We ensure that individuals who receive services with Piedmont United Family Services are provided with person-centered, quality treatment.
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Piedmont United Family Services provides skills, training and support so individuals living with mental illnesses, substance use disorders, and anyone who faces life crises can achieve safety, personal wellness, recovery and community integration. Piedmont United Family Services’ behavioral health services are provided throughout Southwest Virginia. We provide comprehensive and individualized services, including mobile and community crisis stabilization, skills training and supports, counseling, interpersonal skills training, vocational assistance, supported education, substance abuse services and housing resources. We provide mental and behavioral health services to adults, adolescents, and children ages 5 and up.
Intensive In-home Counseling
For those with mental illness who need help with basic living skills, community resources, and managing psychiatric symptoms. Our mental health professionals create a specialized treatment plan with goals specific to the client’s needs, emphasizing symptom management and consistent medication. We establish a support network for safety, education, and empowerment to improve our clients' well-being and overall quality of life.
Mental Health Skill Building
Intensive in-home services are provided to children and families who are at risk of out of home and out of school placement. Children who are suffering with mental health, behavioral concerns, or functioning and it has severely impacted the family environment to a degree that typical family interactions are affected, and they are at risk of being removed from the home.
Therapeutic Day Treatment
Piedmont United Family Services offers Therapeutic Day Treatment (TDT) to address mental health, emotional, and behavioral issues that hinder learning. Our program provides flexible scheduling for mental health providers to work alongside educators in schools. Our Qualified Mental Health Professionals are available for collaborative meetings, family sessions, and 24-hour crisis support.
Community Crisis Stabilization
A short-term service, typically provided daily for 7 days. The program is designed to support continued de-escalation and crisis stabilization following initial crisis intervention/response. Services are provided to children, adolescents, and adults in their natural environment which mainly consists of their home. This service is also available in schools to support students, staff and parents.
Mobile Crisis Services
A rapid response, assessment and early intervention to individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis. This service is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The purpose of this service includes prevention of acute exacerbation of symptoms, prevention of harm to the individual or others, provision of quality intervention in the least restrictive setting, and development of an immediate plan to maintain safety in order to prevent the need for a higher level of care.
23-Hour Crisis Support
This service allows for an opportunity for thorough assessment of crisis and psychosocial needs and supports throughout the full 23 hours of service to determine the best resources available for the individual to prevent unnecessary hospitalization. For situations wherein an individual is in an acute crisis and requires a safe environment for observation and assessment prior to determination of whether admission to an inpatient or residential crisis stabilization unit setting is necessary.
Mentoring & Life Skills