Various community programs and resources supporting people living with a mental health condition and their families, on any part of your journey to recovery and wellness! If you have any questions, resources to add, or would like more information, please call our helpline at

(757) 499-2041 Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., or e-mail 

If you are in a crisis situation, please call 911 and ask for a CIT officer, the National Suicide Lifeline 800-273-TALK (8255), Text NAMI to 741-741, or visit our Crisis Intervention page

Download Virginia Beach mental health services directory (PDF)

AA – Alcoholics Anonymous

To find local meetings, call (757) 490-3980


AL-ANON – Alcoholics Anonymous Family Groups

To find local meetings, call (757) 490-3980

Catholic Charities

(757) 533-5217, ask for Mental Health

Therapy Center 4855 Princess Anne Rd, Va. Beach

Open at this point 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Child & Adult therapy

To see an internal  $25.00 per hour

To see a resident:  $35.00 per hour

They do not take insurance


City Care - Regeneration (Recovery Support Group)

Faith-based support group

WAVE Church, 1000 N. Great Neck Road

For more information, call 757-481-5005


Depression / Bipolar Support Alliance

To find local meetings, go to


Emotions Anonymous

To find local meetings, go to

Endependence Center

Independent Living Skills Training Webinars

Click here for more information


Friends & Family Education

For friends and family of people who have substance addiction

To register, call Virginia Beach Office of Consumer and Family Affairs 



Family & Friends Support Group

Meets Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. in 2nd floor conference room at

Spring Branch Community Church

For more information,

call Nan Reynolds at 757-227-5019 or email at

First Home Care Crisis Intervention Services

Medicaid eligible service providing mental health care and assistance to children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing an acute crisis 

that puts the individual at risk for psychiatric hospitalization. This service can also be utilized to "bridge the gap." Available 24/7

Universal Referral Line: 800-516-1918 • FHCReferrals 

Click to download more information

Jewish Family Services

(757) 321-2222

Open at this point 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. evening hours after COVID

Child & Adult therapy

Sliding scale rates & take insurance

MHAV Peer-Run Warm Line

Trained peer recovery specialists ready to listen and support VA residents during difficult times, or if you need help finding information and resources to help you on your journey.

Text/Chat Support: 866-400-6428, available

5pm-9pm Weds, Fri & Sat

Talk/Phone Support: 866-400-6428, available

9am-9pm Mon-Fri, 5pm-9pm Sat & Sun

NA – Narcotics Anonymous

To find local meetings, call 1-866-972-5055


NAR-ANON – Narcotics Anonymous Family Groups

To find local meetings, call 1-800-477-6291

24 Hour Crisis Center 757-622-1126


Recovery for Life

Faith-based 12-step meetings

To find meetings, call 757-456-0093 or vist

Single Mothers Grants

For financially disadvantaged families with finding assistance programs. Lists assistance programs that help with utility, energy, mortgage, rent, medication, education and medical bills.

Still Standing: Surviving Suicide Support Group

Spring Branch Community Church 

1500 N. Great Neck Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23454 

Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7pm - 9pm.

New participants register at 6:30pm

For more information, call 757-464-9289

Trevor Project

Call 1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678-678 Trained counselors supporting youth in crisis and/or in need of a safe and  judgment-free place to talk 24/7

VB Strong Center

The VB Strong Team includes masters prepared and licensed mental health professionals who are available to provide one-to-one support and navigation during difficult times. This includes connecting individuals to long-term community resources for ongoing healing and recovery. The VB Strong Center offers free wellness programs and groups for the community.

Virginia Family Network

An agreement between DBHDS and NAMI Virginia to create a statewide network of families who support, educate, and empower other families with children and youth with mental health needs while also promoting family-driven and youth-guided policy throughout the child-serving systems.

Virginia Supportive Housing

The mission of Virginia Supportive Housing is to end homelessness one person at a time by providing permanent housing and supportive services.


WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Place)

Wellness and recovery education for people who have mental illness, substance use disorders, or co-occurring disorders

To register, call Virginia Beach Office of Consumer and Family Affairs 


Youth MOVE Virginia

Our mission is to support a grassroots peer network for youth and young adults to be empowered, active guides in their own care, while advocating for mental health policy and programs that are specific to their unique needs and experiences. Partnership between DBHDS and NAMI Virginia