Richmond Behavioral Health AuthorityRichmond, VA
AboutWe are organized into four major behavioral health service areas: Mental Health; Intellectual Disabilities; Substance Use Disorders; and Access, Emergency & Medical Services. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES RBHA provides a continuum of intensive and specialized mental health services and supports for adults and youth. These services and supports assist individuals through the recovery process and enable them to be productive and contributing members of our community. DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES The mission of RBHA’s Developmental Services Division is to actively engage and support children and adults with intellectual disabilities and their families to live full lives in the community by offering person-centered services, education, and advocacy. SUBSTANCE USE & PREVENTION SERVICES RBHA offers a variety of resources for individuals in need of substance use disorder treatment services. ASSESSMENT, EMERGENCY & MEDICAL SERVICES RBHA provides 24/7/365 crisis intervention and stabilization services to assist individuals experiencing emotional or psychiatric emergencies, including a 16-bed Crisis Stabilization Unit. RBHA complies with Equal Employment Opportunity and Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines and maintains a drug-free workplace. Many of our positions require an acceptable Division of Motor Vehicles record. In a continuing effort to ensure safety of our consumers and to protect RBHA's interests, the Driver Safety Procedures, Drivers Qualification Policy was enacted by Executive order and implemented on 10/15/2008. All of RBHA’s positions require background investigation, which may include reference checks, criminal history record check and/or DMV driving record check. Virginia’s barrier crime laws prohibit persons convicted of certain statutorily-defined crimes from obtaining employment with certain employers, mostly those employers specializing in the care of vulnerable populations, such as children, the elderly, and those with mental disabilities. Visit www.virginia.gov for more specifics.
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