The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is a nonprofit mental health organization dedicated to education about mental illness and advocacy on behalf of people with mental illness and their families.
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the lead federal agency for scientific research on mental health conditions.
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) is a professional organization of psychiatrists involved in psychiatric practice, research, and teaching.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a network of mental health crisis centers providing free 24-hour support to people in suicidal or other emotional crisis.
Region Ten Community Services Board is a local government agency providing mental health, intellectual disability, and substance use services to residents of Charlottesville and surrounding counties.
The Women's Initiative is a local organization providing mental health counseling, social support, and education on a free or sliding-scale basis to women in the Charlottesville community.
Dr. Lewis Weber & Associates is a private practice mental health group in Charlottesville providing individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and substance use treatment for adults, adolescents, children, and families.
On Our Own of Charlottesville is a peer support organization providing mutual support, self-help, advocacy, education, information, and referral services for individuals with mental health conditions in the greater Charlottesville area.
The Region Ten Wellness Recovery Center is a short term residential crisis stabilization program in Charlottesville for adults experiencing an acute mental health crisis.
The Region Ten Mohr Center is an intensive residential treatment program for men recovering from addiction that provides supervised drug-free housing, treatment, and living skills training.
Mental Health First Aid is a program developed by the National Counsel for Behavioral Health and other organizations that teaches how to identify and respond to signs of mental illnesses, substance use disorders, and mental health crises.
Virginia Veteran and Family Support (VVFS) is a program of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services providing peer support, family support, and care coordination services to Virginia veterans.