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The King William Outreach Program is a group of volunteer individuals and organizations as well as state and local agencies who provide services to the citizens of King William County. The group meets every month on the 4th Thursday at 2 pm in the L.T. McAllister Human Services Building at 172 Courthouse Lane in the community room. The Outreach Program is open to all organizations in the county who provide services to individuals and families. Please contact Anne Mitchell by email, or call 804-769-4913 to find out how to get your group involved in this information sharing group.
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Anyone may report suspected child abuse or neglect. Between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, call our office at 804-769-4905 and ask for a child protective services worker. At all other times, call the Child Protective Services Hotline at 800-552-7096. If your call is an emergency, a local worker will be dispatched. Your name, if you choose to give it, will only be released if ordered by a Judge.
Valid reports will be investigated or a family assessment will be completed to determine if services are needed for the family.
The Department of Social Services does not administer Social Security Programs. You can get information about those programs from the Social Security Administration website.
You can visit the Child Care VA website for more information.