County of Chesterfield
Promoting an improved quality of life for Chesterfield citizens through exceptional and comprehensive services.
Chesterfield Same Day Access
Access Services provides intake, information and referral, financial screening and initial assessment services to all people seeking clinical services. This includes all individuals seeking Child & Adolescent Services, Adult Mental Health Services, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services and Substance Use services. Individuals initially access the program by calling Intake at 768- 7318. If appropriate for any of these clinical services, the individuals can then come in for an initial appointment at any convenient time, Monday and 8-2, Tuesday – Thursday 8-4. Consumers seek services for a wide range of problems in living including the need for case management services, psychiatric medications, individual and family counseling.
Community Mental Health Awareness Programs
You are more likely to encounter someone — a friend, family member, co-worker, neighbor, or member of the community — in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack. Chesterfield Mental Health offers a variety of programs to help you to recognize and respond to these situations.
Call (804) 768-7212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for upcoming course dates, or to arrange to bring any of these programs to your Chesterfield Organization.
Chesterfield Suicide Awareness and Prevention Coalition
The Coalition is presenting its educational program, Raise Your Voice about Suicide Prevention, to religious, civic and other groups in Chesterfield County. To schedule a presentation for your organization, please call Jill Weiseman/FACES at (804) 378-0035.
The Chesterfield Suicide Awareness and Prevention Coalition brings together organizations in the Central Virginia area who are working to educate citizens about mental illness, the risk factors for suicide, and the support resources within our community. By educating our citizens, we are widening the safety net in our community so that a person who is struggling and contemplating suicide is more likely to cross paths with someone who can recognize the warning signs and connect the person with appropriate help.
Suicide Awareness – Teens’ Perspective
Act to Prevent Suicide – A Parent’s Story
Chesterfield Mental Health Support Services
6801 Lucy Corr Boulevard | Chesterfield, VA 23832
Phone: 804-748-1227 | TDD (804) 768-7200
Crisis Intervention 24 Hours/Day (804) 748-6356