Our comprehensive approach provides you and your family with the expertise, empowerment, hope and community that makes treatment successful and recovery possible.
A constellation of structured supports, our services include individual and group counseling and treatments aimed at increasing you and your family's overall functioning.
We provide a variety of services, all with one goal in mind—to be there for you, every step of the way.
Mental Health Skill Building
maintaining mental and emotional stability
Intensive In-Home Counseling
counseling for children
the highest level of support
Individual, Family, Couples, and Group therapy
Veteran’s Employment Program (VEP)
helping veterans overcome barriers to employment
Alcohol Counseling and Treatment (ACT)
group and individual counseling for DUI charges
Alternatives to Incarceration Program (AIP)
treatment, not time
Learn to control your emotions
Training & Professional Development
solutions for professional and personal growth
reducing recidivism and reuniting families
Who We Are
We have three offices in Richmond, Virginia as well as a number of counselors who are on the road, all to provide you with the easiest access to care.
The Community Blog
You aren’t from Virginia – what can you tell us about the difference in getting assistance (of any kind – food, shelter, employment assistance, etc.) here in our state versus California? “Well California is a big state so it really comes down to each individual city and the Programs that city set up. San Francisco […]Read More >>
Getting ready to interview for your new job? Make sure you don’t forget one of the most important things – a good haircut.Read More >>
…you should share it! One of our former VEP participants wrote this to our Lead Case Manager.Read More >>
Many of the individuals arrested and incarcerated for drug use or possession are stuck in a cycle – one that often makes it difficult for them to navigate through the judicial process without relapsing, while also drawing on the help that they need, when they need it. Drug Court is changing that.Read More >>
Former Navyman Mike Dempster shares his story.Read More >>