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201 King Street, Suite 200
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone 703.739.7778
Fax 703.739.7787

General Human Services ACT for Alexandria, founded in 2004, is Alexandria's community foundation. ACT's mission is to raise the level and effectiveness of giving and engagement for Alexandria. ACT serves as a convener and collaborator to address identified needs in Alexandria. As a community foundation, ACT assists local nonprofits as they work to assist those in need in the city.
Alexandria City Manager’s Office    
 Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs   
 Alexandria Library   
  Alexandria City Public Schools   
 Alexandria Health Department   
At Home in Alexandria    
 Alexandria Kiwanis Club   
ARHA 600 N. Fairfax St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.549.7115
Fax: 703.549.8709

Acute Service - Housing
Family Self Sufficiency

ARHA is a public agency established under the Housing Authority Law, Chapter 1, Title 36 of the Code of VA of 1938. It's primary mission is to provide sanitary and safe dwelling accommodations to persons of low income at rents they can afford. Low income is defined by federal, state and local regulations for programs administered by ARHA.
Alexandria Seaport

2 Duke St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.549.7078
Fax: 703.549.6715

Employment / Occupations
Recreation and Sports
Youth Development & Prevention

The Alexandria Seaport Foundation (ASF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which was established in 1982. ASF operates from facilities based on the Potomac River waterfront in historic Alexandria, Virginia. Since 1993, ASF's primary focus has been to use traditional boat building to help at-risk and disadvantaged youth improve their lives. More...
   ASA Logo

1108 Jefferson St
Alexandria,VA 22314

Child Development/Child Care, Education, Parent Education, Recreation and Sports, and Youth Development & Prevention

Alexandria Soccer Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, established in 1970 in Alexandria, Virginia. ASA operates in the City of Alexandria, Virginia, and offers soccer programs for over 4,000 children ages two through nineteen. ASA programs are intended to develop good character, mental and physical fitness, and interpersonal skills through soccer activities. Sportsmanship, social skills, and self-esteem are developed by player participation and regular interaction with volunteer and professional coaches. The mission of Alexandria Soccer Association is to provide instructional and competitive soccer programs that develop and motivate youth, build character, and make a positive impact on Alexandria and the surrounding communities.

Alexandria Tutors Cons 323 S. Fairfax Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.549.6670
Fax: 703.549.9425
Education The mission of the Alexandria Tutoring Consortium is to help ensure children in Alexandria City Public Schools can read at or above grade level by the end of third grade. More...


2723 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302
Phone: 703.837.9300
Fax: 703.837.9399
Acute Service - Housing
Child Development / Child Care
General Human Services
ALIVE! Inc (ALexandrians InVolved Ecumenically) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization involving 42 religious congregations partnering with the business community and residents at large to help those in need in Alexandria, Virginia. More...
Best Buddies Logo131 East Broad Street, Suite 205
Falls Church, VA 22046


Youth Development Best Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
  Brain Injury Services logo 8136 Old Keene Mill Road
Suite B102
Springfield, Virginia, 22152
Phone: 703.451.8881
General Human Services Brain Injury Services is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to serving survivors of brain injuries in Northern Virginia.
  BRYCE Project Logo_small P.O. Box 6551
Alexandria, VA,  22306  
Phone: 703.493.0708 

Youth Development  The BRYCE Project is an enrichment program designed to engage youth in activities that develop their social-emotional skills. The BRYCE Project gives youth the opportunity to get to know and support each other. 
 Carpenters Shelter logo930 N. Henry Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Homeless Services/ShelterCarpenter’s comprehensive continuum of care offers continuous services, aiding the chronically homeless and shelter residents through their transition back into independent living. We empower our clients to address the issues which led them to homelessness and provide the tools necessary to achieve lasting independence.
 Casa Chirilagua logo4109 Mount Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22305
Education, Youth DevelopmentWe provide educational support and foster spiritual, character and leadership development for under-served students in the Chirilagua neighborhood of Alexandria, VA, primarily through after school programming and one-on-one mentoring relationships.
  CAC Logo_2017 1900 N. Beauregard Street, 200
Alexandria, VA 22311
Phone: 703.746.6008
Fax: 703.933.1380
Parent Education
Public Education
Youth Development & Prevention
The Center for Alexandria's Children is a public-private partnership that protects children and strengthens families by utilizing a national Child Advocacy Center model that coordinates the investigation, prosecution, treatment and prevention of child abuse in one safe, child-friendly facility. The Center's primary goal is to eliminate child abuse in the City of Alexandria.
 Community Lodgings Logo3912 Elbert Ave. Suite 108
Alexandria, VA 22305
Phone: 703.549.4407
Fax: 703.548.1294
Housing / Youth DevelopmentCommunity Lodgings is dedicated to lifting families from homelessness and instability to independence and self-sufficiency. We provide Transitional Housing, Affordable Housing and Youth Education Programs directed toward educating and empowering families to improve their life circumstances.
Computer CORE logo 3846 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302
Phone: 703.931.7346
Fax: 703.931.6062

Employment / Occupations

Computer C.O.R.E.'s mission is to help low-income adults acquire the technological and life skills they need to pursue career aspirations. Simply put, CORE is about jobs. Our intensive basic computer training combined with life skills and job-search assistance were developed to help northern virginians find a job, launch a career and become self-sufficient. CORE's program also endeavors to help students become engaged community members. More...
Concerned Citizens Network Alexandria   
 Court Service Unit   
  City Seal colored 2525 Mt. Vernon Avenue                      
Alexandria, VA 22301                                  Phone: 703.746.5902

Behavioral Health, Human Services, Economic Support
The Department of Community and Human Services provides effective and essential safety net services that measurably improve or maintain the quality of life for Alexandrians. Additionally, the programs overseen by the Alexandria Community Services Board provide compassionate and effective services that support self-determination, recovery and resiliency for Alexandria residents affected by mental illness, intellectual disabilities and substance abuse disorders.
 DreamDog Foundation   
 Friends Logo720 N. St. Asaph
Alexandria VA 22314
Behavioral Health, Mental Health Friends of the Alexandria Mental Health Center was founded in 1984 to give financial assistance to low income residents receiving care from the Alexandria Community Services Board (CSB) for mental illness, intellectual disability, and substance use disorders. 
Friends of Guest House

1 East Luray Ave.
Alexandria, VA, 22301
Phone: 703.549.8072
Fax: 703.549.8073

Acute Service - Housing/ Civic Engagement/ Employment Occupations/
Friends of Guest House provides female ex-offenders in Northern Virginia with the structure, supervision, support and assistance they need to become self-sufficient and responsible members of the community.  More... 
Eduseed logo
901 K Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202.778.6424
Fax: 202.778.6473
Public Education
Youth Development & Prevention

EduSeed's mission is to promote education among traditionally disadvantaged and underserved communities such as women and people of color. The SisterMentors program mentors girls of color from low income families, inspiring them to stay in school, do well, and go to college. The girls are mentored by women of color doctoral students, and the program helps the students complete their dissertations and earn doctorates.
  Literary Council logo

2855 Annandale Road
Falls Church, Virginia, 22042
Phone: 703.237.0866
Fax: 703.237.2863

Parent Education English Language Education
The Literacy Council of Northern Virginia teaches adults the basic skills of reading, writing, speaking and understanding English in order to empower them to participate more fully and confidently in their communities. Serving all of Northern Virginia where 120 different languages are spoken and one in three families speak a language other than English, the Literacy Council's adult education programs are in great demand. Reading, writing, speaking: it's just fundamental.
Hopkins House 5904 Richmond Hwy - Ste. 525
Alexandria, VA 22303
Phone: 571.480.4282
Fax: 703.347.6867
Child Development / Child Care
Parent Education
Founded in 1939, Hopkins House is learning center for children, youths, and families. Our mission is to provide quality educational programs and opportunities to children, youths, and their families, regardless of income, to help them achieve, in measurably effective ways, their full intellectual, economic, and social potential. More...
 Just Neighbors Ministry
KI Services 25 South Quaker Lane #4
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.823.4401
Fax: 703.823.4407
Acute Service - Health / Mental Health K.I. Services, Inc (KIS) provides a gateway to healthcare in Northern Virginia by providing outreach, education, therapeutic mental health and substance abuse services and prescreening for some chronic and communicable diseases. More...
  Legal Services logo 121 N. Washington St, Suite 300A
Alexandria, Virginia, 22314
Phone: 703.684.5566
Fax: 703.519.3838
Legal (Housing, Consumer, Family, Elder, Public Benefits, The Law Center for Children) Legal Services of Northern Virginia (LSNV) is a non-profit public interest law firm that provides free legal assistance to low-income residents of Northern Virginia. Our mission is to promote justice by providing free, high-quality legal advocacy and information for elderly, disabled, and low-income individuals and families who face the loss of a critical need, such as personal safety, income, housing, medical benefits, education, or family stability.
Liberty's Promise 2900-A Richmond Hwy.
Alexandria, Virginia 22305-3023
Phone: 703.549.9950
Fax: 703.549.995.3571
Civic Engagement
Youth Development & Prevention

We support young immigrants in need while encouraging them to be active and conscientious American citizens. Our programs aim to make the immigrant experience an affirmative one for young newcomers while instilling in them a sense of pride and support for American ideals of democracy and freedom. By doing so, Liberty's Promise seeks to reaffirm our fundamental egalitarian and democratic traditions for future generations.
National Breast Center Foundation   
  Neighborhood Health logo 6677 Richmond Highway
Alexandria VA 22306 
Phone: 703.535.5568
Fax: 703.299.1794
Acute Service - Health / Mental Health Neighborhood Health - Our mission is to improve health and advance health equity in Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax by providing access to high-quality care regardless of ability to pay.
  New Hope Housing logo 8407-E Richmond Highway
Alexandria, Virginia, 22309
Phone: 703.799.2293
Fax: 703.799.6503
Acute Service - Housing New Hope Housing is an innovative, award-winning non-profit agency in Northern Virginia. We are committed to finding creative and lasting solutions to end the cycle of homelessness by offering homeless men, women and children the services they need to change their lives and succeed. And each of those success stories adds up to a stronger, healthier community for all.
 NoVa Affordable Housing Alliance Logo


Housing, Education and Advocacy NVAHA is a regional coalition of nonprofit developers and human service providers dedicated to creating successful communities in Northern Virginia through affordable housing education and advocacy. In the City of Alexandria we lead the Housing Alexandria coalition. 
NVFS Northern Virginia Family Services
10455 White Granite Drive
Oakton, VA 22124
Phone: 571.748.2500
Fax: 703.385.5176

Food/Housing/ Mental Health/ Education
Human Services
Parent & Public Education
Youth Development
Legal, Foster Care

Northern Virginia Family Service was founded 90 years ago by volunteers in Alexandria who were concerned for their neighbors in need. From collecting food, coats and coal in 1924 to a full array of services today, NVFS has stayed true to its roots of helping those in our community who need it most. Programs include more...
 Nueva Vida LogoNueva Vida, Inc.
206 N Washington Street #300
Alexandria, VA 22314
Health/Mental Health
Education and Advocacy
Nueva Vida informs, supports and empowers Latinas whose lives are affected by cancer, and advocates for timely access to state of the art cancer care.
PLTI Parent Leadership Training Institutue
PO Box 26294 
Alexandria, VA 22313
Phone: 703.739.0233

Civic Engagement/ Education/ Youth Development PLTI enables parents to become leading civic advocates for children. PLTI cornerstones are respect, validation, and a belief that when the tools of democracy are understood, the public will become active participants in communities.
 Partnership for a Healthier Alexandria   
 Prevention of Blindness Society   
  PRS_logo 1761 Old Meadow Road
McLean, VA 22102
Phone: 703.531.6367
Fax: 703.448.3723

Acute Service - Health / Mental Health/ Housing
Employment / Occupations / Crisis Intervention / Suicide Prevention

PRS exists so that individuals living with mental illness, substance use disorders, mild intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and anyone who faces life crises can achieve safety, personal wellness, recovery and community integration. PRS services are provided throughout northern Virginia and in the District of Columbia.
Rebuilding Together 700 Princess Street, Suite 206
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.836.1021
Fax: 703.836.1741
Housing Rebuilding Together Alexandria was created in 1986 out of a fundamental belief that all people deserve to live in a safe and healthy home. This is best accomplished by preserving existing homes (providing free home modifications, making homes safer, more accessible, and more energy efficient for vulnerable populations) and by adding to the ever-diminishing stock of affordable housing.
SCAN 205 S. Whiting St, Suite 205
ALEXANDRIA, VA 22304                 
Phone: 703.820.9001
Fax: 703.820.9002
Email: mailto:

Child Abuse Prevention, Child Advocacy
Parent Education
Youth Development & Prevention

SCAN of Northern Virginia is an Alexandria-based nonprofit organization, seeing to prevent child abuse throughout Northern Virginia. Our vision is that every child in Northern Virginia will grow up in a safe, stable, nurturing family, with the supports they need to contribute to stronger communities today and as adults tomorrow. We pursue this vision through more...
 Space of Her Own   
Senior Services 206 North Washington Street, Suite 301
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.836.4414, ext 14
Fax: 703.836.1252

Civic Engagement
General Human Services

The mission of Senior Services of Alexandria (SSA) is to foster independence and self-sufficiency, enabling seniors within the City of Alexandria to age with dignity. Working closely with the City of Alexandria, donors, faith communities, and volunteers, SSA provides vital programs and services for seniors in our community including: More...
SAPCA 421 King Street Suite 400
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.746.3670
Fax: 703.838.5070
Youth Development & Prevention SAPCA is an alliance of parents, youth, schools, city health and recreation agencies, media, nonprofits, businesses, policymakers and law enforcement whose mission is to engage diverse sectors of the community in collaborative, cross-cultural and comprehensive substance abuse prevention efforts that result in a reduction of underage substance use and abuse in the City of Alexandria.
 Tenants and Workers United   
ARC 2755 Hartland Road, Suite 200
Falls Church, VA 22043
Phone: 703.208.1119
Fax: 703.208.0906
Disability Services
General Human Services
Parent Education
The Arc of Northern Virginia promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. The Arc of Northern Virginia provides direct services, education and advocacy with and on behalf of people with ID/DD and their families throughout the City of Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax County, and the Cities of Fairfax and Falls Church.
Campagna Center 418 S. Washington St
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.549.0111
Fax: 703.549.2097
Child Development / Child Care
General Human Services
Parent Education
Youth Development & Prevention
The Campagna Center is a 69-year-old organization deeply committed to improving the lives of nearly 2,000 children, youth and families in Alexandria every year. We believe that the entire community benefits when individuals are able to achieve their highest potential. More...
 The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria   
Reading Connection 4001 N. 9th Street, #226
Arlington, Virginia 22203
Phone: 703.528.8317
Fax: 703.528.3225
Email: mailto:
Child Development / Child Care
Parent Education
The Reading Connection improves the lives of at-risk children and families by helping them create and sustain literacy-rich environments and motivation for reading. TRC accomplishes this mission by: More...
 Together We Bake   
 UpCycle Logo1605 Cameron Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Arts, Science & Environmental Education; Youth Development UpCycle Creative Reuse Center connects creativity and conservation by providing an arts materials resource center and a creative making space for our community. At UpCycle, we rethink our notion of waste, collecting cast-offs from our community to serve as creative art materials. Our programs and activities encourage creativity, critical thinking, innovation and environmentally sustainable behavior. 
Urban Alliance P.O. Box 154
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 202.459.4300
Fax: 202.459.4301
Employment / Occupations
Youth Development & Prevention
Urban Alliance empowers under-resourced youth to aspire, work, and succeed through paid internships, formal training, and mentorship. It is the only year-long employment program for low-income high school seniors in the Washington, DC area. The Alliance was launched at Anacostia High School 18 years ago, is now in 20 DC high schools, more...
Volunteer Alexandria Database 123 N. Alfred Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.836.2176
Fax: 703.683.1793
Civic Engagement
Community Resource for Volunteerism
Disaster Preparedness / Relief
Volunteer Alexandria is in the business of helping Alexandrians give back to this City with their whole heart, through volunteering since 1980. We are essentially matchmakers providing connections between volunteers and nonprofits or City agencies needing assistance the most.
 Wesley Housing Development Corporation   
  WrightToRead logo 414 N Washington St., Ste.101
Alexandria, Virginia, 22314
Phone: 703.299.9854
Youth Development & Prevention
Wright to Read provides volunteer-based, one-one-one sustained literacy tutoring and mentoring relationships to City of Alexandria elementary school children in need, and collaborates with families, schools, and community partners to create a comprehensive support network that guides each child to success. Prospective volunteers will be screened by Wright to Read and will receive training before being assigned to work with a student, and support for the entirety of the tutoring and mentoring relationship.
  YoKid logo 3307 Duke Street
Alexandria, Virginia, 22314
Phone: 571.358.9642
Fax: 877.275.6883
Youth Development & Prevention YoKid is a non-profit that provides instruction in yoga for kids & teens. While youth in today's complex urban environments face ever-increasing challenges, there are greater levels of stress and obesity among kids & teens living in poverty. YoKid was created to help kids & teens confront these challenges by increasing their self-awareness, concentration levels and physical activity through yoga.