Mount Rogers Community Services operates many residential facilities. Most residential facilities serve a specific population (mental health, substance use, or developmental disability). Residential facilities also vary from short-term recovery facilities to long-term community living arrangements.
Agency Group Homes
Licensed homes providing 24-hour support by qualified Direct Support Professionals, supporting individuals with developmental disabilities the necessary skills to live in the community. These homes offer support to individuals who have medical, behavioral and complex specialized care needs.
Contracted Group Homes
Much like Agency Group Homes, Contracted Group Homes offer Direct Support Professionals to support individuals with developmental disabilities living in the community. These homes are operated by contracted providers under the guidance of Mount Rogers. For more information on Contracted Group Homes, please call (276) 237-8945.
Transitions – Transitional Housing Program
Mount Rogers Community Services’ transitional home serves as a social and living skills development program for individuals who have serious and persistent mental illnesses, substance use disorders, or co-occurring disorders. The housing program offers supervised living support in coordination with other MRCS programs thereby assisting in achieving and maintaining stability within their residential communities and being able to integrate effectively into their communities independently upon completion of the program.
Sponsored Residential Services
Sponsored Residential Providers are licensed, contracted providers that support up to two individuals with developmental disabilities in a family home setting. Professionally trained providers assist individuals in acquiring, retaining, or improving the self-help, socialization, and skills necessary to live in a community setting. For more information on becoming a Sponsored Residential Provider, please call (276) 223-3724.
Rhea B. Lawrence Recovery Center
An 8-bed mental health and substance use (detox) facility located in Marion. This short-term residential program is designed to prevent hospitalizations.
Positive Alternatives to Hospitalization (PATH)
PATH provides an alternative to hospitalization for children experiencing a mental health crisis. PATH utilizes both residential and mobile services.
Click here for more information on PATH services and referrals.