Scott County Behavioral Health

Outpatient services for adults, children, adolescents and family involve therapists assisting people with mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring substance abuse problems, including depression, anxiety, mood and thought disorders through individual, group and family sessions. Services are provided by licensed or licensed-eligible clinicians.

You begin treatment with a clinical assessment to determine the level of services needed: individual and group therapy, and/or specialized services for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance-use disorders.

Crisis services are available 24/7 through both phone and face-to-face assessments.

We will work alongside you to develop a service plan, follow up to see the plan meets your needs and ensure you get the other services you require. Case management is provided on and off site.

Individuals have access to support services or in-home services that monitor progress and medication regimen. Support service specialists educate, train, and assist individuals with independent living and socialization skills.

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Scott County Behavioral Health
1006 U.S. Highway 23 N
Weber City, Virginia, 24290

Phone and Hours if needed/available
Main: 276-225-0976

M-F 8-5 Evening Hours Available

Outpatient Services

  • Crisis Services
  • Individual & Group Therapy
  • Co-Occurring
  • Case Management
  • Family Therapy
  • Pharmacotherapy (Medication Management)
  • Substance Abuse Recovery Services
  • Psychiatric Consultation
  • Consultation & Education Services
  • Intensive In-Home
  • Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Plan
  • Children in the Middle

Addiction Services

Substance Abuse Counselors provide comprehensive treatment for youth, adults, pregnant, and post-partum women. Services include linkage to appropriate services, education, and treatment planning. VASAP (Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program) is offered for persons with habitual and/or repeated impaired driver offenses.

Psychiatric Services

Adult, Child and Geriatric Psychiatrists and Advanced Practice Nurses provide medication evaluation and monitoring for those who need medication as part of their comprehensive treatment plan.

Case Management

Case management is a service that supports your treatment by helping you figure out what services you need, empowering you through person centered planning. It links you to needed resources and community services, and provides community based support to help you get the most out of your recovery efforts. Case management can help you gain control of everyday problems, help you express your needs, make life less frantic, confused and overwhelming, and help you manage your recovery.

Project LINK

Project LINK is an outpatient program that helps women of child-bearing age, particularly those who are pregnant or who have dependent children, receive help with their substance-abuse issues and related needs.

The Project LINK mission is to ensure all women whose lives are being, or have been affected by substance abuse are linked with resources that foster their physical, emotional, spiritual, and family well-being. Project LINK works closely with other community agencies including the Southwest Virginia Perinatal Council, health departments, departments of social services, local physicians, and hospitals.

Project LINK provides substance abuse treatment and linkage with community resources for substance-abusing women who are pregnant, post-partum, have dependent children, or who are of child-bearing age. Services are designed to assist substance-abusing women in abstaining from the use of alcohol and other drugs. Treatment, education, and support are given to women and their families by addressing their complex social, emotional, and psychological needs. Early intervention services are also available for infants and toddlers.

  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Individual, Family & Group Therapy
  • Health Education
  • Medical Evaluation
  • Relapse Education
  • Follow-Up Services
  • Case Management

Project LINK is an intensive case management model designed to identify and LINK eligible women with essential community resources including:

  • Outpatient Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Linkage to Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment and Detoxification
  • Prenatal Care
  • Medical and Dental Services
  • Educational and Vocational Services
  • Child Care Assistance
  • Transportation
  • Housing
  • Other Support Services