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ES Team

June 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

While beginning with the legal mandate to conduct crisis evaluations to determine the least restrictive treatment environment, Region Ten Emergency Services is a large, dynamic team that is at the ready 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide support, consultation, and intervention to any individual in crisis, family members, first responders, physicians, or any other community members.

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Jane Lewis for Web home

May 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Region Ten staff  gathered at the Region Ten Conference Center to honor Jane Lewis, PhD, Senior Director of Quality Improvement and Standards, as she prepares to retire from Region Ten at the end of May.

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May 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

 Region Ten Community Services Board (RTCSB) is seeking a dynamic, highly qualified and established leader to become its Executive Director.  Read More

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May 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Recovery Support staff pictured from left:  Deidre Creasy, Leslie Fitzgerald, Catherine Connell, Ann Mason Rumble

 The Recovery Support team at Region Ten was created to benefit individuals and their families who are dealing with a substance use disorder and /or a co-occurring mental health disorder. Read More

April 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Region Ten Community Services Board is pleased to announced that ground has been broken for construction of the new Women’s Treatment Center, and is releasing this informational video to help the community learn more about this important project.

 

 

Beginning in 2015 with the Nehemiah Action gathering, Region Ten committed to Read More

HeartMath

April 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

This winter, the Child and Family outpatient team was awarded a Power of Ten grant, and was excited to purchase the biofeedback technology called HeartMath. Read More

Tony and Dawn

March 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Pictured from left: Parent Partners Dawn Hudgins and Tony Davis

The Child and Family Center of Region Ten began providing Family Support Partner Services in 2014 with the use of federal grant funds awarded to the state.  Read More

case management final

March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Pictured from left: Charlottesville/Albemarle Case Management Staff:  Ron Phillips, Program Manager, Jeannie Watkins, Program Manager,Debra Carpenter, MH CM, Amy Coleman, MH CM, Beth Elliott, MH CM, Lakeshia Washington, MH CM, Michael Wingate, MH CM, Patricia Sullivan, ID CM, Jennifer Lewis, MH CM/Liaison, Kim Knipple, ID CM, Kelly Randolph, ID CM, Penni Jackson, Administrative Support Staff, Ruth Ewers, ID CM, Crystal Steger-Smith, ID CM, Leanne Evers, ID CM,Savannah Thompson, ID Senior CM, Brad Torrence, ID CM, Diane Bojarski, ID CM, Zara Strickler, ID CM, Tova Roth, MH CM, Lisa Craig, MH CM, Jane Ellis, MH CM, Don Fender, MH CM, Melaina Grubbs, MH CM, Bethany Santora, MH CM, Chelsea Shifflett, MH CM/Liaison, Heather Hines, Director.  Not Pictured: Alexis Dovel, MH CM, William Howerton, Hourly CM, Chad Hutchinson, Hourly CM, Devan Cooper, MH CM, Elke Schwarz. MH CM, Lisa Hearl, Program Manager, Ernestine Davison, Hourly CM.

 

 The Charlottesville/Albemarle Case Management team, based in the Peterson Building at 800 Preston Avenue in Charlottesville, provides services for more than one thousand adults who have serious mental illnesses and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities. Read More

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February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Meadowcreek Community Engagement Staff  (pictured from left -front row): Vanessa Behr, Juanita Langhorne, Hannah Wiedeman, Cherith Shelley, Bridgette Arlook,Victor Ritchie.  (Back Row) Bradley Cohen, Kaitlin Knipple, Amy Berry, Pam Fisher, Philip Lucas.

Region Ten Community Services Board continues to create opportunities for consumers to engage with the Charlottesville/Albemarle area.  Community Engagement and Community Coaching are relatively new services being offered through the Meadowcreek Center. Read More

Press Release

February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

 

Region Ten Community Services Board (CSB) is responding directly to the Local Human Rights Committee (LHRC) Findings and Recommendations which have recently been reported in the press.  We respect each individual’s legal, civil and human rights.  However, we disagree with the findings of the LHRC and our response to the LHRC will set forth our rationale.  We are legally prohibited from disclosing any individual’s protected health information.  Therefore, we will not comment publicly on the specific matters referred to in the LHRC’s report or in the press. Read More