About Community Services of Virginia, Inc.
Community Services of Virginia, Inc. is licensed through the Department of Mental Health Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services.
We are a private for-profit entity in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The agency provides a treatment that offers realistic alternatives to inappropriate behaviors caused by psychological and environmental factors. We utilize an empowerment approach to our ecological method of treatment.
Our goal is to assist consumers with maximizing their internal resources to achieve positive outcomes. Our staff of trained professionals includes counselors and paraprofessionals working in concert with consumers and their families to find positives solutions in the most difficult situations as a modality to encourage appropriate behavior. The agency’s services include, intensive in the home, community, and residential counseling. Our support programs include Therapeutic Mentoring, Mentoring Behavioral Aide Personal Care Assistant, Anger Management, Independent Living Skills, School-Based Aide, and Day treatment service. Each of these services will includes individual, group, and family counseling.
In addition, we offer parenting and Psychoeducational groups for the consumer. Community Services of Virginia, Inc. was established in February 2000 to offer services that are client-centered yet family-focused. We are pleased that our agency has served hundreds of consumers and their families through our programs. The agency enjoys a healthy working relationship with several agencies within the Hampton Roads area. Specifically, with the Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, and Western Tidewater (Suffolk, Franklin, and Isle of Wight) Court Services Units, Department of Social Services, Public School system, Family Assessment Planning Teams, and Community Services Boards.
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