Our Services in Virginia

Residential Crisis Stabilization Program
Residential programs for adults experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis that jeopardizes their current living situation. A treatment team assists individuals in avoiding hospitalization or re-hospitalization by stabilizing their psychiatric crisis and mobilizing community supports. These two programs, offered in Manassas and Arlington, are accessed through the county emergency services. Individuals who are in a psychiatric crisis who do not have a need for hospitalization are eligible for these programs.

Referrals for this program can be made by contacting Arlington County Emergency Services at 703-228-5160 or Prince William County Emergency Services – Manassas: 703-792-7800 and Woodbridge: 703-792-4900


Mental Health Skill Building Services
A community-based program which assists individuals with learning and maintaining independent living skills needed to live successfully in the community. Services include direct skills teaching, medication monitoring, daily support and advocacy, as well as voluntary payeeship.

Referrals for this program in Arlington are provided through the Arlington County Community Services Board at 703-228-5150.


Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Peer support services are currently offered at our Brandon House location.


Studio 35
Studio 35 is a therapeutic arts program of FHR. Studio 35 enables individuals to further explore the arts, art history, coping skills, and self-expression. By integrating the arts as a therapeutic approach, Studio 35 positively impacts individuals served, staff, and the greater community. This therapeutic arts program helps individuals become more engaged in the community, reduces isolation, improves stabilization, and teaches both vocational and arts based skills.

Each of FHR’s programs in Virginia utilize Studio 35 programming in their milieu.