Partner With Us
Why Donate to Adagio House?
Donors are our sustaining partners, allowing us to maintain our free and reduced-fee services across time. Our donors become part of our team by making both clinical and community support services available to those who otherwise can’t afford it. Donations in any amount make a difference, and you can choose to be a monthly or a one-time donor.
Adagio House is committed to being a living wage employer, which means our community support services quickly become more expensive than many people can afford. Your support offsets the costs for these services, making them accessible to more people who need them.
Where Does Your Contribution Go?
Free and Reduced-Fee Sessions
Not everyone has insurance that covers clinical services, and even those who do
may have a high deductible. We offer free initial resource meetings for all new
clients to make sure they can find the right fit. We also offer a sliding-fee
scale for all of our services.
For clinical clients who cannot afford our sliding-fee scale, the Adagio House
Compassion Fund can be accessed by application and is available to each
client for up to one year.
Help Our Clients Get the Support They Need
“Over the past six-seven years of my life I have struggled financially at every turn. There have been moments where I could make a partial payment for a session, but the quality of treatment and services that Adagio House offers is more valuable than I could ever pay for honestly.
I am so happy that I have been able to stay in therapy with April for such a long time as it has significantly helped me to grow and understand myself, my relationships, and my patterns. I personally believe that everyone could benefit from the style of therapy that Adagio House offers.”
– H., Harrisonburg
“Being a mom of two I do not have a lot of extra money to pay for pricey therapy sessions. So I am grateful for the Compassion Fund for making my sessions so affordable. That is a blessing for sure.
If you are feeling anxious about anything or just need someone to listen to your problems and find ways to help you get through the hard times, I really recommend Adagio House. You will not be disappointed.”
– S., Harrisonburg