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The Civitas Health Services, Inc. (CHS) mission is to change the culture of behavioral health through a higher standard of service delivery.

Civitas Health Services, Inc. is a Joint Commission accredited behavioral health organization. We have been serving clients in the Central and South-eastern areas of Virginia since 2010. Our organization is made up of highly skilled behavioral health professionals who deeply value your health and wellbeing. We take great pride in providing our community with high quality, client-centric care, and health education.  Our goal is to provide each client with an approach that provides for stabilization of the life of the client, the family, and other support systems.

Evidenced-based measures and outcomes help keep our community healthier, and we work with that idea in mind. Civitas Health Services, Inc. provides treatment services when you don't know where else to turn. Call today for an appointment.

Company Goals and Objectives

Our goal is to provide an undergirding, based on comprehensive clinical interventions and evidence-based practices so that our clients and their families can successfully move forward after discharge. The following objectives have been designed to meet the goals of the community counseling program within the framework of the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Human Rights and DMAS (Medicaid) standards/regulations. These objectives reflect the goals and ethics of the institution and the counseling profession:


  • To demonstrate unconditional positive regard for all clients enrolled in the program.

  • To promote family involvement in the treatment of the identified client.

  • To maintain appropriate boundaries as clinicians while developing an appropriate therapeutic bond with the client and families.

  • To provide holistic treatment and wrap around services to the client and family as needed.

  • To involve the family in the development of treatment planning, progress reports, and discharge planning.

  • To ensure the protection of the client’s human rights and right to confidentiality.

  • To treat each family according to their own needs, including the implementation of an individualized treatment plan,  and an individualized after-care program.

  • To prepare the family for discharge from the onset of services thereby reducing the likelihood of long-term dependency on the agency.

  • Provide monthly training to staff members who work with at-risk populations to enhance their knowledge of best practice approaches and the implementation of those approaches in treatment.

  • To produce outcomes based on quality assurance surveys providing a platform for continual service delivery evaluation and improved treatment to present/future clients.

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