Intensive In-Home Services
We provide a family-focused program with counseling services provided in the client’s home environment. This program is for children and adolescents from 4-21 who are experiencing significant behavioral/emotional challenges (i.e., defiant behavior, criminal behavior, runaway, etc.), have been subjected to abuse or neglect, or are returning from a residential treatment facility, group home, foster care, or correctional placement, and are in need of support to successfully transition back into the home or community and/or at risk of out-of-home placement. Using the family’s strengths, our program teaches the client and family coping skills to effectively manage stress and crisis situations. <Read More>
Mental Health Support
Our Mental Health Support Program serves to help each individual realize his/her goals and works with them to achieve independence while fostering dignity and self-respect. Our Mental Health Support program includes training and support to enable individuals age 18 years and older with significant psychiatric functional limitations to achieve and maintain community stability and independence would otherwise have trouble maintaining community stability and independence. Some major areas of focus include daily living skills training, accessing community resources, health and safety, financial management and social supports. Mental Health Support services are individualized, client centered and facilitated in the clients home and their community. <Read More>
New Directions encourages young people to maintain appropriate behavior in the home, school and community. The NDCOS Mentoring Program focuses on building rapport between a young person and a positive adult role model who can provide encouragement and correction in a variety of situations. Through behavior modification techniques, we seek to modify negative attitudes and eliminate behavior stresses. We serve youth who live in the home with their parents, have just been released from a Juvenile Correctional Centers, group homes, residential treatment centers, or foster care. We provide positive role models to increase and reinforce constructive behaviors. Additionally, we encourage them to successfully contribute to society. <Read More>
Therapeutic Day Treatment Services
Our day treatment program is designed to provide year round services to youth who demonstrate emotional and behavioral problems in the school setting and throughout the community environment. These individuals require on-going guidance and support to promote healthier interpersonal, decision-making and social development. <Read More>
NDCOS is licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health
and Developmental Services, CARF
accredited organization, and a Virginia Medicaid Provider.
Our services are funded through Medicaid, CSA, FAPT, self pay, grants
and other sources.
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A three-year Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation was awarded to New Directions Community Outreach Services for its Intensive Family-Base Services.
CARF accreduations demonstrates a program's quality, transparency, and commitment to the satisfaction of the persons served. CARF International is an independent, not-for-profit accreditor of human service providers, i.e., Behavioral Health, and Child and Youth Services.
To make a referral or questions please call us at:
Chase City Office: 434-372-3002
Fredericksburg Office: (540) 940-8921
Richmond Office: (804) 447-8419