Virginia State

Childhelp’s mission in Virginia is anchored by our work at the Alice C. Tyler Village in Lignum, VA, which has served survivors of abuse and neglect since its opening in 1993. Situated on 270 picturesque acres in Culpeper County, the village serves children from across Virginia and West Virginia

Childhelp’s work at the Village enjoys direct support of caring volunteers and donors from around northern Virginia including the dedicated members of the Lake of the Woods Auxiliary, who generously give of their time to support residents through special programs year round, including birthday baskets, a library reading program and a special friend program. Childhelp’s efforts in Virginia are also greatly supported by the efforts of the Childhelp Greater Washington Area Advisory Board in DC.

Virginia News & Events

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that teachers’ reports of child abuse based on conversations with young children can be admitted as testimony, despite a defendant’s constitutional right to…
Like many, many Americans, I was thrilled when the Supreme Court declared same-sex marriages must be recognized nationwide. As a heterosexual, Hindu, Indian-American, I do not take my rights for…

How you can help.

There are many ways you can get involved with Childhelp. However you decide to join in, you can help make a huge impact on a child's life.