20 W. Bank Street, Suite 5
Petersburg, Virginia 23803
Phone: (804) 862-8002, ext. 3187
Fax: (804) 863-1695
The mission of the Children's Clinical and Prevention Services staff is to help strengthen the continuum of D19 CSB community-based services via the provision of a comprehensive array of clinical and prevention services designed to meet the special needs of children and adolescents with mental health, substance use, and intellectual/developmental disability disorders.
The following Children's Clinical and Prevention Services are available throughout the nine D19 CSB service areas—Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Emporia, Greensville, Hopewell, Petersburg, Prince George, Surry, and Sussex:
Children's Clinical and Prevention Services staff are available to work with community- and school-based service providers in each locality within the catchment area of District 19. Professional assistance is available in the service domains of program research, planning, development, implementation, and evaluation.
A prevention specialist is also available to offer consultation and technical assistance with coalition building and participation; community development through risk, needs and resource assessments. Direct services include:
Mental Health Case Management Services assist children, adolescents and their families with accessing needed medical, psychiatric, social, educational, and vocational services and other supports essential to meeting the basic needs of a consumer for successful recovery. Individuals eligible for case management services from District 19 must meet criteria for Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) or At Risk of Emotional Disturbance (At Risk) as defined by the Department of Medical Assistance Services or the Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services.
For information on how to contact CCPS staff to schedule a screening in your community, please click on one of the following links or contact the office by phones.
Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD) Case Management is the central point of entry into intellectual disabilities services. Based on the outcome of the intake process and individual choice, children and adolescents with intellectual/developmental disabilities may be linked to vocational services, educational services, day support services, residential services, behavior management services, respite services, consumer directed services, personal care services, etc. Children's Clinical and Prevention Services ID/DD Case Management services are available to persons throughout the District 19 catchment area and are usually provided in the consumer's natural environment (i.e., home, group home, day support program, vocational program, etc.).