About Our Agency
Quin Rivers, Inc., is a Virginia-based non-profit, 501(c)(3) Community Action Agency that provides, community-based support services and leadership to advance the well-being of residents living in eleven contiguous jurisdictions in Central Virginia: the counties of Caroline, Charles City, Hanover, New Kent, King and Queen, King William, King George, Stafford, Spotsylvania, the City of Fredericksburg, and the Town of West Point. Quin Rivers, Inc.; is governed by a very energetic, eclectic, and engaged 16-member community-based volunteer Board of Directors. The Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) requirements stipulate that the grant be administered through a tri-partite Board of Directors (which Quin Rivers fully meets) comprised of members from each service locality: local government; low-income representatives; and business, industry, labor, religious, social services, education, or other major groups.
About Our Programs
A nationally recognized, evidence-based home visiting model program designed to work closely with over-burdened families who are at risk for adverse childhood experiences, including child maltreatment.
An initiative to reduce homelessness, shorten the length of time individuals and households may remain homeless; and reduce the number of at-risk individuals returning to homelessness.
An assistance initiative for individuals struggling with mortgage payment or the inability to manage personal finances effectively.
An alternative for rural, small businesses that may require financing or capital for entrepreneurial start ups.
A post-secondary access preparation program designed to assist students to connect and focus on the need to remain in and graduate from school.
A critically important program designed to assist survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and their families.
An approved U.S. Department of Social Security Administration program designed to assist individuals who are in critical need of assistance in managing their personal finances including bill payment.
Supportive Services for Veterans Families
A program to promote housing stability among Veteran families who are either experiencing homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness.
About Our Communities
(Sources: United Way of Greater Richmond/Petersburg 2015 Indicators of Community Strength report, 2013 Annual Report on Domestic & Sexual Violence in Virginia â€“ Office of the Attorney General, Veterans Coming Home report)