Virginia's public mental health, intellectual disability, and substance abuse services system is comprised of 16 state facilities and 40 locally-run community services boards (CSBs). The CSBs and facilities serve children and adults who have or who are at risk of mental illness, serious emotional disturbance, intellectual disabilities, or substance abuse disorders. Virginia's state-run facilities provide highly-structured, intensive services and consist of: seven mental health facilities, five intellectual disability training centers, a psychiatric facility for children and adolescents, a medical center, a psychiatric geriatric hospital and a center for behavioral rehabilitation (SVP). The website covers many topics, including mental health, developmental services, substance abuse services, and child and family services.
Outside Northern VA
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