Western Tidewater CSB Children’s Services
Western Tidewater CSB’s full range of Children’s Services and community supports advocates for the child and their entire support system. Our programs evaluate, treat, and support children suffering from intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or substance abuse who struggle with social, vocational, academic, or family functioning.
We believe in complete, wrap-around care that supports improved self-esteem, well-being, positive decision-making, enhanced social skills, and healthy relationships with themselves and their surrounding community.
Our mission is to inspire acceptance, positive changes, and living life with a purpose.
Let’s move forward, together.
Mental Health Counseling
Child and Adolescent Case Management ensures that children and adolescents with mental health and intellectual disabilities can access a full range of community supports.
Basic supports include:
- Other supports essential to meeting basic needs
Regional Education Assessment Crisis Services Habilitation (REACH) is a crisis response program for children under 18 with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
REACH assists families:
- When children have been identified as having an intellectual or developmental disability in the event of a crisis
- When a change in typical behavior places the child, caregiver, family member, or anyone else in danger
- Supportive intervention may be required to effectively resolve the event
- Call Regional crisis line: 1-888-255-2989 for more information regarding services, resources, and/or training opportunities
Crisis staff collaborates with local stakeholders to assist with community-based stabilization, offering additional support to help divert hospitalization or loss of placement.
Offering additional support to:
- Emergency Services
- Case Managers
- Support Coordinators
- Other service providers
- Regional crisis line: 1-888-255-2989
School Intervention Program (SCIP)
SCIP Services are designed for at-risk school age children, under the age of 21 who exhibit multiple behavioral, emotional, and/or social problems.
Offering support when issues interfere with:
- School attendance
- Academic performance
- Social interactions with peers/authority figures within the school setting
Life Management Program (LMP)
Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) provides a team of individuals to provide targeted services to ages 16 – 25 experiencing an initial psychotic episode and potentially early onset of mental illness.
- Intensive services are provided
- Serving these individuals into young adulthood
TIME guides children & adolescents:
- Make positive life choices
- Enhanced social skills
- Cultivate healthy relationships
Serving children & adolescents with:
- Skills deficits
- Inadequate supportive relationships
- Lack of caregiver bonding
- No age-appropriate independence skills
Functional Family Therapy (FFT)
Treatment for the youth and their family consisting of three stages of treatment: Engagement/Motivation, Behavioral Change, and Generalization.
- Referrals are received through AMI kids for youth involved in the juvenile justice system
Youth Substance Abuse Treatment (YSAT)
The YSAT program is a fourteen session treatment plan for ages 16-25 experiencing substance-related issues.
- Utilizes elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy
- 10 individual sessions with adolescent
- 4 sessions with caregiver (2 individually plus 2 with the caregiver and adolescent)
UPLIFT is an afterschool prevention and treatment program for ages 11-18 that focuses on developing life skills and reducing the risk factors associated with truancy and juvenile justice involvement.
- Weekdays from 3pm -7pm
- Community based setting
- Clinical & educational services
- Supportive environment
- Evidence-based approaches to improve community connections, self- esteem and successful efforts in school
Children's Crisis Stabilization Unit
Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit – BRIDGES (Windsor, VA) offers short-term residential crisis services for male and female adolescents up to age 17.
BRIDGES provides up to 15 days of crisis services to adolescents and their families :
- Mood disorders
- Substance abuse issues
- Behavioral disorders
We offer an array of center-based medical and associated nursing services in conjunction with case management/care coordination.
Medical services focus is on:
- Pharmacological evaluation
- Treatment, management
- Monitoring of DSM V disorders
Mental Health Skill Building (MHSS)
Recipients learn and practice skills important for achieving:
- Psychiatric stability
- Independent living
- Becoming a productive member of the community
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Who We Are
Western Tidewater CSB is the leading authority in mental health and developmental services in Franklin, Suffolk, Isle of Wight County, and Southampton County. Learn more about what truly sets us apart.