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Promoting Wellness, Recovery, and Resilience For All

Providing person-centered care throughout the life span to ensure personal recovery and self-determination.

Mission, Vision and Values

We're Committed to Your Well-Being

Our Mission

To facilitate recovery and resiliency of individuals and families affected by mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders.

Our Vision

Continuing to serve as a vital partner in a community system of care that promotes the highest possible quality of life.

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Our Services and Community Support

How Can We Help You?

24/7 Crisis Services

Providing support, guidance, and direct intervention when necessary for persons in behavioral health crisis. Our trained Crisis Counselors work in conjunction with local hospitals, first responders, and community members to assist with resolving situations and developing plans of immediate care to outpatient and inpatient resources.

Developmental Disabilities

Providing personal, social, and behavioral skills training for children and adults with developmental disabilities to help them improve the quality of their daily lives, live independently and be active members of their community.

Mental Health

Providing individual, family and group services across the life span emphasizing personal strengths and resources to empower wellness, recovery and resilience.

Substance Use Disorder (SUD)

Providing individual and group services for adults with recent experiences of substance use to help you make healthy choices that fit your recovery goals.

24/7 Crisis Services

Providing support, guidance, and direct intervention when necessary for persons in behavioral health crisis. Our trained Crisis Counselors work in conjunction with local hospitals, first responders, and community members to assist with resolving situations and developing plans of immediate care to outpatient and inpatient resources.

Mental Health

Providing individual, family and group services across the life span emphasizing personal strengths and resources to empower wellness, recovery and resilience.

Developmental Disabilities

Providing personal, social, and behavioral skills training for children and adults with developmental disabilities to help them improve the quality of their daily lives, live independently and be active members of their community.

Substance Use Disorder (SUD)

Providing individual and group services for adults with recent experiences of substance use to help you make healthy choices that fit your recovery goals.

TRAININGS AND EVENTS

Working to promote a healthier community through education and outreach.

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Jun 10

GWTICN General Membership Meetings (HYBRID)

9:00 AM Join the GWTICN at the June General Membership Meeting. This meeting will be held in-person at the United Way of the Virginia Peninsula and via Zoom.

Jun 10

SafeTALK Training

10:00 AM SafeTALK is a 4 hour LivingWorks workshop that teaches participants to be more alert to people thinking about suicide and better able to connect them to suicide intervention resources. Click here to view the training flier.

Jun 11

Wmbg Family Caregiver Lunch & Learn

11:30 AM Depression in Seniors - Depression is not uncommon as individuals get older; however, it is not a normal part of aging. Learn about depression, how to identify it, what to do to address it, and steps to take possibly to prevent it. For more information and to register, contact Peninsula Agency on Aging at (757) 345-6277. Click here to view the flier.

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