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Regional Comprehensive Directory of Mental Health Services, 2018 (PDF/1.85 Megabytes)
The intention of this directory is to serve as a useful tool to find out what mental health services are available in the cities of Harrisonburg, Lexington, Staunton, and Waynesboro, and the counties of Augusta, Bath, Highland, Page, Rockbridge, Rockingham, and Shenandoah. If you are involved in education, health provision, human resources, social services, a religious affiliation, or any position where you are in close contact with others, you regularly meet people who need help. That person may need a support group, a professional helper, a treatment program, or a public agency. Using this directory, you can help that person to get the assistance he or she needs.

Virginia Suicide Prevention Resource Directory, 2016 (PDF/.83 Megabytes)
This directory is designed to provide an easy to use reference of programs available in Virginia to assist individuals who may need suicide prevention resources. The directory also provides a list of available resources that are needed when people are impacted by suicide. The directory is organized into the following categories: hotlines, community mental health centers, statewide mental health facilities, coalitions, support groups, and resources. Whenever possible, all known national, state, and local resources are provided.

The Campus Suicide Prevention Center of Virginia
The Campus Suicide Prevention Center of Virginia provides training, consultation and support for program planning, print materials, links to national resources and in-state networking to all Virginia campuses.  The office serves the individuals and teams who build the infrastructure necessary to promote mental health for all students, identify and support those with mental health concerns and effectively respond to individuals who are at risk for suicide.  Funding comes from a partnership between federal, state and local resources and most services are provided at no cost.