Olde Towne strives to support the whole patient. If there are needs that cannot be addressed in-house we partner with all outside resources in the area to bring health and wellness to every patient and their family. Below are some of the Williamsburg area resources available to those in need.
Williamsburg House of Mercy provides quality compassionate human services to all people, especially the most vulnerable, regardless of faith. We provide a safe and welcoming environment for area homeless to find respite, receive services, and work toward ending their homelessness, and emergency assistance and supportive services to those struggling to maintain housing and regain stability.
Bacon Street Youth and Family Services creates healthier families and more resilient youth through evidence-based behavioral health and substance use services for adolescents, young adults, and their families.
Our mission is to foster relationships through Love and Grace in order to improve the overall health of the Grove community.
We provide the following:
Food Pantry and Hygiene Closet
Clothes Closet / Undergarment Closet
Children's Snack Bags
School Supplies and Uniforms
Financial Assistance (with support from United Way Virginia Peninsula)
Illiteracy or low literacy can limit a person’s opportunities in life. Even seemingly simple tasks like helping a child with homework or reading a medicine bottle can remain out of reach if you can’t read or speak English. But through our free and low-cost tutoring programs, as well as job support, health literacy lessons and much more, Literacy for Life is opening new doors for members of our community.
Patient/client forms for our Community Partners to access.
We would prefer new patients to access our appointment request portal. However, below are printable forms in English and Spanish if needed.