Follow along this month as we highlight the importance of mental health, its intersection with domestic and sexual violence, and methods we can all use to care for our mental health.

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Project Horizon is pleased to announce our second annual Juneteenth Art Show. The show will be from June 3-26, 2021 at Nelson Gallery. Artists of all ages are invited to enter work. For more information on submitting work, click below.



Project Horizon began in 1982 as a grassroots effort to provide confidential services free of charge to battered women in the Rockbridge County area. What began as a small group of women around a kitchen table has grown into a comprehensive, accredited program serving the Rockbridge community.


From working directly with survivors and victims to providing education and violence prevention programs, Project Horizon is now a recognized leader in efforts locally and statewide to address the pervasive problem of domestic and sexual violence.

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Project Horizon offers services to anyone regardless of race, ethnicity, place of origin, gender, gender identity/expression, age, faith, sexual orientation, or disability. All of our services are free and confidential. We strive to help any and all who have experienced or wish to learn more about sexual and domestic violence.​



We aim to create a violence free future through education. With programing in all area public schools, we educate the youth of today on domestic violence, dating violence, and healthy relationships. Learn more about our work in education by getting in touch with our team today.

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At Project Horizon, we pay special attention to demographics who are disproportionately affected by domestic and sexual violence. Through community outreach, we reach victims and survivors who typically would not hear about our services. To learn more about our community outreach efforts, contact our team.


120 Varner Ln
Lexington, Va 24450