NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Welcome to the Sadie Rose Foundation. We are an official non-profit 501(c)3 organization offering support to families and individuals who have experienced the death of a loved one
Summit House is a community based self-help rehabilitation program designed to assist individuals with their recoveries from mental illness. The program operates as a club where members are voluntary participants and contributors. Members carry out the work of the house, vote on decisions affecting the program and provide mutual support to each other.
Part of the HRCSB
Sentara Behavior Health Services provide a comprehensive approach to mental health, offering a variety of treatment options and both inpatient and out patient care.
Mental Health and counseling Services for enrolled JMU college students
The Family Life Resource Center provides professional counseling and services for growth towards hope, health, and healing
Private, non-profit organization providing affordable professional counseling services to resident of the central Shenandoah valley.
The Collins Center provides support to men, women and children, who are victims of assault or abuse, while also providing services, many of which are free and confidential.
In partnership with horses, Breaking Free provides an alternative therapy that encourages and challenges people to overcome the effects of trauma, emotional hardships, and other barriers to quality of life. Breaking Free is located on the North Fork River in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
We are a growing organization, consistently increasing possibilities for our community to access comprehensive care through psychotherapy, holistic wellness, mentoring, sustainable gardening, medical and psychiatric services, psychological testing, and one day a full service inn and retreat center with a farm to table restaurant employing adults with disabilities.