A Message from CBH

Colonial Behavioral Health stands in support of our community and every individual who deserves a life free of prejudice and injustice.  We believe every person has an equal right to be treated with dignity and respect as an individual.  We understand that inequalities, racism, and economic disparities exist in the world today. CBH is aware of the trauma and stress that may be caused from these inequities, and recognizes that these wounds have recently been exposed in extraordinarily painful ways. We will always support unity over division, support healing, and be available to provide needed services and support.

CBH is Open and Providing Services

Most Colonial Behavioral Health services are being provided over the phone and through video conferencing. Some service is provided in our office by appointment. Please scroll below to see detailed service modifications.

CBH is Open and Providing Services
CBH is Open and Providing Services

Telehealth Services

(757) 220-3200

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Talk Saves Lives

Join us on Oct. 21 at 11 am for a brief introduction to suicide prevention. Learn the warning signs and risk factors of suicide, and how together, we can help prevent it.

The training is free and open to the public, to register click here.

Talk Saves Lives
Talk Saves Lives

October 24 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

October 24 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Visit a local collection site to turn in your unused or expired prescription medication for safe disposal.

Click here to find a local collection site near you.

 

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Lunch & Learn Series

Join us for a series dedicated to inform and promote self-care for professionals and caregivers. Learn about the effects of trauma on the brain, how to create a healthy work/life balance, set boundaries, live more authentically and develop practices for resilience and wholehearted living. 

To learn more about the Virtual Lunch & Learn Series and how to register, click here.

Lunch & Learn Series
Lunch & Learn Series
 

 

Colonial Behavioral Health is Open and Providing Services

 

Colonial Behavioral Health is committed to protecting our community and to ensuring continuity of care during the pandemic event.  The following service modifications have been made.

  • Emergency Services continue to operate 24 hours daily. Call (757) 378-5555 to access services.
  • Psychiatry is available by appointment only, with most services being provided on the phone or with video conferencing (on your computer or smartphone). Injections are being provided on Monday mornings. You may be required to receive calls from restricted numbers. Call (757) 220-3200 for an appointment.
  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction is available by appointment on a limited basis. Call (757) 220-3200 for an appointment.
  • Greater Williamsburg Child Assessment Center (GWCAC):  Assessments will continue to be provided via video conferencing (on your computer or smartphone). You can contact GWCAC at (757) 253-4047.
  • Children’s Services:  Outpatient Counseling appointments and Case Management services will continue to be provided via telephone or video conferencing (on your computer or smartphone). You can contact Children’s Services at (757) 253-4074
  • Outpatient Counseling is available by appointment and conducted on the phone or with video conferencing (on your computer or smartphone). You may be required to receive calls from restricted numbers.
  • Genoa Pharmacy, our onsite pharmacy, is available to fill prescriptions via telephone or electronic prescribing from your doctor. You can contact Genoa at (757) 707-8919
  • Case Management services will continue to be provided via telephonic contact until further notice. Your Case Manager will be contacting you at the telephone number you provided. If you need to reach your Case Manager at any time, contact (757) 220-3200 and allow at least 24 hours for a return call.
  • The following services will continue to be provided via telephonic contact until further notice. Your program staff specialist will be contacting you at the telephone number you provided. 
    • Mental Health Skill-Building; and
    • People’s Place (psychosocial rehabilitation).
  • Opportunities Unlimited (DD Group Day Services and Community Engagement) is closed until further notice. Contact your Case Manager if you need further assistance at (757) 220-3200. 
 

Our Mission

The mission of Colonial Behavioral Health, the local Community Services Board, is to facilitate opportunities for recovery, resiliency and wellness to individuals and families affected by mental illness, intellectual disabilities and substance use disorders.

Through an array of strategies and collaborative partnerships with local and regional providers, CBH will demonstrate a commitment to quality assessment, prevention, treatment and habilitation through best practice methodology for the citizens of James City County, City of Poquoson, City of Williamsburg and York County.

 

Through the provision of behavioral health services, Colonial Behavioral Health’s vision is to make our communities healthier, safer places to live. We provide services for mental health illnesses, intellectual disabilities and substance use disorders to individuals and families living in James City County, Poquoson, Williamsburg and York County.

If you or someone you know is in need of our services, call us at (757) 220-3200. We can help.



















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