- Brain Injury Association of Virginia
- Commonwealth Autism
- Hemophilia Association of the Capital Area
- Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance
- Virginia Alliance of Brain Injury Service Providers
- Virginia Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Virginia Association of Community Services Boards
- Virginia Association for Hospices and Palliative Care
- Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation
- Virginia Chapter, American Massage Therapy Association
- Virginia Hemophilia Foundation
- Virginia Midwives Alliance
- Virginia Rehabilitation Association
K-12 Education Clients:
- Virginia Association for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance (VAHPERD)
- Virginia Association of School Nurses
- Virginia Athletic Trainers Association
- Virginia Counselors Association
Below, you will find more information about our clients and links to each organization’s website:
BIAV is the primary source of information and personal support for individuals, families, and professionals living in Virginia whose lives have been touched by a life-altering brain injury.
Commonwealth Autism builds capacity of the autism provider network through partnership and collaboration.
HACA serves persons with bleeding disorders and their families in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area.
SAARA maximizes the power of the people to advocate for treatment and recovery in order to prevent the harmful effects of substance abuse upon families, businesses, and the community.
VACNS promotes the role of the clinical nurse specialist as an advanced practice registered nurse in Virginia, improve systems of care, prevent disease, and enhance the health and well-being of Virginians through the provision of evidence-based care.
The VACSB represents Virginia’s Community Services Boards and Behavioral Health Authorities who provide the premier mental health, intellectual disability and substance use disorder services management and delivery in Virginia’s Communities.
VAHPERD advocates for quality programs in health, physical education, recreation, dance, and sport. It is the vision of the Association to have a positive impact on society as a whole.
VAHPC advocates for quality care for all persons with life-limiting illnesses. The Association promotes hospice and palliative care education and ethical practices and serves as a united voice and resource for its members.
VASN is dedicated to improving the health and educational success of children and youth in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Association focuses on advancing quality school health services and health education.
VATA is dedicated to the health and well-being of Virginians who are physically active. The Association focuses on enhancing the professional development of Virginia’s certified athletic trainers and on communicating between all persons and agencies invested in the health and well-being of athletes and the physically active.
The Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to the eradication of breast cancer through education and advocacy.
The Virginia Chapter of AMTA works to improve the practice of massage therapy, promote massage as a therapeutic modality to relieve pain and stress, and assure the practice of massage therapy is delivered by qualified health professionals licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia (licensure became effective January 1, 2017).
The mission of VCA is to serve, educate, and develop counselors in all settings who will provide best counseling practices to enhance human development and functioning throughout the lifespan and promote public confidence in the counseling profession.
VHF exists to further all facets of support, education and advocacy for those affected by a bleeding disorder by instilling awareness and understanding about the causes of hemophilia and bleeding disorders, empowering those with bleeding disorders (and those around them) with a dedicated support network in our geographic area while providing information and to serve as a central resource for all hemophilia and bleeding disorder issues.
VMA woks to unite all midwives in Virginia, to further the education of midwives, and to assure that women choosing out-of-hospital births receive high-quality care from their midwifery providers.
VRA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all persons with disabilities, working to enable persons with disabilities to participate in the mainstream of society. The Association also provides professional development for persons in the field of rehabilitation and independent living.