Partners - A to M
Brain Injury Services of Southwest Virginia
Brain Injury Services of Southwest Virginia's passion is to create and sustain an organization that helps brain injury survivors and their families in Southwest Virginia.
County of Franklin
The County of Franklin works in direct partnership with The Franklin Center.
Department of Aging & Rehabilitative Services
The Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services exists to improve the employment, quality of life, security, and independence of older Virginians, Virginians with disabilities, and their families.
Ferrum College's mission is to educate students in the disciplines of higher learning and to help them be thoughtful and perceptive, to be articulate and professionally capable, and to be caring and concerned citizens of their community, nation, and world.
Franklin County Adult and Career Education Center
Franklin County Adult and Career Education provides high-quality adult education programs for individuals seeking to earn high school credentials, to prepare for the workforce, and to enter post-secondary education and training programs.
Franklin County Department of Social Services
The Franklin County Department of Social Services is one of 120 local departments in Virginia's public social services system. The Department is an agency of county government which administers federal, state, and local public assistance and social work service programs.
Franklin County Public Schools
Learn about the Franklin County Public Schools.
Goodwill of the Valleys Senior Employment Program
Goodwill Industries of the Valleys operates the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), which is the only federal workforce program targeted to low-income older workers. The program is administered by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration through grant agreements with the state and eligible organizations such as Goodwill. Through SCSEP, Goodwill provides part-time employment and training in community service positions for individuals age 55 and older who have a low income.
Longwood Small Business Development Center
As a small business resource for 30 years, the Longwood Small Business Development Center’s (LSBDC) core mission is to provide education, consulting, and economic research to support potential and existing small business owners throughout Southern Virginia. The SBDC program at Longwood University is positioned as an economic development outreach program under the umbrella of the Office of Community and Economic Development. The center’s effectiveness is measured in the success of our clients. Results are measured in terms of client capital investment and jobs created.