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Neighborhood Community Services


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To access our quality services, please tell us a little about yourself.  We review each assessment with the intent to match individuals need with the most suitable and effective service.



Who provides the overall services?

 Intensive In-home Services treatment team can consist of:

  • Licensed Mental Health Professional (LMHP) is a Master’s Degree professional with specialized training in behavioral modification and treatment plan development, therapy, counseling and medical assessing.


  • Licensed Mental Health Professional Resident in Counseling (LMHP/RC) is a Master’s Degree professional that is in specialized training & supervision under an LMHP to become specialized in behavioral modification and treatment plan development, therapy, counseling and medical assessing.


  • Mobile Therapist (MT) is a Master’s Degree professional LMHP/RC who will provide intensive therapy in the comfort of the family’s home, to address goals and objectives outlined in their individualized treatment plan.


  • Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) is a Master’s and/or Bachelor’s Degree professional that provide intense psycho-educational intervention & prevention services that focuses on one-to-one social, behavioral, and emotional support to the child and their family, as outlined in their individualized treatment plan.


  • Qualified Paraprofessional Mental Health (QPPMH)- are either registered with the United States Psychiatric Association (USPRA) as an Associate Psychiatric Rehabilitation Provider (APRP); (ii) has an associate's degree in a related field (social work, psychology, psychiatric rehabilitation, sociology, counseling, vocational rehabilitation, human services counseling) and at least one year of experience providing direct services to individuals with a diagnosis of mental illness; or (iii) has a minimum of 90 hours classroom training and 12 weeks of experience under the direct personal supervision of a QMHP-Adult providing services to individuals with mental illness and at least one year of experience (including the 12 weeks of supervised experience).

Outpatient Information

What symptoms might suggest that you could benefit from outpatient treatment?
We could all benefit from a non-judgmental person who will listen to us, collaborate and empower us to make changes in our lives. But we also know when we are just not feeling right. We might be feeling very tired, eating more or less than normal, having difficulty concentrating, feeling irritable, or just going through changes in our lives that we want to talk with someone about. That’s where outpatient services comes into play. In addition to Master’s Level clinicians, we also have Licensed Clinicians. We can help you get back into the swing of life!

What treatment concerns do we address?
Treatment concerns addressed have included (but are not limited to) the following:
•    Depression
•    Anxiety
•    Grief and Loss
•    Physical/Sexual/Emotional Abuse
•    Parent-Child Problems
•    Personality Disorders
•    Conduct Disorders
•    PTSD

What types of services does the outpatient clinic provide?
•    Intake assessments
•    Medication management
•    Individual, family and couples counseling
•    Therapy

Do we provide outpatient to children and adolescents?
We have trained and qualified clinicians who specialize their work with children and adolescents. We provide play therapy, which is a form of treatment that utilizes the language of play to help children express their troubles when they cannot say their thoughts and feelings with words. Play therapy is a less threatening way for children to be taught coping skills and find creative solutions. Play therapy encourages children to change the way they think, feel and behave in many situations in their liv
We also have skilled and confidential therapists who enjoy working with adolescents with a variety of issues. Although teenagers can benefit from play therapy, sometimes, they just need a place they can talk about the many stresses of being a teen. It’s difficult to know for sure when your adolescent or child is troubled. es.

Warning signs to look for in children and adolescents that may be of concern?
•    Trouble sleeping and eating (or a change in their normal behaviors)
•    Headaches and other physical complaints
•    Loss of interest in activities and relationships
•    Decreased performance in schoolwork or attendance
•    Aggressive and other behavioral behaviors
•    Suicidal discussions or action
•    Not following the rules


What symptoms might suggest that you could benefit from Intensive In-Home Services treatment?
Children and adolescents who are experiencing severe symptoms or distress, or are readjusting to home, school or community following a hospitalization, or placed at risk for out-of-home placement and who generally require more support than traditional outpatient therapy can provide.
Children and adolescent who are unable to maintain throughout their daily schedule without incident.
Escalated inappropriate and//or disruptive behavior on a frequent basis within a limited duration of time between incidents.

What treatment concerns do we address in IIHS?
Treatment concerns addressed have included (but are not limited to) the following:
•    Depression
•    Anxiety
•    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
•    Attention Deficit Disorder
•    Oppositional Defiant Disorder
•    Parent-Child Relational Problems
•    Personality Disorders
•    Conduct Disorders
•    Bipolar Disorder


Where are IIHS services provided ?
Services to this population is facilitated in the home, school and community.  The majority of the services provided will be conducted in the participant’s home to assist individual in regaining control and maintenance of their daily life.  Other areas participants are served are in the school and community environments as a follow-up care to maintain all around consistency of positive behavior to ensure the increase in positive model behavior within the home, school and community.


What is Mental Health Skill-Building Services?
Mental health Skill-Building Services are services that focus on adult individuals that suffer with mental health and behavioral health disorders that are affecting the adults in their homes. Treating and supporting these adults is paramount to achieving wellness and sustainability for the child and the family unit as one.

What symptoms might suggest that you could benefit from Mental health Skill-Building Services?
•    difficulties in establishing or maintaining normal interpersonal relationships
•    maintaining personal hygiene,
•    assistance in preparing food
•    struggle with maintaining adequate nutrition
•    struggle with maintaining and/or managing personal finances
•    Unable to clearly recognize personal danger and displaying appropriate social behaviors.

Method of funding?
•    Medicaid
•    Anthem
•    Virginia Premiere
•    Private pay

How do I get started?
In order to get started, all you need to do is contact the main office number at 804-477-6275 and inform an intake coordinator you are interested in receiving outpatient services. Or you may submit an inquiry online and an intake coordinator will contact you within 24 hours of submission. You will then speak with an intake coordinator on the telephone, and be set up for your initial intake assessment. This professional will gather information about you and set you up with a therapist who is qualified, empathetic and trained to work with the symptoms and concerns you are dealing with. Your therapist will collaboratively work with you and design your treatment strategies to best match your desires and needs for treatment.

Hours of operation: Monday - Thursday 9 - 5pm and Friday 9 - 2 pm.
ADDRESS: 221 Ruthers Road Suite 201 North Chesterfield VA 23235


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