Sherri Diven, LPC, LMFT

Child & Adolescent Director

20 W. Bank Street, Suite 5
Petersburg, Virginia 23803

Phone: (804) 862-8002, ext. 3178
Fax: (804) 863-1695
Email: sdiven@d19csb.com

District 19 Child & Adolescent Services currently offers the following array of services, but is constantly seeking ways to expand and better meet the needs of children with substance abuse, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and mental health issues. The Child & Adolescent Division provides community-based prevention and treatment services to children of all ages. Programs within the Child & Adolescent Services Division include: Specialized Children’s Services, Clinical & Prevention Services, and Early Childhood Services.

Crisis Intervention Service Description & Eligibility Requirements

Crisis Stabilization Service Description & Eligibility Requirements

Mental Health Case Management Service Description & Eligibility Requirements

MR/ID Targeted Case Management Service Description & Eligibility Requirements

Outpatient Psychiatric Service Description & Eligibility Requirements

Telemedicine Service Description

Specialized Children's Services

Specialized Children's Services consists of three separate, but inter-related programs for children and adolescents in the District 19 service area:

  • Juvenile Corrections
  • School-Based Therapy Services

Children's Clinical & Prevention Services

The Clinical & Prevention Services Team at District 19 recognizes that small behavioral changes can make a world of difference in the lives of individuals and families in our communities. In order to meet the special needs of children and adolescents, we offer case management (Mental Health, Intellectual/Developmental Disablities, and Child Mental Health Initiative programs) and prevention services.

Early Childhood Services

Early Childhood Services consists of two programs for very young children. The Infant Intervention program provides early intervention supports and services to young children ages birth to age 3 years who have a developmental delay and their families. In conjunction with the Hopewell/Prince George Healthy Families program, Case Management services are provided through the Healthy Families home visiting program designed to work with families of young children ages birth through 5 years who are at-risk for adverse childhood experiences.