• Veterans, get re-entry support in our online program, MyRecovery. Read More
  • Get the support you need with our addiction co-occurring counseling. Read More
  • Mental Health Care Services for Adults. Read More
  • Mental Health Care Services for Children. Read More
  • If you or a loved one is in crisis: call our Crisis Team at 1-800-704-2651.

Latest News

Governor’s budget cut threatens you, many in local community dealing with severe mental illness

When you read about the governor’s cuts in the state budget, the revenue removed doesn’t usually have such dramatic impact on you or the county in which you live. Budget cuts many times are reflected by existing empty jobs not being filled, the disbanding of useless state boards that have out lived their purpose, or…

Chris Wyre, President/CEO of Volunteer is elected President of TAMHO Board of Directors.

Congratulations to our leader! We know he’ll do a fantastic job.   Click Here to see the full press release.

Volunteer receives two TAMHO Awards!

The annual TAMHO Conference took place Dec 2-3. Volunteer received two awards at the 2014 awards luncheon. We are proud and excited to share the press release with you below. Congrats to our two winners as well as each person or program that won this year.   Click Here for the press release. You can find…

Ask The Therapist

I have seen Case Management listed as a service at several mental health centers. What is Case Management and who does it help?

Case Management is a specialty service to assist individuals and families cope with serious mental illness. For many people, Case Management is a lifeline between resources in the community, medical care and mental health care. At VBHCS, our Case Managers are in the community every day helping people coordinate appointments, access resources such as food banks or transportation and providing emotional support to individuals and families. Case Management is a very special helping profession, one in which Case Managers become close allies and advocates of individuals and families who work daily to cope with the effects of mental illness. Our Case Managers visit with individuals in their homes, or other community-based locations. They bring with them educational materials, information about community resources and most importantly a caring attitude and commitment to the individuals and families being served. For more information about how you may benefit from Case Management, please contact  any of the VBHCS locations convenient to you.   Contact us for more information about the available treatment options.