Mental Health

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Mental Health

We want to help you lead the best life possible. Whether you’re struggling to find joy in everyday life or living with a severe and persistent mental illness, we’ve got you covered with our wide range of top-notch services.

  • Same Day Access
    The decision to seek behavioral healthcare can be difficult. Whenever you're ready, we're here to help.  Come on in during our Same Day Access hours to receive an assessment without an appointment. Please bring insurance cards, referral paperwork, and any court order documentation with you. Please plan for this assessment to take up to two…
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  • Mental Health Outpatient Services
    We want to help you live the best life possible, so we offer comprehensive behavioral health services in our outpatient clinics. We provide help to individuals who deal with depression or anxiety, are trying to process trauma, or who struggle with other behavioral health concerns. Our licensed professional clinicians offer individual, group, and family therapy;…
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  • Assertive Community Treatment
    Home is often the best place to heal for individuals with a severe and persistent mental illness. Too often, they end up in jail or on the streets. Our Program for Assertive Community Treatment aims to keep people with severe and persistent mental illness at home. The PACT team meets individuals where they are and…
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  • Peer Services
    The path to recovery can be long and winding. It often helps to have someone who has traveled the same road to point out bumps and twists along the way. Peer specialists provide this service for people recovering from mental illness or addiction. A peer support specialist can help with the empathy and compassion that…
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  • Mental Health Case Management
    Mental health care encompasses more than therapy appointments and medication. For individuals struggling with behavioral health challenges, everyday tasks can become unmanageable. It can be difficult to meet basic needs, such as food, housing, healthcare, employment, and vocational training. Mental Health Case Managers help individuals navigate an array of  treatment options, behavioral healthcare programs, and…
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  • Child and Adolescent Services
    Having a child with mental health concerns can be challenging, and it can be difficult to navigate the maze of services to find what you need. We are here to help, offering a vast array of mental health services for children and adolescents, including: Individual and family therapy Psychological consultation and assessment Medication management Services…
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  • Emergency Services
    Mental health care encompasses more than therapy appointments and medication. For individuals struggling with behavioral health challenges, everyday tasks can be intractable. It can be difficult to meet basic needs, such as food, housing, healthcare, employment, and vocational training. Mental Health Case Managers help
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  • Jail Based Services
    We offer onsite mental health services at Rappahannock Regional Jail and Rappahannock Juvenile Detention Center. Our full-time clinicians provide behavioral health services to incarcerated individuals. We provide crisis intervention, psychiatric services, substance abuse services, diversion services, and case management. We also help individuals with serious mental illness transition back into the community after they leave…
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  • Residential Services
    A severe and persistent mental illness can make daily household activities difficult. Cooking, cleaning, budgeting, and getting along with neighbors can seem like insurmountable challenges to someone struggling with behavioral health concerns. We are here to help, with a wide array of services from 24-hour supervision to weekly visits. We help individuals with mental illness…
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  • Day Services – Kenmore Club
    Our clubhouse is more than a place to go during the day--it’s a community. At Kenmore Club, individuals with severe and persistent mental illness come for psychosocial rehabilitation. By focusing on each individual’s strengths, we help members pursue passions and build friendships. At the Barbara C. Terry Building, members work with staff to run the…
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Featured News

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