Families Overcoming Obstacles Together

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2100 Kecoughtan Rd, Hampton, VA 23661, USA
2100 Kecoughtan Road Hampton Virginia 23661 US
Locations Served
Newport News, Hampton

The mission of Families Overcoming Obstacles Together (F.O.O.T.) is to serve families and communities with quality services that promote wellness, aid recovery, and enhance mental health using a holistic approach.

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7 Terrace Rd, Hampton, VA 23661, USA 0.7 km

ECHO Orphancare Partners serves vulnerable children and families by connecting caring communities through strategic partnerships with local child welfare, local churches, and the community.

Newport News, Hampton, City of Williamsburg, James City County, York County, Poquoson, Gloucester, Mathews
2016 25th Street, Newport News, VA 23607, USA 1.47 km

The mission of Love the Tree of Life Clinic is to glorify Christ Jesus The Messiah by providing temporary physiological needs including food, showers, clothing, transitional services, and community medical services in a just, non-discriminatory safe place. We advocate for the voice of all people, endeavoring to understand their non-typical and special needs while meeting them where they are at/in their walk of life with Faith, Hope, and Love. Valuing all people and invite them to share the Good News of Eternal Salvation.

Newport News, Hampton
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239 Buxton Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607 2.03 km

Providing miles of smiles by helping to alleviate poverty, hunger and insufficiencies through hope, love and giving of human resources, providing human services and empowerment workshops in life skills to revitalize and build strong families making a socioeconomic impact in our community.  We provide free clothing, non-perishable food, personal hygiene and school supplies to those in need.

Newport News, Hampton, City of Williamsburg, James City County, York County
2401 Aluminum Avenue, Hampton, VA 23661, USA 2.18 km

The Virginia Peninsula Foodbank has been a community leader in providing food assistance to residents experiencing hunger across the greater Peninsula.  We acquire food through donations, purchasing, and government programs and collaborate with over 150 partner agencies to ensure that it reaches those who are in need.  We also operate our own programs that aim to alleviate food insecurity in children, individuals, families, seniors, and veterans.  We proudly serve the cities of Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, and Williamsburg, and the counties of Gloucester, James City, Mathews, Surry, and York.  The Foodbank also represents an important component of the community’s emergency response following a weather disaster, economic downturn, or health pandemic.  We focus on giving our neighbors the nutritious food they need to live a healthy lifestyle.

While we certainly provide support to our neighbors who are caught in a cycle of poverty and experience chronic food insecurity, we also offer assistance to people who are confronting temporary, short-term challenges, such as a job loss, medical emergency, or accident and need food to sustain them until they can regain stability.  Hunger can impact a household without notice, and the face of hunger could be your neighbor.  By working daily to provide comfort and hope in the form of  healthy meals, we strive to ensure that every person or family has a plate at the table and can avoid making impossible choices between having food and addressing other basic needs.  Hunger does not discriminate, and neither do we.  The Foodbank is here to support anyone who needs help.

Newport News, Hampton, City of Williamsburg, James City County, York County, Poquoson, Gloucester, Mathews
3100 Wickham Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607, USA 3.41 km

The C. Waldo Scott Center for H.O.P.E. provides multi-discipline programs and services to community youth and adults addressing education, life skills, health, and employment.

2410 Wickham Avenue, Newport News, VA, USA 3.45 km

Hampton Roads Community Action Program is a 501c3 Community Action Agency that has served the low-income residents of Newport News and Hampton, Virginia for over 50 years. The agency operates over 20 programs designed to fulfill our mission “to plan, develop, implement and evaluate programs that foster self-sufficiency through educational, social and economic development.”

726 32nd Street, Newport News, VA 23607, USA 3.89 km

Our mission is to improve our community by eliminating stigmas and supplying tools for success.

Newport News
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40 Kings Way, Hampton, VA 23669, USA 4.29 km

Since the 1960s Hampton Baptist Church has worked to alleviate hunger in downtown Hampton. In 2015 we changed the name to SAME (So All May Eat) to better reflect our mission to create an interfaith community by addressing nutritional and physical needs with our neighbors who are homeless or living in poverty so we might together experience the fullness of God’s love and grace.

619 21st Street, Newport News, VA, United States 4.29 km

Hampton Roads Urban Agriculture is committed to reducing food insecurity within the Hampton Roads area, through urban farming, programming, and by creating a sustainable food system.

2 Eaton Street suite 1105, Hampton, VA 23669, USA 4.37 km

The Annie Belle Reavis Tuccori Foundation seeks to provide local Virginia Peninsula Non-Profits with funding as they work to support the local needs and development of the Hampton Roads community.

Newport News, Hampton, City of Williamsburg, James City County, York County, Poquoson
PO Box 190, Hampton, VA, USA 4.41 km

HELP’s mission is to provide dignifying, empowering, and faith-based safety-net shelter, healthcare, and support to our community’s most vulnerable people. We accomplish this through thermal shelter programs, the HELP Charitable Medical & Dental Clinics, Day Support Center, and other support programs.

1306 Thomas Street, Hampton, VA, USA 4.44 km

Our mission is to nurture young children by providing affordable, quality preschool programs that develop the whole child and foster school readiness.

4410 East Claiborne Square, Hampton, VA, USA 4.84 km

The Homes at Work Community, Inc. mission is to enrich, educate, and empower youth and their families to obtain affordable housing, successful careers, healthy lifestyles, and well-balanced relationships.

1702 Todds Ln suite 352, Hampton, VA 23666, USA 4.92 km

The mission of the Social Senior Society is to empower and educate Seniors to maintain an independent healthy and social lifestyle.

Newport News, Hampton, Poquoson
2021 Cunningham Drive, Hampton, VA, USA 5.01 km

Our mission is to deliver quality counseling programs and support services that empower individuals and families to improve their lives.

303 Butler Farm Road, Suite 106A, Hampton, Virginia 23666 5.01 km

Insight Enterprises and the Peninsula Center for Independent Living serves the population of disabled persons in Hampton and strives to provide them with independent living skills and services to help with every day life. Services include: housing, counseling, advocacy, skill training, transition, and more.

1705 Todds Lane, Hampton, VA, USA 5.04 km

Freekind (formerly known as Virginia Beach Justice Initiative) is a local faith based non-profit on a mission to prevent human trafficking and support those who have been exploited on their journey to freedom.  We seek to restore the humanity that has been stolen by creating pathways to freedom, reigniting hope and helping survivors experience true belonging.  We are accomplishing our mission through awareness and training, prevention eduction, and survivor support.  We educate our community and provide industry specific training to community partners most likely to encounter victims such as law enforcement, legal and healthcare professionals, educators, social services and those in the hospitality industry.  We also engage our local school systems with the Prevention Project, a middle and high school curriculum that is survivor informed and designed to prevent another generation of victims.  Finally we build offramps to freedom for adult victims of human trafficking who have been incarcerated for crimes related to their victimization.  Our re-entry services give survivors renewed hope for a life of freedom from abuse and empower them to pursue their dreams.

Newport News, Hampton, City of Williamsburg, James City County, York County, Poquoson, Gloucester
110 Coliseum Crossing #196, Hampton, VA 23666, USA 5.36 km

Inner City Innovation is focused on helping our community by teaching, mentoring, guiding, and possibly redirecting our youth to a more promising future. Inner City Innovations Foundation Provides opportunities for inner-city children to participate in activities and outings such as camping, fishing, gardening, computer literacy, and mentoring. Our goal is to provide opportunities for children to gain hands-on experiences that will build self-esteem and provide mentoring resources.

Newport News, Hampton, City of Williamsburg, York County
7401 Warwick Blvd, Newport News, VA 23607, USA 6.28 km

The Heart of Giving is an outreach organization, with the sole purpose to help meet the needs of the community. We are connecting families to one another by bridging the gap in their needs through limitless acts of giving. By providing these resources, the families will be encouraged, empowered, and uplifted to continue on with newfound hope. Our Three Focuses: 1) Giving Hope through giving. 2) Provide Resources through collaboration of agencies, programs, organizations, churches, and other services within the community. 3) Building Relationships through support, love, and unity.

Newport News, Hampton, York County, Poquoson
359 Fenwick Road, Fort Monroe, Hampton, VA 23651, USA 6.86 km

Instead of “fixing” teenagers, Alternatives builds on their strengths. For over three decades, we have gained enormous expertise working with young people and building partnerships with schools, neighborhoods, and city government, as well as garnering national attention.

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