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Virginia State onwealth of Virginia (i /v?r'd??nj?/) is a U.S. state on the Atlantic Coast of the Southern United States. Virginia is nicknamed the "Old Dominion" and sometimes the "Mother of Presidents" because it is the birthplace of eight U.S. presidents. The geography and climate of the state are shaped by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Chesapeake Bay, which provide habitat for much of its flora and fauna. The capital of the Commonwealth is Richmond; Virginia Beach is the most populous city and Fairfax County the most populous political subdivision. The state population is over eight million.

Heritage for the Blind is a non-profit organization serving the blind and visually impaired in Virginia State. Our mission is to provide the tools necessary to help the blind and visually impaired in Virginia State independently explore and participate fully in society.

Heritage for the blind can also help individuals in VA search over 1650 local, state and federal programs that can help with expenses such as prescription drugs, rent, heating  bills, meals, medical costs, veteran’s benefits and Alzheimer’s care in VA.  Our Free Benefit search service can help find and the benefits you deserve.

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Virginia Department for the Blind and

Vision Impaired: Virginia Industries for the


1102 Monticello Road

Charlottesville, VA 22902

Phone: (434) 295-5168 30130

Talking Book Services, Roanoke City Public

Library, Melrose-Outreach Branch

2607 Salem Turnpike NW

Roanoke, VA 24017-5397

Phone: (540) 853-2648

Virginia Assistive Technology System

PO Box K-300

Richmond, VA 23288-0300

Phone: (804) 662-9990

Virginia Library and Resource Center, Virginia

Department for the Blind and Vision


395 Azalea Avenue

Richmond, VA 23227-3623

Phone: (804) 371-3661

Virginia Department for the Blind and

Vision Impaired

397 Azalea Avenue

Richmond, VA 23227-3600

Phone: (804) 371-3140

Valley Voice Reading Service for the Blind

Valley Voice svc f/t blind

PO Box 1292

Harrisonburg, VA 22803-1292

Phone: (540) 568-3811

National Industries for the Blind

1310 Braddock Place

Alexandria, VA 22314-1691

Phone: (703) 310-0500

Alexandria Library-Beatley Central Library:

Talking Book Service

5005 Duke Street

Alexandria, VA 22304-2903

Phone: (703) 519-5911

Committee for Purchase from People Who

Are Blind or Severely Disabled

1421 Jefferson Davis Highway

Jefferson Plaza 2, Suite 10800

Arlington, VA 22202-3259

Phone: (703) 603-7740

Council for Exceptional Children

1110 North Glebe Road

Suite 300

Arlington, VA 22201-5704

Phone: (888) 232-7733


12000 Government Center Parkway

Suite 123

Fairfax, VA 22035-0012

Phone: (703) 324-8380

Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind at


PO BOX 2069

Staunton, VA 24402

Phone: (540) 332-9000

Talking Book Center, Staunton Public


1 Churchville Avenue

Staunton, VA 24401

Phone: (540) 885-6215

ITT Industries Night Vision

7635 Plantation Road

Roanoke, VA 24019

Phone: (540) 362-8000

Library for the Blind and Physically

Handicapped, Newport News Public

Library System

110 Main Street

Newport News, VA 23601

Phone: (757) 591-4858

The WHRO Voice, A Radio Reading Service

5200 Hampton Boulevard

Norfolk, VA 23508

Phone: (757) 889-9366

Bayside and Special Services Library,

Department of Public Libraries

936 Independence Boulevard

Virginia Beach, VA 23455

Phone: (757) 385-2684

Prevent Blindness Mid-Atlantic

11618 Busy Street

Richmond, VA 23236

Phone: (804) 423-2020

Prevent Blindness Mid-Atlantic

11618 Busy Street

Richmond, VA 23236

Phone: (804) 423-2020

Virginia Association of Workers for the


4222 Bonniebank Road

Suite 203Richmond, VA 23234

Phone: (804) 275-7300

Virginia Department for the Aging

1610 Forest Avenue

Suite 100

Richmond, VA 23229

Phone: (804) 662-9333

Virginia Voice for the Print Handicapped

395 Azalea Avenue

Richmond, VA 23227

Phone: (804) 266-2477

Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind

and Vision Impaired

401 Azalea Avenue

Richmond, VA 23227

Phone: (804) 371-3151

Braille Circulating Library

2700 Stuart Avenue

Richmond, VA 23220

Phone: (804) 359-3743

Virginia Optometric Association

118 North Eighth Street

Richmond, VA 23219

Phone: (804) 643-0309

Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic: Mid-

Atlantic Region

3500 Remson Courth

Charlottesville, VA 22901

Phone: (804) 293-4797

Fredericksburg Area Subregional Library,

Central Rappahannock Regional Library

1201 Caroline Street

Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Phone: (540) 372-1144

Vision Council of America: Better Vision


1700 Diagonal Road

Suite 500

Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: (703) 548-4560

National Association of State Directors of

Special Education, Inc.

1800 Diagonal RoadSuite 320

Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: (703) 519-3800

American Diabetes Association

1701 North Beauregard Street

Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: (703) 549-1500

Association for Education and Rehabilitation

of the Blind and Visually Impaired

1703 N. Beauregard Street

Suite 440

Alexandria, VA 22311

Phone: (703) 671-4500

Braille Authority of North America

c/o Judy Dixon

1805 North Oakland

Arlington, VA 22207

Phone: (202) 707-0722

Talking Book Service, Arlington County

Department of Libraries

1015 North Quincy Street

Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: (703) 228-6333

American Council of the Blind

2200 Wilson Boulevard

Suite 650

Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: (202) 467-5081

Bartimaeus Group

1481 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 100

McLean, VA 22101

Phone: (703) 442-5023

American Society of Cataract and

Refractive Surgery

4000 Legato Road, Suite 850

Fairfax, VA 22033

Phone: (703) 591-2220

Opticians Association of America

411 Carlisle Dr.

Hedron, VA 20170

Phone: (703) 437-8780

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