Provide services which include locating birth parents for adults and finding adoptive homes for available children.
Provides child-centered, family focused services that support the family goals of economic self-sufficiency and child development.
Provides substitute parental care, protection, guidance, and early childhood education while parents/caretakers are participating in approved activities of work, school, and/or training.
Provides special services to fathers as they play a pivotal role in the emotional, physical and financial health of their family.
We strengthen the bond between fathers, children and family by providing fathers with the tools to achieve their goals of becoming more effective parents.
Residential Foster Care - Residential placement occurs when a foster child is placed in a licensed publicly- or privately-owned facility, rather than a private family home.
Therapeutic Foster Care - Provides specialized attention to troubled children and teens in foster care. It is a joint effort by the Adult and Family Services and Mental Health Substance Abuse Divisions.
Serves children from birth to age three who have developmental delays.
Services available include; but not limited to, service coordination, speech, physical, and/or occupational therapy and educational services.
The program also offers parent support groups, center based classes and community based group activities for children.
This is a facility that houses up to 90 youth ages 10-17 that are charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses.
The Center serves both male and female youth awaiting court hearings as well as those sentenced to detention.
Most of the youth reside in Virginia Beach.
Seek to enable individuals, families, and communities to work together, promoting their strengths and potentials.
The services provided are designed for the enhancement of protective factors and the reduction of risks factors.
Provides case management and other supportive services to pregnant and parenting women and their children whose lives have been affected by substance use and/or co-occurring disorders.
Parenting education and support groups for mothers and fathers.
Families Together provides targeted case management services to children birth through seven who are considered at risk of severe emotional disturbances due to parental/caregiver substance use, intellectual disabilities or mental illness.
Provides education classes, support groups, consultation, resource linkage and advocacy for individuals and families affected by mental illness, substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders.
Staff coordinates the Virginia Beach Community Trust for individuals with mental illness.