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Service Name Service Business Unit Date Updated
Homework Centers The Richmond Public Libraries' Homework Centers are open during the school year, Mondays through Thursdays, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. There are teachers on location and computers available at each branch site (except Bon Air). For more information, please call (804)646-4256. Richmond Public Libraries' 2009-11-01
Hunting & Fishing Licenses The Treasurer's Office, Room 107 in City Hall, 900 E. Broad St. Richmond, VA 23219,Map It sells fishing and hunting licenses. Fishing licenses may also be purchased at several Bait and Tackle shops in the area. See the Verizon Yellow Pages for a listing. Treasurer 2009-11-01
Historic Preservations The 2700 properties within the city's designated Old and Historic Districts fall under the jurisdiction of the city's Commission of Architectural Review which approves all exterior changes to these properties. Planning and Development Review 2009-08-24
Hauling & Moving Permits The Bureau of Traffic Engineering handles the permits for hauling and moving items. Send a completed Hauling & Moving Permit application, along with a payment of $25, to the Department of Public Works,900 E. Broad St., Room 701, Richmond, VA 23219. Map It For information call (804)646-0999. Planning and Development Review 2009-11-02
Healthy Families Richmond The Department of Social Services Children, Families, & Adults Division offers the Healthy Families Richmond Program as an intensive home visiting program for families with prenatal children who reside in the East District and in the Southside of Richmond. Home Visitors work with enrolled families until the target child is three years of age. The program is designed for parents facing challenges such as single parenthood; low income; childhood history of abuse and other adverse child experiences; and current or previous issues related to substance abuse, mental health issues, and/or domestic violence. The Healthy Families Program is also committed to establishing relationships with community partners who serve prenatal and post natal families to improve and enhance client services. There are several designated referral sites throughout the City of Richmond which include: hospitals, medical offices, local schools and family resource centers. Social Services 2018-05-03
Healthy Start
(Initiative)
The Department of Social Services Children, Families, & Adults Division offers the Healthy Start Initiative Program to ensure that low-income and disadvantaged women receive services needed to support a healthy pregnancy, a healthy birth and a healthy baby. Social Services 2018-05-03
Homeless Services The Department of Social Services Children, Families, & Adults Division offers Homeless Services providing outreach, intake and assessment, limited case management, and linkage to short-term housing for individuals and families at- risk of homelessness. Social Services 2018-05-03
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