Family & Individual Services

Services for Adults

Learn more about these services

  • Adult abuse, neglect or exploitation reporting
  • In-home care and nursing home assessment
  • Parenting information and classes
  • Mental health
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Substance abuse

Adopt-A-Senior Program is for older citizens who aren't able to get out often.  They can have regular calls or visits from law enforcement personnel through the Adopt-A-Senior program.

Services for Children

Learn more about these services

  • Child abuse or neglect reporting
  • Child support
  • Foster care and prevention
  • Mental health
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Substance abuse

Services for Families

Training for Professionals

  • Youth Worker Training Series
    Do you work with children or teens? This interactive training series is designed to empower direct staff to handle conflicts, develop positive relationships with youth, encourage responsibility and leadership, and enhance learning.  Workshops are typically two to three hours in length. Training schedules are based on community demand.  For more information or to schedule a workshop, please call Community Resources at (804) 365-4300.

Health Services


Forms and Documents