Behavioral Health Services

Contact Information Program / Service Summary

Emergency Services

Culpeper County:
(540) 825-5656

Fauquier County:
(540) 347-7620

Madison County:
(540) 948-5911

Orange County:
(540) 672-2718

Rappahannock County:
(540) 675-3329

Emergency Services are available 24 hours per day. If you are currently in an emergency situation and need services immediately, you will receive prompt assistance from an emergency clinician. Emergency Clinicians provide assessments, crisis intervention, hospital diversion, pre-admission screening as well as other services.
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Behavioral Health Outpatient Services

Culpeper County:
(540) 825-5656

Fauquier County:
(540) 347-7620

Madison County:
(540) 948-5911

Orange County:
(540) 672-2718

Rappahannock County:
(540) 675-3329

Behavioral Health Outpatient Services consist of an array of center-based services designed to evaluate and treat the effects of behavioral health disorders that impair a person’s ability to function.
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Behavioral Health Case Management

After admission to RRCS services, individuals are referred as appropriate.

For more information, call
(540) 825-3100, ext. 3425.

Case Managers evaluate, link, monitor, and advocate for services to meet the needs of our clients. Behavioral Health Case Management is an entry point for all RRCS residential and day support programs.
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Visions Clubhouse

After admission to RRCS services, Behavioral Health Case Managers refer eligible individuals to Visions as appropriate.

For more information, call (540) 825-3366.

Visions Clubhouse offers a structured day program of psychosocial rehabilitation services. The program includes a work-ordered day, educational opportunities, community integration, vocational support and individualized staff services. Clubhouse members are given opportunities to volunteer in all aspects of the program.
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Leaflin Lane Apartments

(540) 829-7396

Leaflin Lane Apartments are subsidized one-bedroom units in Culpeper available for rental to persons age 62 and older who meet the low-income criteria established by HUD.
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Helpful Links

Mental Illness in Virginia's Adult Population

Mental Illness and Virginia's Criminal Justice System

Mental Illness and Virginia's Youth Population

Youth with Mental Illness and Virginia's Criminal Justice System