It Takes a Village, Baby partners with many area organizations and agencies. This list provides websites and phone numbers for needs that go beyond the scope of the Village. In addition to the resources on this list, you may also find assistance at area places of worship.


Loudoun Cares Information & Referral Helpline

(703) 669-4636

The Loudoun Cares Information & Referral Helpline offers free and confidential assistance to Loudoun residents who have questions or issues related to health and human service needs. Loudoun Cares staff may also engage in advocacy on behalf of callers with complex challenges. The Helpline operates between 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday and messages can be left for our call specialists 24/7.


Serve a Village

Diapers and other infant, housing and emergency services are provided. If you are a family in need of assistance we encourage you to call 2-1-1.  When you dial 2-1-1, a trained professional listens to your situation and suggests sources of help using one of the largest databases of health and human services in Virginia.




Birthright provides caring, loving nonjudgmental support to women and girls who are distressed by an unplanned pregnancy. Free and confidential services include pregnancy tests, legal, medical and education referrals, prenatal information, social agency referrals, and assistance with diapers and other needs.


Women Giving Back

(703) 554-9386

Women Giving Back (WGB) is a program of HomeAid Northern Virginia. Created in 2007 by women in the marketing and homebuilding industries, WGB provides professional clothing to women (and their children) enrolled in Northern Virginia area service providers’ programs – clothing that will allow them to fully participate in the workplace and in school.


Mobile Hope

(703) 771-1400

Mobile Hope, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, supports the needs of Loudoun County children and young adults who are precariously housed, homeless and at risk. We create ways for this fragile and often unacknowledged population to have access to daily essentials and ongoing support. Mobile Hope serves those 24 years of age or younger who live in Loudoun County (with proof of Loudoun County residency).


Postpartum Support Virginia

(703) 829-7152 (In an emergency dial 911)

Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Postpartum Support Virginia’s mission is to help new and expectant mothers and their families overcome anxiety, depression, and other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.


Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)

(703) 777-6552

Spanish, call (703) 443-2810

Loudoun County Youth Shelter

(703) 771-5300

LAWS is a private, nonprofit organization that provides help and assistance to adult and child victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse in Loudoun County, Virginia. With the help of our supporters and community, we empower victims of domestic and sexual violence with support, advocacy, and education so that they may live free from fear and danger.  All services are free and confidential. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault and needs help, please call our 24-hour hotline at (703) 777-6552.


Loudoun Interfaith Relief

(703) 777-5911

LIR is a food pantry that provides emergency food supplies, as well as resources and information in applying for food-assistance programs.


HealthWorks for Northern Virginia

(703) 443-2000

HealthWorks for Northern Virginia, formerly known as the Loudoun Community Health Center, is a nonprofit, Federally Qualified Health Center created to provide health care in a medical home setting to those who have limited or no health insurance. We opened our doors in May 2007, and since then, more than 12,000 patients have received quality medical care with us.

Loudoun Free Clinic

(703) 779-5416

The Loudoun Free Clinic serves medically uninsured Loudoun County residents with limited income. The clinic is staffed by area physicians, nurses and other volunteers.


Emergency Housing

(703) 777-0353

Loudoun County Department of Family Services provides limited financial assistance the individuals or families in need of emergency housing.


Loudoun County Shelters

The Department of Family Services maintains an apartment guide and offers homebuyer education and post-purchase counseling classes to the general public. It also assists low-income citizens with rental assistance through the Housing Choice Voucher program and provides eviction and foreclosure prevention assistance. It operates the Affordable Dwelling Unit program, providing both low-cost rentals and homes to purchase. It also provides down payment and closing cost assistance, facilities low-cost mortgage programs for first-time homebuyers, and operates a home improvement program.


Good Shepherd Alliance

(703) 724-1555

This organization helps people with emergency housing needs. Shelter is provided for families, women, and children. The Good Shepherd Alliance helps individuals get through crisis situations by providing shelter, food, clothes, financial counseling and referral to other service providers as needed.


Drop In Center

(571) 258-3033

This program provides food, laundry facilities, showers and case management to the homeless population.


Transitional Housing Shelter

Department of Family Services: (703) 777-0353

Referrals through Volunteers of America: (703) 771-5429

The Transitional Housing Shelter is an eight-unit facility that provides housing and supportive services for up to six homeless families (including single parents with children) and four single individuals. The program length is up to 24 months.


Transitional Opportunities Program

Department of Family Services: (703) 777-0353

Referrals through Volunteers of America: (703) 771-5429

The Transitional Opportunities Program provides supportive housing and services at scattered apartment sites for eight homeless households (including single men and women). The program length is up to 24 months. Services include outreach eligibility, leasing assistance, case management, and other services and classes designed to help participants obtain and remain in permanent housing, increase their skills and income, and achieve greater self-determination.


Loudoun County Health Department

(703) 777-0234

Loudoun County Health Department provides a wide range of health care services and works to ensure the health and well-being of Loudoun County residents. The department collects information and identifies problems and conditions that potentially affect the health of the public and assists with the strategies to deal with these problems. The Health Department also provides advice on health-related matters, works to control the spread of disease, and inspects and investigates conditions which may adversely affect public health.

Help in Fairfax County


Coordinated Services Planning

(703) 222-0880

Provides information, referral, linkage, and advocacy to public and private human services available to Fairfax County residents.


Help in Prince Williams County


ACTS Helpline

(703) 368-4141

ACTS Helpline is a free service for all residents of Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. Provides information and referrals, crisis intervention, and many other services.


Help in Frederick County & Northern Shenandoah Valley


Concern Hotline

Clarke, Frederick, Winchester Counties: (540) 667-0145

Shenandoah County: (540) 459-4742

Page County: (540) 743-3733

Warren County: (540-) 35-4357


Concern Hotline is a free 24/7/365 anonymous information & referral, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention hotline serving the Northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.



(Go to for information about employment programs in Loudoun County)


Loudoun Workforce Center—(703) 777-0150

The Woman’s Center—(703) 281-2657

Virginia Employment Commission (Centreville)—(703) 803-1110

Virginia Employment Commission (Winchester)—(540) 722-3415

Virginia Employment Commission (Woodbridge)—(703) 897-0407


Additional Resources