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Adult Mental Health

Adult Mental Health Services

82439703_S.jpgBehavioral health issues can affect your daily life in many profound ways.  It can also make getting treatment and maintaining independence a challenge.  Prince William County Community Services offer the following services to assist in getting the treatment and help you need.   

Adult Mental Health Case Management

Case Management services are offered to individuals who have a serious mental illness and provide links for services and supports that can enhance recovery, promote community integration and assist individuals in reaching their goals.

Adult Therapy Services

 Individual, group and family therapy is offered for individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring issues who want to develop skills and achieve their goals.

Discharge Planning Services

Individuals with serious mental illness who are in state psychiatric hospitals are provided services that help their transition to community-based services. 

Psychiatric Services

Center based psychiatric and associated nursing services are provided in conjunction with case management services. The services  focus on psychiatric evaluation and treatment of individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders.  These services, provided through a treatment team, promote recovery and enhanced quality of life. 

Get On Track (GOT) Program

GOT treatment services identify and treat adolescents and young adults (ages 16-25), who may be experiencing early signs of psychosis.  The programs focuses on school, work, independent living and enjoying  healthy relationships. 


FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANY OF THESE SERVICES, OR TO SCHEDULE AN INTAKE, PLEASE CALL 703-792-7800 IN MANASSAS OR 703-792-4900 IN WOODBRIDGE.   


Program for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH)

PATH services are provided to individuals with serious mental illnesses and co-occurring substance use disorders who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Services may include screening and diagnostic treatment, alcohol and/or drug treatment, case management and other needed community supports.  For more information please contact: 703-792-7947.   

   

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