Resource Guides are being developed for the local region. Here is the Nelson County guide, others regional guides are coming soon.
Nelson County Resource Guide
Region Ten - is the local community service board providing recovery programs for adults.
On Our Own - provides mutual support, self-help, advocacy, education, information and referral services for individuals who acknowledge having significant problems in their lives due to mental illness and who are seeking to take responsibility for their own growth and recovery while supporting each other. We actively advocate for positive change within the traditional mental health system.
Partner For Mental Health - Whether your mental health is strong and you’re simply
looking for information on how to maintain it, or if you, or someone you care about, is facing a diagnosis of a serious mental illness, Partner for Mental Health has something to offer you.
Job Guide for People with Mental Health Conditions - For those diagnosed with mental health disorders, employment can be an essential part of ongoing recovery. As with all professionals, people with mental health challenges can find purpose, productivity and consistency in a good job.
Vocal purpose is to create a climate in Virginia where peers are empowered to understand and find their own recovery through programs that achieve: a) personal transformation, b) community transformation, and c) systems transformation.
The Women's Initiative provides women with effective counseling, social support, and education so they can transform life challenges into positive change and growth.
Community Mental Health and Wellness Coalition - is collaborating to promote behavioral health and wellness through planning, advocacy, and access to effective service delivery for our region. Coalition is a
multidisciplinary group composed of organizations and leaders throughout the City of Charlottesville and the County of Albemarle who recognize that our efforts will be stronger together by working together.
UVA Teen Health Center The Teen and Young Adult Health Center is a primary care center for teenagers and young adults ages 12-24. Our team is specially trained to work with adolescents and help young adults with the unique challenges they face.
NAMI Store at Amazon - includes titles covering Bipolar, Depression, Schizophrenia, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, and others.
NAMI Virginia - is located in Richmond, Virginia, where it is appropriately situated in close proximity to the state legislature and is our resource for advocating for programs for Virginians.
NAMI USA the National Alliance on Mental Illness, located in Washington, D.C. is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. It's resources and updated information make checking this website well worthwhile.
NAMI Walks In 2015 NAMI Virginia, through the coordinated support of our network of affiliates and community volunteers, served over 23,000 individuals and families with mental health support and education programs across the Commonwealth. Our Walk funds allow NAMI to continue to meet the need in local communities throughout Virginia at no cost to participants. Your support would be an investment in the future! Your donation is tax-deductible and will help us continue to support, educate and advocate for mental health!
Psychiatric Society of Virginia - is a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association, with over 500 member psychiatrists. PSV focuses its efforts on advocacy of mental health issues, the advancement of psychiatry, and service to the community. 2209 Dickens Road
Richmond, VA 23230 804-565-6337