FOR VIRGINIA FAMILIES: Strawberry Picking at Great Country Farms

FOR VIRGINIA FAMILIES: Strawberry Picking at Great Country Farms

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Date May 18, 2024
Time 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
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Adoptive families are invited to join Children’s Home Society of Virginia (CHSVA) and the Northern Post Adoption Consortium (NPAC) for a family day strawberry picking at Great Country Farms!! After strawberry picking, feel free to gather with the other adoptive families to enjoy all the activities the farm has to offer.

This event is free for adoptive families living within the Northern Post Adoption Consortium (NPAC) service region (Frederick/Winchester, Clark Co, Loudoun Co, Warren Co, Shenandoah Co, Falls Church/Arlington/ Fairfax/ Alexandria, Fauquier Co, Manassas/ Manassas Park, Prince William Co, Page Co, Rappahannock Co, Culpeper Co, Stafford Co, King George Co, Spotsylvania Co, Fredericksburg, Rockingham/ Harrisonburg, Greene Co, Orange County, Louisa Co.) with adopted children ages 0-18. This opportunity is provided to families for free in our service region thanks to our partnership with Virginia Department of Social Services.

You may reserve the number of tickets needed for your family, max 4 tickets. Space is limited, so sign up ASAP!

Preference is given to those actively receiving post-adoption services and supports through NPAC. Please ask your post-adoption support coach for the password to register for this event.


Shamenese Robinson, MA

Post Adoption Social Worker, Children’s Home Society of Virginia

Shamenese Robinson, Post Adoption Social Worker for Children’s Home Society of Virginia is a native of Newport News, Virginia. She achieved her bachelor’s in psychology from Virginia State University, Masters from Liberty University in Marriage and Family therapy and since furthered her education currently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology. She has a driven passion and is committed to working with children and families, understanding the power of collectiveness and clinical interventions to promote healthier lifestyles and identifying positive skills to enhance better decision-making outcomes. Shamenese has used her background in psychology to work in multiple disciplines of case management, conducting assessments and treatments, providing therapeutic supports and counseling to individuals and adolescents across the spectrum. Her realm has allowed her to offer social and community supports as a social worker resourcefully helping individuals to live at their maximum potential. She embraces every given opportunity as a privilege to work with children and families to encourage, support and impact the lives of others remarkably.

Contact: Shamenese Robinson, MA,