Child and Adolescent Resources
EMDR and Trauma Resources
Eating Disorder Resources
Mood Disorder Resources
Mental Health America of Fredericksburg: A local resource that helps to link individuals with local services. They also provide non-theraputic support groups, a mental health resource library where you can check out resources (e.g., books; videos) on mental health issues, and various other programs. Click on the link above to visit their website or call 540-371-2704.
Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services: Offers programs, resources, and support for adults with disabilities and for elderly populations. This government organization helps adults with disabilities (e.g., Autism) find employment, community supports, case management services, and independent living services. They also provide services for aging adults, including help finding services/care, and providing information and advocacy for elder adults who have had problems with care.
Recovery In Motion: A local non-profit that offers peer-to-peer support services, including yoga classes, support groups, and other services.
Rappahannock Area Community Services Board: This is the local Community Services Board, which offers a variety of services including substance abuse treatment programs, a 24-hour crisis services department, a crisis stabilization program, early intervention services, case management and outpatient services, and more. Services are available on a sliding scale for individuals without insurance.
Snowden at Fredericksburg: Provides in-patient and day-treatment services.
Mary Washington Hospice: Offers support groups and other services for families (including children) who have lost a loved one.
Doctor Yum Project: