applicants

Assistive Technology Assessments – Service Source

(703) 461-1192

​ServiceSource offers basic assistive technology screenings which help identify assistive technologies that can increase individual’s independence, participation, and performance in everyday tasks and activities. Technology screenings are available for communication, computer access, memory and organization, hearing needs, vision needs, and physical needs
​Fair Housing Flyer - Source of Funds (DBHDS)


​Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services

(703) 335-5550

DARS supports Virginians’ efforts to secure independence, inclusion and integration. DARS mission is to improve the employment, quality of life, security, and independence of older Virginians, Virginians with disabilities, and their families


​The Muriel Humphrey and Robert Day Developmental Child Care Centers

​The Muriel Humphrey (Woodbridge) and Robert Day (Manassas) Developmental Child Care Centers serves children from age 6 weeks to 21 years of age
​Myers Drive Respite Home

​Myers Drive Respite Home in Stafford, VA for adults
​Jill's House

​Jill's House, a respite home in Vienna, VA for children

​Camp Baker

​Camp Baker in Chesterfield, VA serves adults and children
​Brightcare Center

​B​rightcare Center, an adult day care and respite program in Manassas, VA
​Adult with Disability Day Program

​Adult with Disability Day Program, located in Manassas, VA
​Camp Easter Seals

​Camp Easter Seals in Roanoke, VA serves adults and children
​The Manassas Park Buddy Club

(703) 335-8872

​The Buddy Club is a self-facilitated adult social group designed to meet the needs of individuals with developmental/cognitive disabilities

​Linda's Ballet Workshop - Adaptive Ballet

(703) 590-2739

​A unique ballet class offered for students age 3+ with special needs. The class is conducted in a positive atmosphere where dancers will develop a love for dance while working on skills such as balance, coordination musicality, and social interaction

​Arc of Northern Virginia

(703) 208-1119

​The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes

​Independence Empowerment Center

(703) 257-5400

​Independence Empowerment Center, Inc. (IEC) is a community-based, non-profit, non-residential service and advocacy organization operated by and for people with disabilities in the state of Virginia. Their service area covers Prince William and Fauquier Counties, as well as the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park

​Parent Resource Center in Prince William County, VA

(703) 792-8846

​The Parent Resource Center of Prince William County Schools provides many resources on a variety of topics

Virginia Board for People with Disabilities

Youth Leadership Academy (YLA)

"Developing Young Leaders"

The Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) program seeks to empower young people with developmental and other disabilities to further develop their leadership skills. Students, serving as Delegates from communities throughout Virginia, participate in a wide range of activities and learning experiences during this summer program set on a university campus

​Virginia Korean American Disabled People's Association (VA KADPA)

(703) 517-8012

​KADPA especially seeks to serve Korean families with disabled children who are unable to take full advantage of available local, state, and federal services, by helping these families to overcome language and informational barriers

​Center for Family Involvement

(877) 567-1122

​The Center for Family Involvement works with families to increase their skills as advocates, mentors and leaders so that families, children and young adults with disabilities can lead the lives they want

​Prince William Special Olympics

(571) 577-8035  

​Area Coordinator: Judy Martin

​PWC Community Services - Developmental Disability Services Program

(703) 792-4179

​Information and waiting list phone number
Recovery/Support Groups
Alcoholics Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous1-800-543-4670
 REBOS Recovery Club

​Grief Support Group - The Medical Team Hospice

Information Flyer:  GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP

Suzanne Andress-Udall

(571) 643-2557

 Prince William Health Department
     Manassas- 703-792-6300
     Manassas Free Clinic 
     Woodbridge - 703-792-7300
     Woodbridge Free Clinic
Volunteer Prince William: Prince William Area Free Clinic
Local Government Social Services  

PWC Social Services Website

PWC Social Services
Manassas City Social Services​
Manassas Park Social Services​
Shelter/Emergency Assistance/Food/Housing Resources
ACTS – 703-221-3186
             703-368-4141 Help Line
Volunteers of America – 703-680-5403​
SERVE – 571-748-2621          
Turning Points/Domestic Violence Shelter  703-221-4951​
Novant/Prince William Medical Center 703-369-8000
Sentara/Potomac Hospital
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