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Agencies UWR Supports

American Red Cross of Central Virginia
Jill Siegel, Program Manager
434-979-7143

jsiegel@redcrossva.org

The American Red Cross of Central Virginia is a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims and disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.

ARC of Rockbridge
Linda Baumann, Executive Director
510-348-5510
arclb@ntelos.net

The Arc of Rockbridge speaks out on issues that affect people with intellectual and related developmental disabilities and their families. But more importantly, The Arc helps people with disabilities, family members, friends, and others become advocates themselves. By communicating with legislators and by generally educating them about disability issues, The Arc works to help shape policy and law at the federal, state, or local level.

Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center
Patti Cook, Administrative Director
540-366-7399
braac.roanoke@gmail.com

The Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center provides education and services for children and families affected by autism and unique learning challenges, such as Learning Disabilities.

Blue Ridge Legal Services
Robin Mayer, Managing Attorney
540-463-7334
rmayer@brls.org

Blue Ridge Legal Services (BRLS) provides the free civil legal assistance to low-income residents of the Shenandoah Valley and Roanoke Valley of Virginia. BRLS works to eliminate poverty-based inequities in the civil justice system by providing high-quality legal advice and representation to residents of our service area who would otherwise be unable to afford legal services.

Campus Kitchens at Washington and Lee University
Jenny Sproul, Coordinator
540-460-7389
sproulj@wlu.edu

The Campus Kitchens at Washington and Lee provides hunger relief to residents in Rockbridge County.  Students, staff, and faculty of Washington and Lee work cook and deliver healthy and nutritious meals to the hungry, homeless, youth, and elderly in Lexingon VA, and the surrounding areas.

Meals for Shut-Ins
Ned Henneman, Vice-President
540-458-8508
hennemane@wlu.edu

Meals for shut-ins’ volunteers deliver physician-ordered, nutritious hot meals five days a week to handicapped or ill individuals unable to provide their own.

Rockbridge Area Free Clinic
Suzanne Sheridan, Executive Director
540-464-8700 X111
suzanne.freeclinic@comcast.net

The Rockbridge Area Free Clinic provides quality health care for uninsured and underinsured residents. Children, adults, disabled, elderly, any race or religion, male or female can receive basic health care at the Rockbridge Area Free Clinic that they otherwise could not afford.

Rockbridge Area Occupational Center
Tom Craft, Interim Executive Director
540-261-6159
tomcraft@raoc.org

The Rockbridge Area Occupational Center provides working age people with disabilities the opportunity for economic, social, and cultural fulfillment through employment in a self-sustained work environment.

Rockbridge Area Relief Association
Kitty Brown, Executive Director
540-463-6943
rara@rockbridge.net

Rockbridge Area Relief Association (RARA) provides assistance with food, shelter, utilities, heating fuel, medications, gasoline, and transportation.

Rockbridge Area Transportation Services
Tim Root, Executive Director
540-464-3347
rats@rockbridge.net

Rockbridge Area Relief Association (RATS) travels over 20,000 miles each month transporting passengers everywhere from medical and therapeutic appointments, to drugstores, workplaces, shopping, and to social activities.

Rockbridge Regional Library
Alan Bobowski, Library Director
540-463-4324
ABobowski@rrlib.net

The Rockbridge Regional Library provides free access to information, popular materials, and lifelong learning opportunities for all.

Stonewall Jackson Area Council Boy Scouts
Scott Lancey, District Executive
540-464-1100
scott@bsa-sjac.org

Stonewall Jackson Area Council Boy Scouts works with boys grades 1-12 and girls grades 9-12 to strengthen youth, families, and communities through character development, citizenship training, and fitness.

Talking Book Center
Oakley Pearson, Executive Director
800-995-6215
pearsonjo@ci.staunton.va.us

The Talking Book Center provides free library service for anyone unable to read regular print because of a visual or physical disability. Currently over 1,000 readers actively enjoy books and magazines on tape and playback equipment, as well as materials in Braille.

Valley Program for Aging Services
Jeri Schaff, Director of Senior Services
540-261-7474
jeri@vpas.info

The Valley Program for Aging Services supports independent living for people 60 and older by providing information, meals, and personal care.

Yellow Brick Road Early Learning Center
Glenn Deacon, Executive Director
540-463-4656
ybr@rockbridge.net

Yellow Brick Road Early Learning Center (YBR) offers educational programs, including subsidized care, to families with young children in the Rockbridge/Lexington community. YBR provides a safe, secure and stimulating environment of up to 90 children between six weeks and six years of age who need to be cared for outside their home.

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