Northwestern Community Services offers an array of outpatient, case management, day support, residential and emergency programs that are designed to enhance the quality of life for both children and adults affected by emotional/behavioral disorders, mental illness, substance use, and intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). Northwestern specializes in rehabilitative and family support services for individuals with such long-term challenges as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, addiction, and those with significant impairments from ID/DD. New referrals are screened for appropriateness and, depending upon capacity/need for service requested, may require placement on a waiting list.
To help people through life’s challenges with quality behavioral health services guided by principles of respect, recovery, and self-determination.
Created in 1986, Community and Law Enforcement Against Narcotics, Inc. (CLEAN, Inc.) is a private non-profit corporation comprised of interested individuals and groups dedicated to community leadership, education, advocacy and networking to support youth and families in the regional community of the City of Winchester, Virginia and the counties of Frederick, Clarke, and Shenandoah. The purpose of this group is to assist in the development and implementation of community-wide programs directed at reducing the demand for and availability of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, and other adolescent problem behaviors of violence, delinquency, teen pregnancy, school dropout, and supporting healthy activities
The corporation represents a community approach to community problems with representation of organizations and agencies including law enforcement, schools, parents, business, social services, recreation, treatment, mental health, court services, faith communities and other groups. Working together, this group seeks to create a safe healthy, drug-free community by connecting with youth and families to support positive, healthy choices through information, education, community activities and programs. Helping our community, one family at a time, because…KIDS ARE OUR CONCERN!
The mission of CLEAN is to provide leadership through education, advocacy, and networking for a safe and healthy, drug-free community.
The Family Youth Initiative (FYI) was originally established in 1987 by concerned community members. It wasn’t until 2002 that Shenandoah County adopted the name, “Family Youth Initiative.”
In 2010, FYI received a Drug Free Communities (DFC) Grant which has been and will continue to be utilized to provide prevention and education surrounding alcohol and substance abuse in families in Shanandoah County. Through the grant, FYI is able to establish more prevention and education programs by networking with community partners and volunteers.
To promote drug-free, healthy and positive development of local youth and families through community collaboration an prevention based initiatives.
Non-profit coalition of agencies, parents, youth and concerned citizens. Our main goal is to promote healthy life choices for the youth and families in Page County. We work to provide a healthy, drug-free environment for those in our community. With the volunteers in our coalition, the funding from state and foundation grants, we have focused our attention on preventing substance abuse among our youth and combating childhood obesity with physical activities and nutritional education.
Warren County Community Health Coalition – Warren Coalition – is a nonprofit agency established in 1994 to help fill the gaps in health care and substance abuse awareness to the community. The Coalition began under the guidance of Warren Memorial Hospital as an outreach project, but has since grown and was incorporated in 2001. The office is currently located in the Warren County Community Center. We continue to work towards making Warren County a safe, healthy, and drug free community through the many programs we provide.
Partnering to support a safe, healthy and drug-free community for our youth.