Valley Community Services Board

Developmental Services

All individuals will be guided to the specific assistance they need through an intake meeting with our Developmental Services Department. We strive to provide a better quality of life for the individuals we serve and their families. We hope to accomplish this by offering a wide range of services tailored to each individual need and coordinated by our caring staff. For more information about our Developmental Services, please call our Client Services at (540) 887-3200 or toll free (888) 601-8686. 

We strive to provide a better quality of life for the individuals we serve and their families. We hope to accomplish this by offering a wide range of services tailored to each individual need and coordinated by our caring staff.

Early Intervention Services

For children ages birth up to three years. Anyone can make a referral for early intervention services. A staff member meets with the family to learn about their child and to develop a plan based on the child's needs.


All services are provided in the home, or other location of the family’s choosing, by our Infant & Toddler Connection staff.

Sponsored Residential Services

Providing adults with disabilities a home in a family-style setting that ensures health and safety needs in addition to providing a learning component.

Intermediate Care Facilities:

Housing designed to provide intensive assistance to reinforce independence.


In-Home Services:

Providing support and assistance needed to live as independently as possible at home and in the community.

Case Management

Case Management Brochure

A case manager is a trained professional who assists adults and children by linking resources and monitoring services and support. 


Positive Behavior Support Services may include: person-centered services to improve quality of life by increasing desirable behaviors and decreasing challenging behaviors.

Additional Services for Children

Some services require a waiver. 

Through a "waiver" individuals may receive certain services (such as residential supports, nursing supports, employment supports) while living in the community, rather than in an institutional setting.


For more information, check out the My Life, My Community website (below) or call the VA Waiver Line (toll free) at 1-844-603-9248.

Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services

My Life, My Community

My Life, My Community Page