- Abuse/Domestic Violence Resources
- Black History Month Resources
- Child Care
- Downtown Greens
- Family Community Activities
- Financial Resources
- Food Resources
- Health and Dental
- Health Departments
- Health Insurance
- Housing Resources
- Legal Services
- Mental Health
- Multi-Resource Databases
- United Way Resources
Caroline County Victim Witness Program
Fredericksburg City Victim Witness Program
King George County Victim Witness Program
Spotsylvania County Victim Witness Program
Stafford County Victim Witness Program
Downtown Greens Newsletter/Website
Downtown Greens has an amazing newsletter you can subscribe to in order to learn all about the amazing events and resources they offer, it's definitely not one to miss! Click HERE to subscribe to their newsletter. Or HERE to view all the archives of their newsletters.
To visit their website proper, click HERE.
Classes, workshops, computer skills, children’s activities, interest groups for children and adults, technology, 3D printer workshops
With a diverse collection of modern shops and celebrated restaurants, the FAM sits in the center of a history buff’s tourist destination, perfect for anyone who wants to explore America’s historic foundation and growth.
A new exhibit is coming on Gladys West, who used the power of education to come from a one-room segregated schoolhouse and a life of labor to induction into the Air Force Space and Missile Pioneers Hall of Fame as a PhD. Opens September 22, 2023 and runs thru April of 2024.
Come join the Evening with an Expert series to learn about a wide variety of topics from an expert on that topic. Information and tickets available HERE.
The museum will be hosting "Merry Trees" as an exhibit in December, with December 1 (from 5PM to 7PM being Open House Night. Hugh Mercer and Lafayette students' trees will be on display during the exhibit until January.
Downtown Greens is a nonprofit founded in downtown Fredericksburg with a mission to foster community involvement and growth by protecting and nurturing urban greenspace through collaborative environmental stewardship and experiential education.
The Fredericksburg Youth Roller Hockey League is a fun time for parents and kids. Have your kids get involved with a new sport, that not only fosters healthy activity, but instills the value in being a responsible member of your community. Visit their website above for more!
Bookmobile Fredericksburg is a 501c3 nonprofit that aims to promote literacy and a love of literature through the distribution of free books. Invite the Bookmobile to your event today! Our services are always free for everyone. Bookmobile has volunteer slots open for upcoming dates available HERE.
Clearpoint helps consumers identify the causes of their individual financial concerns and make a plan to address them. Services are available nationally by phone and Internet and via face-to-face counseling.
Helping Wheel is a nonprofit organization that provides financial aid and equipment to students from low-income housing to be able to participate in afterschool activities. This includes sports that the school provides, clubs, and AP exams.
Goodwill has a new voucher program where those in need can get 50 dollars in a voucher for Goodwill, or 100 for families. To learn more, contact Heather Schulz at 540-371-3070 x111 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Dental Services
- Home Health/Hospice
- Medicaid Re-Enrollment/Renewal Information
- Pregnancy Services & Family Planning
- Prescription Services
- Senior Services
- Substance Abuse
- Veteran Resources
Free in-home visitation, links to resources for pregnancy, infants, case management, parenting groups
The federal government declared a public health emergency when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Since then, state agencies have continued health care coverage for all medical assistance programs, even for people who are no longer eligible, called the continuous coverage requirement.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act was signed into effect on December 23rd, 2022. This omnibus bill decoupled the continuous coverage requirement from the public health emergency effective March 31, 2023. This means on April 1, 2023, all states may return to normal enrollment processes, including redeterminations and processing reductions/closures of coverage. While Virginia is initiating its first month of redeterminations in March of 2023, reductions/closures of coverage will not begin until April 30, 2023. To learn more about how this might affect you, click the image above.
24/7 Housing and Shelter Hotline
Current or imminent risk of homelessness
Financial assistance, loan program, local rental resources for low-income families
Salvation Army Help Line
Financial assistance and help with homelessness
Legal assistance on finance, housing, family, elder, health, domestic violence law
RACSB 24-Hour Emergency Mental Health Services
Mental health/counseling services
Mental health/counseling services
Mary Washington Grief Support Services
To view instructional materials on how children grieve, click HERE.
To view group guidelines if you and your child decide to participate in group grief support from MWHC, click HERE.
To register for a free webinar on helping children grieve after the loss of a loved one (webinar is on February 21 at noon), click HERE.
To learn more, contact Michelle Smith:
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Dial 211 or go to website for directory of local resources for housing, food, utilities, childcare, family resources and more.
Eligible Riders must be a resident of the Greater Fredericksburg Region, over 18 years of age, and have no other transportation options available. Requested rides must be at a reasonable distance, and riders must have a smartphone and an active Lyft account via the Lyft app. To learn more, click the underlined text above.