St. Joseph’s Villa offers a wide range of integrated services for children and families struggling with physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities, special education needs, mental illness and homelessness. We impact 3,000 lives each year, on and off our campus.
Our services include:
Since the Villa was founded in 1834, we have been open to children and families in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our work is centered on the belief that every individual we serve has hope for a bright future.
The Virginia Housing Alliance (VHA) and local partners have announced the availability of AmeriCorps VISTA Member positions to support planning groups and service providers responsible for ending homelessness in Virginia. Our Flagler Housing
St. Joseph's Villa began a new chapter in its 185-year history as we launched construction on the home of our new Sarah Dooley Center for Autism. With the help of
We're excited to welcome the Richmond Region Antique Automobile Club back to our campus for their 50th annual Car Show! Cruise over to the Villa for Central Virginia's largest automotive