Rehabilitation

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​​Adult Outpatient Services: 

Provides treatment for Virginia Beach residents age 18 and over with substance use, mental illness and co-occurring disorders. Services include individual, family and group therapy, psychiatric evaluations, and medication management. A wide variety of group topics are offered including cocaine addiction, recovery, substance dependence, and substance use influenced by trauma.

Adult outpatient services are staffed at two locations: 

  • Pembroke 6 - (757) 385-0511 - 297 Independence Blvd, Ste 126
  • Magic Hollow I - (757) 385-8222 - 3143 Magic Hollow Blvd

Adult Day Treat​ment: 

Group therapy and education are provided for persons with moderate to severe levels of mental illness, substance use, or co-occurring disorders.​

The Harbour: 

The Harbour is an adult day sup​port program that provides psycho-educational and skill development activities for consumers. These services help promote self-sufficiency and avoid hospitalization.  Participation ranges from three to five days per week, four hours per day.  ​
Located at 3160 Magic Hollow Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA; please4 call (757) 385-4010​​​ for information. 

The Pathways Center at Birdneck Circle: 

Facility operates 24 hours, seven days a week providing crisis stabilization for individuals with co-occurring disorders experiencing a psychiatric crisis, medical withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs, and serves as a link to continuing treatment and services. 
Located at 409 Birdneck Circle, Virginia Beach, VA;  please call (757) 385-6950​​ for information. 

Senior Resource Center: 

Senior Resource Center is located at 912 Princess Anne Road in the Creeds area. It is a place for seniors and their families to go for information, assistance, activities, and socialization.  Open five days a week and staffed primarily by volunteers with one DHS Liaison, the Center provides a varying schedule of activities and lectures at no cost.  ​
For information, please call 757-385-2175.​​​

Senior Res​pite Care: 

Respite Care provides a temporary break from care-giving responsibilities allowing the family caregiver time to regroup, renew, recharge and restore balance in life and reduce stress.  The in-home adult sitter provides supervision and socialization to individuals who live with their primary caregiver and who are not safe to be left alone due to illness or dementia.  The respite receiver must reside with a caregiver and be 60 years of age or older; if 18-60 years old, must have a dementia diagnosis. 
For information, please call 757-385-4135.​​

Beach House: 

Beach House is an empowering clubhouse community providing the highest quality psychiatric rehabilitation services, enhancing the quality of life and community integration of its members, and promoting personal dignity and independence. Utilization of Beach House is voluntary - members are free to come and go as they please, and to decide how they wish to utilize their time at the clubhouse.  Members and staff members work side by side to complete the unit activities that keep the clubhouse running smoothly.  Beach House focuses on developing employment and promoting the development of relationships through active involvement in the work ordered day activities of the clubhouse.  Members need to be actively involved in the development of service plan goals, and continue to work on these goals throughout their time at Beach House. 

Work Ordered Day Ac​​tivities​ through Beach House:

Clerical Services Unit: 

Clerical activities include; publishing a daily and monthly newsletter, photocopying of mail and maintaining the mail room, telephone reception, shredding, processing of travel vouchers, daily processing of attendance data, formulating a monthly attendance report, front desk reception, ordering and distributing office supplies for the house, maintaining personnel information, maintaining the Beach House Thrift Store Account, facilitating repairs for the house, checking courier mail daily, distributing faxes, updating and maintaining med sheets, maintaining the Beach House database, developing and disseminating reports monthly, researching community resources, ensuring network coordination and overseeing vehicle maintenance. 

Retail Unit: 

Retail Unit activities include: procurement of donations for the Beach House Thrift Store, scheduling of donations pick up in the community, counting Thrift Store money, processing of thank you letters for donations, daily operation of the Thrift Store, Beach House custodial supplies inventory, overseeing of the Beach House Health and Safety training, tours of Beach House and coordination all visitors, intake and orientation for new members and coordination of Eastern State Hospital visits.  If you are interested in making a donation, Please call 757-385-6946.  Through these donations members are able to have clothing to wear to work and bicycles to get them there.  If also provides furniture for their homes as well as electric appliances.​

Food Services Unit: 

Providing a meaningful work-ordered day experience through the daily operation of the kitchen, snack bar and completion of other activities.  We are dedicated to preparing and providing nutritious lunches in a timely manner, in an environment of unity and cooperation between staff and members of Beach House.​

CORE unit (Community Opportunities through Recreation, Education and Employment): 

Activities include the coordination of recreational and social activities and transportation for evening and weekend programs, solicitation of complimentary tickets and volunteers for these recreational activities and coordination of the Beach House educational services.  Coordination of Transitional Employment positions and the process of referrals and coordination with the Department of Rehabilitative Services for members also is the responsibility of this unit. 

Transitiona​l Employment Program (TEP): 

TEP is a part-time, staff-supported employment program, which enables members to develop their work habits and build self-confidence in a normal community work environment.  Beach House staff provide members with onsite training, support, & back-up services. 

Supported Employment (SEP): 

Members are assisted to get full or part time, independent employment in a field chosen by the member and without time limits.  Beach House can refer members to the Department of Rehabilitative Services to obtain employment services.  TEPs help members to get ready for independent or supported employment. 

Educational Services-Beach House Tutoring Services: 

Beach House works with the Tidewater Literacy Council (TLC) to assist individuals who are interested in developing their literacy skills and obtaining their GED.  Members help other members to achieve this through the coordination of the program and becoming tutors.  Other tutors are sought through the general community.  The Administrative Assistant coordinates the Educational Program with the assistance of the Educational Monitors.

Recreational Program Services: 

In an attempt to further enhance the member's quality of life and community integration; Beach House operates a comprehensive recreational program, which is primarily in the evenings on weekends.  The recreational program will attempt to structure its program according to the needs and desires of the membership as a whole.  Some activities will be free of charge, while others will have a cost to participate. All activities will focus on improving the member's quality of life, community integration, good mental​ and physical health, and diversity.  Some activities have included:  ballgames, movies, museums, putt-putt, etc.

Social Program Services: 

The Social Program provides members opportunities to socialize in the clubhouse after hours during the week & on Saturdays.  This program encourages building better relationships between members and/or staff.  The Social Program offers arts & crafts, board games, card tournaments, dancing, exercise, movies, and many other activities, which help members to explore talents and hobbies.  Each month there is an evening Social Program activity. 

Recovery Is Possible Meetings: 

This meeting is on Wednesday evenings and for those members who need help conquering any type of addiction.  Its' mission is to be clean, sober and addiction free through education and support from others in recovery. ​
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