APRIL 2022

There is a lot happening this month - many staff are moving back in the office, upcoming DIY Volunteer Projects are scheduled, our RICH Clinic expansion is complete, and we are beginning installation of our new Crisis Receiving Center - a 23-hour, medically-monitored crisis response program at RBHA North Campus (more information to come soon).

Stay tuned, join us on social media, and help us spread the word about the critical work that is being done everyday at RBHA.

Awareness Months

Awareness Months are many these days, but they do provide an opportunity to highlight information, expand community awareness, and recognize the people who are doing the hard work - professionals, parents, caregivers, community organizations, and the people experiencing behavioral health issues or developmental challenges.

We hope you will take a few minutes to explore the links below to see what's highlighted for April.

Alcohol Awareness Month

Learn more about the risks of alcohol use, the impact of alcohol use disorders, resources for talking to the youth in your life, and how to seek treatment.

CLICK HERE to Learn More

Counseling Awareness Month

Counselors play a critical role in the lives of many - especially here at RBHA. We will be highlighting our Counselors and their stories over the course of the month on our website and social media. 

CLICK HERE to Learn More

Autism Acceptance Month

Autism is a complex, lifelong developmental disability that manifests itself in many different ways. Click the link below to view some Stats & Facts about autism.

CLICK HERE to Learn More

We appreciate our Administrative Professionals. Every day.


Please CLICK the BUTTON above to view the names of all of our Administrative Professional who keep Richmond Behavioral Health moving forward and moving smoothly.

Their hard work does not go unnoticed.

DIY Volunteer Projects

It's not too late to sign up and participate in our Spring 2022 DIY Volunteer Projects.


Need Community Service credit for school?

Each of these projects will earn you 3 credits.


Looking for Family or Friends activity for the weekend?

These projects solve that issue AND make a direct impact in the life of someone in need.

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CLICK HERE to Learn More and Sign Up
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One last bit of news...

We're Sports Backers Active RVA Certified

Richmond Behavioral Health recently received our Sports Backers Active RVA Certification! Sheena Garner and Michael Tutt represented the organization to receive the award.

From Virtual Wellness Challenges to on-site gym workouts to walking the trail at North Campus to taking the stairs - our employees know the importance of self-care and prioritizing their own mental and physical health. #BurnBrightNotOut