Exclusion Criteria

Individuals who are not ambulatory.
Individuals who have a history of violence or aggression.
Individuals who reside in any domiciliary care facilities, including but not limited to group homes or nursing facilities.

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:  Where does treatment occur?

A:  Treatment occurs primarily in the home, but other contact must be conducted in various  “out of home” locations so as to appropriately address the unique needs of the client (i.e. recreational areas, clinical appointments, work setting, etc.)

Q:  Who is involved in the services provided?

A:  The entire family is involved.  The client is the primary target, but the whole family must share in addressing the issues necessitating mental health support. 

Q:  How are services funded?

A:  Services are provided through Medicaid with no charge to the client; therefore, clients must be eligible Medicaid recipients.

Q:  How do I make a referral or request for services?


A:  Contact us at (757) 998-56-24 (office).  We’ll gladly guide you through this easy one step process.

Our Philosophy

We believe that persons with serious mental illness can recover and achieve self –sufficiency.


We believe in a holistic, bio-psychosocial, community based approach to all services.


We believe that we can significantly contribute to the creation of atmosphere where individuals are recognized for their unique contributions, and by our actions, show dignity and respect for every person.


We believe that financial stability is essential to providing quality services that will meet the needs of our clients and staff.


We believe that functional collaboration and partnerships with other community resources is the best way to provide effective mental health support and services.


We believe we must demonstrate a deep respect for all people, and do our best to be increasingly aware of our clients’ diverse histories and the individual needs of staff, family members, and all others who make up our community.


We are dedicated to eliminating barriers based on race, gender, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, marital status, disability, and sexual orientation.

Admission Criteria

Have difficulty establishing or maintaining interpersonal relationships.
Exhibit such inappropriate behavior that repeated interventions by the mental health, social services, law enforcement, or judicial system are necessary.
Exhibit difficulty in cognitive ability such that they are unable to recognize personal danger or significantly inappropriate behavior.
Require help with basic living skills, such as maintaining personal hygiene, preparing food, managing finances and/or medication management to such a degree that health or safety is jeopardized.