HPR I Regional Programs & Services
Arbor House Crisis Stabilization
Arbor House is a Crisis Stabilization program designed to assist you in stabilizing from a mental health crisis. It is a short-term, intensive program and is staffed 24 hours a day by mental health professionals. Arbor House is a program that is an alternative to hospitalization and most residents enter this program voluntarily.
Boxwood Recovery Center
Boxwood provides residential substance use disorder treatment for men and women, 18 and older who live in HPR 1, Loudoun and Prince William counties.
The Courtland Center provides detoxification and crisis stabilization services through Central Virginia Community Services (CVCS).
REACH provides systemic crisis intervention and prevention services for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and behavioral challenges and/or mental illness throughout Health Planning Region I. Staff consult with individuals, their families and the existing system(s) of behavioral health intellectual disability, and/or developmental disability care representatives. Services include targeted case management, outpatient therapists, PACT, emergency services, crisis stabilization units ICF/MR, residential supports, inpatient psychiatric services, ID and/or DD Waiver services, supported employment providers, day program providers, assisting with identifying signs, symptoms, triggers, setting events, reassessing the presenting problem, completing comprehensive service evaluations, developing cross systems crisis plans, identifying and linking individuals to needed supports. Crisis Line: 1-855-917-8278.
Visit the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services to learn more about REACH services
Sunshine Lady House for Mental Health Wellness & Recovery
The Sunshine Lady House for Mental Health Wellness & Recovery, a 12-bed, community-based residential facility, funded in part by a $2 million grant from Doris Buffett’s Sunshine Lady Foundation, welcomed its first residents on November 16, 2009. The facility is an expansion of the community-based Mental Health Crisis Stabilization Program initiated by RACSB for area residents in January 2007. It’s a safe, therapeutic residential program for adults experiencing acute psychiatric crisis. In February 2013, the program also began providing services to adults seeking safe withdrawal from alcohol, opioids, and benzodiazepines. Individuals are supported and stabilized in the least restrictive environment as possible.
Find out more about the Sunshine Lady House on the RACSB website.
Veteran and Family Support (VVFS) (formerly the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program)
Veteran and Family Support (VVFS) (formerly the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program) monitors and coordinates behavioral health, rehabilitative, and supportive services through an integrated, and responsive system of care. VVFS provides peer and family support and care coordination services to Virginia veterans, members of the Virginia National Guard and Armed Forces Reserves (not in federal service), and their families with a special emphasis on those affected by stress related conditions or traumatic brain injuries resulting from military service.
Wellness Recovery Center
The Wellness Recovery Center is a regional residential crisis stabilization program operated by Region Ten Community Services Board. It serves adults age 18 and older in the Charlottesville and surrounding areas. The purpose of the Wellness Recovery Center is to divert, prevent or reduce psychiatric hospitalization for individuals who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis. The center accomplishes this through daily services provided and by assisting individuals to mobilize their community resources, family members, and others for ongoing recovery. Service modalities include psychiatric assessment, medication and symptom management, crisis counseling, yoga, acudetox, introduction to mental health recovery concepts, coping skills training, case management and linkage to community resources.