Villa receives Telehealth Innovation Award for work in Crisis Stabilization Unit

Drew Melson, posted on April 7, 2017

St. Joseph’s Villa has been honored with the Telehealth Innovation Award from the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center (MATRC) for the effective use of telepyschiatry in its Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU). The award recognizes organizations that demonstrate an innovative application of telehealth and contribute to improved health outcomes and quality of life in the Mid-Atlantic region. The Villa’s […]

VCU mentors introduce Villa students to film production

Drew Melson, posted on March 28, 2017

It’s often taken for granted that people have the ability to capture and share videos right at the fingertips. For our students who don’t have access to a cell phone or home computer, gaining multimedia skills can be a major challenge. VCU’s Service Learning Class in the Department of Focused Inquiry has set out to […]

Villa receives its largest-ever challenge grant from the Cabell Foundation

Drew Melson, posted on January 12, 2017

The Villa is excited and deeply grateful to announce the award of a $750,000 Challenge Grant from the Cabell Foundation, the largest challenge grant in the Villa’s history! This grant will support capital priorities and renovations to our historic campus and will be awarded once we raise the matching the funds, with a deadline of […]

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