The 14th Judicial District Court Service Unit is part of the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice and serves youth and families in Henrico County by providing intake, diversion, pre- and post-dispositional monitoring, probation, parole and domestic relations services. Programs and services are available to clients referred on delinquent complaints from the Henrico Division of Police, Child in Need of Supervision (CHINS) complaints from parents or Henrico County Public Schools, and orders from the judges of the Henrico Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court.

Contact: Lewis Wright, III 804-501-4410

A Better Day Than Yesterday Initiative Program is a community base organization, that focuses on family reunification with our various programs. We assist families after a separation has occurred due to incarceration, divorce, deployment, or extended separation. We are committed to helping families rebuild a stable relationship. We support families in the Virginia communities.

Contact: LeTeisha Gordon 804-299-1932

Extra Special Parents (ESP) was established in 2006 in Richmond, VA as a therapeutic foster care agency. Since its inception, ESP has gained a positive reputation not only for producing above-average outcomes for youth but also for its use of community-based services and emphasis on promoting and preserving healthy family relationships and focusing on permanency for all children. The goal throughout the entirety of Extra Special Parents is to provide the highest level of care possible to children and families in need.

Contact: Vincent Ellis White 804-714-1776

Flawless Imperfections, LLC provides empowerment and relationship one on one and group coaching to women. We provide Character and Leadership Development workshops to teen girls in schools and juvenile correction centers.

Contact: Tammie Mobley

The goal of Henrico Area Prevention Services is to promote mental health and wellness. Henrico Area Prevention Services supports individual, family and community strengths, by reducing the influence of risk factors, and increasing protective factors. Addressing risks and building upon the strengths of youth, families, and communities averts the need for more costly substance use and mental health treatment services. Henrico Area Prevention Services is a service of Henrico Area Mental Health and Developmental Services

Contact: Dr. Patricia Hill 804-727-8058

The mission of Henrico County Public Library is to promote reading and lifelong learning, connect people with the information they need, and enrich community life. We have the books and audiobooks you expect from your library, plus access to research materials, technology, and educational programs and events for all ages. With knowledgeable, friendly staff who are happy to help you find materials and information, our libraries also offer unique shared spaces for collaborating with others or enjoying a quiet retreat on your own.

Contact: Matt Phillips 804-501-1633

Henrico County Recreation & Parks is pleased to offer our citizens a variety of programs and activities for all ages, including residents with special needs. From visual arts to nature and outdoors, preschool to senior adults, there is something for everyone. Our Division also oversees the development, construction, and maintenance of many parks, recreation facilities, athletic complexes, and historic sites throughout Henrico County.

Contact: John Zannino 804-652-1457

The Henrico Police Athletic League is state licensed, non-profit 501c3 youth crime prevention program whose mission is to improve relationship between police officers and youth.

Contact: 804 262-4725 (HPAL)

Quadrant Family Services, LLC provides services funded through the CSA/FAPT such as Parent Coaching, Adolescent Skill Building/Mentoring, Co-parenting and Visitation. In addition to these services QFS provides Free 12 week Parent Education Session located in Henrico (Monday) & the City of Richmond (Wednesday). 

Contact: AJ Johnson 804-467-1334

Safe Harbor provides the support that survivors of sexual and domestic violence and human trafficking need to overcome their crisis and to transform their lives. We offer comprehensive services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking including: individual and group counseling, children/youth services, 24-hour helpline, court advocacy, emergency shelter, hospital accompaniment, and community education and training.

Contact: Elena Brooks-Perkins 804-249-9470

The Department of Social Services provides financial assistance and social services programs that effectively assist individuals and families to meet their basic human needs, increase their capacity to function independently, and to provide protection for abused and neglected children, and aged and disabled adults. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for Henrico county citizens by assisting them in meeting their essential human needs and encouraging their self-sufficiency.

West End: 804-501-4001
East End: 804-652-3123