Mentor, give a gift, host a drive for school supplies or personal hygiene items, adopt a home, do a community service project, or donate quilts to youth.
Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Family Services began as a day nursery in 1910 to care for the children of women working at the Monticello mill.
Youth are served through Residential Living, Therapeutic Group Homes, Respite Care and Emergency Shelter.
Our Core Values
Demonstrating a servant’s heart through sharing Christ’s caring, compassion, empathy and healing.
Creating an atmosphere of confidence, where everyone is treated with integrity, equity and dignity.
Developing healthy connections and relationships in a safe and secure environment.
Recognizing the worth of self and others and the value of discipline and structure.
Transforming lives and minds by teaching and instilling personal responsibility.
“Your support is essential to changing the lives of youth. Because of you, our team improves the lives of more than 130 children and youth from all over the state every year.”
It has grown from one building in 1923 to seven homes, a gym, an on-site school, computer lab, pavilion and a low ropes course for outdoor activities.