Counseling & Psychiatry
Mount Rogers provides an array of Counseling & Psychiatry services to individuals with a mental health, substance use, or developmental disability need. These services are available for both children and adults in a variety of office, residential, and community settings.
Mount Rogers utilizes evidence-based treatments to achieve the best results for individuals.
Individual or family counseling for emotional, behavioral, and substance use concerns. Counseling is available for both youth and adult individuals.
Medication assessment and management for individuals with varying behavioral health needs.
Substance Use Treatment
Substance use counseling in group and individual settings. Substance use treatment also utilizes Peer Recovery services. Services range from 1-9 hours per week.
Recovery (Drug) Court
Mount Rogers coordinates services with three Recovery Courts across our service area (Wythe, Smyth, and Twin Counties).
Access to a primary care Nurse Practitioner to treat medical problems and improve health outcomes.
Mental Health Skill-Building
Supports individuals in managing their mental health to be successful living independently. Mental Health Skill-Building is available for children, adults, and caregivers.
Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)
A service-delivery model for providing comprehensive community-based treatment to individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses.
Assists individuals in addressing behaviors including, but not limited to, those diagnosed with autism
Intensive In-Home Counseling
Home-based counseling focused on preventing youth from being placed outside of the home.
Therapeutic Day Treatment
School-based services intended to increase functioning at school for youth struggling with emotional and behavioral symptoms.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Medication Assisted Treatment services for individuals living with Opiate Use Disorder. Individuals must be in counseling services to receive MAT.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy
Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is conducted through “coaching” sessions between a caregiver and a child between 2.5 and 6 years old. The main focus of PCIT is increasing a child’s positive behaviors. To learn more about PCIT, check out our brochure.
A program for pregnant and/or parenting women whose lives are affected by substance use. Project LINK connects women with treatment and resources to build their physical and emotional health and well-being.