Board of Directors

Serving the people of Lee, Scott and Wise Counties and the City of Norton

Our mission is to provide and promote quality, cost-effective and community-based services that will enable persons affected by mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance use disorders to live productive and satisfying lives.

Representing Lee County

Judy Roberts

Chair

Margaret Gibson

Secretary

Representing Scott County

Joanna Edds

Mavis Spivey

Representing Wise County

Bobby Cassell

Vice Chair

Robert Ledford

Michael O’Donnell

Representing the City of Norton

Delores Belcher

Treasurer

Established by Code of Virginia (under § 37.2-500)

Every county or city shall establish a community services board by itself or in any combination with other cities and counties …
The core of services provided by community services boards within the cities and counties that they serve shall include emergency services and, subject to the availability of funds appropriated for them, case management services.  The core of services may include a comprehensive system of inpatient, outpatient, day support, residential, prevention, early intervention, and other appropriate mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services necessary to provide individualized services and supports to persons with mental illness, intellectual disability, or substance abuse.  Community services boards may establish crisis stabilization units that provide residential crisis stabilization services.

In order to provide comprehensive mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services within a continuum of care, the community services board shall function as the single point of entry into publicly funded mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services.

Established by Code of Virginia (under § 37.2-500)

Every county or city shall establish a community services board by itself or in any combination with other cities and counties …
The core of services provided by community services boards within the cities and counties that they serve shall include emergency services and, subject to the availability of funds appropriated for them, case management services.  The core of services may include a comprehensive system of inpatient, outpatient, day support, residential, prevention, early intervention, and other appropriate mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services necessary to provide individualized services and supports to persons with mental illness, intellectual disability, or substance abuse.  Community services boards may establish crisis stabilization units that provide residential crisis stabilization services.

In order to provide comprehensive mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services within a continuum of care, the community services board shall function as the single point of entry into publicly funded mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services.

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