Outpatient Mental Health Services
Outpatient mental health services are provided to individuals who are experiencing mental health symptoms as well as those with a co-occurring disorder. These strength-focused, recovery-oriented, services evaluate and treat the effects of mental health symptoms that impair an individual’s ability to function. Individually designed, the goal of these services is to empower individuals in their recovery through short-term, evidence-based approaches.
Services are delivered in one of our two community clinics. Insurance is accepted. Individuals without insurance are assessed on their ability to pay through a sliding fee scale. Payment is required at the time services are rendered.
- Diagnostic assessment
- Treatment planning
- Medication management
- Evaluation and management of psychiatric medications provided by a psychiatric prescriber. In order to receive these services, individuals must either be receiving counseling through RRCS or demonstrate stability on their medications as assessed by their treatment provider.
- Individual counseling
- Provided by a credentialed therapist, individual therapy targets short-term, achievable treatment goals using evidence-based interventions. Frequency and duration of service is based on the individual’s therapeutic need.
- A free group open to any client currently enrolled in RRCS programs, this group operates as an adjunct treatment to many other services offered through the agency. During this group, a National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) trained clinician applies fine gauge, sterilized needles to five designated points in each ear, where they remain for 30-45 minutes while the person relaxes quietly in a chair. Benefits associated with this treatment include decreased tobacco, alcohol, or drug cravings and withdraw, reduced anxiety, and improved sleep. This group is available at our Culpeper location.
- Anger management
- A 13-week group for individuals who want to learn anger management skills. Topics include thought stopping, assertiveness training, conflict resolution, the aggression cycle, anger control plans, and anger and the family. Insurance co-pays or self-pay sliding scale fees are collected at the time of service. This group is available at our Culpeper location.
- Working on Wellness (WOW) group
- An open process group for individuals living with chronic, serious mental illness. Within the group, participants share life experiences and find support and healing through group interaction. Focus is placed on developing and integrating coping and problem-solving skills. Insurance co-pays or self-pay sliding fees are collected at the time of service. This group is available at our Culpeper location.
- Co-occurring group
- This group is available at our Fauquier location.
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