5th Street Community Development Corporation – P.O. Box 2934
The Fifth Street CDC is a 501 c (3) non-profit that acts and advocates for the redevelopment of the Fifth Street corridor. The CDC works with the city, businesses, and residents of the corridor to eliminate blight, rehabilitate existing buildings, develop and support commercial ventures, and set design and architectural guidelines for future development projects on Fifth Street.
Adult Care Center of Central VA – 621 Court Street
The Adult Care Center is a comprehensive program that offers the variety of health, social, and support services in a protected setting during daytime hours. The Center’s programs of care is designed to meet the individual needs of adults with health care issues.
Alzheimer’s Association – 1022 Commerce Street, Ste C
The mission of the Central and Western Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is to eliminate the incurability of Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research, and to enhance the care and support for individuals, their families, and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
Central Virginia Area Agency on Aging – 501 Twelfth Street
Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) are local aging programs that provide information and services on a range of assistance for older adults and those who care for them.
Coalition for HIV Awareness and Prevention (CHAP) – 926 Commerce Street
The Coalition for HIV Awareness and Prevention (CHAP) is a nonprofit organization that educates the public about HIV/AIDS, coordinates services for people with HIV/AIDS, and supports Central Virginia’s efforts to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS.
Free Clinic of Central VA, Inc. – 1016 Main Street
The Free Clinic of Central Virginia works to provide primary medical, nursing, dental and pharmaceutical services to those in Central Virginia who do not have the resources to obtain these basic health care needs.
Interfaith Outreach Association – 701 Clay Street
Interfaith Outreach Association strives to relieve distress and improve the quality of life for our neighbors in need by providing programs that offer education, guidance, and support. IOA serves as a vehicle for interfaith cooperation in Central Virginia whereby congregations become members of IOA and enter into partnerships with each other, their respective denominations, and community agencies to accomplish its mission.
James River Association – 10 Ninth Street
The mission of the James River Association is to be guardian of the James River. They promote conservation and responsible stewardship of its natural resources. The James River Association achieves these goals through their core programs: Watershed Restoration; Education, Outreach; River Advocacy; and our River keeper program
Junior League Of Lynchburg – 1225 Main Street Ste., 204
The Junior League has evolved into one of the oldest, largest and most effective women’s volunteer organizations in the world, and the foremost provider of civic leadership training for women, encompassing 155,000 women in 293 Leagues in four countries.
Kids’ Haven: A Center for Grieving Children – 325 Twelfth Street
Kids’ Haven is a grief support center for children ages 3 to 18 years old and their families. It is the only program of its kind in central Virginia.