We Continue to Serve.

We Continue to Serve through the COVID-19 Crisis. Our desire is to serve the community while being responsible to them and our employees at the same time. We are using Telehealth for many of our counseling sessions, and our Youth Development and Group Therapy participants are still receiving frequent communication from the Youth Development Specialists and leaders, respectively.

Visit Our Profile

Children and Youth

Entire families and communities are impacted when children and teens struggle. Counseling, case management and life skills help youth heal and grow.

Find Out More

Adults

From young adults to older adults, everyone deserves to enjoy independence, safety and security. Counseling and financial management services help you handle life's biggest challenges.

Discover your Options

Community

Whether in after-school programs, your own home, or assisted care facility, your location should not limit your ability to get help. We will come to you.

Learn More

We are a Weapons, Alcohol, Drug, and Smoke-Free Workplace.

Annual Report 2018-19

April 14, 2020

In addition to a comprehensive listing of the supporters of Family Service of Roanoke Valley from July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019, this document includes an overview of the programs and services that we offer to the Roanoke Valley Community. Thank you to everyone who makes our work possible! Click here to read the …

The importance of talking and listening

July 5, 2019

Most everyone spends large portions of their day talking and listening. People do so from the moment they wake up until the moment they go to bed – we talk to our families, our friends, our coworkers, our clients and sometimes even to ourselves or to strangers at the grocery store. It is such an …

Being a foster parent

May 31, 2019

Roller Coaster of Emotions: In Virginia, there are approximately 5,300 children in foster care and nowhere near that number of approved foster parents. Deciding to become a foster parent is not an easy decision to make. There are a number of factors to consider even before making the call to your local Department of Social …

© 2020 Family Service of Roanoke Valley   | Privacy Policy  |  Annual Report  |  Patient Portal

Strengthen Families. Heal Trauma. Restore Hope.

In order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Virus and to protect our clients and staff, our lobby and building is closed to the public until further notice. Our staff is working remotely and our counselors will continue to use TeleHealth to complete counseling sessions. You may call the office (540-563-5316) as calls are frequently monitored. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding and will update this message as soon as we are able.