Below you will find a complete list of services offered by Region Ten Community Services Board. The filter to your right may be used to assist you in locating services of interest. Programs may be filtered by the target population served or by the location of the service.
Services are offered that assist individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in accessing the full range of needed supports to assist them in their daily lives. Read More
Services are offered that assist individuals who have serious mental illnesses in accessing the full range of supports to gain independence and reach their goals. Persons who have a documented diagnosis of a serious mental illness as defined by the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) and who desire assistance with monitoring, linking and coordinating the services they need.
This program offers supervised residential skills development for individuals with serious mental illness in need of structured training and supervision. This evidence based service operates using Psychiatric Rehabilitation Principles- USPRA and SAMHSA Principles of Recovery. Full Payment required for this service. Read More
Boost is a wellness service for Region Ten consumers interested in improving health, managing stress, increasing movement, learning about healthy eating, and working on eliminating bad habits such as smoking. Interested consumers will be screened for this service which is available during normal work-week hours.
This program evaluates and treats mental health and/or substance use disorders in children ages 5 to 18 with a mental health and/or substance use disorder and have impairments in social, vocational, academic, or family functioning. Read More
Child and Adolescent Case Management insures that children and adolescents with mental health and developmental disabilities are able to access the full range of community supports. Read More
This services provides an all-day program for adolescents who have a mental health crisis that puts them at risk for hospitalization but with therapeutic structure can be maintained in their homes and communities. This program is open seven days per week for both admissions and programming.
Community Engagement is a stand alone service currently offered to Meadowcreek participants. This 1:2 or 1:3 service aims to assist adults with developmental disabilities to form relationships in the community, become actively involved as community members, and enjoy a person centered participation in a variety of areas of interest. Services are offered during the normal work week.
Community Coaching is a stand alone service currently offered to participants of the Meadowcreek Center. This service aims to assist adults with developmental disabilities in accessing community participation opportunities that are person centered, and integrated for full participation in hopes of strengthening and developing community relationships. This time limited 1:1 service is geared towards individuals who are otherwise extremely challenged in accessing community engagement opportunities.
The Dual Recovery Center (DRC) follows an integrated dual disorders treatment approach to serve individuals in Charlottesville and surrounding area who have serious mental illnesses and substance use problems. We are a multidisciplinary, community-based treatment team including Read More
Crisis services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for any individual experiencing mental health crisis, regardless of age, ability, diagnosis, or any other factors. Services include counseling and phone consultations with or about people in crisis, as well as admission screenings for Region Ten’s crisis stabilization center, psychiatric hospitalizations, or short term crisis intervention
Region Ten offers several group home residential programs are located through out Albemarle County and City of Charlottesville. Referrals may come from Region Ten Intellectual Disabilities case managers locally and from other CSBs. Residential Group Homes for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities offer continual support including overnight staff to respond to the health, medical and behavioral needs of consumers. Read More
This short term service assists individuals newly released from jail or prison who have a mental illness and are in need of continued psychiatric and medication support. In addition, case management is provided to assist with the transition back to the community.
This Medicaid Waiver service provides intermittent in home supports to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Consumers are assisted with activities of daily living, community integration and participation, safety skills supports and training, and other person centered support needs. This service is provided by Adult Developmental Services residential services.
Individual Therapy is provided in 10-12 sessions with a licensed and credentialed therapist. Clear and achievable short term goals are developed and are the focus of treatment.
Welcome! The Infant & Toddler Connection of the Blue Ridge is your local early intervention program under the Commonwealth’s Infant & Toddler Connection of Virginia. This program serves the city of Charlottesville and counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa and Nelson. Read More
The Meadowcreek Center is a center-based and community integration day activity program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This is a Medicaid Waiver program that offers training, support and supervision. The program aims to help participants acquire, retain and/or improve their self-help, social and adaptive skills through person-centered planning, behavioral support and assistive technologies. Read More
An array of center-based medical and associated nursing services that focus upon psychiatric evaluation and treatment of DSM 5 disorders. This service is provided in conjunction with case management/care coordination and is not a stand-alone service.
Mental Health Skill Building Services are designed to help a person with serious mental illness understand the illness and establish personal recovery goals. Recipients learn and practice skills important to achieving psychiatric stability, independent living and becoming a productive member of the community. Read More
The Mohr Center provides a 10 bed intensive residential treatment program for men recovering from addiction. The program provides supervised drug free housing while participating in treatment and living skills training. The goals of the program are: teach residents how to live free of mood altering chemicals, enhance emotional , physical, and financial well being, and help residents find and maintain employment.
Adult Clinical Services embraces integrated substance use and mental health person centered treatment to help individuals develop skills and confidence to meet daily living needs as they experience incremental successes through stages of personal change. We provide both individual and group therapy. ( Bilingual services are available).
The Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) Team offers daily community-based treatment for consumers in recovery from a serious mental illness. PACT is a multidisciplinary team, including psychiatry, nursing, case management and mental health therapy. Read More
PATH services are for people with serious mental illness, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders, who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. The program is administered by the Center for Mental Health Services, a component of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), one of eight Public Health Service agencies within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Read More
Project LINK provides assertive case management for women who are pregnant or parenting small children and abusing drugs or alcohol. Providing support, treatment, advocacy and referrals are a significant part of LINK’s mission. Other services provided by this team are transportation, rental assistance and help using community resources.
Psychosocial rehabilitation serves individuals recovering from the impact of mental illness. These program provide a safe and supportive environment with opportunities for rehabilitation. Together with staff, members design a plan to achieve personal recovery. This service offers a supportive environment where members take part in recovery-oriented activities. Read More
The Recovery Support program is grant based to provide peer support to individuals with a substance use disorder and /or co occurring mental health disorder. In addition to support and fellowship, they provide transportation for individuals needing inpatient services or rides to AA, NA, 12 step meetings.
Overall quality improvement of service delivery is the focus of this department. The department handles quality of agency programs including compliance with all federal and state legal statues, licensure, Medicaid, Human Rights, and CARF mandates for the agency. Staff handle quality assurance in records record keeping, centralized processes, medical records and peer reviews for the agency.
Sponsored Placement is a service to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where services are offered in a family setting. Consumers are matched with caring families who carry out instructional, planning and assistance services. For many people, sponsored placement services are ideal as they offer the nurturing of a family setting. Read More
Strengthening Families Program (SFP) supports families with children ages 3 to 11 by offering two curriculums: one for families and children ages 3-5 and another for families with children ages 6-11. The program has three components: behavioral parent training, children’s skills training and family skills training. Read More
SA Diversion program ensures that individuals are served in the least restrictive community setting that can meet their treatment and safety needs. Diversion program prevents whenever possible, admissions of individuals with a primary substance use disorder to state psychiatric facilities.
This is a job placement, training and supports service offered to individuals with mental illness. This service does not require enrollment in Blue Ridge Clubhouse. Payment is provided by the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services.
In-home services provide intermittent supports to people living in their own home, apartment or with family. These services are designed to augment natural supports and are a less restrictive residential option. Services may take the form of monitoring medications, assisting with grocery shopping, health and medical appointment supports, etc. Read More
Therapeutic Day Treatment serves children and youth, ages 3-21, with behavioral or emotional issues that are impairing their functioning at school and who are in need of daily and intensive intervention to address these issues. Read More
This department is responsible for all training functions of the agency including mandated trainings, quality improvement, annual re-certifications, and new initiatives internally and externally. In addition, the training department evaluates new programs and promotes available trainings for staff, manages the training budget, and ensures that all staff is kept on the cutting edge of information and evidence based practices in the field.
The Virginia Veterans and Family Support program (formerly Virginia Wounded Warrior Program) is a partnership between the Virginia Department of Veterans Services and Community Service Boards throughout Virginia. This program is a resource for all Veterans, Reservists, Guards, and their families in Region I. Read More
The Wellness Recovery Center is a 16 bed, short term, residential crisis stabilization program for adults experiencing an acute mental health crisis. Program is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who provide person-centered, recovery based support in a safe, comfortable, peaceful home-like environment. Read More
Through our Human Resources Department a full array of human resources are offered to staff including recruitment, hiring, evaluation, orientation, employee compensation and benefits, employee relations and staff appreciation. The department is responsible for initiatives in employee hiring, satisfaction, and retention as well as ensuring legal compliance with all employee programs.