Directory of Area Organizations

At Rock Spring we gather on Sundays to be nourished by the Spirit and then, afterwards, we scatter to serve the world. Some of us serve through our professions. Many of us volunteer within the community. Here are just some of the many organizations Rock Springers partner with through their time, specific skills, or financial gifts.

Alliance for Housing Solutions
Preserve and increase affordable housing.
(703) 859-0452

Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC)
Supplemental food assistance to Arlington County residents.
(703) 845-8486

Arlington Free Clinic
Provides medical access and care to low-income uninsured
(703) 979-1425

Arlington Interfaith Council
Encourages collaboration among 50 congregations, and provides small financial grants to local agencies
(703) 536-3280

Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing
Non profit affordable housing developer
(703) 276-7444

Arlington Pediatric Center
Healthcare for children from families with income below 200% of the poverty line
(703) 271-8800

Arlington Thrive
Emergency same-day financial assistance for needy Arlingtonians
(703) 558-0035

Arlington Street Peoples Assistance Network (A-SPAN)
Provides life-sustaining services for Arlington's street homeless
(703) 820-4357

Bridges to Independence
Provides a range of services to homeless women/families in the
Arlington/Alexandria area and those at risk of becoming homeless.
(703) 525-7177

Buyers and Renters Arlington Voice (BRAVO)
Advance and defend the rights and interests of affordable housing tenants
(703) 685-5100

Culpepper Garden
Non profit retirement housing community for low income seniors
(703) 528-0162

Doorways for Women and Families
Provides shelter, housing, support services for homeless in Arlington
(703) 237-0881

Meals on Wheels-Arlington
Delivers meals to the disabled and homebound of Arlington County.
(703) 522-0811

National Religious Campaign Against Torture
Seeks to abolish torture
(202) 547-1921

NOVA AIDS Ministry
Educates the public about and serves those with HIV/AIDS
(703) 533-5505

NoVa Women's Center
Mental health counseling, career services, and educational programs
(703) 281-2657

Offender Aid and Restoration
Aimed at restoring offenders to the community as productive and responsible citizens
(703) 228-7030

People of Faith for Equality in Virginia (POFEV)
Interfaith network dedicated to working for equal rights for LGBT Virginians

Phoenix House of the Mid-Atlantic (formerly Vanguard)
Substance abuse treatment center for individuals and families
(703) 841-0703x202

Residential Program Center
Detoxification, substance abuse recovery, homeless services for single adults
(703) 228-0022

Safe Haven
Feeding program for homeless through the First Christian Church, Falls Church.
(703) 532-8220

Shelter House-Patrick Henry Family Shelter
Provides crisis intervention and safe housing for homeless families and victims of domestic violence in Fairfax County
(703) 536-2155

Shirlington Employment and Education Center (SEEC)
Education and employment for day laborers in Arlington
(703) 933-1101

Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement (VOICE)
Non-partisan citizens organization dedicated to making changes on social justice issues

A relative newcomer to our wider mission, Offender Aid and Restoration is a community-based restorative justice organization, that blends compassion and accountability to assist offenders in leading productive and responsible lives for the benefit of all.

Aside from regular financial support, members and groups in the congregation volunteer at the Patrick Henry Family Shelter in Fairfax County, working with the families in a variety of ways from tutoring to crafts.

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Rock Spring has a strong and growing relationship with the Shirlington Employment and Education Center, known as SEEC, in South Arlington.

The Arlington Food Assistance Center has been connected with Rock Spring from its earliest days and remains a strong partner in feeding the hungry within the county.

Started by a member of the Rock Spring congregation, the Arlington Street People's Assistance Network or "A-SPAN" continues to provide life-sustaining services for Arlington’s street homeless population.

The Green Team

Every month with a fifth Sunday is a special event at Rock Spring including worship and a community wide service project.

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Rock Spring is a supporter of the 4th Annual Voices From the Holy Land Film Series. This annual event seeks to explore the complex, difficult, and emotional issues that are preventing peace in the Holy Land through the voices of the people living in the region.

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