About Our Organization
Services, created in 1972 by a joint resolution of Danville City
Council and the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors, is the
Community Services Board that provides mental health, intellectual
disability, substance abuse, and prevention services to the
citizens of our City and County. A 15-member Board of
Directors, which is appointed by Danville City Council and the
Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors, establishes policy and
direction for the Agency. The Board of Directors contracts
with its Executive Director to lead, direct, and supervise the
Agency's day-to-day operations. Today, Danville-Pittsylvania
Community Services has grown to be a large employer in Southside
Virginia, with more than 260 staff members and an annual operating
budget in excess of 16 million dollars. In Fiscal Year 2012,
our Agency served 5,599 different individuals through its behavioral
health and intellectual disability divisions of service. An
additional 5,590 individuals were involved in
the Agency's prevention programs.
Services is a growing organization with a rich history of
community service that strives to unlock the potential for growth
and recovery in those we have the honor and privilege to serve.
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245 Hairston Street • Danville, VA 24540
Voice: 434.799.0456 Fax: 434.793.4201
F. Bebeau, LPC,
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Our mission is to provide the highest
quality of mental health, intellectual disability, substance abuse, and
prevention services and supports to the citizens of the City of Danville
and Pittsylvania County. These services and supports are focused
upon unlocking each consumer's potential for self-determination,
empowerment, recovery, resiliency and health, and the highest possible
level of participation in all aspects of community life.
Our vision is to create, maintain, and
continually enhance a quality behavioral health care continuum of
services that is responsive to the needs of the men, women, and children
in our geographic area who are at-risk or who have a mental illness, an
and/or a substance use disorder.
In support of our Vision:
We Value HOPE
We value recovery-centered
treatment that looks forward by investing in the future of the community
through devotion of our resources to unlock the potential of every
individual we serve.
We Value CHOICE
We believe that everyone
should have the opportunity to make informed choices so that they may
receive the most accessible, cost effective, and individually tailored
services available to them.
We Value DIGNITY
We will treat everyone
with respect, building relationships as we strive together to meet
common goals. We believe that an individual's rights should be
safeguarded by all who provide services to him or her.
We believe in meeting
people where they are but never leaving them where we found them.
Our services are designed to meet the needs of the individual, making
him or her the center of our services and providing a system of
support that is both competent and available.
We Value QUALITY
We are confident in our
ability to support individual change towards growth and recovery. We maintain a professional, well-trained, and culturally
diverse staff. Our team of dedicated professionals provides
seamless and integrated services. We endorse both promising and
evidence-based practices in our service delivery system.
We are committed to being
responsible stewards of public funds through the use of efficient and
sound fiscal practices. We adhere to strict standards of business
ethics and a professional code of conduct.