If you are having a mental health or substance abuse crisis, call 911 or go to your nearest hospital.
Mental Health Resources
Whether it be depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, or any mental health related issue, reaching out for help is the first step to getting well. If you, a friend or family member are struggling with a mental illness, there are many ways to get help.
- Visit davidfinneganhosey.com/resources for more information, resources, & books from Rev. David Finnegan-Hosey.
- If you or someone you know is in a crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988 or 988lifeline.org American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at afsp.org also has an online chat option : 988lifeline.org/chat
- National Alliance on Mental Illness support group meets at Bon Air Baptist Buford Road Campus the 1st Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in room 213.
- Mental Health First Aid Training is a good resource: mentalhealthfirstaid.org
- A Peace of Mind Counseling Services provides mental health first aid training in our local community: apomcounseling.com/mental_health_first_aid
- Shepherd’s Staff Ministry provides counseling and coaching: shepherd-staff.org
- Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care (VIPCare) provides counseling: vipcare.org/li>
Substance Abuse Resources
Addiction knows no boundaries and impacts people from every walk of life in every community.
Recovering from addiction begins with a desire for change and cannot be done alone. Connecting with recovery resources and professionals is an important step in the journey to sobriety.
If you’re looking for an interventionist, detox facility, treatment center, sober living environment, counselor/therapist, or 12 step programs, we are fortunate to have a number of these quality resources available right here in Richmond, VA.
Visit RVASoberliving.org for an expansive list of local resources.