– World Health Organization, 1948
“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
All Care Family Services is a Community Behavioral Health provider committed to providing comprehensive mental health, and supportive case management services to individuals and families. We provide quality service to children, adults and families that will have a positive impact upon their dignity, self-worth, parenting skills and effective life management.
To provide the highest quality service to children, adults and families that will have a positive impact upon their dignity, self-worth and quality of life in the community. Our Executive Management Team Consist of individuals who are Licensed Medical Professionals, Mental Health Professionals and Professionals with Master’s Degrees in Social Work, Education, Nursing and Rehabilitative Training.
To be recognized as the behavioral health leader in the state of Virginia by providing the highest quality of care and community support services to youth, families and adults.
- 1Reality helps the client or family identify their needs.
- 2Competency gives the client/family the capacity for change
- 3Client & family strengths serves as the catalyst toward change.
- 4Solution oriented interventions reinforces the process of change
- 5Person Centered Services
- 6CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
- 7Behavioral Management
- 8Skill Base Services
Our Core Values
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of culturally competent, accessible and cost effective services. We will treat all people with dignity and respect. Recovery and Resiliency principles are practiced. We are committed to conducting ourselves with the highest level of integrity. We will strive to provide our employees with a nurturing and learning environment, which will allow them to achieve their highest level of performance and competency. We are committed to achieving the highest quality of care and stakeholder’s satisfaction. Our stakeholders are defined as persons served, employees, and business partners in the community. All persons served will be viewed as equal partners in the planning and receiving of All Care Family Services.
Individualized treatment planning is offered to best address each person’s unique situation. Treatment may include group and family therapy. Group therapies are also offered for victims of sexual abuse and can be modified to accommodate male/female issues. Professionally directed activity therapies include indoor and outdoor therapeutic activities, and leisure skills therapy. We offer positive coping options for dealing with anger, loss, grief, self-concept and getting back in control. The treatment team works with each client in planning re-entry into the community to maximize the benefits derived from the program and simplify the return to productive living. Other community resources may be used to further facilitate healthy personal growth.
The population served is youth ages 4 to 21 years, with mental, behavioral, or emotional disturbances, which have resulted in significant impairment. The client is at risk for out-of-home placement due to interpersonal conflicts with family or community. Eligible youth must have a documented history of prior interventions that substantiates the need for intensive in-home services. The youth’s behavior problems must demonstrate an inability to function within the school, home or community as evidenced by the risk of removal from one or all of these areas. The youth may also demonstrate difficulty in cognitive ability such that they are unable to recognize personal danger or inappropriate social behavior.
The population served is young adults from ages 18 and up with mental, behavioral, emotional disturbances, which have resulted in significant impairment and inability to self-manage in the home or resident environment without supportive interventions. The client, if not treated, will be at risk of out-of-home placement due to unmanageable behavior, repeated hospitalization, and diminished self-care.
There are four current versions of STEP: Early Childhood STEP for parents with children ages six and under, STEP and Spanish STEP for parents with children ages six through twelve, and STEP/Teen for parents with adolescent children.
Our substance abuse program treats children ages 5-11 and adolescents ages 12-17 with emotional and behavioral health problems. Our services include inpatient stabilization for young people who are challenged with an acute behavioral health issue. There are separate and distinct programs for each age group. As with adults, our individualized care plans for this younger group make safety and crisis stabilization top priorities.
- –Social Workers
- –Health Providers
- –Local Churches
- –Social Services
- –Juvenile Justice