There is a curfew in Colonial Heights between 11:00 pm and 5:00 am everyday for youth ages 17 and under. There are exceptions - please refer to the Colonial Heights City Code, Chapter 116: CURFEW, for details.
In addition, Southpark Mall has a Youth Escort Policy (YEP) in effect on Friday and Saturday evenings after 6:00 pm requiring juveniles to be escorted by an adult within the mall or on mall property. Visit Southpark Mall Security Policies for details on the YEP policy.
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For parents of teens, we offer "Active Parenting of Teens." Contact the Office on Youth at (804) 520-9286 to learn more.
Contact the Office on Youth at (804) 520-9286 for information about our Kids’ Achieving Progress Afterschool Program. You may also want to check with your child’s teacher or guidance counselor at school for additional tutoring assistance options.
Please contact the James House at (804) 458-2704 and/or the Colonial Heights Victim Witness Program Director at (804) 520-9258. If you are in need of medical attention, call 911. If the perpetrator is in your home now, call 911 and leave.
You may call the Colonial Heights Health Department at (804) 520-9380 for an appointment. Another resource is the Pregnancy Crisis Center in Petersburg at (804) 861-5433.
You may call the Colonial Heights School Board Office at (804) 526-0811 or their Office of Support Services at (804) 524-3445.
Please contact CARES (804-861-0865), the Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Department of Social Services (804-748-1100), the Salvation Army (804-225-7470), The Housing Crisis Line (804-972-0813) or CCHASM (804-796-2479). If school-age children are involved, contact Colonial Heights Public Schools’ Office of Support Services (804-524-3445).
The Kids' After School Program is for 4th through 8th graders who have social, behavioral or academic problems. Contact the Office on Youth at (804) 520-9286 for information.