There are many opportunities to help others in Front Royal and Warren County 

Community matters, and results matter. Now more than ever there are volunteer opportunities for you to help and get things done, and there are so many ways you can make a difference today.

In the calendar year of 2013, leading up to the closure of Harmony Place, more than 400 calls had been received on the local hotline — a remarkably large number for a single county.   Even when the agency closed, calls continued to come, with the largest portion of those all going to local law enforcement agencies.  All told, more than 600 local calls were made in 2013 for assistance, counseling, and safety help . . . a remarkably large number for one county.

  • Work alongside Concern Hotline, a volunteer-operated hotline providing crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and information and referral services. Contact Brad at 540-536-1630 if interested. You can also go to their website for more information.
  • Contact us at 540-635-3636 to discuss the type of volunteer opportunity you are looking for. We will help you find ways to help the community that match your interests.
  • to find the latest times and places that might need a hand.