Achieve of Central Virginia
We help adults with disabilities achieve greater independence.
In 1963, a group of parents got together with one goal in mind: To give their adult children a safe place to work and participate in the local community. The first group of its kind in this area, the parents approached the local Junior League chapter for support in finding an appropriate place to meet and launch: A church. In 1963, the Sheltered Workshop of Lynchburg was officially born.
Since that time, we’ve seen a lot of regulation changes, as well as changes within the communities we serve. We recognized these shifts and changes as necessary moves to better serve our local individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, but we still kept our original goal in mind: To help adults with disabilities find a safe place to work.
Larry Winn, Manager | Belvac Productions
Jim Saunders, Master Scheduler | Flowserve
Roger Dalton | MidAtlantic Printers Ltd.
Hilton S. Maddox, Purchasing Manager | Capps Shoe Company
James R. Mays, President | Pride of VA
Help Us Continue To Give Support And Stability.