Youth Fitness Park under construction

Drew Melson, posted on June 15, 2018

Our 82-acre campus is one of our most effective resources for therapy, education, and recreation. With the support of our community partners and individual philanthropy, we continually adapt the campus to maximize its physical and mental health benefits to our children and families. Soon we will be opening our newest addition: the Youth Fitness Park! […]

Volunteers give fresh look to Crisis Stabilization Unit

Drew Melson, posted on May 22, 2018

Interior designer Carol Pipes volunteered her time and expertise to plan a warm and welcoming space for youth in mental health crisis and their families. Thanks also to our hardworking Facilities team and volunteers from Altria, our Crisis Stabilization Unit is getting a new coat of paint and new handmade wall decorations. Stay tuned for […]

Calling QMHP’s: We’re having a Career Open House! (May 15, 2018)

Drew Melson, posted on May 4, 2018

We’re currently seeking Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHP-C/A) for our In-Home Services! QMHP Qualification: Must have a 4 year degree in Human Services Must have a 1+ year of experience working with children and/or adults with mental health diagnosis and behavioral challenges. If you or someone you know is interested please stop by Tuesday, May 15th, 9:00am-2:00pm […]

Villa Center for Autism helps James find his voice

Drew Melson, posted on April 19, 2018

 As part of a military family, twelve-year-old James has lived in Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Ohio, West Virginia and now Virginia. He also has autism, and is nonverbal with sensory processing disorder. Moving around the country, public schools have been a major challenge for James. Even in autism classrooms, inconsistent staffing made for a difficult […]

Aaron and Brianna find housing and hope through Flagler youth services

Drew Melson, posted on February 13, 2018

Few things test the strength of a relationship like the possibility of becoming homeless. Young couple Aaron and Brianna faced such a test when they moved into his mother’s apartment to avoid living on the street. But the situation was dire. Aaron’s mother was in and out of the hospital with health issues, and the […]

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