"When the heart is open, so must be the house."

Children’s Services of Virginia (CSV) is a private, licensed child placing agency providing treatment foster care and foster to adopt services for children and families.  We serve the northern half of Virginia including NOVA, Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg and Winchester.

The Treatment Foster Care (TFC) program is licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services and provides services to children from birth to age 21.

The program primarily serves children who have been abused and neglected.  Many of these children will not be able to return to their birth family.  If parental rights are terminated the current foster family is almost always given the opportunity to adopt the children.  Children's Services of Virginia charges no fee to the foster family and assists with the adoption process.

Twenty-six foster children were adopted by our foster families in 2015! Eleven have been adopted so far in 2016!


There is a shortage of foster and foster to adopt families at Children's Services of Virginia! Many of our foster families adopt their foster children and do not have room for additional children.  As a result we are always looking for additional families, especially families who take sibling groups.

Interested in becoming a Foster Parent?  Contact treatmentfostercare1@csv-inc.com or call 888-380-4434. There is no obligation when you contact us.

Administrative and Main Office
311 Airport Road
P.O. Box 2867
Winchester, VA 22604
Phone: 540.667.0116
Fax: 540.667.0174

Also serving the Front Royal, Leesburg
and Woodstock areas

Harrisonburg Office
250 E. Elizabeth Street, Suite 105
P.O. Box 1069
Harrisonburg, VA 22803
Phone: 540.801.0900
Fax: 540.801.0886

Also serving the Staunton, Broadway
and Luray areas

Fredericksburg Office

150 Olde Greenwich Dr.

P.O. Box 1596

Fredericksburg, VA  22408

Phone: 540.898.6840

Fax: 540.898.6842



Also serving Northern Virginia, Prince William, Fairfax, Culpeper, Madison, Orange, Louisa, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Greene
Counties and Fredericksburg City.