Mental Health Services

Home > Services > Mental Health Services > Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services

Centra Mental Health Services offers the most comprehensive of mental health and substance abuse programs in the Commonwealth for adults, children and their families.   For information about any of our programs, please call Centra Mental Health Intake and Resource Center at 434.200.4444 or 24 hours a day/7 days a week.


Adult & Geriatric Services


Adult Psychiatric Program

Personalized treatment for adults 18-64 who are in crisis and in need of immediate stabilization.

More Information

Addiction & Recovery

A range of patient-centered, medical outpatient treatment for alcohol and substance use disorders.

More Information

Geriatric Program

Personalized treatment to adults ages 65 and older who are in crisis and in need of immediate stabilization.

More Information

Outpatient

Psychiatric outpatient practice offering a full spectrum of mental health providers and services.

More Information

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

A non-invasive, non-medication, FBA approved procedure that utilizes magnetic pulses to stimulate nerve cells in the brain.

More Information


Child & Adolescent Services


 

Acute Psychiatric Program

Short-term acute inpatient care for children and adolescents ages 5-18 who are in need of immediate stabilization.

More Information

Autism & Developmental Services

Range of services from diagnosis and testing to developmental pediatrics to school and in-home services.

More Information

Outpatient Services

A psychiatric outpatient practice offering a full spectrum of mental health providers and services for children and adolescents.

More Information

Residential - Bridges Treatment Center

Residential psychiatric treatment and educational services for boys and girls ages 6-17 with IQs of 52 and above with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues .

More Information

Rivermont Schools - Special Education

A therapeutic educational program for students, ages 5-22, with special needs, including autism who have difficulty learning in a traditional school setting.

More Information