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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

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March 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Region Ten continues its recruitment for the position of Executive Director.  With the retirement of Robert Johnson later in the year, the Personnel Committee of the Region Ten board is in search of  a replacement.   Read More

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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

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.

Region Ten CSB is a special arm of local government that provides recovery-oriented services to over 9,000 individuals per year in the areas of mental health, substance use, and developmental disabilities. Region Ten CSB continues to pursue excellence in the provision of behavioral health to our community.  We continually expand our services to meet the needs of individuals, and we are proud to be at the forefront of innovative services to our community. For example, we are currently fundraising for a new residential treatment facility for women who have substance abuse issues, expanding our men’s treatment facility at the MOHR Center, working on expanding housing access, and securing grants for new services in the community to help with funding gaps. We have been excited to open crisis stabilization units for adults and children, helping to meet this critical need. We are fully committed to the recovery of the persons we serve.

 

Mohr Front no Trees

February 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Region Ten’s Mohr Center, a a ten-bed residential treatment center that has helped men with alcohol and other drug problems for over 35 years will soon begin much needed facility remodeling. Read More

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January 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Pictured on Homepage: (Seated left to right)- Dr. Jennie Oldham, Heather Hines, Margurite Murray, Samantha LeBron, Dr. Amber Yoder, Region Ten, Dr. Peter Taylor, Sentara Martha Jefferson.  Standing: Dr. David Moody, Clarissa Dulaney, Karen Osterhaus, Diane Boyer PNP, Region Ten, Fola Kayode, SAMHSA, Brie Riemann, National Council of Behavioral Health, Molly Yates, Region Ten, Janet Armentrout, Sentara Martha Jefferson.

Region Ten, in partnership with Sentara Martha Jefferson, is embarking on a health and wellness initiative to better serve persons with serious mental illness in our community.  The program is called Boost. Read More

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December 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Region Ten is hailed in the community as being an excellent provider and innovator of behavioral health services. Read More

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November 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Pictured: Region Ten Wellness Recovery staff seated left to right:  Natalie Baker, Jill Farrell, Debbie Smith.   Standing left to right:  Brittany Buckner, Lisa Lotts-Sanner, Monica Thomas, Travis Walker, Emily Eckenberger, Emma Thomas, Tim Campbell, Chris Jackson, Mary Schlimm, Farrah Brody, Ken Horne, Claire Hutchinson, Will Gallik.

The Wellness Recovery Center (WRC), Region Ten’s regional crisis stabilization program located at 504 Old Lynchburg Road, Read More

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November 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

Pictured from left Region Ten Child and Family Services Crisis Supports Staff:  Alison Schlatter, David Yost, Jordan Brooks, Shelley Shadron, Christine Bowers, and Lori Wood

Region Ten Child and Family Center is now providing a non-residential crisis assessment and stabilization service for youth.   Existing mobile crisis services continue to be in place for this population.  The addition of non-residential crisis services adds to the  local crisis continuum for youth with the initiation of this important service. Read More