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…
Staff at Rappahannock Adult Activities - RAAI explained to Dan that he would need to wear a mask if he wanted to resume community outings, but he continued to push the masks away. After watching his friends go out for two weeks Dan leaned his head toward the mask when it was offered on Aug 3rd. Dan and his friends enjoy spendIng time on the water. Dan spent the morning at Hopyard Farm, on the Rappahannock River, that first day out. In the past two weeks Dan and his friends have enjoyed waterfront adventures at Lake Mooney, City Dock, Fairview Beach Yacht Club, and Mountain Run Lake. ... See MoreSee Less
Join RACSB Prevention Specialist Jennifer Bateman as you make a bright and colorful Rainbow Windsock Craft. Art materials needed include a selection of colorful ribbons or crepe paper, markers, an empty toilet tissue roll, string, and other decorating supplies. This project can be completed by all ages with the help of an adult. The approximate time to complete this activity is 30 to 60 minutes. What a fun indoor or outdoor way to play, inspiring physical movement and self-expression.
Need help? Here's another resource for you.Overwhelmed by #COVID19? Call or text the VA COPES warm line at 877-349-6428 to talk with someone. Listeners are standing by to offer guidance and connect you with resources that can help. ... See MoreSee Less
Junior is the last of his housemates to receive a Freddys birthday donut. Boy was he happy when I walked in this morning. He gathered his peers and lead the count of "1,2 3" which started the Happy Birthday song. He danced around as his peers and staff sung. He definitely put a smile on everyone's face during this rainy day. 😃🥰🥳 ... See MoreSee Less
Child welfare advocates worry that child abuse could be a hidden side effect of the coronavirus pandemic. Households are under extraordinary stress at a time when children are not in regular in-person contact with mandated reporters. ... See MoreSee Less
Emergency Services are still available. Please call 540-373-6876 if you or a loved one are experiencing a crisis.
We encourage our community to stay home (whenever possible) and stay safe throughout the COVID-19 outbreak. We now offer most of our outpatient, early intervention, and case management services via telemedicine so you can receive the support you need from the safety of your home.
At this time, we are suspending recruitment for most positions. See our employment portal for more information.