Wobble Rocket Stage 618 Cameron St, Alexandria, VA22314 Wobble Rocket Stage is a children's improvisational theater. The theater offers improv classes to children ages 8 and…More older and holds workshops throughout the year where children can test out the class; the first workshop is free. The classes are designed to get the students thinking and expressing themselves creatively, and classes are kept small at five to 10 children per class.
Why Not 200 King St, Alexandria, VA22314 Why Not is located on King Street. Here you will be able to find toys and clothing for young children and toddlers.…More Inside there are many different styles of pants and shirts for little ones and infants. For toys, Why Not offers small trucks, stuffed animals and coloring books, as well as children's reading books. You are sure to find numerous items here that will keep your children entertained and delighted.
Children's Counseling of Alexandria 919 Duke St, Alexandria, VA22314 Children's Counseling of Alexandria is a psychotherapy practice that provides counseling for children, teens, families…More and groups. It is the practice of Cathy Canfield, a licensed clinical social worker. The office provides free consultations and develops goal-oriented, personalized treatment services for each patient. Counseling is by appointment only, and some forms of insurance are accepted.
National Law Center for Children and Families 225 N Fairfax St, Alexandria, VA22314 The National Law Center for Children and Families is a non-profit law center that serves the country from its…More offices in Alexandria. The organization strives to train prosecutors, investigators, and local government attorneys on the challenges that are involved in children and sexual exploitation. For more details on their organization, please call the number provided or visit their website.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) headquartered in Alexandria, provides resources and…More information to help recover and protect children, bring perpetrators to justice, and prevent crimes committed against children. The organization develops and promotes standard practices for protection and prevention and aids with issues of urgent response including during times of natural disasters.
NCMEC collaborates with law enforcement, legislators, corporations, and communities to assist with recovery, outreach, family advocacy, public policy advocacy and law enforcement. The website provides the national hotline number for missing children, an online search function, information about AMBER alert and resources for parents or professionals dealing with missing and exploited children.
Volunteer opportunities are listed on the website as well as ways to donate resources and funds.
Adoption Center of Washington 100 Daingerfield Rd, Alexandria, VA22314 This center specializes in international adoptions and works with orphanages and agencies in China, Russia and Vietnam.…More It is licensed in the District of Columbia and Virginia. Its purpose is to help match families with children and to provide medical and other types of services to children in orphanages who can't be adopted.
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation 121 S Saint Asaph St, Alexandria, VA22314 The non-profit, privately-funded Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation offers scholarships for post high school education…More to the children of Marines. Established in 1962, the foundation has a particular focus on children whose parent has been killed or wounded in action.
Hopkins House Association 1224 Princess St, Alexandria, VA22314 Hopkins House offers a curriculum designed to help young children and their families. The school provides parents with…More financial literacy education, homeownership guidance and summer enrichment programs, along with an innovative preschool curriculum for children. Hopkins House houses the Helen Day Preschool Academy and the Early Childhood Learning Institute, which aids adults considering a career in the fields of early care and education.
Arts on the Horizon 1100 Wythe St, Alexandria, VA22314 Arts on the Horizon is a non-profit organization providing theater programs and performances for children from up to 6…More years of age. Performances are specifically geared to children, and the spectators are an integral part of the performance. A variety of educational programs are offered. Classes and camps are held at the First Assembly of God Church in Alexandria.
Beatley Central Library 5005 Duke St, Alexandria, VA22304 Beatley Central Library is a 60,200-square-foot educational facility with a huge selection of adult and children's…More reading material as well as Internet stations, six word processing stations for free public use, wireless Internet access and self-checkout machines. The library is bright and spacious and offers new releases of DVDs, CDs and books on CD, as well as several shelves of used books at rock-bottom prices. Beatley hosts children's programs and activities including storytimes for ages one through six, as well as homebound visits and on-site collections for adults and children who are unable to visit. Its meeting rooms, which seat up to 150 people, are available by reservation.