Community partners

Richmond Prep

‍Emphasizing strong character, fluent literacy and creative thinking for 35-proud years—this private Christian school is dedicated to excellence and enthusiasm. At WPC, students (from preschool through eighth graders) are buzzing through our halls—thinking big and dreaming bigger.

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Virginia Association of Recovery Residences (VARR)

A committed support system for all Virginians seeking safe recovery with accredited practices, programs and housing options. VARR is leading the way with comprehensive, compassionate treatment avenues. According to the National Center for Health statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were more than 72,000 overdose deaths in the U.S. in 2017 alone. Together, we truly believe we can slash away at this startling statistic.

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True Recovery RVA

True Recovery provides residents with a chance to recover from Substance Use Disorders in an environment created by those with lived experience. Their residents live in a home environment with others who are all seeking recovery and possess a willingness to put in the necessary work. The residence is equipped with comfortable living conditions and a feeling of home.

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ReEstablish Richmond

ReEstablish Richmond connects refugees and immigrants to life-building tools and resources to help make Virginia a vibrant and positive home, inspiring our communities with fresh perspectives and new creative energies. Both drivers education and literacy classes are hosted at WPC in-concert with additional efforts through resettlement agencies, government services, other faith communities and amazing volunteers.

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AFREIM

Stewarded by Pastor Humphrey Muraya, the African Evangelical International Ministries is WPC's sister congregation, which has seen a 30 percent uptick in active attendance as well as a steady influx of new members.

AFREIM needed a stable space for its congregation to thrive, and WPC Richmond gladly invited the congregation to worship in the same building. Over the years, these two congregations have blended and formed meaningful friendships. Whether it’s a WPC Richmonder attending an AFREIM service event—or an AFREIM member joining WPC’s praise band and joining forces for bible studies—we’re living out a partnership that extends beyond Sundays.

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I NEED FOOD

Richmond Mutual Aid Hotline
804.404.2346
Tues. – Sat. 8 AM – 10 AM

Food Not Bombs Food Distribution
Sundays 4 PM – 6 PM @
Monroe Park

I NEED SUPPLIES FOR MY CHILDREN

Richmond Mutual Aid Hotline
804.404.2346
Tues. – Sat. 8 AM – 10 AM

Oakwood Arts & VisArts
Activity Kits @ RPS distribution Sites

I AM A DRUG USER

Richmond Harm Reduction
804.358.6140

Needle Exchange
Tuesdays: Noon – 3 PM
Lucks Field

Fridays: 1 PM – 4 PM
Health Brigade

I CAN'T PAY MY RENT

Richmond Tenants Union

Legal Aid
1.866.534.5243

Eviction Helpline
1.833.663.8428

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