REACH Services, Region V
- Adult IDD Case Management
- Adult Male Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis Case Management
- Adult MH Case Management
- Adult SA Case Management – Female
- C&A Case Management
- Community Resource Center
- Consumer & Family Member Information
- COS Adult Outpatient Services
- COS Child and Adolescent Services
- Creative Options
- Emergency Services
- Governor’s Access Plan for the Seriously Mentall Ill (GAP)
- Hampton Drug Court
- Hampton Roads Clinic
- Housing, Transportation and Resources
- IDD Services Administration
- Jail Based Services
- Mentor Services and Mental Health Support Services
- Newport News Drug Court
- Partial Hospitalization
- Partners in Recovery/Next Step Day Program
- Prevention Services
- REACH Services, Region V
- South-Eastern Family Project (SEFP)
- Therapeutic Day Treatment (TDT)
REACH - Regional, Education, Assessment, Crisis Services, Habilitation
"To prevent unnecessary institutionalization of individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and to provide them opportunities to live in the most integrated setting appropriate to their needs and consistent with their informed choice"
What is REACH?
REACH is a 24/7 mobile crisis intervention program that provides crisis support to adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
What is the goal of the REACH Program?
To provide in-home and community based crisis assistance services to individuals and their families in order to improve the quality of life and decrease facility and hospitalization placements.
Who is Eligible for REACH Services?
Individuals 18 years and above who have a documented diagnosis of Intellectual or Developmental Disability who are experiencing crisis due to behavioral or psychiatric needs.
Individuals in Case Management Services
Intensive Community Support
Support provided in the community residence
Assessment and Referral Consultation
Crisis Support Home
Provides planned and crisis respite services
Serves 6 adults
Provides clinical and behavioral support on a time limited basis (up to 30 days) to stabilize the individual and assess his/her needs.
Must have identified discharge placement prior to admission.
What does REACH Provide?
Mobile Crisis Support - Respond to crisis within 2 hours
Determine support needs
Develop crisis or behavioral intervention plan (Cross System Planning)
Refer individual, or family for follow-up (e.g. community/prevention services, emergency medical, CSB intake, etc.)
Who can make a referral to REACH?
Referrals can be made by family members, Emergency Services, Case Managers as well as Providers.
How do I obtain a referral packet for services?
There are two types of referral packets for REACH services:
REACH Crisis Response Team
REACH Crisis Support Home
Referral packets can be requested by contacting the following:
Telephone: (757) 325-8673
REACH Fax: (757) 788-0984
What is the contact number for REACH 24 Hour emergency assistance?
Toll Free Crisis Line: