These organizations and clubs provide information and support for a variety of health and social issues.
Access Aids Care Center for Education and Support Services, Hampton, 722-5511; Norfolk, 640-0929, accessaids.org (formerly full circle CANDII)
Adult Education (Center for Community Learning), Hampton, 727-1327, sbo.hampton.k12.va.us; Newport News, 591-4700 ext. 1136, sbo.nn.k12.va.us.
AIDS-HIV, Williamsburg, 220-4606.
Air Force Aid Society, 764-3990, www.afas.org.
Air Force Family Support Center, 764-3990, langley.af.mil/airman_familyandreadinesscenter.asp.
Al-Anon, support for the friends and families of adult alcoholics, 888-425-2666, al-anon.org.
Alateen, family groups offer support for the friends and families of teen alcoholics, 888-425-2666, al-anon.org.
Alcoholics Anonymous, 595-1212, aavirginia.org.
Alliance for Youth, youth development organization, 597-2801, nngov.com/children-youth-families.
Alternatives Inc., leadership development for middle and high school students, Monart Drawing Studio, 838-2330, altinc.org.
Alzheimer's, Williamsburg, 221-7272, alzseva.org.
American Association of University Women, 825-1136, aauwof_va.org.
American Heart Association, Virginia Peninsula Division, 800-242-8721; americanheart.org.
American Cancer Society, Peninsula Unit, 591-8330; cancer.org.
American Lung Association, Southeast Area, 855-3059; lung_usa.org.
American Red Cross, Hampton Roads chapter, 838-7320, hrred_cross.org; Williamsburg chapter, 253-0228, http://cvc.redcross.org; York- Poquoson chapter, 898-3090, http://yorkpoquosonredcross.org; Gloucester, 804-642-9478.