Help First Capital Bank “Stuff the Bus” for Students of St. Joseph’s Villa!

We’re so grateful to once again be a beneficiary of First Capital Bank’s “Stuff the Bus” – an annual school supplies drive for students in need.  Many of our families cannot afford essential supplies for their children.  Tomorrow is a chance for you to offer them a helping hand.  This Saturday, August 10, you’ll see the First Capital Bank signature […]

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Villa CEO Kathleen Burke Barrett to Receive Humanitarian Award

St. Joseph’s Villa is proud to announce that our CEO Kathleen Burke Barrett will be honored with a 2013 Humanitarian Award from the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities this October.  The Humanitarian Awards recognize individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to the promotion of respect and understanding among people of diverse racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. Kathleen has spent her […]

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Meet Craig Coles, Early Autism Assistant Behavior Analyst

For three years Craig Coles has served as a Treatment Specialist for children with autism at St. Joseph’s Villa.   He became a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) in 2004 and was recently licensed as such through the Virginia Board of Medicine.  Credentialed nationally and licensed by the state, Craig now works with Dr. Ken Macurik in the Villa’s new […]

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Welcome to our New Website!

Thanks for visiting our new and much-improved website, designed with you in mind.  We invite you to take a few moments to explore all the updated content and features.  And, if you haven’t already, feel free to connect with the Villa through our social media networks!  Click the icons at the top of this page. We’re also pleased to introduce a mobile […]

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Gov. McDonnell Holds ‘Road to Ending Homelessness’ Press Conference at SJV

St. Joseph’s Villa had the honor of welcoming Governor McDonnell to our campus on June 24, 2013 for his Road to Ending Homelessness Press Conference.  During the press conference, the Governor announced a 16% decline in homelessness throughout Virginia over the last three years.  He attributed much of the success to rapid re-housing and cited St. […]

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