Valley Community Services Board

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 Developmental Services

All individuals will be guided to the specific assistance they need through an intake meeting with our Developmental Disability Services Department.  For more information about our Developmental Disability services, please call our Client Services at  (540) 887-3200 or toll free (888) 601-8686.out

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You can also call Valley Community Services Board at 540-887-3200 to find out more.

Services For Children

Support Coordination (Case Management) is a comprehensive program. Children ages 3 and up are assessed and linked to resources to enhance their opportunities within their community.  Ongoing monitoring and support is available to ensure their success.

Infant & Toddler Connection is a program for infants and toddlers (ages birth - 3) with developmental delays who live in Staunton and Waynesboro . The program offers support to eligible children and their families including developmental screening, outreach services, and linkage to appropriate services.

For information about the Infant & Toddler Connection in Augusta and Highland Counties, please click here.


Additional Children's Services

Brochure Information provided at Valley CSB.

Services for Adults

Support Coordination (Case Management) is a comprehensive program. Individuals are assessed and linked to resources to enhance their opportunities within their community.  Ongoing monitoring and support is available to ensure their success


Residential Services provides options for adults with developmental disabilities, including  physical/medical disabilities. Tailored to individuals, residential services can include training and assistance in personal care, community participation, money management, cooking, medication, and behavioral support. Staff provides 24-hour supervision and assists in the goals of self-reliance and more independent living. Residents with a more severe level of disability will receive services including: nursing, psychiatric, psychological, social services, various therapies, pharmaceutical, and nutritional services.


In Home Support Services  takes place in the individuals home, family home or community settings and typically supplements the primary care provided by the individual, family or other unpaid caregiver.


Day Options includes skill-building and support for the acquisition or retention of self-help, socialization, community integration, employability and adaptive skills.

Starting Services

All individuals will be guided to the specific assistance they need through an intake meeting with our Developmental Disabilities Services Department.  For more information on our Developmental Disabilities services, please call our Client Services at (540) 887-3200 or toll free (888) 601-8686.

Confidentiality

We understand that all the information you share is private and unique to you. We also understand that we will not be able to assist you if you do not trust us. This is why we hold such high value to confidentiality. Not only is it the law that we keep all the information you share confidential, its just the right thing to do. For more information about our confidentiality practices, please see the pamphlet below or call our Client Services at 540-887-3200.