Our Locations

Main Campus (Dumfries)

PO Box 74, Dumfries, VA 22026

The Main Campus has three buildings:  Administration Building, Family Services Center, and Hunger Prevention Center.

Administration Building Map

3900 ACTS Lane, Dumfries, VA 22026

CEO, COO, CPO, CFO, Development Director, Human Resources Department, Finance Department, Program Directors, and Volunteer Coordinator

Family Services Center Map

3901 ACTS Lane, Dumfries, VA 22026

1st Floor: Emergency Assistance, Health and Wellness, and Food Pantry

2nd Floor: Domestic Violence Services and Sexual Assault Services

Hunger Prevention Center Map

17950 Dr. David Cline Lane, Dumfries, VA 22026

1st Floor: Warehouse for food donations

2nd Floor: PWFR Headquarters

Manassas Office Map

9317 Grant Avenue, Manassas, VA 20110

Domestic Violence Services, Sexual Assault Services, Community Educator

Court Advocacy Office Map

9540 Center Street, Manassas, VA 20110

Assistance with Protective Orders, finding Attorneys, and Spanish advocacy for Domestic Violence Clients

Beverly Warren House Map

17866 Main Street, Dumfries VA 22026

Emergency Shelter – 18 bed facility with a community living room, kitchen, play area for children, and laundry.

Women’s Empowerment Center Map

1811 Kerill Road, Triangle, VA 22172

Permanent Supportive Housing for women or women with children who are chronically homeless due to mental or substance abuse issues.

1st Floor:  2 individual apartments, living room, kitchen, play room, and laundry.

2nd Floor: 3 individual apartments

Basement: offices and conference rooms

Thrift Store Map

3661 Canal Road, Dumfries, VA 22026

Clothing and household items at affordable prices. All proceeds support client service programs.

Thrift Store Donation Center Map

17690 Main Street, Dumfries, VA 22026

Warehouse facility for receiving and sorting clothing and household donations.

Safe House

Private rooms for singles/families, kitchen, living and dining room, deck and private back yard.  Case management, safety planning, skill-building classes, thrift store vouchers, housing assistance, employment assistance, transportation, and children’s services are available, as well as the full complement of services from our court advocacy program.