Support Coordination (Case Management) is a comprehensive program. Children ages 3 and up are assessed and linked to resources to enhance their opportunities within their community. Ongoing monitoring and support is available to ensure their success.

For more information on developmental services for children on our Developmental Services page.

Support Coordination links at-risk children and their families to services which promote successful development in social skills, increased self-esteem, and skills for interacting in the community. We provide outpatient counseling services to children and their families in a clinical office setting. Services can be individual, family, and/or group counseling. We also aid families in accessing social services and providing parenting information.


The ICC program strives to facilitate necessary services for children who are at risk of entering or who are placed in an out of home placement. Our goal is to safely and effectively maintain, transition, or return the child home, to a relative's home, or family like setting at the earliest appropriate time in addressing the child's needs.

How We Help: We identify the strengths and needs of the child and the family. Then identify specific services and supports that would be necessary to meet those needs. Hopefully, we link the youth and family with those services and continue to monitor to ensure success. Setting up team meetings that are family driven and youth guided, we will closely collaborate with FAPT and continue with follow up on site visitation and regular contact.

Criteria: A child is eligible for ICC if he or she is at risk of an out of home placement, such as foster care, residential placement, or juvenile justice placement. We provide serves to Waynesboro, Staunton, and Augusta County.

For more information contact the Case Management Supervisor at 540 213-7376.


TDT Services

Therapeutic Day Treatment provides intensive mental health services to students in the school environment. Children in the program have social, emotional, or behavioral problems that interfere with their ability to function at school, home, and in the community. Our goal is to help your child develop skills to effectively express emotions, manage behaviors, and get along with others so he or she can remain in their school and community. This is done through therapeutic activities designed to build on your child's strengths while enhancing self-esteem and teaching new skills.

TDT services include classroom support, individual and group sessions, crisis intervention, and family/parent involvement.

TDT Services can be covered by Medicaid. We also take other insurance and have self-pay options.

If you child has tried other programs and you still feel he or she could benefit from additional help, please contact your school guidance counselor or principal and ask for a referral to the TDT program through VCSB.




Emergency Service Program

Purpose: Our purpose is to assist children experiencing a mental health crisis and help minimize the devastating effects it can have on the child and family. We want to help children remain safely in the community and to link family assistance to establish ongoing support for success.

What We Do: We offer a short-term, goal-oriented program that provides flexible hours to fit into the family schedule. We work to provide a treatment plan with goals to meet your support needs and address the current crisis situation. We will also complete referrals for ongoing support after the crisis.

We can do home, school, or office visits and advocate for the child needs. We have 24/7 emergency service supports.

Criteria: The service is available after a screening and assessment session to determine eligibility.

For more information contact Emergency Services at 540 885-0866.




Emergency Services Program for youth.

This program provides services to youth who are in the custody of Shenandoah Juvenile Detention Center. The services include diagnostic assessment, case management, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, and psychiatric services.

For more information contact Emergency Services 540 885-0866.


We offer services to child who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, or deafblind.

We can aid the family and child in becoming healthier and more functional through therapeutic interventions.

Therapists can communicate in American Sign Language.

Regional consultation and advocacy is available upon request.

We also offer services to adults.


Prevention Services offer a broad range of prevention services in the community.

Some of those services include presentations on prevention-related topics, suicide prevention training, as well as addressing community needs as they arise through work on community coalitions and work groups.

For more information, please contact our Prevention Services Coordinator at 540-213-7599 or dowload the brochure below.