VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD

  Valley Community Services Board

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Emergency Services

Welcome to Valley Community Services Board (VCSB). The mission of Emergency Services is to offer 24/7 crisis intervention therapeutic support and assessment to individuals and families who are experiencing a psychiatric, behavioral, or substance use crisis in the counties of Augusta and Highland and the cities of Staunton and Waynesboro. 

Staunton Fire and Rescue:  540 332-3884

Staunton-Augusta Rescue Squad 540 885-3444

Staunton Police:  540 332-3845

Waynesboro Police:  540 942-6675

Wayneboro First Aid Crew:  540 949-7118  

Augusta County Fire Dept:  540 245-5370


If you or someone you know is currently in an emergency; 

please STOP and call Emergency Services at 540-885-0866, call 911, 

or report the need to your nearest Emergency Room. 

If you or someone you know is experiencing a medical emergency, STOP and call 911 immediately 

or report to your nearest Emergency Room.

WHEN TO CALL

A mental health crisis can be a frightening time for a person experiencing the crisis as well as for their family and friends.  Our staff is able to provide information, referrals, and services that can help you or your loved one find support in the midst of the crisis.  Call 540-885-0866 in order to speak with someone about how we can help. 

Services

Emergency Services available for individuals permanently or temporarily residing in Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta and Highland counties.


24-hour psychiatric

Substance use intervention  

Screenings for hospitalization  or detox facilities

Outpatient Stabililization and support

Childrens' Crisis

Therapeutic Docket Services

Jail-Based Services


No appointment is necessary.


An Emergency Services Clinician is available to speak with anyone seeking assistance.

We can be reached (24-hour): 540-885-0866, 540-943-1590 or Toll Free 866-274-7475.


Services include face-to-face or telephone crisis intervention, assessments to determine whether hospitalization is needed, and referrals to appropriate service providers.

REFERRAL PROCESS

Individuals are referred to Emergency Services from a variety of sources, including self-referral, family and friends, hospitals, primary care doctors, schools, and other mental health providers.

No referral is required.  You also do not have to be an existing client.  Our services are open to you.  We provided appointments but also have walk-in service. 

Our walk in hours are the same as the main office hours seen directly below under "Hours of Operation".