At the Villa, we believe that education, healing, and growth all start from seeing the whole person. We serve children, adults, and families throughout Central Virginia – and we’re passionate about helping them live fuller, more independent lives. No matter what, we never stop believing in them.
Our goal is to provide you and your family with swift access to personalized services that meet your needs. Please contact our Admissions Office with any questions at 804-553-3241 or send us an email. We look forward to speaking with you!
Education Services | Developmental Disabilities Services | Community Based Mental Health Services | Outpatient Counseling | Crisis Stabilization Unit | Housing & Homeless Services
A K-12 school providing academic and behavioral education for students with emotional, learning, and intellectual disabilities. Counselors on staff help students develop self-esteem, learn how to build relationships, and be successful in their community.
Autism, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disability, Hearing Impairment, Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Orthopedic Impairment, Other Health Impaired, Specific Learning Disability, and Speech or Language Impairment
Academic and behavioral education to help middle and high school students on long-term suspension transition back to their public schools.
Henrico, Hanover, and City of Richmond non-special education students that have been long-term suspended or expelled
Academic and behavioral education for students ages 5 to 22, focusing on building life skills that lead to greater independence and successful transitions to adulthood. Services are based on best-practice Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) methodologies.
Autism, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disability, Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Other Health Impaired, and Speech or Language Impairment
Comprehensive services to help individual with autism or intellectual disabilities build social and daily living skills, engage their community, and expand social supports.
Intellectual Disability (ID) and/or Developmental Disability (DD)
Individuals must have the ID/DD Medicaid Waiver and/or pay out of pocket option.
Support, guidance and skills training to create stability for children at risk of being removed from their home due to severe behavioral issues.
Supportive case management to help individuals with emotional, behavioral, and mental health issues achieve stability, independence, and success in their community.
Clinic and home-based therapy, training and support for children with autism who have behavioral challenges, communication limitations or intellectual disabilities.
Clients must be enrolled in Medicaid Insurance to receive Community Based Services at this time.
Confidential counseling in individual and group settings to help people experiencing emotional, social, and coping difficulties improve their daily lives.
An 8-bed facility operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on our campus. The CSU serves children ages 5 to 17 in mental health crisis, and their families, to prevent hospitalization.
Referrals: Contact the 24 Hour Call Center at 804-874-9119.
All prescreening packets may be faxed to 804-955-4240.
Help for homeless individuals and families throughout the Greater Richmond and Tri-Cities regions to obtain safe, permanent rental housing as quickly as possible. Integrated support services, including employment training and budgeting assistance, are provided as needed.
Greater Richmond: If you are homeless or will lose housing in the next three days, call the Housing Connection Line at 804-972-0813.
Tri-Cities: If you are homeless or facing a housing crisis, call the Housing Resource Center in Petersburg at 804-722-1181. Callers are strongly encouraged to leave a message with contact information. All calls will be returned within 24 hours or the next business day.
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