When donations are made to Region Ten it helps to maintain and improve the behavioral health safety net in the city of Charlottesville and the surrounding counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson. Region Ten offers a continuum of services designed to assist those who are struggling with mental health, substance use, and/or developmental disability concernsGive now
The Women’s Center is a residential substance use facility for women and up to two of their babies. It is built upon community and foundation donations as a result of a capital campaign initiated by the previous Region Ten Executive Director, Robert Johnson. Ongoing donations provide for scholarships for women with no funding source, as well as additional capital costs such as playground equipment, landscaping, and other services that benefit the residents such as yoga, meditation, etc.
The Region Ten endowment fund was started by a family member of an individual who received Region Ten services. The endowment fund is in partnership with the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation and accepts donations to increase its annual interest funds used to support the Power of Ten Grant program. All non-designated donations are added to the endowment fund.
Region Ten is committed to providing the highest quality services to individuals served; however, budget constraints can hamper staff innovation to improve treatment and develop additional services for consumer needs. The Power of Ten was created to allow staff the ability to access funds for unfunded treatment ideas to improve consumers’ quality of life. The Region Ten Board fundraising committee reviews and selects a variety of ideas to support each year.
The Region Ten Louisa County Counseling Center has long needed a good home. Region Ten Inc. was able to purchase a plot of land years ago where a new center can be built. The Louisa County Capital Campaign is slowly working to pay for building a new office via private and foundation donations.
Donations to Friends of the Blue Ridge support activities, supplies and events of the Blue Ridge Clubhouse. Friends of the Blue Ridge was first organized to raise funds needed for the building of the current Blue Ridge Clubhouse.
SPARC is a group of concerned citizens, professionals, and partner agencies who convene with a common goal of reducing the number of suicides in our area. SPARC aims to increase help seeking behaviors and raise awareness about available mental health supports and resources in the health district. Region Ten sponsors the SPARC donation site.
All donations are tax-deductible and may be received through the mail or online:
Mail: Tax-deductible donations may be sent to Region Ten CSB, Attn: Fiscal, P.O. Box 164, Charlottesville, VA 22902. Please specify the particular fund area of interest. All undesignated donations support the Region Ten Endowment Fund.
Online: donate online through the quick and secure web form here.
Thank you for supporting Region Ten!