Community Partners

Accessible Transportation

V.I. Coalition of Disabled Citizens, Dial-A-Ride, St. Thomas
(340) 776-1277
This agency provides accessible, subsidized transportation to physically-challenged and elderly residents or visitors on St. Thomas; offers hurricane preparedness and aftermath services to this population; and job training to disabled individuals.

Community Foundation St. John, D-A-R-T Transit
(340) 693-9410
This agency provides accessible, subsidized transportation to physically and mentally-challenged, and elderly residents or visitors on St. John; it offers services to the home-bound and bulk-shopping in St. Thomas for its clients.

Advocacy & Legal Services 

Legal Services of the Virgin Islands
(340) 773-2626 or (340) 774-6720
Provides free legal representation and advocacy for the poor, elderly, disabled, victims of domestic violence and abused and neglected children.

Food & Shelter

Catholic Charities of the Virgin Islands
Bethlehem House

(340) 777-8518
This agency and subsidiaries provides shelter and support to homeless individuals and families with children; case management services for those suffering with mental illnesses; daily soup kitchen meals, counseling and outreach services to homebound elderly clients.

Habitat for Humanity of the Virgin Islands
(340) 714-5678
Helps moderate income families purchase their own home, while involving volunteers in building the home.

Health & Crisis Intervention

American Red Cross
(340) 774-0375
American Red Cross provides disaster preparedness and relief to victims of major and minor disasters; health and safety services which include HIV/AIDS education, CPR and First Aid, swimming and life guard training; and emergency communication between members of the U. S. Armed Forces and their families.

Yellow Cedar Group Home
(340) 774-4424
This agency provides quality residential care and supervision for nine developmentally disabled adults.

Ebenezer Gardens
(340) 776-7499
This agency provides low income senior citizens with rent subsidized 1-bedroom apartments and a range of services to assist tenants in living independently.

Youth Development

Virgin Islands Council, Inc., Boy Scouts of America
(340) 774-2752
In partnership with community organizations, this agency provides leadership training, career education, social skills development and community service activities for youth ages 6 to 20.

Lutheran Reformation Summer Program
(340) 775-1022
Summer program designed to upgrade the academic abilities of youth, ages 5-12, plus provide recreational activities and arts and crafts.

St. Andrew’s Sunny Saints Summer Program
(340) 774-1223
This agency provides lessons in basic computer, language arts, math, reading, arts and crafts, sports, field trips, music, Bible, baking and serving.

St. Thomas Reformed Church Summer Program
(340) 776-8255
Summer day camp provides certified swimming instruction, music, crafts, recreation and Bible study for children ages 4-12.

Civil Air Patrol
(340) 775-0288
An auxiliary arm of the U.S. Air Force, this agency trains youth, ages 12-18 in aviation, instills discipline, encourages academic excellence, and promotes community service. Members assist the community in times of emergencies.

Savan Boys’ Club
(340) 513-9253
The club helps at-risk children go straight and stay straight by developing youths educationally, socially, culturally, and recreationally. Some of the activities include Toastmasters, Spanish, computer, basic mechanics, basketball, baseball, and swimming.

V.I. Institute for Teaching and Learning, Inc.
(340) 777-7030
This agency provides training and resources for young people, teachers and parents to stimulate reading, critical thinking and communications skills through its Mother Goose reading program, Chess in Schools and Health Connection Plus’ and conflict resolution program.