Mental Health Support Services

Chesterfield Emergency Operations Center Launches Call Center

Call center will focus on general county operations and services during COVID-19 response. The Chesterfield County Emergency Operations Center announces the opening of a call center for Chesterfield residents who have general questions about county operations and services during the COVID-19 response. The call center will be open Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

The call center phone number is 804-751-2EOC (804-751-2362).

The call center will be staffed by county employees from multiple departments. Updated information regarding county resources will be made available to call center staff to assist residents who may not have internet access or need clarifications on available county services.

Call center staff will not be able to answer questions regarding COVID-19; all such questions should be directed to the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) at 877-ASK-VDH3 (877-275-8343).

Chesterfield County will remain a source for accurate and timely information for our community as this rapidly changing COVID-19 situation continues to evolve. Residents, businesses and guests can connect with the county in a variety of ways, including the following social media handles:
  1. Same Day
    Access

The Department of Mental Health Support Services (MHSS) is the provider of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance use disorder services for children and adults in Chesterfield County. Services are also available for very young children through our Prevention and Early Intervention Programs.

Greater Richmond and Tri-Cities

REGIONAL FAIR HOUSING SURVEY

The Greater Richmond and Tri-Cities Region—the cities of Richmond, Petersburg, Hopewell, and Colonial Heights, and Chesterfield and Henrico Counties—is currently conducting a study about residents’ housing needs and experiences living, working, and going to school in the area. This survey is an important part of improving housing choices and access to economic opportunity. It is not associated with a ballot issue or political poll. It is expected that the survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. At the end of the survey you can enter a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card! 

Your responses are completely confidential and will only be reported in combination with other responses.

English:  https://www.research.net/r/GreaterRichmondHousing

Espanol: https://es.research.net/r/RichmondVive

If you require a reasonable accommodation to enable you to participate in the survey, please contact Julia Jones at hello@rootpolicy.com or call 970-880-1415. An example of a reasonable accommodation would be taking the survey by phone because you have difficulty reading.


Visit Chesterfield Prevention Service’s Facebook

  • Strategies to Cope and Relax
  • Strategies to Stay connected to your friends, neighbors and community 
  • Strategies to make a positive impact on others
  1. Adult Services
  2. Child / Adolescent Services
  3. Developmental Disability Services

Provides individualized mental health counseling services to adults over the age of 18. Consumers seek services for a wide range of problems including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Domestic Violence
  • Substance Use Disorders
  • Variety of interpersonal problems

For more information about Adult Services:

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