Child abuse is on the rise as Loudoun's vulnerable families continue to face long-term consequences of COVID. That's where SCAN comes in. After two years of isolation, socio-economic instability, and lack of community resources, struggling families continue to face stress and unsafe living situations. Loudoun's youth need our help now more than ever.
Loudoun County has allocated nearly $2.5 million to 36 area nonprofits and faith-based organizations working to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The allocation are funded through the American Rescue Plan Act, from which the county government has received $40.2 million in the first of two payments from the federal government. Domestic Violence/Child Abuse: SCAN of Northern Virginia, $41,953.
January 31, 2019—SCAN of Northern Virginia opened a new office in Loudoun County this month. In addition to its main office in Alexandria, the new space—located at 18 Export Drive in Sterling, Va.—will provide opportunities and space to coordinate with community partners as the organization works to strengthen children and nurture families in Loudoun County. […]
On September 26, thanks to grant funding from Loudoun Non-Profit grants, the first Trauma-Informed Community Network (TICN) meeting was called to order at HealthWorks for Northern Virginia in Loudoun County and facilitated by SCAN. The Loudoun community has been making great strides in integrating trauma-informed care in the community and SCAN is excited to help steward […]
April 3, 2017 The Loudoun County Partnership for Resilient Children and Families released Resilient Children, Resilient Loudoun today, a report providing a valuable overview of the current state of children and families in the county, as well as 4 key recommendations: Increase community outreach to underserved and isolated families in Loudoun County. Support parents in […]