FAMILY, MENTAL HEALTH, & CRISIS SUPPORT 

CHILD HEALTH PARTNERSHIP

Child Health Partnership (formerly Jefferson Area CHIP) partners with families to create a nurturing home environment and promote the health and well-being of children in our community.

 

We have been closely monitoring the unfolding public health crisis presented by COVID-19. As of now: All Child Health offices will be closed. Face-to-face home visits with families have been suspended until further notice. Child Health staff will continue to check in by phone and text with all our families, and we’ll be conducting virtual home visits by video chat.
 We’ll be reachable by phone and email as usual. Staff will also continue to communicate and collaborate virtually with each other on ways we can continue to support families and be a trusted resource for the community.
 All face-to-face events have been cancelled for the time being, including breakfast tours of our office scheduled for 3/24 and 4/17.

Fluvanna Office 5578 Richmond Road, Suite 101 Troy, VA 22974 Phone: 434-589-0927 Fax: 540-967-2765

REGION TEN COMMUNITY BOARD

All Region Ten public meeting spaces will be closed. Day programs will be closed until further notice. Staff will be communicating with families, referral sources, and community partners as this is a change in access to services at this time. The Wellness Recovery Center, Mohr Center, and Women’s Center at Moores Creek will suspend new admissions until further notice while risk continues to be assessed. Same Day Access and intake assessments will be postponed until further notice. Outpatient services will continue virtually, and providers are touch with individual consumers. Medication management for current consumers is continuing by telephone appointments. Please make sure Region Ten has the correct telephone number on file. Same Day Access via virtual intakes will start soon. Please remember this is a fluid situation and changes are expected as the virus is diagnosed in our area. Please check back regularly for updates.
 

(434) 972-1800 OR (866) 694-1605. Fluvanna: (434) 589-8276 (434) 589-2690

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

​The Virginia Department of Social Services is working closely with the Northam administration, the COVID-19 Taskforce, as well as local partners and stakeholders to closely monitor the emergence of COVID-19 and activate emergency procedures. Check the website as it will be updated regularly with the most up-to-date information and guidance from the department.

Fluvanna County DSS (434) 842-8221

SHELTER FOR HELP IN EMERGENCY

During this COVID-19 crisis, the Shelter for Help in Emergency remains dedicated to providing emergency services for victims of domestic violence and their children with the priority of maintaining the safety, health and well-being of our community.  During this time of social distancing, victims are at an increased danger due to home confinement with their abuser.  As a way to gain power and control over their victims, an abuser may take advantage of an already stressful situation by withholding medical attention, taking away recommended safety measures such as hand sanitizer and/or cleaning products, or further isolating their victims by hindering their ability to interact with family and friends by phone or over the internet.  The Shelter WILL remain open and ready to serve victims during this time of uncertainty.  Our mission to end domestic violence in our community is strong and unwavering.  

 

If you or someone you know is in need of services, please call our 24-hour hotline at (434) 293-8509.

SARA - SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCE AGENCY

​SARA continues to provide services, adapting as necessary and working with our clients and community partners to prioritize safety and health. Our 24/7 hotline is 434-977-7273.

EFFORT CHRISTIAN SCHOOL AND PRESCHOOL 

We are launching a new ministry offered to preschoolers of essential personnel as defined by the Governor's office. Space is limited. We will be accepting enrollments from essential employees including first responders; such as police, fire, rescue, and military; healthcare providers, essential government employees, criminal justice personnel, shelter and essential services, utility workers, essential food, pharmaceutical, and supply access personnel, staff and providers of child care centers. There will be a vetting process to make sure all families qualify for our services and there will be many new safety guidelines put into place to assure the health and well-being of all families and staff.

This program is designated for children from 2.5 years to 5 years old (if not enrolled in kindergarten). The cost will be $235 per week per child and our hours of operation will be from 7am-6pm. If you qualify, apply for this program by visiting www.effortchristianschools.com and select "Register your Child." For any questions regarding enrollment please email ecsp@effortchurch.org or call 434-808-2447

FAMILY AND INDIVIDUAL THERAPY 

Therapist Shannon Redmond has openings for individual and family therapy.


All session are using Teletherapy for now, with the hope of moving to face to face when that can be done safely. Most insurance companies are covering this option and I take most insurance. Please reach out if you could use some support during this crisis.

Take care and stay well.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/shannon-garrett-redmond-palmyra-va/712803