We Appreciate Our Donors! 

We are happy to accept your tax deductible donations through the mail or online:

Mail: you may send your tax deductible donation to Region Ten CSB, Attn: Fundraising Committee, P.O. Box 164, Charlottesville, VA  22903.

Online: you can now donate online through our quick and secure web form -just click Donate button

Thank you for supporting Region Ten!

Join the Fundraising Committee

Region  Ten welcomes interested community members in participating as a member of the Region Ten Fundraising Committee. The length of service is one year with the option to serve longer.   Members should be available to attend  regular meetings (usually monthly).  The time commitment is approximately 1-2 hours per month.  Please call (434)970-1453 if  you would like to serve in this important capacity.  


Power of Ten Donations

Region Ten continues to rely on the generous donations of community members to play a significant role in assisting with the development of Region Ten programs and services.  The Power of Ten grant program has been in force since 2010 and continues to offer alternative funding to augment current services and build new initiatives.  Your support continues to help us grow and shape our future.


Power of Ten: The Power of Region Ten Services

When you think of Region Ten Community Services Board, you might think of our Old Lynchburg Road campus, or one of our county locations  providing services in  Charlottesville City or Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa or Nelson counties.  You may also be energized by the Peterson Health Center and proud of the steps Region Ten is taking as it partners with the medical community in the blending of primary care and behavioral health. As you drive through Charlottesville, you will  see our presence at the Meadowcreek Center, Blue Ridge House, and the Mohr Center,  just to name a few.  Region Ten continues to grow  with the new Women’s Treatment Center opening in Charlottesville in 2018  and the  FY 2019 development of an Assisted Living Facility in Nelson County.   It’s the team of caring professionals,  attentive to the  individual, focused on ensuring  that people find needed mental health, substance addiction, and intellectual disability services– this tells the story of who we are.