23-Hour Crisis Stabilization is a program that consists of a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals providing treatment services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The program provides an ongoing assessment, crisis intervention, and a clinical determination of the appropriate level of care for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis.

VCFS provides Mental Health Skill Building Services (MHSBS) that are designed to ass. MHSBS is designed to help individuals develop life skills to become independent and integrate themselves into the community. This service is tailored to the individual’s needs and is designed for adults with a proven clinical need.

Outpatient therapy services to families, children, and adolescents. These therapy sessions are helpful for individuals looking to clarify and set their goals as well as learn the proper techniques and strategies to accomplish them. This also includes developing strategies to help them overcome challenges and difficulties in their personal lives.

VCFS Provides a community stabilization program for adults, children, and adolescents. Services are provided in the individual’s home, school, or community settings. Community stabilization is a short-term crisis intervention service designed to help and support individuals within their natural community.