VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD

  Valley Community Services Board

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MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Case Management is a comprehensive program that includes assessment and referral services.  We assist adults and children in everyday functioning and recovery by providing links for medical care and social supports.

  

We offer GROUP THERAPY OPTIONS as well as counseling and family psychotherapy.  We help assist clients to become healthier and functional.


We offer board certified psychiatric services for children and adults by giving short-term and long-term options.  Case management can link you to medical services for medication management as well. 


We offer Substance Use Disorder Services, Family Outreach Services, Emergency Services, Deaf and DeafBlind ServicesChildren Services, and Intensive Outpatient services listed below.


 Click each link to go to individual pages.


Call 540 887-3200 for an assessment today. 


Intensive Outpatient Options
(other than Group Therapy)

PATH

Program for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness

Serves adults experiencing homelessness who may have behavioral health concerns including co-occurring substance abuse concerns. 


PATH assists individuals with getting connected to behavioral health/substance abuse services, assists with finding housing options, linking with community resources and coordinating with local agencies to assist individuals with a transition to housing. 

CONTACT: PATH Worker (540) 213-7347



SHENANDOAH CLUBHOUSE

The Clubhouse provides support, structure, and opportunities to adults with severe and persistent behavioral illness to achieve and maintain stable functioning, reducing the need for hospitalization. In addition to social/recreational activities there are three service units available for participation: clerical, food services and maintenance.

CONTACT: Clubhouse Supervisor (540) 885-8867

PACT SERVICES

Provides intensive behavioral health interventions to adults who have frequent and/or lengthy history of psychiatric hospitalizations due to difficulty controlling symptoms of Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder and Bi-Polar Disorder, and who also have a history of severe difficulty tending to their basic needs while living in the community. Services are comprehensive in scope.

CONTACT: PACT Team Supervisor (540) 886-7100