What's New at CBH
On October 12, 2017, the Williamsburg Health Foundation presented its annual award for 2017 to the Colonial Area Crisis Intervention Team, a public-private partnership that includes nearly 20 collaborating organizations led by Colonial Behavioral Health. The Crisis Intervention Team, or CIT, as it is known to its members, includes all local law enforcement agencies from Williamsburg, James City, York and Poquoson as well as mental health advocates and professionals, Riverside Doctors’ Hospital and others.
On August 1, 2017 your Medicaid insurance plan may be changing. If so, starting on this date you will be enrolled in a new Medicaid program called “CCC Plus,” which stands for the Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus Program. At this time your current health insurance coverage will stop and your new insurance program will begin.
Farm Fresh Food & Pharmacy® has presented a $25,000 grant from the SUPERVALU Foundation to Colonial Behavioral Health (CBH) in support of the agency’s mission, which CBH earmarked for services for military, veterans, and their dependents.
Colonial Behavioral Health and five other Williamsburg-area nonprofits are featured in Next Door Neighbors magazine.