The Regional Office of Emergency Management recognizes that this August will be an important time for our community to acknowledge painful feelings about the tragic events of last summer and also a time to promote resilience and healing.
Below are some resources from the City of Charlottesville #ResilientCville website. We will strive to share and update the information from www.charlottesville.org/resilientcville website here as much as possible. We are committed to making positive change around the issues of racial and economic justice.
We look forward to engaging the community in this recovery process and to sharing the significant training and planning preparations the city has undertaken.
Resources for a #ResilientCville
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FAQ on community safety and preparedness – What to expect Aug. 10-12, 2018
Charlottesville-UVA-Albemarle Mental Health Resources
In the wake of the tragic incident that occurred on August 12th, a wide variety of resources are available to community members to help process and recover.
Region Ten: provides mental health services to community members
The Counseling Alliance of Virginia : will be offering complimentary group and individual counseling sessions through September
Resilient Charlottesville: a group of local mental health agencies and therapists will be providing free drop-in counseling at the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library
On Our Own: is a peer support recovery center offering free group and walk-in peer support
The Charlottesville Free Clinic: offers free mental health support to qualifying individuals
The Women’s Initiative: provides mental health services to uninsured or underinsured women age 18 and over
Partner for Mental Health: offers mental health services